“Radio Treasures” Live on Air This Tuesday 9.00 to 11.00pm Featuring Musical Tribute to Pascal

Live broadcasting on www.corkmusicstation.com  when “Radio Treasures” will be transmitted tonight Tuesday, 24th May 2022  from 9 to 11pm.  Please note the new time of our Tuesday Show which previously began at 9.30pm.   We shall, of course, feature lots of cheerful songs and some splendid music.  And we shall share lots of interesting musings.   We shall remember some wonderful people who went to their Eternal Reward in recent times.   And we shall chat about the featured images below sourced from the Pictorial Archives of Millstreet Museum.   Tap on the 14 images to enlarge.   If you wish to make contact with our Tuesday Radio Show please message us on the Seán Radley Facebook page, email us on millstreetmuseum @gmail.com, text or WhatsApp us on 086 825 0074.   Special features in tonight’s programme include:   1. From 9.30pm we shall be broadcasting a special musical tribute to the late Pascal Froissart which was recently recorded at the Family Irish Home in Tullig.

Tonight we shall broadcast at 9.30pm a very special musical feature on “Radio Treasures” in tribute to the late Pascal Froissart.

  2.  A brief interview  at 9.15pm with Sammy Murphy of Carriganima whose magnificent Motor Sport video clip went viral on the Internet.  3.  We listen at 9.25pm to an excellent track from Bluegrass Artists Kylie and Owen.   4.  And there’s more.…much more!!   Happy Listening!  (S.R.)

The wonderful Choir from Ukraine performing at Millstreet Town Park Fun Day on Sunday, 22nd May 2022.

Tom showing solidarity with our Ukrainian Visitors.
Sammy Murphy of Carriganima recording a brief Interview which may be heard at 9.15 tonight on “Radio Treasures”.
Kylie and Owen of “Long Way Home” performing brilliantly at Millstreet Fun Day.
From our Museum Pictorial Archives 1970s/1980s (most likely 1985) we remember the late Neily Collins and his Mum, Sonny Buckley and Breeda Broderick.  God rest them all.
Millstreet Corpus Christi Procession at The Square . (From the Museum Pictorial Archives 1970s/1980s)
A very popular International Rapper at Millstreet Fun Day on Sunday. (Photo by Tom Corbett)

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