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  • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    When did the chart move to RTE2? I can't really remember what RTE station I was listening on. Presumably if there was only one RTE station in 1979 it must be that one.
    It really depends on what point in 1979 you're thinking of! All of the above dates relate to RTE Radio 2, which began in June 1979. It's been there ever since, except from January 2010 until March 2014 when it wasn't on any RTE station at all.

    Prior to this, from June 1978 until the end of May 1979, it had been a one hour show, "The Top Twenty", presented by Jimmy Greeley (and quite probably often or always pre-recorded) on RTE Radio "on 529 and Cork 253", - which was renamed "RTE Radio One" when the second station started up.

    If you remember it as a top thirty, a two-hour show with commercial breaks (previously there were none), then it must have been late 1979 or the early 1980s.

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    • Originally posted by CZB View Post
      It really depends on what point in 1979 you're thinking of! All of the above dates relate to RTE Radio 2, which began in June 1979. It's been there ever since, except from January 2010 until March 2014 when it wasn't on any RTE station at all.

      Prior to this, from June 1978 until the end of May 1979, it had been a one hour show, "The Top Twenty", presented by Jimmy Greeley (and quite probably often or always pre-recorded) on RTE Radio "on 529 and Cork 253", - which was renamed "RTE Radio One" when the second station started up.

      If you remember it as a top thirty, a two-hour show with commercial breaks (previously there were none), then it must have been late 1979 or the early 1980s.
      It would probably be later on in 1979. I know I was listening by the November but I can't remember how much earlier than that it would have been. I remember both RTE and Tros were close to each other on the MW band. Tros would have been 675khz as that was where Radio 10 (or Arrow Classic Rock I forget which one was the last), one of the stations that replaced it, was until it went off the medium wave band in 2008. If RTE2 was on 490m then that would be 612khz which is next to where Radio 4 is now here in the north east. In other words both stations were between what is now Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live.

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      • Originally posted by CZB View Post
        So whenever the time in Europe was the same as in the UK, the Europarade would be an hour later for us and would indeed clash with the Radio 2 Top 30, whose timeslots in those early years - always with Larry Gogan as the regular presenter - were as follows:

        Sunday 2.00 to 4.00 from 3rd June 1979 until 3rd February 1980 (Ken Stewart sitting in on 12th August 1979 and 6th January 1980 / Vincent Hanley sitting in on 13th January 1980 / replaced on 30th December 1979 by the chart of the year)

        No chart show from 10th February 1980 until 28th September 1980 - the "Hitlist" was broadcast in that time-slot instead, still presented by Larry Gogan (except 20th April, Vincent Hanley / 11th May, Jimmy Greeley / 6th July and 13th July, Marty Whelan)

        Back, still Sunday 2.00 to 4.00, from 5th October 1980 until 24th October 1982. It was replaced on 28th December 1980 by a voted chart, by something else entirely on 4th January 1981, and by the chart of 1981 on 3rd January 1982. Stand-ins: Marty Whelan (30th November 1980, 10th May 1981), Barry Lang (5th July 1981, 12th July 1981, 13th September 1981), Ian Dempsey (25th October 1981, 10th January 1982, 25th April 1982, 11th July 1982, 18th July 1982)

        New time-slot - Sunday 1.05 to 3.00 from 31st October 1982 until 9th October 1988. Number ones of the year replaced a weekly chart on 2nd January 1983, 6th January 1985 and 3rd January 1988. Stand-ins: Ian Dempsey (9th January 1983, 26th June 1983, 3rd July 1983, 28th August 1983, 6th January 1985, 13th January 1985, 5th May 1985, 20th October 1985, 17th November 1985, 29th June 1986, 6th July 1986, 19th October 1986, 10th May 1987, 18th October 1987, 10th January 1988, 17th January 1988), Marty Whelan (27th November 1983, 29th April 1984, 6th May 1984, 21st October 1984, 21st July 1985), Jimmy Greeley (22nd July 1984, 29th July 1984, 5th August 1984, 19th July 1987, 26th July 1987, 2nd August 1987), Simon Young (12th January 1986, 4th May 1986), Colin Cabe (3rd July 1988, 10th July 1988, 17th July 1988). The programme was rebranded as "The Pepsi Chart Show" from 8th May 1988 onwards.

