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New Podcast – This Island Nation

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
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New Podcast – This Island Nation

The current episode of This Island Nation is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126. The programme hears about the “Smuggler’s Nest” in Rush, County Dublin and why the people of Rush were particularly favourable towards smugglers, as well as the story of one of the residents who escaped hanging four times. It discusses why women have been written out of fishing history and report from the
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New Podcast – Ann Hughes Murray

Ann Hughes Murray ss a retired nurse who lives in Monaghan town with her husband Eddie.She is from an old & very respected Dundalk family.Her father Erin & mother Margaret were steeped in the traditions of the Gaelic Athletic Association their club was Dundalk Young Irelands as were her brothers.Ann very kindly agreed to be interviewed by Pat Carroll when she visited East Cork during the summer…her story is funny,sad
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CRY Fetac Awards

Congratulations to the latest CRY104fm graduates receiving their FETAC Level 4 in Community Radio Skills from CRY104fm Community Development officer Darragh Parker. Pictured receiving their awards are Catherine Kelly,Jordan McCarthy,Noel Dennehy and Brendan Cronin. CRY are beginning a new FETAC Level 4 course on Tuesday November the 4th from 7 to 10pm. For registration forms and more give us a call on 024 91199 or Email programmes@cry104fm.com [gallery ids="3977,3978,3979,3980,3981,3982"]  
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This Island Nation – Monday 3rd November

This week's programme will hear 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 will also discuss the problems for seabirds running short of food because fishermen will be prevented from discarding fish at sea under EU rules and will report on the
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New CRY Documentary “Keep It Going”

Celebrating 100 years of the Youghal Pipe Band  “Keep It Going” is the brand  new four-part radio documentary coming your way on Community Radio Youghal. Tracing the origins of the band from 1914 ,this four part documentary recounts the bands trials and tribulations in starting a pipe band in a Garrison town. In what will be fascinating listening for Historians, music lovers and anyone with an association with Youghal, Keep
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Research & Administration Assistant (CE Scheme)

Research & Administration Assistant (CE Scheme) Community Radio Youghal has a vacancy for a Research & Programme Assistant under the FAS C.E. Scheme Duties will include: Administration; Reception; General Office Duties. Also writing/researching for radio and assisting other staff & volunteers. Hours may be flexible and training will be provided. Applicants must be registered with FAS and meet specific eligibility for this post. To apply, please forward a CV, including
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FETAC Level 4 in Community Radio Skills

FETAC Level 4 in Community Radio Skills. Course Description- Overview The course aims to give learners grounding in both the ethos of community radio and in the practical skills. By the end of the course, learners will: Understand the basic principles of Community Radio Understand the basics of interviewing and research Be capable of recording an interview Understand how to conduct the interview safely Be able to define libel and
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CRY104FM Great Getaway Draw

Fly Away with CRY! Draw will take place on Saturday 15th November in Farrell's Bar, Summerfield Tickets €5 1st Prize McDonalds Lee Travel Holiday Voucher for €500 2nd Prize Castlemartyr Resort Hotel (1 night B&B + dinner for 2 in Bell Tower Restaurant) 3rd Prize Trabolgan Holiday Village (midweek break for 4 nights) 4th Prize Radisson Hotel Little Island (2 nights B&B for 2) 5th Prize Bewley's Hotels (one night
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CRY104fm Colour Walk Raises €1900 For Cope

The 2nd annual  CRY104fm fun walk from Greenpark to The Quality Hotel and back  which took place on June the 29th raised a fantastic €3750 ,the proceeds of which were split between Cope Foundation and Community Radio Youghal. Speaking at last Tuesdays AGM of the Youghal Branch of Cope, John Clifford, Head of Fundraising & PR for Cope sincerely thanked all those who generously supported the event with a special thanks
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New Podcast – This Island Nation – July 2014

The loneliest child in the world on the Blasket Islands; why are there so many blue sharks around Ireland this year, the rescue of Mickey Mouse off Dun Laoghaire, Loop Head Lighthouse, piracy in Kinsale and safety on the beaches. All in the July edition of This Island Nation. Now available to download.   [wpdm_file id=96 title="true" desc="true"]   Previous editions of This Island Nation are available on our download
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This Island Nation July Edition

The July edition of THIS ISLAND NATION monthly hour-long radio programme will hear from the last man alive of the islanders who were evacuated from the Blaskets. As a youngster he was described as “the loneliest boy in the world, whose only playmates are seagulls.”  Gearóid Cheaist Ó Catháin has a fascinating and evocative story to tell. The programme will also hear about the piratical history of Kinsale and its