“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features Gems Galore – from 9.30 to 11.00 pm on CMS!

Tonight…on this Tuesday, 18th August 2020… on “Radio Treasures” broadcast on Cork Music Station 9:30 to 11:00pm we feature our regular items with a splendid blend of uplifting songs and music as well as a variety of interesting musings.  Included in tonight’s programme:

  1.   The singing of Maureen O’Hara from a 1960s T.V. Show.
  2.   Tap Dancing Special with Fred Astaire.
  3.   Miraculous rescue at sea.
  4.   Chatting about the many images featured below.
  5.   Our incredible grand total of €9,343.00 in our recent Museum and Website Fundraiser.   Full report this Thursday.

Our 10pm Interview is with Donna, Liam and Tony recorded at Rathcoole Aerodrome – when a €10K cheque was presented very recently.  Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Recent presentation of a €10,000.00 cheque to ICRR Air Ambulance at Rathcoole Aerodrome by “Duhallow’s Fittest” which had been organised by Kiskeam and Ballydesmond GAA Clubs. From left: Seán Linehan representing “Duhallow’s Fittest”; Donna O’Regan, Project Manager, ICRR Air Ambulance; Tony McAtear, one of two Pilots flying ICRR Air Ambulance Helicopter. A further three cheques are scheduled to be presented to three other recipients – Kanturk and Millstreet Community Hospitals and Burren Chernobyl Charity in Co. Clare.
Mural work in progress with Cormac and Denis.

Spectacular sunset at Millstreet Town Park on Mon. 17th Aug. 2020.

Driving in fine vintage style through Millstreet.
Fountain delight!

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Eily’s Report 18th August


Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.

The month of August is certainly living up to it’s name as being a season of floods and change with many places in the County paying the price with their homes and places of business destroyed by flash floods. But it is not all doom and gloom, there is always something to be cheerful about and the recent past being no exception. We have to put all sob stories aside and think of  happy things.  Take the two young men who saved young lives at sea  during the week. One lad in Dublin threw his own safety to the wind and jumped in and saved two youngsters from being drowned. Meanwhile off the West Coast a young lad out on the fishing boat with his Dad, was the first to spot the two ladies as they clung to a lobster pot for 15 long hours  and what young lad of his age wouldn’t change places with him  for being the knight in shining armor to rescue two damsels in distress from a watery grave in the deep. All night the country held it’s breath and prayed that the cousins would be found safe.  The pulse of the nation took a leap next morning  at the wonderful news that they were found safe and well . No doubt the two heroic lads will have a great story to tell for the rest of their lives. bBuíochas le Dia.

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