        Next new timeslot - Sunday 1.30 to 3.30, from 16th October 1988 until 4th June 1989.
        Number ones instead of a weekly chart on 1st January 1989. Stand-ins: Ian Dempsey (23rd October 1988, 8th January 1989, 15th January 1989, 7th May 1989)

        Back to Sunday 1.00 to 3.00 from 11th June 1989 until 10th September 1989 (Ian Dempsey standing in on 9th July 1989 and 16th July 1989)

        Back to Sunday 1.30 to 3.30 from 17th September 1989 until mid 1990 (no programme on 31st December 1989; Ian Dempsey standing in on 22nd October 1989, 7th January 1990, 6th May 1990)
        Interesting! Strangely, when I was putting together this year's chart thread I was wondering about the broadcast times of the show. I remember it moving to Saturdays around 1990 - from 12.00 to 2.00? At one point it was on from 9.30am to 11.30. The next slot I remember it in was Friday afternoon from 5.00 to 7.00 but by then Tony Fenton had taken over as presenter (around 1997/98).

        I first discovered the show around October 1986. I had become obsessed by the UK charts in the early 80s and it never occured to me that there were any charts outside the UK and US. From that point my Sundays were devoted to the charts (around the same time I discovered the Northern Ireland charts on Downtown Radio which were on between 2.00 and 4.00 with the "Network" Chart and the official UK chart later). And for a time there was a countdown on Radio Luxembourg as well (possibly 8.00 to 10.00).

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        • And at last we find out Larry's true age! Born 3rd May 1934 making him 85 and meaning that he was broadcasting regularly on the national pop radio station until the age of 84.

          Larry Gogan Memorial.jpg

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          • Ireland's Official Top 50 biggest songs of 2019

            POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK

            01 SOMEONE YOU LOVED LEWIS CAPALDI 1
            02 OLD TOWN ROAD LIL NAS X 1
            03 BAD GUY BILLIE EILISH 2
            04 DANCE MONKEY TONES & I 1
            05 OUTNUMBERED DERMOT KENNEDY 2
            06 3 NIGHTS DOMINIC FIKE 2
            07 SHALLOW LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER 1
            08 I DON'T CARE ED SHEERAN & JUSTIN BIEBER 1
            09 7 RINGS ARIANA GRANDE 1
            10 SENORITA SHAWN MENDES/CAMILA CABELLO 1

            11 PIECE OF YOUR HEART MEDUZA FT GOODBOYS 3
            12 SUNFLOWER POST MALONE FT SWAE LEE 3
            13 HOLD ME WHILE YOU WAIT LEWIS CAPALDI 1
            14 WOW. POST MALONE 2
            15 GIANT CALVIN HARRIS & RAG'N'BONE MAN 3
            16 DON'T CALL ME UP MABEL 3
            17 VOSSI BOP STORMZY 4
            18 SWEET BUT PSYCHO AVA MAX 1
            19 BRUISES LEWIS CAPALDI 8
            20 POWER OVER ME DERMOT KENNEDY 11

            21 BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE ED SHEERAN FT KHALID 2
            22 GRACE LEWIS CAPALDI 9
            23 DANCING WITH A STRANGER SAM SMITH & NORMANI 4
            24 SHOTGUN GEORGE EZRA 1
            25 SUCKER JONAS BROTHERS 2
            26 SOS AVICII FT ALOE BLACC 5
            27 BURY A FRIEND BILLIE EILISH 2
            28 WHEN THE PARTY'S OVER BILLIE EILISH 7
            29 CIRCLES POST MALONE 2
            30 BREAK UP WITH YOUR GIRLFRIEND I'M BORED ARIANA GRANDE 1

