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Transitioning From School to University: the Latest Episode of ‘The Way It Is’

Tune in Monday 4 pm for the latest edition of ‘The Way It Is’, on making that transition from secondary school to university.

Each episode of the programme takes a specific topic or issue and explores it in depth with the help of expert guests.

Join host Anthony McNicholas tomorrow afternoon as he takes a look at all the ins and outs of moving up from school life to college life – both in a practical sense, and in terms of one’s wellbeing.

That’s the latest ‘The Way It Is’ with Anthony McNicholas and guests, tomorrow Monday 16th September at 4 pm, on Claremorris Community Radio.

Snámhraic na Gaeilge i bhfarraige an Bhéarla

Pádraig Ó Catháin

Pádraig Ó Catháin anseo ag tabhairt cuireadh daoibh éisteacht le: Snámhraic na Gaeilge i bhfarraige an Bhéarla.

Furze Whins Gorse Aiteann Gallda

Seo scéal faoi shraith chláracha nua maoinithe do Raidio Phobal Clár Chlainne Mhuiris faoi scéim Fuaim agus Fís de chuid Údarás Craolacháin na hÉireann ón gCeadúnas Teilifíse.

Seo naoi gcláracha faoi na focail a mhair anseo i gceanntar Chlár Chlainne Mhuiris ón nGaeilge labhartha áitiúil isteach sa bhéarla a labhraimid.

‘Talkers’ – Harry Clarke

Éist le painéal áitiúil ag plé na bhfocal. [Mary Hambly, Robert Cosgrove, Sean Ó Conghaile, Bríd Heneghan, Máirtín Ó Maicín agus Colman Ó Raghallaigh].

Tagann ceol na sraithe ó Cillian Gallagher agus Éadaoin Ní Mhaicín, tallainn chumasacha áitiúla.

UIL Banne

Tá tobar na bhfocal seo á ídiú i gcónaí. Tagarmharcáil is ea an tsraith seo a rinneadhn le cabhair stairiúil daltaí Choláiste Cholmáin agus le cabhair ghníomhach daltaí Ghaelscoil Uileog de Búrca.

Bígí ag éisteacht. Tosaíonn an tsraith ar an gCéadaoin an 18ú lá Meán Fómhair ag a 7.00 i.n. agus ag an am céanna gach seachtain ina dhiaidh sin, ar feadh naoi seachtainí.

Sin, Snámhraic na Gaeilge i bhfarraige an Bhéarla.

Dul faoi na gréine Clár Chlainne Mhuiris

Insurance Ireland Spokesperson John Byrne on Government Efforts to Reduce Insurance Costs

The high cost of insurance has become a major political issue in Ireland and threatens the viability of businesses and community organisations across the country.

Government has sought to lower the level of insurance claims awarded in Irish courts. And it’s promised to get tougher on fraud and perjury in the courts. But will this be enough to lower premium prices?

To get the views of the insurance companies Mark Godfrey talked to John Byrne, spokesperson for Insurance Ireland.