• We are a collective of like minded people who are passionate about their music, art and politics, sometimes we like to mash it all up and sometimes keep it separate. We are a free form radio station with no formats or playlists or genres that DJs have to adhere to. We have few rules, but the main rule is no fascists, racists, sexists, homophobes or religious presenters. The music and politics and art is mainly leftist and alternative and a motto of the station is we’re not here to break the law with an illegal radio station just to play bland pop music, that is available on many of the state and corporate stations. Radioactive International has nearly 40 DJ’s playing a varied mixture of alternative music from punk, metal, ska, reggae and historical recordings. We broadcast online but also transmit live from gigs and festivals.
  • Documentary

    1913 Lockout – Unfinished Business – Episode 5 – New Unionism & Beyond Dublin

    In the latest episode of the Lockout podcast series we look at the development of new unionism at the turn of the 20th century. This was the trade unionism of Connolly and Larkin(“Larkinism”), focused on […]

    Jan, 05

    Landscapes of Crisis – photographic exhibition

    In connection to the two-day academic symposium at UCD on “World-Ecology, World-Economy, World-Literature,” this cultural evening in Dublin city centre will explore artistic representations of the intertwined themes of environmental and economic crisis. It will […]

    Jan, 05

    1913 Lockout Podcast – Episode 4 – Media

    The fourth episode of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Lockout takes a look at the history and influence of independent radical print media, and the role independent and critical media […]

    Dec, 14

    Lockout Podcast Episode 3 – Housing Then Now

    The third episode of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Lockout looks at the changes over the years to housing in the city, while addressing the lack of centrality housing plays […]

    Dec, 14

    Justice for the Priory Hall residents

    From: Stephanie Meehan To: “enda.kenny@oireachtas.ie” Subject: Priory hall Dear Enda, I have emailed you on many occasions, regarding my situation in Priory hall. You have replied once. On July 15th mine and my children’s lives […]

    Nov, 16

    Whatever You’re Havin’ #45 – you had to be there, Irish indie 1990’s

    Cryin’ – A-tone I Take Pains – The Sewing Room A Call To Persevere – Jubilee Allstars The Fusing Of The Continental Plates – Joan Of Arse Something To Dream Of – Sunbear Until My […]

    Nov, 04

    Radio Cure #11 – FUCK!

    After watching a documentary all about the word “Fuck” recently, I decided to make a show full of songs which embrace the use of fuck in their lyrics. It’s the only word in the English […]

    Oct, 30

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