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Community Radio Castlebar is celebrating on the double after picking up two national awards in Athlone recently.
A documentary, produced in Mayo, will be broadcast on Castlebar Radio station CRCfm on Monday evening, January 29.
Mayo Heritage Week agus Gnó Mhaigh Eo, will be bringing back, for one day only, the traditional bonamh and farmers’ market that took place for years on Rush Street, on Saturday next, August 26.
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.
After the success of the last two years' Bonamh Market in Castlebar, the organisers are delighted to announce that this year will be a two-day event. The fun starts on the evening of Friday August 19 at 8pm with the Piggy Grand Prix, followed by live music. The market will take place once again in Rush Street. The market is being run in association with Mayo Heritage Week, the 1916 Commemoration, Gnó Mhaigh Eo, and by Craftworks Mayo to showcase the best of Mayo products.
This week’s edition of the CRC 102.9fm current affairs programme Saturday Forum, which will be broadcast tomorrow December 12, will feature a debate on a side of Christmas which most of us, fortunately, never experience. For many people Christmas is a time of plenty, a time of joy and happiness, a time to celebrate and share gifts and glad tidings with our loved ones. But there are others for whom Christmas is a time of great worry and stress, a time when concerns about money and the basic necessities of life come to the fore.
To celebrate 20 years of broadcasting from the county town, CRCfm, in association with Green Room Bookings, will host a massive free family day and artisan food festival on The Mall in Castlebar this Sunday August 23, followed by an evening of quality blues music. Johnny Gallagher and the Boxtie Band, Mississippi Sheiks and Rusty Jacks will rock the Mall from 6pm until 10pm. Castlebar has been synonymous with blues music since the days of the Castlebar Blues Festival, so huge crowds are expected as the genre returns to the big stage on The Mall.