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BBC Radio Foyle

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BBC Radio Foyle is a BBC Northern Ireland local radio station, serving County Londonderry in Northern Ireland. It is named after the River Foyle which flows through the city where the station is based.Wikipedia

mapEditorial area:Londonderry/Derry
library_musicMost played songs:George Michael, Peter Sarstedt, Glen CampbellRadiomonitor
eventLaunched:11 September 1979
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placePostal address8 Northland Road
BT48 7GD
+44 28 7137 8600
+44 28 7126 6522
webOfficial website
emailMain emailradio.foyle@bbc.co.uk
emailPersonal emailfirstname.lastname@bbc.co.uk

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Eamon Friel Presenter
Elaine McGee Presenter
Gerry Anderson Presenter
Hugo Duncan Presenter
James McClelland Presenter
Mark Patterson Presenter
Paul McFadden Presenter
Paul McCauley Presenter
Ralph McLean Presenter
Ritchie Kelly Presenter
Sean Coyle Presenter
Susan McReynolds Presenter
Susan Lovell Managing Director

…at BBC

Chris Roberts Project Engineer
Fran Unsworth Director BBC World Service Group
Helen Boaden Director of BBC Radio
James Harding Director of News and Current Affairs
James Purnell Director of radio education arts music learning and children
James Purnell Director of Strategy
Tony Hall Director-General

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