Starting today, Monday 29th September, your favourite local radio station has a new schedule with increased broadcasting hours. Please see our schedule page for details, https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=469
There is now a link to both Youghal & Killeagh GAA Newsletters on our links page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=2411
"Smile In A While", a documentary taking a look at aspirant radio station Smile fm in Carrigtwohill, serving Carrigtwohill, Midleton, Glountaun and Little Island is now available to download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
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
Mervyn Scott - A Farewell
This month's edition of This Island Nation is now available for download from our Podcast page, along with Youghal's Heritage Trail. You can downloads these podcasts from our Podcast Page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
CRY104FM Radiothon 2014 15th & 16th August 2014
35th anniversary of Community Radio Youghal to feature on irishtv tomorrow from 7pm on Sky 191 & Freesat 400
We have 2 Tickets to give away for HAIRSPRAY at Cork Opera House. Draw will take place on Friday 1st August at 2pm. All you have to do is call us at CRY and leave your name and number, our number is 024 91199/92288
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
This year's entrant for CRY in the Queen Of The Sea Festival is Charlene Leahy. We wish her the best of luck!
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
Photographs of this year's Irish Open at Fota. [gallery ids="3584,3585,3586,3587,3588,3589,3590,3591,3592,3593,3594,3595,3596,3597,3598,3599,3600,3601,3602,3603,3604,3605,3606,3607,3608,3609,3610"]
Ryan Tubridy broadcast his show from the 2FM Roadcaster outside The Walter Raleigh Hotel this morning. CRY staff members Tom O'Keefe and Charlene Leahy went along to meet him and ask a few questions. [gallery ids="3580,3581"]
The sixth, and final episode of In The Auld Fella's Time is now available to download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
Episode 5 of In The Auld Fella's Time is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 Look out for the final episode on Monday 23rd June at 6.30pm on CRY104FM
Episode 4 of In The Auld Fella's Time is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 Tune in to CRY104FM this evening at 6.30pm for episode 5.
Apple Tart with Custard Homemade apple tart – a winning combination of delicate sweet pastry filled with heavenly scented apples – simply can’t be beaten. To ring in the changes, mix the apples with blackberries or try a mixture of rhubarb and strawberry. To make your tart extra special, add a vanilla pod to your bag of sugar and leave for at least a week before using. Serves 6–8 Pastry:
Youghal will be a sea of colour on Sunday the 29th of June at 3pm as Community Radio Youghal and Cope Foundation will host a sponsored Colour walk from Green park to the Quality Hotel and back . In what is sure to a jam packed family fun day in Youghal participants are asked to wear their favourite colour in support for this fantastic fundraising event. With face painters on
The second ever Community Radio Youghal (C.R.Y.) Golf Classic took place at Youghal Golf Club on Thursday 5th June. The proceeds of this year’s event will go towards the purchase of an Outside Broadcast Unit, which will enable the station to get out and about more often and more easily. It will also serve as a Mobile Training Unit. A total of 29 three person teams played in the Classic,
CRY104FM has 2 new podcasts available for download at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 Episode 3 of "In The Auld Fella's Time" focuses on advances in animal health, husbandry, science and technology. "Saving Lives At Sea" traces the history of Youghal RNLI in its 175th year. Beginning with one of Youghal Lifeboats most dramatic rescues on the 1st of August 1984 , the programme traces the History of the Lifeboat station right up to the present day.
This month’s edition of THIS ISLAND NATION will include an exclusive interview with the Head of the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority, the State regulatory body which has often been in controversy with the fishing industry. Susan Steele, Chair of the SFPA, will outline how she wants to see “a thriving fishing industry and thriving fishing communities,” but why “those who lose the run of themselves and engage in illegal fishing”