In 1977, Eamonn Cooke was a household name in Ireland. He'd launched the controversial pirate radio show, Radio Dublin, from his cramped living room in Inchicore and for youngsters everywhere in Ireland he was a public hero. But there was a terrible side to this trendy 'granddaddy of Irish radio' that no one could ever have imagined.
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