8.30am Christmas Breakfast, Mick Sheehan. 11.00am Christmas Day Mass, from Holy Family Church, Youghal. 12.00 pm A Joyce Country Christmas, Maura & Teresa. 2.00pm Christmas in the Hospitals, John Cunningham & Orla. 3.00pm JR Country, with John Russell. 5.00pm Eddie Moloney. 7.00pm Methodist Service. 8.00pm Documentary on 104. 9.00pm The Armed Man, recorded live in Killeagh. 10.00pm Eddie Hannon Christmas Special.
There is a new show on our schedule on Friday afternoons. Four ladies from Smile FM have launched their 2 to 3 programme and it is now approaching its third week. The show is called ‘TIME FOR THE GIRLS’ and the women from Carrigtohill- Daphne, Denise, Kay and Mary- have got off to a flyer with their new show. Some of the topics up for discussion have included local charity
This coming Friday, December 19th, we will be bringing you a review of the sporting year. 2014 was another fascinating year of sport and this programme is being brought to you by Barry Drake, Jordan McCarthy and Michael O’Brien. They will be joined by some regular contributors to the Friday night sports shows and will look back on the highlights of the last 12 months. Soccer, Athletics, Rugby, GAA, Golf,
Transition Year students were live on CRY104FM last Wednesday as part of the radio module they are taking in Pobalscoil na Trionoide. The module is taught by CRY’s Darragh Parker and has been a real success for the station and school alike. The students have been learning about interviewing techniques, show structure and research skills. They will be broadcasting two shows this year and last Wednesday was the first of
Cork Training Centre (formerly FAS) will be running the following courses in Youghal in the New Year. There is no charge for these course should the learner be in receipt of a payment from DSP. (If interested person has no payment from DSP our full time day course still has no charge but our evening programmes are €200 if you are working. Is it possible that you could advertise these
GROW Community Mental Health Organisation is a mutual help group for people suffering from depression or any mental health or emotional difficulties. The local group meets every Wednesday evening, 7.30pm, in Cumann Na Daoine, Youghal. Meetings are based on a 12-Step program and are anonymous, confidential and free-of-charge. For further information contact Finola on 086 7702807, Information line 1890 474 474 or Website: www.grow.ie
We desperately need puppy fosters this Christmas. DAWG is faced with more unwanted puppies than ever this year and all our fosterers are fully booked out. If you can provide love, time and care for a pup in need this holiday season please apply to foster. You can go to website www.dogactionwelfaregroup.ie
St. Vincent De Paul will be holding their Christmas fundraising collections on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th December. They will also be holding their Annual Christmas Day Swim at the Front Strand on Christmas Day, all are welcome. Your Kind Support will be great-fully appreciated.
It was a big day at JJ’s Truckstop Diner on Tuesday last, as The Ray D’Arcy show (Today FM) broadcast live from the Cafe. The Diner had been nominated for the Best Cafe In Ireland and reached the last four. Jordan McCarthy and Orla Riordan of CRY were in attendance in what can only be described as a fantastic day. JJ has done a great job and our representatives felt
We wish to thank all those who supported our Great Getaway Draw at Farrell’s last month. There was a fantastic response to the competition. The success of the draw means that we can now cover events in our locality with our OB Unit and bring it to you on 104FM. Well done to Ann O’ Donnell who claimed the top prize; A €500 holiday voucher. Ann’s daughter Caoimhe was in
The CRY104FM Outside Broadcast crew were in attendance at the turning on of the Christmas Lights in Youghal on Saturday 29th November. Our state of the art OB Unit was on display and it was great to be able to bring our listeners coverage of the day’s events. Santa Claus arrived at Barry’s Lane behind the Youghal Pipe Band, who actually started the day off by playing a few tunes
Offshore island communities have been shocked by the decision of the Minister for the Environment to stop funding community development companies on non-Gaeltacht offshore islands. The amount involved is €600,000 a year and the decision is specifically aimed at islands which are classified as not speaking Irish. On this week’s edition of THIS ISLAND NATION Tom MacSweeney will talk to Mairtin Ó Mealóid, Chairman of Comhdháil Oileán na hÉireann, which
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 3 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
See the wonderful craft work of local and not so local artists - beautifully hand-crafted items - to be loved, admired and will marvellous Christmas gifts. Fill those Christmas Stockings. Saturday and Sunday 10.00am - 5pm
Christmas Cards in Aid of Enable Ireland, Lavanagh Centre Cork will be on sale at Brook’s Super Value Youghal on Saturday 22nd of November from 9am till 4pm. All money raised will go directly to the Cork branch which supports children and their families who have disabilities. Cards are priced at €6 for eight cards, please support this worthy cause.
The next fortnightly edition of THIS ISLAND NATION MARITIME RADIO PROGRAMME, November 17 recording at Community Radio Youghal will feature Ireland's leading sailmaker, Des McWilliam, who talks about his first time sailing across the Atlantic, which he has "wanted to do" throughout his long sailing career, but has never done until now. He will talk about the ARC - the Atlantic Cruiser Rally - in which he will start sailing
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 2 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
1st Prize; Ann O’ Donnell, Aglish - McDonalds Lee Travel Voucher for €500 . 2nd Prize; Tom Carey, Sweetfield Youghal - Castlemartyr Resort Hotel (1 night B&B + Dinner for 2 in the Bell Tower Restaurant). 3rd Prize; Coleman Motherway, Killeagh – Trabologan Holiday Village (Midweek Break for 4 nights) 4th Prize; Noreen Cronin , Golf Links Road, Youghal - Radisson Hotel Little Island (2 Nights B&B for 2) 5th
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 1 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
The current episode of This Island Nation is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 This week's programme hears a claim that the East Coast is every bit as good and attractive as the South and West coastalines and that people from all parts of the country should be more appreciative of it. The programme also discusses the problems for seabirds running short of food because fishermen will
Do you want to boost your community and voluntary group’s public profile, raise funds and be in with a chance of winning €1,000? If so, you should submit a two-minute video to the Better Together Video Competition before entries close this Friday, 7 November at 5pm. Three cash prizes of €1,000 will be awarded for the best videos (as voted by the public) and you can use the built-in donation
Parents Together in Autism are having a Clothing Collection. To support your local Autism group any donations of Clothes, Paired Shoes, Belts, Handbags, Curtains, Towels, Soft Toys etc, would be greatly appreciated. Collection can be arranged by calling Andrea on 087 9493927. No Pillow, Duvets or Cushions please. Look us up on Facebook, our page is called Parents Together.
The Real Deal is the brand new online talent show with a twist. We’re beginning our countrywide search for Ireland’s most talented kids. So if you think you have what it takes to make it through our audition rounds and into our grand final we want to hear from you! But we don’t just want to hear from talented kids we also want to hear from kids who can fool
Darina Clancy of Seabed Productions would love to hear from anyone who was involved with or had a relative who was involved with the Making of Moby Dick in 1954 to be part of a documentary being made for TG4. The programme will cover the time when Moby Dick was being made and the influence of the local community on the production. We’d love to hear of any stories or