Aspiring DJs are in with a chance of co-hosting The Hotline with Tony Fenton and winning mobile equipment.
Colin Murnane introduces a piece from the archives featuring DJ Tony Fenton on the programme 'Youngline' in 1984 where he is buying perfume in duty free for his RTÉ colleague Anne Doyle.
A suave, successful, sophisticated man about town. He's got style, panache. But does even he have the ability to match the right perfume with the right personality?
Tony Fenton gives the details of the Drifter DJ for a Day Competition which is being run in conjunction with The Hotline on 2FM and Hot Press magazine.
Donal Fennell, one of the top mobile disc jockeys in the country, demonstrates what any young DJ can aspire to. Entrants must submit a short demo tape of their voice introducing their favourite song.
We're just looking for what they say and how they introduce the record.
The panel of judges in the competition includes Tony Fenton along with Ian Dempsey, Simon Young, John Clarke, Jim Lockhart, and Jackie Hayden. For Tony Fenton what makes a good DJ is a love of music and a good record collection.
You've got to play the songs that people want to dance to.
The winner will co-present The Hotline along with Tony for one night. They will also receive £2,500 worth of mobile DJ equipment.
This episode of 'Jo-Maxi' was broadcast on 2 February 1993. The presenters are Colin Murnane, Shauna Lowry and Celine Whelan.