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Classic Hits 4FM
Broadcast area Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Clare and Galway,
Slogan Classic Hits
Frequency 94.9FM in Dublin, 94.8FM in Cork, 94.6 - 97.4 Mhz, 104.2 - 104.9 MHz and UPC Ch936
First air date February 27, 2009
Format Commercial
Owner Bay Broadcasting Ltd

Classic Hits 4FM is an independent multi-region radio station broadcasting to Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway.[1] Reception is also possible in parts of several other neighbouring counties. The station broadcasts under a sound broadcasting contract from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.[1]


Classic Hits 4FM broadcasts 60s, 70s and 80s music with a small amount of more recent music, and also has specialist programmes featuring Irish, musical theatre, and also features current affairs coverage on its daily current affairs programme broadcast from 9am-11am. Most presenters on the station have previously worked on local and national radio stations across Ireland.


The Director of the National Women's Council Susan McKay spoke out against an "uncouth and objectionable" interview Tom McGurk conducted with her on 4fm. The National Women's Council has since refrained from giving interviews to 4fm.[2]

Mayor of Naas Darren Scully of Fine Gael apologised for comments he made on 4fm about the "aggressive attitude" of "black Africans" in November 2011. He later resigned.[3] 4fm presenter Niall Boylan said afterwards that he thought Scully had committed "political suicide" on live radio.[4]


  • The Brighter Breakfast with Jim McCabe
  • Classic Hits at Work with Robbie Fogarty
  • The David Harvey Show
  • Niall Boylan at Night



Frequency Transmitter Service area Power
94.8MHz Hollyhill Cork City and SE Cork 1.6kW
94.8MHz Seskin (Bantry) Bantry and SW Cork N/A
95.2MHz Fermoy Fermoy 0.1kW
95.4MHz Nowen Hill West Cork 5kW
97.2MHz Youghal Youghal 0.1kW
97.4MHz Bweeng Mountain North Cork, North East Cork and parts of South and East Limerick through overspill 2.5kW
97.4MHz Carrigaline Carrigaline, Crosshaven, Cobh and surrounding areas 0.1kW


Frequency Transmitter Service area Power
104.2MHz Woodcock Hill Limerick City and County 5kW


Frequency Transmitter Service area Power
104.6MHz Maghera County Clare, parts of County Limerick, County Galway and some parts of County Kerry 50kW


Frequency Transmitter Service area Power
104.2MHz Clifden West Galway 1kW
104.9MHz Tonabrocky Galway city and surrounding areas 5kW

Dublin and commuter belt

Frequency Transmitter Service area Power
94.6MHz Saggart Hill Commuter belt areas of County Kildare and County Meath 0.5kW
94.9MHz Three Rock Mountain Dublin city and county 1.5kW
94.6MHz Bray Head Bray and Greystones 0.2kW


External links

  • Official website
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