Cathal Cassidy, Mona Daly, Eamon O’Reilly and Philip O Brien, contributors to the Saturday Morning Current Affairs show The Business Brunch.
Hugh McKitterick (Dundalk Lions – at your Service) address the Members Meeting in Vicar’s Nite Club his role of Chairperson.
Joe Martin (Magic Moments) and a his guest Peadar McArdle in the old DWR 107FM studio.
Laura Flynn and friend with and Ciaran O Mathuna (Chairperson) at the launch of Dundalk Media Centre in May 2004.
Richie Ford (Sports Academy GAA Correspondent) seen here presenting his weekly Blues Talk show.
Rose Mary Farrell (Treasurer) and Gina Clarke Dundalk FM administration enjoying the Christmas 70’s night.
Tracey Hanby, Goosie (Colin McDonnell) and Gerry Keane enjoying the craic and banter on the Saturday afternoon Brilliant Takeover show.
Dominik Buch and Dan Pope recording A Picture of Dundalk Magazine Show during their learn about Radio Course in February 2019.
Ian Coogan listening to some tracks for the World Music programme Beats International show that he presented along with Phil Tipping.
Jinx Lennon educating the masses with a pair of sun glasses, presenter of the Hip Hip show Step into the Arena during DWR times.
Liam Reilly being interviewed by Marissa Lucchesi for Town Talk broadcast live from St. Gerard’s Hall, Dundalk. Controlling the sound desk is Caoimhe O’Malley.
Paudie Breen presenter of the Sunday Morning Show on DWR 107FM with his selection of interviews recorded and edited on Mini Disc and ready for broadcast.
Rick the Roadie (Rick Browne) presenter of First Cut on DWR 107FM.
Teresa Lennon, Administration and Tina Harris, Sales and Marketing at the launch of Dundalk FM100 in Vicar’s Nite Club, September 2004.
Official Opening of Dundalk Media Centre Limited 2002. Teresa Lennon and Tina Harris of Dundalk Media Centre hold a reel of video tape (Joe Martin’s) while Minister for Communications Dermot Ahern TD cuts the tape. Looking on are Con Shanahan, FÁS, Alan Byrne, Dundalk Media Centre Manager and Dominic McKevitt, Partnership Action Limited.
Adam Matthews and Adam Markey with Danny O’Hanlon probably in on The First Cut show on Dundalk Weekend Radio 107FM.
Tony O’Hagan recording his show Dancing with Dinosaurs for DWR 107FM.
Ciarán Kissane, Broadcasting Authority of Ireland chats with Alec Fennel (RIP) at the launch of the Media Centre. Alec was one of the first directors and he brought a wealth of broadcasting experience to the production of radio shows.
Jason Kelly thanks his colleagues at the Volunteer of the Year awards held in Vicar’s Nite Club.
Tracey Hanby and Don Baker celebrating Community Radio Day during the CRAOL Award winning Takeover show.
Paula Flynn presenter of Peaches and Scream and Helen Lavelle, Let’s Rock, DWR 107FM presenters and videographers.