The 2019 O’Mara Cup starts starts this weekend and Claremorris Community Radio is going to provide extensive coverage of the event.
Starting this Sunday night, the live Sportstalk show will feature reports from the weekend’s games, along with interviews with the managers and some of the players involved. This weekend, Billy Fitzpatrick will be reporting in person on Sunday’s game between Garrymore and Davitts.
Sportstalk is broadcast live at 7pm on Sunday evenings. It is repeated on the following evening, also at 7pm.
Paul Wright, who has previously delivered two workshops here on the Sound & Vision programme, is returning to Claremorris this evening, February 13th, to deliver a talk on “A brief history of grace in Ireland, from a community radio perspective”.
The talk will take place in the Dalton Inn and will begin at 7pm.
Here is the timetable of the workshop: First 55 minutes – speaker Paul Wright talks [using audio samples from past radio docs] Next 10 minutes – Q & A Next 20 minutes – refreshments break. Next 25 minutes – participants divide into groups in order to devise their rough-draft plan/ treatment for their own draft radio project focusing on a story of grace / “the best of human nature”. Final 10 minutes – Analysis of work done by groups and constructive feedback.
All participants will be given a hand-out, containing the essence of lecture/workshop.
Claremorris Community Radio has a vacancy for a part-time Income, Marketing and Public Relations Officer. The main function of this post is to increase the overall development of Claremorris Community Radio by increasing total revenues acquired by the station.