CCR is planning to run a level 3 course in Media Expression for volunteers/members.
The course, a QQI (FETAC) level 3 accredited program, will take place over 10 sessions in the coming weeks. More info on the course can be found at the following link: ccr946.ie/members/course-in-media-expression/ (login required).
If you are interested in this accredited course please contact Gordon or Allan in the station or by phone on 094 9373737. Places will be limited so hurry up and get in contact!
After the success of Culture Day, we have had requests from several listeners to podcast the documentaries that were broadcast. Good news – several of them are already available on our online archive, at mixcloud.com.
Currently seven of the documentaries from Culture Day are online, with the rest being added over the coming weeks.
Originally included in a long list of 15 podcasts, After the Fact survived a process which saw a shortlist of 10 being kept initially before a further selection saw just six podcasts reach the final.
After the Fact is broadcast each Thursday night at 7pm and features John Nolan as quizmaster, asking questions to team captains Andrew Newman and Lorraine Murphy and their ever-changing list of team-mates. If you’d like to listen to the show’s podcast, you can subscribe to in on iTunes, Feedburner or just listen back on the station’s account on mixcloud.com.
The Irish Blog Awards celebrate the best in Irish blogging, featuring 31 categories including politics, food/drink, photography science/education and blogs by Irish diaspora. The awards ceremony will take place in the Osprey Hotel, Nass, Co. Kildare, on October 12th.
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