            31 RIDE IT REGARD 1
            32 JUST YOU AND I TOM WALKER 7
            33 THANK U NEXT ARIANA GRANDE 1
            34 SORRY JOEL CORRY 3
            35 NOTHING BREAKS LIKE A HEART MARK RONSON FT MILEY CYRUS 2
            36 POST MALONE SAM FELDT FT RANI 4
            37 EASTSIDE BENNY BLANCO/HALSEY/KHALID 1
            38 WITHOUT ME HALSEY 3
            39 HIGHER LOVE KYGO & WHITNEY HOUSTON 4
            40 TRUTH HURTS LIZZO 15

            41 ALL DAY AND NIGHT JAX JONES/MARTIN SOLVEIG/BEER 7
            42 TALK KHALID 8
            43 LADBROKE GROVE AJ TRACEY 6
            44 I'M SO TIRED LAUV & TROYE SIVAN 4
            45 HELLO MY LOVE WESTLIFE 2
            46 GOOD AS HELL LIZZO 18
            47 BODY LOUD LUXURY FT BRANDO 4
            48 RANSOM LIL TECCA 3
            49 SATURDAY NIGHTS KHALID 9
            50 SOUTH OF THE BORDER ED SHEERAN/CABELLO/CARDI B 6


            Lewis Capaldi leads Ireland's Official Top 50 biggest songs of 2019.

            The Scottish singer's breakthrough single Someone You Loved was the most popular track with the Irish public last year when downloads, audio streams and video plays were combined, notching up a combined 26.8 million streams (audio and video). The song was the most downloaded of 2019, while it notched up five million more streams than its closest competitor. Someone You Loved spent six weeks atop the Official Irish Singles Chart across March and April, the first of three chart toppers for Lewis in 2019, more than any other act. Lewis has more songs in the end of year countdown than any other artist, with four. Other tracks from him include Hold Me While You Wait (13), Bruises (19) and Grace (21).

            2019 saw music consumption grow further year-on-year, with streaming continuing its upward trajectory. A staggering 7.5 billion audio streams were logged in Ireland last year, a 37% growth compared to 2018.

            Lil Nas X takes top honours for the biggest debut single of the year. Old Town Road was the second most popular song, racking up a combined 21.3 million audio and video plays. The US rapper managed four weeks at Number 1.

            Billie Eilish scored the biggest song of the year not to reach Number 1. Bad Guy ended the year overall in third place, with 18 million streams. Bad Guy spent six non-consecutive weeks at Number 2.

            Tones and I's Dance Monkey was the fourth biggest song of the year, and the most downloaded by a female artist, while Dermot Kennedy's Outnumbered lands in fifth, and was the biggest song of the year by an Irish artist.

            Dominic Fike’s smash hit 3 Nights lands in sixth, while 2018 chart topper Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper rounds out 2019 in seventh place with the most streamed video of the year. 2019 Number 1s I Don't Care by Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber (8), Ariana Grande's 7 Rings (9) and the year's longest-reigning chart topper Senorita by Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello (10) all feature in the year-end Top 10.

            https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...f-2019__28100/

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            • Ireland's Official Top 50 biggest albums of 2019

              POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK

              01 DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT LEWIS CAPALDI 1
              02 THE GREATEST SHOWMAN MOTION PICTURE CAST RECORDING 1
              03 WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO BILLIE EILISH 1
              04 WITHOUT FEAR DERMOT KENNEDY 1
              05 NO 6 COLLABORATIONS PROJECT ED SHEERAN 1
              06 THANK U NEXT ARIANA GRANDE 1
              07 A STAR IS BORN MOTION PICTURE CAST RECORDING 4
              08 BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - OST QUEEN 2
              09 STAYING AT TAMARA'S GEORGE EZRA 2
              10 DIVIDE ED SHEERAN 1

              11 DERMOT KENNEDY DERMOT KENNEDY 4
              12 MDRN LV PICTURE THIS 1
              13 DON'T SMILE AT ME BILLIE EILISH 4
              14 SPECTRUM WESTLIFE 1
              15 WESTERN STARS BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN 1
              16 DUA LIPA DUA LIPA 3
              17 WASTELAND BABY HOZIER 1
              18 HOLLYWOOD'S BLEEDING POST MALONE 1
              19 50 YEARS - DON'T STOP FLEETWOOD MAC 5
              20 DIAMONDS ELTON JOHN 3

