Claremorris Community Radio had its first members’ meeting of 2017 in the Town Hall on Tuesday night last. Members gathered to have an input into planning and strategy for the year ahead. The meeting also gav […]
The first volunteer meeting of 2017 will take place in the studios tonight, January 10th, at 7pm.
Here is the agenda for the meeting:
Welcome to new and longer-term members and to CCR’s new Development M […]
Happy new year everyone! Wishing you and yours the best for 2017.
CCR’s new year starts with a new show for our schedule. Bridie’s Irish Country will see the return to our airwaves of Bridie Sheeran.
The s […]
Happy Christmas to all our listeners, sponsors, supporters, members and volunteers! We hope you all have an enjoyable holiday and see you all in 2017!
Over the Christmas period, CCR will broadcast a feast of […]
For the second year in a row, CCR visited Scoil Naisiunta Muire Gan Smal and recorded the school’s choir performing a selection of classic Christmas carols.
You can listen to these local children performing […]
This weekend will see the broadcast of a couple of unique shows on CCR.
By special request, on Saturday at 11am we will repeat the tribute programme to Martin Casey, hosted by Johnny Kirrane, which was first […]
Listeners have the chance to listen to a classic creation from the CCR archive over the next few days when we will broadcast “I, Patrick”, a production written by and starring the late Martin Casey.
Unfortunately, due to a clash with another major quiz in the town on Friday night, the Interpubs quiz has been postponed once again.
Apologies to all involved.
It is our intention to run the quiz shortly […]
To honour Martin Casey, who passed away recently, this weekend CCR will rebroadcast two shows in which he features prominently.
Land of the People, a documentary dealing with the history of the Irish land […]
Your favourite pub needs you!
The first ever Claremorris Inter-pubs Radio quiz will take place on Thursday Nov. 10th.
Each of the town’s pubs will tune in to CCR on that night, with the questions being […]
Acclaimed Claremorris poet Pat Macken visited our studios recently to record a selection of his work.
You can now listen to Pat reading his poems in a 1-hour special, which will be aired on Saturday next, […]
Claremorris Community Radio is currently seeking to recruit a Development Manager.
Main duties of the role:
Ensuring that funding is in place to secure the ongoing development of the station.
The board of management of Claremorris Community Radio are delighted to announce that Pobal funding for staff has been extended until the end of March 2017.
This means that CCR will continue to provide a […]
So, you’ve probably noticed that Mayo are playing in a certain game next Sunday. Here at Claremorris Community Radio we’re getting ready for the big match!
If you’re home or abroad, be sure and tune into 94 […]
The next meeting for station volunteers will take place in the studios on Friday evening next, September 9th, at 7pm.
The plan for this month’s meeting includes:
finalising the upcoming Church Gate […]
This Sunday, August 28th, CCR will broadcast live from McMahon Park to mark the end of Heritage Week 2016 and the Claremorris Community Arts and Heritage Festival. Our outside broadcast will be on air from 1 to […]
It’s Heritage Week and CCR is doing its bit, as part of the Claremorris Community Arts and Heritage Festival.
Every day this week, at 9am, John Farragher will be in studio to inform listeners of the events that […]
Thanks to everyone who helped out with this year’s Claremorris Agricultural Show on Sunday last. Here are a selection of photos taken at our stand, as we broadcast live to the people of Claremorris.
CCR will be broadcasting live from the Athletics Grounds on Sunday, covering this year’s Claremorris Agricultural Show.
The timetable for the day is:
12 noon Eamonn Kelly
1 pm Michael Fox
2pm Dolores […]
Claremorris Community Radio have again been invited to do an outside broadcast at the Claremorris Agricultural Show, which takes place on Sunday 31st July.
We need presenters, helpers, people to man the desk s […]
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