Tonight “Radio Treasures” on www.corkmusicstation.com is back again where our features include JD Kelleher’s Current Top 30 Hit “Love will tear us apart” (10.00pm slot) and we review this week’s “Ireland’s Own” which includes a splendid feature on “Pat Max and the Specialists” – a much loved and renowned local Showband (10.15pm slot). And there will definitely have to be a few heart themed songs and music where I hope to express sincere appreciation to the amazing number of people who have been in contact with such supportive messages, thoughts and prayers over the past fortnight during the medical procedure I was experiencing.
Please join us for the weekly programme which is broadcast on Tuesdays 9.30 to 11.00 p.m. (Irish Time).
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1266 from Millstreet. Fondest greeting and I wish you all the very best of on this sunny morning following a very wet night.
There is a smile on every face in Millstreet again and on faces throughout the world really, and all because our beloved Seán Radley is back among us again. For some weeks now we’ve held our breath since it became apparent that he had serious problems with his heart. The word went ‘viral’ and people in all parts of the world prayed that he would get the right treatment and on time. And thanks be to God, the prayers worked.
Four well placed stents later and our beloved Seán is back in Millstreet, hale and hearty, where he is loved and cherished by all.
I must say a very sincere word of thanks, on behalf of us all, to our friend and fellow member of the LTV2 crew, Willie FitzGerald (Cullen) who remained Seánie’s driver and carer during all his needs, be it in Limerick, Dublin, Killarney or Millstreet, etc. He was his right hand man all the way.
Buíochas le Dia a story with a happy ending, and we wish Seán many years of Good health.
I am looking for information about my Great Grandmother, Mary Nicholson (Buckley). I understand that she was born in 1865/6, and prior to marrying John Nicholson in 1887/1888 lived in Carrigacooleen, Millstreet. They appear in the 1901 and 1911 Census at 9 Main Street.
Her son, and my Grand Father, Patrick Nicholson, appears in the 1901 Census as a ‘visitor’ in the home of Patrick and ‘Nanno’ (Nora) Buckley in Carrigacooleen. Their son, Denis Buckley, may have been a witness at the marriage of John Nicholson and Mary Buckley. In the 1911 Census( England) Patrick Nicholson appears as the nephew of John and Abina Buckley, in London. John Nicholson died, I understand in 1940.
I would very much appreciate any information regarding where he may be buried. I do not have any information with regards when Mary Buckley died, or where she is buried.
26th May at 11.00am at the Briery Gap – Under the direction of Dr.Jennifer Bill, the Boston University Concert Band is a large concert ensemble comprised of approximately 50 members from a multitude of majors throughout the university.
The Concert Band performs a diverse section of the wind band repertoire ranging from traditional works to premieres and recent compositions by leading composers. The concert band has hosted featured soloists and guest conductors from around the world including Terry Everson, Ivy CHAUNG Suet Wah, Eric Ruske, Elissa Alvarez, and Winky CHAU Wing Kam.
In addition to performing two formal concerts each … read the full article on BrieryGap.ie