              21 BEERBONGS & BENTLEYS POST MALONE 1
              22 GOLD - GREATEST HITS ABBA 1
              23 LOVER TAYLOR SWIFT 1
              24 PICTURE THIS PICTURE THIS 1
              25 SCORPION DRAKE 1
              26 FREE SPIRIT KHALID 2
              27 ALWAYS IN BETWEEN JESS GLYNNE 4
              28 SWEETENER ARIANA GRANDE 1
              29 NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC 103 VARIOUS ARTISTS 1
              30 RUMOURS FLEETWOOD MAC 9

              31 SNACKS JAX JONES 10
              32 MAGIC NIGHTS CHRISTY MOORE 2
              33 YOU'RE IN MY HEART ROD STEWART 1
              34 CURTAIN CALL - THE HITS EMINEM 1
              35 GREATEST HITS WESTLIFE 3
              36 HOZIER HOZIER 1
              37 STONEY POST MALONE 6
              38 ERRATIC CINEMATIC GERRY CINNAMON 8
              39 MAMMA MIA - HERE WE GO AGAIN MOTION PICTURE CAST RECORDING 10
              40 QUESTION MARK XXXTENTACION 2

              41 X ED SHEERAN 1
              42 SPEAK YOUR MIND ANNE-MARIE 4
              43 SUNSETS & FULL MOONS SCRIPT 1
              44 LEGACY DAVID BOWIE 7
              45 PSYCHODRAMA DAVE 6
              46 GOODBYE & GOOD RIDDANCE JUICE WRLD 16
              47 HURTS 2B HUMAN PINK 1
              48 PHOENIX RITA ORA 19
              49 GREATEST HITS BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN 1
              50 1 BEATLES 1

              In his breakthrough year, Lewis Capaldi has claimed Ireland's biggest album of 2019.

              The fastest-selling album of the year by an international male soloist, Lewis' debut record Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent was the biggest on Irish soil in 2019, notching up 45,000 overall chart sales (physical, download and streaming). The album was the most streamed of the year and the only released in 2019 to feature a trio of Number 1 singles.

              Some 7.28 million album equivalent sales in were recorded in Ireland across physical, digital and streaming in 2019, up 10% from 2018.

              Ireland's most popular album of 2018 ranks in second place for 2019 - The Greatest Showman's Motion Picture Cast Recording was the most physically and digitally purchased album in 2019, two years after its December 2017 release.

              Billie Eilish collects 2019's biggest album by a female artist with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? in third, while the longest-reigning Number 1 of the year Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear lands in fourth and is the biggest album by an Irish act. Dermot spent seven non-consecutive weeks at the top of the Official Albums Chart.

              Ed Sheeran's No.6 Collaborations Project is in fifth, while fellow chart-topping album Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande is sixth.

              Dermot Kennedy's self-titled collection (a prelude to his debut album) finished the year at 11, Picture This claim the biggest album by an Irish group at 12 with MDRN LV, and the year's fastest-selling album Spectrum from Westlife ranks at 14. Other 2019 releases in the Top 50 by Irish acts include Hozier's Wasteland, Baby! at 17, Magic Nights by Christy Moore at 32, and The Script's Sunsets & Full Moons at 43.

              https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...f-2019__28107/

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              • Top 10 albums by Irish acts released in 2019

                POS TITLE ARTIST

                01 WITHOUT FEAR DERMOT KENNEDY
                02 DERMOT KENNEDY DERMOT KENNEDY
                03 MDRN LV PICTURE THIS
                04 SPECTRUM WESTLIFE
                05 WASTELAND BABY HOZIER
                06 MAGIC NIGHTS CHRISTY MOORE
                07 SUNSETS & FULL MOONS SCRIPT
                08 COLOURS WALKING ON CARS
                09 DOGREL FONTAINES DC
                10 IN THE END CRANBERRIES

                2019 was a solid year for Irish music, with a three-fold increase in the number of homegrown artists reaching Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart.

