“Radio Treasures” Weekly Show is on air tonight, Feast of St. Brigid (Tues., 1st Feb. 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 9.45pm we listen to a wonderful Street Singer from Tralee. At 10.00pm we introduce a further recording of Éamon Kelly‘s very entertaining stories. At 11.10pm we broadcast Barry O’Halloran‘s splendid new song “Fly Like a Butterfly”.
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.
Welcome to the month of February. If you are feeling down or sorry for yourself today, then cast your mind back to this time in 2020 and again in 2021, what a sad lot we were with a worldwide killer on the loose and no hope of controlling it’s spread. The thumb screw was getting tighter every minute as the world leaders in medicine and politics tried to make sense of it all and find some common ground to build on. It isn’t over yet, at least now here we are full of cautious hope and plans for the future. Buíochas le Dia.
Today February 1st is St Bridget’s Day and what better way to spend it than to pray to her, our own treasured Irish Patron Saint and ask her to guide us through our new normal ways of life. St.Bridget was everybody’s friend but especially the people of rural Ireland and we have very few people today who have not sprung from the land soon or later. Many Irish people will either make or lay their hands on a St. Bridget’s Cross today made of simple strands of bogland rush, which they will hang up in the homes for the coming year and those who remembered to hang out a piece of cloth last night will treasure it in the same way.