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Ocean FM

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Ocean FM is a full service local radio station providing programming that appeals to all adults with a particular focus on people aged 25 years and older. Our service is based on a philosophy of “local first” with local news, sport, current affairs and talk programming forming the backbone of our programme schedule. Show more
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Information about the radio

Our day time programmes reflect our deep roots in communities across the North West with content of relevance to a wide range of tastes and interests. Our general music is a mix of current and older music from the 60’s to the present day. We have a significant commitment to specialist country music with almost 17 hours per week.

Radio contacts

Address: Unit 7, Northwest Business Park, Rathrippin, Collooney, Co. Sligo, F91 NX0T

Phone: +353 71 911 8100


Text us on 083 3500 530

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Obituaries Sunday 19th August, 5pm


Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths:   Gerry Scollan, Belcoo Jim Lavin, Ballyfarnon Peggy Breslin, Killybegs Victoria Anne Heyburn, Belleek Helen McGilloway, Sligo Peg Kennedy, Ardara     Gerald (Gerry) Scollan 5 Holywell Park, Belcoo, Co.

Leitrim GAA Fixtures August 24-26


Coiste Chontae Liatroma CLG Fixtures  24th-26th Lunasa  2018 Venue Grade Round Fixture Time Aoine 24th lunasa 2018 Cloone U13 Final Carrick Region v Drumshanbo Region 6 45 Cloone IFC 4 Annaduff v Kiltubrid 8 30 Satharn 25th Lunasa 2018 Ballinamore SFC 4 D

Disappointment for Sligo ladies in All-Ireland semi-final


TG4 All-Ireland Ladies IFC semi-final Tyrone 3-14 Sligo 3-10 By Gavin Cawley Tyrone booked a place in this year’s TG4 intermediate final at the expense of Sligo for the second year in a row but they left it late to ensure victory as goals from Chloe McCaf

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