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Rain, storms, droughts, and you guessed it, even more cold spells could become the norm as climate change increasingly threatens to pose serious challenges for Galway city, that’s according to leading scientist and NUI Galway lecturer Dr Kieran Hickey who was featured in a new radio documentary aired this week.
Kilkenny city and surrounding area is to get its own community radio station within a few weeks.
Kilkenny Communications Co-Operative Society Limited expects to hear shortly from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland if their application for a 30-day Pilot Community Radio Licence has been successful.
The emergence of a new community radio service for Kilkenny City and its environs has moved a step closer, delegates attending last week’s AGM of Kilkenny Communications Co-Operative Society Limited, otherwise known as ‘Radio Kilkenny,’ were told.
A new radio station for Westport, West Coast FM, is expected to start broadcasting in February or March of next year.
The trials and tribulations of finding a teaching job in today's cut-throat market are to be aired in a brand new radio drama on Galway Bay FM next Tuesday, Augist 31.
Plans to progress a Westport community radio station are advancing well as the steering committee behind the venture is now set to meet with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
Following a well-attended public meeting a formal proposal will be submitted to the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland for a temporary licence with the aim of securing a full time community radio station in Westport in the future.
We headed to The Set Theatre for the opening night of Devious Theatre’s production of Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay on Wednesday last week. Another winner from Devious, who seem to be able to master any style of theatre at the moment. I vaguely remember seeing the play in The Abbey back in the seventies. At one stage a full sized car was driven on to the stage, complete with mobsters and machine guns. There wasn’t room for any such antics in The Set, but the ‘on again/off again’ saga of Dave Thompson’s moustache made up for that.
Independent Television Company Abú Media, which was set up 10 years ago by Pierce Boyce and sisters Eileen & Bríd Seoighe, has recently embarked on a new expansion plan bucking the trend in the current recession.