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Exciting local radio drama production seeks eight male voices

Athlone Community Radio has put out a call for eight mature male voices to participate in the recording of a radio drama which has been recently awarded funding by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Obviously this might suit local actors but even if you have never acted on stage before but believe you have a good broadcasting voice why not apply for an audition.

Exciting local radio drama production seeks eight male voices

Athlone Community Radio has put out a call for eight mature male voices to participate in the recording of a radio drama which has been recently awarded funding by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Obviously this might suit local actors but even if you have never acted on stage before but believe you have a good broadcasting voice why not apply for an audition.

BAI launches investigation into RTÉ’s handling of defamatory Prime Time programme

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced that it is to conduct an inquiry into an RTÉ programme which defamed Ahascragh priest, Fr Kevin Reynolds.

Local radio play shortlisted for PPI award

The radio play, ‘A Time for Hope and Desperation’, written and directed by Rebecca Moran, has been shortlisted for a PPI Radio Award in the Radio Drama category.

award for Galway radio producer

Galway-based independent radio producer Mary Owens has won a silver prize at the prestigious New York International Awards for her innovative series celebrating Ireland’s maritime song tradition. The Sea in Song was broadcast by RTÉ Lyric FM and funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

International award for Galway radio producer

Galway-based independent radio producer Mary Owens has won a silver prize at the prestigious New York International Awards for her innovative series celebrating Ireland’s maritime song tradition. The Sea in Song was broadcast by RTÉ Lyric FM and funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

Corrib Gas documentary wins top European prize

A hard-hitting documentary from north Mayo has beaten off strong competition to take the overall major prize at Circom, the network of regional European broadcasters.

Top European award for ‘An Píopa’

Two prestigious documentaries for TG4 have beaten off strong competition to take a major prize and win a commendation at Circom, the network of regional European broadcasters meeting in Frederikstad, Norway.

CRC to broadcast the story of literacy campaigner Ernie Sweeney

Growing up in Castlebar in the 1950s and the 1960s Ernie Sweeney encountered a number of health problems which meant he missed periods of school over the years. This resulted in him falling behind and he had great difficulties with reading and writing. Being a member of a large class as was fairly normal in those days, he had little chance of getting any extra attention for his difficulties. Those were the days also prior to the presence of special needs teachers in schools. People like Ernie were often treated as being stupid and as result there was a huge stigma attached to the inability to be able to read.

John Count McCormack documentary on Athlone Community Radio

Athlone Community Radio proudly presents the broadcasting of the documentary The Golden Voice of Athlone, about Count McCormack, the greatest Irish tenor in the world.

 

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