After being off work for 10 weeks, he said he is now delighted to be back.“I am just so glad to be alive today – you do tend to get a different outlook in life once you’ve been diagnosed with a life-threatening disease,” he said.
Meanwhile, Munier is currently fighting Hodgkin’s disease, a cancer that affects the lymphatic system.
"Because of the unique way in which the PPIs are judged – with judges drawn from the radio industry at home and abroad – winning a PPI award, or even just making the shortlist, is a stamp of approval from your peers to say that you are making outstanding radio.” Darragh Mc Manus With the world so grievously damaged by ideologies of all stripes, you could argue that one way to make things better is for humanity to step outside itself more often.
Downtown is a brand synonymous with radio audiences across Northern Ireland having been the first commercial radio station to launch in the country back in 1976.
As well as presenting Irish classes, Raidió Fáilte has a huge variety of Irish music online and music of every genre:traditional Irish music, Irish folk music, Celtic music, traditional Scottish music, new and old folk music – plus, worldfolk music, contemporary, blues, Latin American music, and even a bit of Elvis! And check out their daily schedule (sceideal tab, top of page) and see if you can find something you like. Website: live from Dublin, this station plays some of the best traditional and Irish folk music, with soundsof some early Irish musical instruments and stories concerning their origin.
Their website is packed with featuresand reviews, and you will also find additional audio-visual channels that you can tune in to for magazine programsand documentaries. Website: station's programs reflect the changing face of Dublin city and its multi-cultural, multi-ethnic citizens.
Still, Downtown is the only province-wide commercial station in Northern Ireland, regularly attracting over 250,000 weekly listeners.
Hear us on AM, DAB in Northern Ireland, also Online.Research into lymphoma has shown that 25-35-year-olds are at higher risk of developing the disease, with men around three times more likely than women to be diagnosed.“It was a huge shock to learn of my diagnosis, especially as I have never had any serious health problems in the past,” said Munier.“Now I’m undergoing crippling combination chemotherapy.But I’m trying to stay positive and I know it can be overcome.”Eddie is putting his best foot forward along with two dozen colleagues to take part in a sponsored 10-mile coastal walk on October 27 in aid of the Ulster Cancer Foundation.Furthermore, Dublin City fm is the only special interest arts and cultural radio station in Ireland.Broadcastingon 103.2 seven days a week, programs include current affairs, documentaries, Dublin issues, the arts, literature,business, health, media matters, sport, nature, leisure activities, women’s topics, special interests, Irish andworld music. Website: based programs with up to the minute information on weather, travel, and interesting items from the day’snewspapers, plus Local/National/International News presented by a member of the Highland Radio News team. Website: West Radio, established in 1989, one of Ireland's most popular and best-loved local radio stations, havenow introduced a brand new Internet service called "Mid West Irish Radio" exclusively for Internet listeners.Notable honours are Joe Molloy for Sports Broadcaster of the Year (Newstalk), Richard Crowley for News Broadcaster of the Year (RTE), and Dara Quilty for Music Presenter of the Year (98fm) Music Station of the Year went to FM104 while Ian Dempsey's Breakfast Show picks up two awards - Entertainment Inserts (for Gift Grub) and Breakfast Programme.