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Broadcasters in Mayo have received €25,970 between them from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland's Sound and Vision Broadcasting Funding Scheme to create six locally focused radio documentaries.
On Thursday last, an enthusiastic delegation from Claremorris Community Radio travelled to Dublin to attend the signing of a new 10-year licence contract at BAI headquarters.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the allocation of €5.991m under the Sound & Vision 3 Broadcasting Funding Scheme to 126 radio and television projects, among them a feature length documentary on the Tuam Babies, to be entitled Limbo.
A documentary, produced in Mayo, will be broadcast on Castlebar Radio station CRCfm on Monday evening, January 29.
GRAHAM LINEHAN, the co-creator of Father Ted and Black Books, and the creator of The IT Crowd, will give a public interview at the FÍS TV Summit in Galway next week.
National Treasures project needs objects from Mayo to tell the story of Ireland over the last hundred years
Public history project National Treasures is calling on the people of Mayo to submit their treasured objects to help tell the story of Irish life over the past 100 years. RTÉ and the National Museum of Ireland are currently working together to create National Treasures, a unique archive documenting how Ireland has developed using ordinary objects treasured by families across the 32 counties.
Community Radio in Castlebar will continue to broadcast for the next decade at least after CRC FM signed a new licence with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland recently.
Community Radio Castlebar FM (CRCFM) has been awarded a licence by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) for a community sound broadcasting service for Castlebar and its environs for a ten year period running from this year until 2027
The Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Seán Kyne, has welcomed the allocation of some €865,000 to Irish language projects under the Broadcasting Authority’s ‘Sound and Vision Scheme’.
The final episode of the current popular TV documentary series, Building Ireland, will look at the Corrib navigation system and its canals, which aspired to transform Galway into a major industrial hub, as well as looking at how the National University of Ireland, Galway, came to be located in the city. The episode will air at 8.30pm on RTÉ One tomorrow (Friday) , and will be the final episode in the six-part series.