Celebrating Nollaig na mBan on air today are Caoimhe O’ Malley, Aoife Ní Mhaoláin, Town Talk producer Edel McMullan, Marie Fay, Ruta Nomeikiene and Marissa Lucchesi. Dundalk’s Community Radio Station wants more women on air. To find out more you and a friend are invited to a Coffee Evening on Monday 23 January from 7pm to 8pm. Hope to see you then.
Dundalk FM would like to invite you to come along to a Coffee Evening on Thursday 8th September from 6pm to 8pm
Would you like to join Dundalk’s Community Radio Station as a presenter?
Are you thinking about a third level digital media course?
Do you have an idea for a music or community based programme or would you just like to see how programmes are made and meet some of our volunteers?
You will be invited to submit an idea for our popular weekly ‘Spotlight’ series’ – a one hour show about your favourite band or musician.
So that’s a date for your diary – Thursday 8th September from 6 at Dundalk FM Studios, Partnership Court, Park Street, Dundalk.
Looking forward to seeing you then.
Dundalk FM would like invite you to a free Radio Documentary workshop on Wednesday June 23rd and June 30th at 7.00 pm. Open to everyone that has an idea for a radio documentary. We will demonstrate how to record and edit audio. For further info email firstname.lastname@example.org. All welcome.
Radio Documentary Workshop 27 May 2015 - Download This Episode
On Thursday 2nd April 2015 the Dundalk Lion’s in association with Dundalk FM ran a coffee morning. We received 120 mobile phones and some people left in a donation. Thanks to the Home Bakery for the fantastic buns and cakes, we would also like to thank Marion and all the staff of the Community Offices, for keeping us supplied with coffee and tea. If you still would like to donate your old mobile phones to this great cause, you can leave them into Dundalk FM studio.
Dundalk Lion's Club Mobile Phone Appeal - Download This Episode
Multicoloured Leprechauns have been sighted arriving for the National Leprechaun Hunt in Carlingford this weekend.
Frances Taylor speaks to Caoimhe O'Malley about the National Leprechaun Hunt in Carlingford - Download This Episode
Blackrock Tidy Towns in association with the Louth County Council organised a Fix It Factory at the Community Centre on Saturday 21st March 2015.
As Larry Magnier describes in this interview with Padraig Quigley, the idea is to get people to think about recycling or ‘upcycling’ as he describes it.
There were experts on hand to have a look at furniture, musical instruments electronic and small electrical equipment, bicycles, jewellery, clothing and shoes as can be seen in our collage.
Bridgestone and McManus Tyres were also there to check your tyres and give you a written report.
There was free tea and coffee and fun activities for the children.
Blackrock Fix It Factory March 21 2015 - Download This Episode
The vinyl record is more than just a by word for cultural nostalgia. It has the capacity to trigger memories and convey emotion in the most personal way. It is weighted with symbolism, not just as a twentieth century artifact but also as a holder of many of life’s accumulated experiences. Love, loss, identity, ideology, all of life’s ingredients filtered through the treble and base of a turntable, an amplifier and speakers. This exhibition from Drogheda-based artist Brian Hegarty, I’ll Be Your Mirror (The Album Sleeve Project), was first shown in the Cartridge Gallery in Lapua, Finland in October 2014.
I’ll Be Your Mirror is an ongoing process that will see new works added each time the collection is shown, culminating in a final version of the project to be exhibited in the Ashford gallery in the Royal Hibernian Academy Dublin in 2016.
Runs until 4th April.
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