Congratulations to Linda McAuliffe and the students of the Kerry ETB Radio Broadcasting and Digital Journalism Course who came away from the IMRO Awards with a Gold in the Short Feature Category, and a Bronze in the Digital & Social Innovation Category, for their innovative feature on the sounds of Kerry, called ‘Cluas Ciarraí’.
Their series, about the sounds and soundscapes of County Kerry, was inspired by students Barry O’Donnell and Dara Ó’Cinnéide – who are both visually impaired and who successfully completed the course this year.
Millstreet was also represented by Joanne O’Riordan who was nominated for her podcast on RedFM, and Ed Smith was there also with TodayFM.
Sincere thanks to Michael Cashman for arranging the technical coordination of the following feature (S.R.):
Mary Fagan of the “Horizons” Radio Programme on Radio Kerry visited Millstreet on June 9th last and was given a short tour of Millstreet by Seán Radley, which included the Carnegie Hall, the Millstreet Museum, and St.Patrick’s Church. She also interviewed Fr. Paddy Byrne (pictured right), and James O’Sullivan (on Tubrid). The programme also featured music by Donal Linehan, and a song from Annmarie O’Riordan. It was broadcast on Radio Kerry, Sunday morning July 31st, but the podcast only appeared today. You can listen to it below:
Mary Fagan presents the weekly “Horizons” programme on Radio Kerry from 9 to 10 every Sunday morning. And on this forthcoming Sunday 31st July 2016 at 9 a.m. the complete hour-long programme will focus on Millstreet following Mary’s visit to Millstreet on 9th June 2016. If you miss the live transmission you may also access it on the Radio Kerry Podcast facility. (S.R.)
Marie Twomey and Tom Goggin of the Millstreet Community Singers were on Radio Kerry tonight. Marie sang a Joe Dolan song “Jenny” a Joe Dolan song, and Tom sang “Phone Call to Heaven”. Listen to them in the video above (you may need to turn up the volume a little, and apologies for the poor quality audio).
Millstreet Community Schools Active Lenten Programme was featured on The Horizons radio show which aired on Radio Kerry yesterday morning from 9am to 10am (Sunday March 22nd). Noreen Moynihan interviewed school chaplin John Magee and the students about the activities (Fair Trade, Climate Change, Language and Culture) that have been taking place in the school in the last few weeks.
To listen to John Magee’s interview, go to Horizons “Listen Now” page. In the audio player, click on “Part1.220315”, and you can hear it from 00:40 to 5:26
To listen to the students talking about the projects, go to Horizons “Listen Now” page. In the audio player, click on “Part2.220315”, and you can hear it from 00:00 to 7:40.