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Weekly Maritime News Round-Up

THIS ISLAND NATION Weekly Maritime News and Comment Round-Up from Marine Correspondent, Tom MacSweeney Dateline – April 7, 2014. ----------------------------- THIS WEEK: What is the point of a Heritage Department if it will not look after the heritage of the last Irish ship of its kind? Stout wreck; Largest ship at Drogheda … ARKLOW RESCUE It is not often that the RNLI and the Commissioners of Irish Lights combine to rescue
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CRY Launches Older Voices

Community Radio Youghal launched its brand new series Older Voices in Ballymacoda Hall on Friday last . This brand new 12 part series starts on Monday the 7th of April at 6.15pm focusing on the lives of older people living in the Ballymacoda and Ladysbridge area. Their stories are told in their own voices. In each episode the participant speaks about their lives growing up in Rural Ireland in the
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This Island Nation, Wednesday, April 2, 7.30 p.m.

Three of the country’s leading maritime organisations are joining forces with Youghal Community Radio to support the monthly series of hour-long maritime radio programmes, THIS ISLAND NATION, broadcast from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. on the first Wednesday night of each month on cry104fm The RNLI which operates the country’s lifeboats; Irish Water Safety, which is the national State body for safety on the water and the Commissioners of Irish
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CRY Youth Radio

CRY Youth Radio now has its own page on the CRY 104FM website. The page will be regularly updated with news and events from our Youth Programming.Section. You can also catch up with CRY Youth Programming on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CRYYouthRadio and Twitter at https://twitter.com/cryyouthradio