                One of those chart toppers was Dermot Kennedy, whose debut album Without Fear was the biggest Irish album of the year. Without Fear was also the fastest-selling album of the year by an Irish soloist, the biggest vinyl seller by a domestic act, and spent more weeks at the helm than any other album, homegrown or international. The good news doesn't stop there for the Rathcoole singer. Released in January 2019, Dermot's 'self-titled collection', a prelude to his debut studio effort featuring material from previous EPs, also performed well, and was 2019's second biggest record by an Irish act.

                In all, six Irish acts reached the summit of the Albums Top 50 in 2019, up from just two acts that managed a Number 1 in 2018. Another of those chart-topping acts is Picture This. Their second studio album MDRN LV was the third biggest album of the year, giving them top honours for an Irish group.

                Westlife claimed 2019's fastest-selling album with Spectrum, and despite being released in November, managed huge sales, enough to rank them fourth on the year-end rundown. Hozier's second consecutive Number 1 album Wasteland, Baby! rounds out the Top 5 at Number 5.

                Big seller in the latter quarter of the year, Christy Moore's live album Magic Nights is sixth, the Official Irish Chart Act of the Decade The Script finish in seventh with their sixth Number 1 album Sunsets & Full Moons, and Walking on Cars' Top 3 effort Colours is eighth

                The best-selling homegrown group on vinyl, Fontaines D.C. rank ninth with their debut effort Dogrel, and The Cranberries' farewell album In The End - which peaked at Number 3 in May - concludes the Top 10.



                Top 10 songs by Irish acts released in 2019

                POS TITLE ARTIST

                01 OUTNUMBERED DERMOT KENNEDY
                02 HELLO MY LOVE WESTLIFE
                03 LOST DERMOT KENNEDY
                04 ALMOST (SWEET MUSIC) HOZIER
                05 PREFONTAINE VERSATILE
                06 NICE TO MEET YA NIALL HORAN
                07 WHAT A TIME JULIA MICHAELS/NIALL HORAN
                08 MAKING ME DANCE WILD YOUTH
                09 BETTER MAN WESTLIFE
                10 LOVE TONIGHT SOULE FT C CANE

                Dermot Kennedy also dominates the year's biggest songs by Irish acts. Outnumbered - which has spent 27 non-consecutive weeks at Number 1 on the Official Irish Homegrown Chart - is to no surprise the biggest domestic track of 2019. Outnumbered was streamed 12.9 million times last year.

                Westlife claim the most downloaded track by an Irish act with their comeback single Hello My Love at 2, while Dermot Kennedy is back again to complete the Top 3 with Lost. Hozier's Almost (Sweet Music) (4) and the first ever Homegrown Chart Number 1 Prefontaine by Versatile (5) round out the Top 5.

                Niall Horan appears twice on the Top 10 list. Homegrown Chart Number 1 Nice To Meet Ya ranks sixth, while his Julia Michael collaboration What A Time ended 2019 in seventh.

                Dublin four-piece Wild Youth occupy Number 8 with Making Me Dance, Westlife's Better Man is at Number 9, and Soulé claims 2019's biggest homegrown song by a female artist at Number 10 with Love Tonight ft. C Cane.

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                • Originally posted by Shakyfan View Post
                  And at last we find out Larry's true age! Born 3rd May 1934 making him 85 and meaning that he was broadcasting regularly on the national pop radio station until the age of 84.
                  Such was the confusion/secrecy, I suspected that the truth would only ever become clear following his passing.....this means that, on the last two occasions on which he presented the National Chart Show (10th April 2015 and 31st July 2015), he was eighty, then eighty-one years of age! While of course he did many Classic Countdowns after that, I very much doubt that anybody anywhere in the world of such advanced age has ever presented a "current" official chart show on their national radio station.

                  Having checked the chart show presenters for all the Western European countries for which I have the information available, I can find many who were regulars or stand-ins in their forties - in Ireland, even Marty Whelan only just fits into this category, as he was forty-nine on the last occasion he stood in, on 1st April 2005 - but I can only spot one other presenter who still occasionally presented a national chart show while in their early fifties. That's Tommy Vance, who was fifty-one on the last time he hosted the UK Top Forty, on 8th March 1992.

