• Cliff Richard plays the Marquee in Cork on June 15th and we are delighted to announce that we have two tickets up for grabs!  Furthermore, the tickets come with a night’s stay at the four-star River Lee Hotel in […]

  • Between now and June 11th we are running a predict the score competition for the Connacht football semi-final between Galway and Mayo.

    Keep an eye out for the official entry cards which are located in several […]

  • This Saturday is Mayo Day, a day when people at home and abroad celebrate all that is good about this great county and its citizens.

    Here at Claremorris Community Radio we will broadcast several special live […]

  • Journey of Discovery returned to our schedule a few weeks back.  The shows in this year’s series are inspired by the annual Country to Country Festival that took place over three days in London, Dublin and […]

  • To celebrate Poetry Day Ireland 2017, Claremorris FM is broadcasting a special programme, Mise an File,  featuring poets either from Claremorris or with a Claremorris connection. You might be surprised to know […]

  • Coming soon to CCR, Sports Files is a 12-part series which focusses on the many sporting groups and organisations around the Claremorris area.
    Produced by John Whittle, each 15-minute programme profiles a club, […]

  • Last weekend, we were officially informed that Pobal, at the behest of the Minister for Social Protection Mr. Leo Varadkar, our contract through the Community Services Programme has been extended for a further 12 […]

  • CCR will shortly begin broadcasting a significant new series.  Equality Matters will focus on different sections of society, with each episode aiming to promote equality in our community.

    Hosted by Catherine […]

  • Thank you so much to everyone who took part in, or in any way supported our recent Radiothon.  The amount raised is being tallied currently and will be announced at some point in the week ahead.

    In the […]

  • Today’s the day!  The CCR Radiothon 2017 kicks off this evening at 6pm and will then remain on air right through until 9pm on St. Patrick’s Day.

    During that time the broadcast will include live music, a lot of […]

  • Sports Talk, one of the show’s most listened-to programmes, is broadcast on Sunday nights at 7pm.  The show features John Whittle, Austin Garvin, Billy Fitzpatrick and other guests discussed the weekend’s GAA […]

  • There’s less than a week to go to the 2017 CCR Radiothon, a fundraising event featuring over 24 hours of live radio.

    This day of live radio will be launched on Thursday, March 16th, at 6pm with a special 2-hour […]

  • We had a very busy Friday morning here at Claremorris Community Radio.

    First up, the students from the Boys’ National School talked about their ‘Walk for Water’ campaign and their class enterprise project. […]

  • Claremorris Community Radio is pleased to announce that we will be running a live, 24-hour-long, live fundraiser at the start of St. Patrick’s weekend!

    The Radiothon will see the station broadcast live for 24 […]

  • Ollie’s Jukebox is a new, chart-based request show, featuring all your favourite hits from the 1960s right up to today.

    It debuts this Friday and will be broadcast on Friday evenings at 7pm and repeated on […]

  • The organising committee of the monthly 25 Card Drive have very generously nominated us as the beneficiary for this month’s game. The card game will take place in the GAA complex tonight, March 1st, at 9pm […]

  • Girls’ Talk is returning to the airwaves.
    This is a show by girls and women about girls and women.  It will feature a lively mixture of chat, music, info and interviews, and will be hosted by Anne M […]

  • Ease into Sunday nights with a new show on Claremorris Community Radio.

    Smooth n’ Easy with Bernard Joyce will feature a relaxing music mix, featuring “more old than new” in Bernard’s words.

    The show will […]

  • After a decade in existence, CCR is stepping up its ambitions to serve the various communities of Claremorris and reflect the diversity and vibrancy of the area. To help build the station’s capacity to achieve […]

  • The second volunteer meeting of the year will take place tonight, most likely in the station. The reason for that vagueness is simply to do with the capacity of the CCR meeting room. So, there is a plan B – if […]

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