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Tipp FM

Rating: 5.0 Reviews: 2
Tipp FM 95.3 is a broadcast Radio station from Clonmel, Co Tipperary providing Classic Hits Music, Sports, Talk and News Programs.
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On the air Tipp FM

Live The Human League Don't You Want Me
17:20 Tipp FM - On Your Wavelength
17:17 George Ezra Shotgun
Tipp FM playlist

TOP songs on Tipp FM

LullabySigala — Lullaby
Girls Like YouMaroon 5 — Girls Like You
Anne-Marie - 2002 (Imaged)
I'll Be ThereI'll Be There — I'll Be There
David Guetta - Flames
When We Were YoungPicture This — When We Were Young
ShotgunGeorge Ezra — Shotgun
AlwaysGavin James — Always
Years & Years - If Youre Over Me

Tipp FM reviews

  • 5
    Brilliant, delighted to hear my radio station while out in sunny Majorca 😘 😉 😎
  • 5
    Every radio i have is tuned into tipp fm

Radio contacts

Address: Premier Broadcast Centre, Gurtnafleur Business Park Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

Phone: 052 612 5299


Text Studio: 083 311 3311
Call Studio: 0818 464 464

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