“Radio Treasures” Weekly Show is on air tonight (Tues., 11th Jan. 2022) on Cork Music Station from 9.30 to 11.30 (Irish Time).
There are a number of ways by which one can access Cork Music Station: 1. Through ALEXA by just saying “Play Cork Music RADIO Station” (It’s important to include the term RADIO when asking). 2. By downloading the free App entitled “Radio Garden” – then select Cork, Ireland which reveals Cork’s 14 Radio Stations on this App. … and then select Cork Music Station. 3. Just click on this highlighted name: Cork Music Station and this takes you directly to Cork Music Station. 4. Just Google Cork Music Station and this will also find the Radio Station. These are just four of the means by which one can access our Radio Station. As well as the many live Shows nightly it’s songs and music all the way (especially Country & Western and Irish) 24/7. Feel very welcome to join our Radio Family of the ever increasing number of Loyal Listeners.
This week we feature a wide variety of wonderful music, superb songs, lots of requests and comments from our worldwide audience. We share stories, quotes, humour, poems, interesting facts and we explore a Quiz or two! And we chat about our Pictorial Features. At 9.35pm we listen to Eily Buckley’s splendid song “Millstreet Town”. At 9.45pm we include a further song from the excellent “Dago Red” Italian Band and we play a special request for Mrs. Carr of Shannacknuck and special mention also to James Carr as well as Giuseppe in Italy. At 10pm we greet our Friends in England including Oliver and many others.
Feel very welcome to make contact before, during or after our “Radio Treasures” Show. Just contact the Show on corkmusicstation@ gmail.com or on Text/WhatsApp 086 825 0074 or check out the Seán Radley Facebook. Happy listening! Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde and welcome to my weekly Report.
Well I have it, I have Covid19, tested positive five or six days ago. Earlier trials proved negative and how I dreaded the wait to see if the second red line would move along and put me among the condemned. For a day or two about a week ago I didn’t feel great so I ventured on another test, a move I didn’t take lightly because the word was out that testers were in short supply. To make sure of doing it right I didn’t spare my poor nostrils, followed the rules to a tee and waited and then low and behold the second line reddened up. This time instead of feeling any sense of alarm, I was rather more relieved. Glad in a way that the waiting was over and there was nothing to do for it but hope for the best, listen to the body a give it all the help I could to help it cope. Other members of the family ranging in age from 10 to 38, were already a week into their isolation and doing fine apart from headaches and stuffy noses. Now I’m the same. Having the advantage of my age I had the added guard of the booster in my system.