                  At the other end of the age scale, the youngest national chart show presenter I'm aware of is Maarten Stallaert - on the first of ten times over four years on which he stood in as the presenter of the Belgian chart show on MNM, 14th August 2011, he was just sixteen years old. This is a short video promoting his first appearance on the main national pop station there, just over a year before that:



                  Curiously, the ages of most other DJs who have presented the chart show in Ireland seem equally as difficult to ascertain as Larry's was, so I don't know who would have been the youngest ever to do that.....


                  Originally posted by Shakyfan View Post
                  Interesting! Strangely, when I was putting together this year's chart thread I was wondering about the broadcast times of the show.
                  I now realise that I omitted one further instance of Jimmy Greeley returning for a week from that list - he was also in for Larry on 4th January 1987. I'll hopefully be able to post details of show times and presenters covering later years at some stage, when I have a bit more time available, and when the forum seems a little less unstable than it has been in the last few days.....

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                  • It appears that I forgot to post the complete chart runs of the hits leaving the top 100 in the last three weeks of 2019 - here they are now:

                    10000 HOURS - DAN AND SHAY FEATURING JUSTIN BIEBER 17 18 22 29 29 31 36 42 48

                    THE LAST TIME - SCRIPT 50 60 68 53 46 47 33 29 38 41 50

                    LOYAL - PARTYNEXTDOOR FEATURING DRAKE 64 60

                    THE BONNY - GERRY CINNAMON 76

                    QUITE MISS HOME - JAMES ARTHUR 79 88 77 60 79

                    USED TO LOVE - MARTIN GARRIX FEATURING DEAN LEWIS 83 74 60 67 81

                    BANDIT - JUICE WRLD AND YOUNGBOY NEVER 38 35 30 35 38 39 53 59 82

                    TASTE (MAKE IT SHAKE) - AITCH 42 28 29 26 18 16 14 13 12 18 42 44 49 58 61 66 69 84

                    PAPER CUTS - DAVE 35 52 62 88

                    HOT - YOUNG THUG FEATURING GUNNA 86 89 89 98 44 45 57 71 89

                    INTO THE UNKNOWN - PANIC AT THE DISCO 88 94

                    BE HONEST - JORJA SMITH FEATURING BURNA BOY 48 48 48 45 47 48 34 29 23 20 28 28 30 64 74 95

                    TAKE WHAT YOU WANT - POST MALONE, OZZY OSBOURNE AND TRAVIS SCOTT 37 40 40 51 55 62 74 89 96

                    FRENCH KISSES - ZIEZIE FEATURING AITCH 76 97
                    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

                    LIGHTS UP - HARRY STYLES 04 07 11 13 12 14 14 17 16

                    PROFESSOR X - DAVE 34 31 30 34 30 27 34 32 26 27 31 31 37

                    VOSSI BOP - STORMZY
                    04 04 05 05 05 05 04 06 06 06 04 05 04 04 30 33 37 38 45 44 46 52 53 64 73 71 78 87 95 94 96 93 66

                    BAD VIBES FOREVER - XXXTENTACION 82 XX 84

                    SUN QUEEN - GERRY CINNAMON 59 73 79 52 85 99 XX XX 95

                    XANNY - BILLIE EILISH 99
                    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

                    I LOVE SAUSAGE ROLLS - LADBABY 59

                    FUTURE NOSTALGIA - DUA LIPA 83

                    LIAR - CAMILA CABELLO 27 21 22 24 23 20 19 18 17 17 17 19 22 68 92






                    And the links to listen again to the last three Official Chart Shows of 2019:


                    6th December 2019 https ://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/2fm/11126145
                    - Aifric O'Connell plays all of the top thirty


                    13th December 2019 https ://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/2fm/11128595
                    - Blathnaid Treacy can't fit in the number nineteen or the number four


                    20th December 2019 https ://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/2fm/11131414
                    - Blathnaid Treacy hasn't time to play the numbers 26, 06 and 04


                    ( Delete the spaces for the full links )

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