• Would you like to relive Ireland’s showband boom of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s?

    Well, good news! Now you can, simply by listening to Showband Legends, a new weekly show here on Claremorris Community […]

  • Anthony McNicholas will host another special episode of The Way It Is next week. This hour-long program will be on ‘The Fodder Crisis’. It will be transmitted on Wednesday 14th February at 8pm and again on […]

  • This Saturday, Claremorris Community Radio will broadcast a special live show, to raise awareness for the project being undertaken by Lorraine Mooney, a local student.

    Lorraine will shortly be travelling to […]

  • Respect Words is a new ten-part series of programmes, produced and presented by our colleagues at Near FM, on the topic of hate speech.

    Each week, Near FM presenters will discuss various aspects of hate speech. […]

  • If you missed last Friday’s broadcast of John Kearns’s latest report from New York, you can now listen to it on out ccrnews Mixcloud feed.

    John, whose grandmother was born near Claremorris, is an author, […]

  • Recently, Claremorris Community Radio broadcast an hour-long special episode of The Way It Is, presented by Anthony McNicholas and produced by Bridie Sheeran, on the subject of making a will.

    In the p […]

  • Paul Daly is returning to Claremorris Community Radio.

    Starting this Saturday, January 27th, Saturday Brunch with Paul Daly will be broadcast live from 1-3pm each week.

    Saturday Brunch will be a lively […]

  • On Friday morning last, the second in our Western Care corner series was broadcast. In this episode, Catherine Lavery spoke with Teresa Ward, development officer of Western Care, and Pauline Brennan, HR […]

  • Tune in at 6pm on Sunday evenings to listen to our newest show host, Harry Morley, present his On the Offbeat.

    On the Offbeat features Harry’s selection of the best of modern, electronic music.

    The show […]

  • Wishing you and yours the very best for 2018 from all at Claremorris Community Radio.

  • All the best for Christmas 2017 from everyone at Claremorris Community Radio!

    We wish you and yours the best for the Christmas season and hope you have a great 2018 and beyond.

  • Catherine Lavery will host the CCR Children’s Christmas Special on Sunday, Christmas Eve, at 5pm. 
    This programme is an ideal ‘waiting for Santa’ relaxant, featuring children telling their Santa stories and a […]

  • During this Christmas season, CCR will air several special shows created by our volunteer hosts. These shows begin tomorrow, December 16th, and will be aired throughout the holidays, right up to New Year’s […]

  • Western Care Corner is a new feature on CCR.  Over the next few months, we will broadcast a series of short reports from and featuring the Western Care Association.

    The first of these features was broadcast as […]

  • It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our volunteer Catherine Halligan.  One of the hosts of our Good Morning Show, Catherine passed away last night at UCHG, following a short […]

  • To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Tesco opening in Claremorris, we will host an outside broadcast in the Silverbridge Shopping Centre, from 12 noon to 4pm, on Saturday 25th November.

    As on previous […]

  • This Saturday, Claremorris Community Radio will broadcast a new play by local playwright Pat Macken.

    Tin Whistle, a play about a changing Ireland and the arrival of ‘Bioenergy’, has been recorded by a group of […]

  • On Friday night, CCR will start airing a new series, Conversations with Seamus Ruttledge.
    Throughout the series, Seamus chats to a different person each week about their life and career.

    In the debut episode, […]

  • Please support our fundraising table quiz, which will take place in the Dalton Inn on this Thursday night, Nov. 16th, at 8pm.

  • Swifts are amazing and beautiful birds that arrive in Ireland each spring from their winter homes in Africa.  Alas, year after year there are fewer and fewer of them flying about in our skies.

    What can you do […]

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