“Radio Treasures” 9.30 to 11.00 This Tuesday Night on CMS Introduces New Mask Cases

Tonight…on this Tuesday, 29th Sept. 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… tonight we feature a selection of songs and music relating to a Tour of Ireland as well as a variety of interesting musings and words of wisdom.  Included in tonight’s programme – Our 10pm Interview relating to the superb new Mask Case Invention by Sheila Radley, Dungarvan….www.antibacterialmaskcase.com We hear the exquisite “Nightingale Serenade” with André Rieu and Orchestra and we chat about the following images :

The splendid new Mask Case about which we shall hear its inventor, Sheila Radley from Dungarvan at 10pm. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Autumn nature at Millstreet Town Park.
It’s usually the “doggie in the window”…. but at Main Street, Millstreet it’s this beautiful pet cat whose name is CRUNCHIE!
Rooks on their evening exercise at Millstreet Town Park!

A few years ago when the superb History of the Church display by Dan Duggan was launched Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. explained the significance of the images to Primary School pupils.

Magnificent promotion of “Clover Hill Food Ingredients” in this week’s “Farmers’ Journal”. We thank Seán Murphy for alerting us to this important feature.

A warm West End Welcome to Millstreet recently put in place by Herlihy’s Centra

4 thoughts on ““Radio Treasures” 9.30 to 11.00 This Tuesday Night on CMS Introduces New Mask Cases”

  1. Great photo of crows Sean. These beautiful and much persecuted birds are highly intelligent and are one of the few creatures that can shape and use tools. Their cognitive ability is considered to be equal to great apes.

  2. The “crows”are in fact rooks.
    The rook is a member of the crow family in the passerine order of birds. It is found in the Palearctic, its range extending from Scandinavia and western Europe to eastern Siberia. It is a large, gregarious, black-feathered bird, distinguished from similar species by the whitish featherless area on the face. Wikipedia
    I hope you will forgive me for pointing that out but they’re probably my favourite bird.

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