Everything Goes 06/03/18

I’m Ben Panter with Noel Greene and today we are joined by our latest recruit, budding reporter Caitlyn O Connor.

On Today’s show we talk to Martina Flaherty from BabyDog rescue who tells us a bit about her work.

We talk to Orla McMahon as she prepares for a birdwatching presentation in Glor and West Clare musician Anne Rynne tells us about a nationwide movement of musicians seeking constitutional change around homelessness. Listen live at 1pm!

Everything Goes – 27/02/18

Good afternoon to everybody on this clear and cold spring morning…You’re listening to RCB this is everything goes. With Storm Emma approaching we
will be talking to Theresa O Donohoe about how communities can best prepare for extreme events.
With Direct Provision coming to Lisdoonvarna we feature a peace highlighting the extraordinary suffering that Women and children Asylum seekers have to endure to make it to these shores.

We have some classic songs, the usual round up of news plus much
more…Join Noel Greene and Ben Panter at 1pm

Everything Goes – 20/02/18

On Today’s Everything Goes we speak to a Clare woman who’s experience with childhood abuse led her to start a Facebook page for survivors that is
rapidly becoming a national movement. Following Ireland’s inaugural Appalachian Gathering we explore the history of the music and interview
the organizers of the event. As usual we review the local news and play some classic songs.

Everything Goes – 15-02-18

For today on Everything goes, hosting is taken over by Journalist students and work experience participents Fionn Murphy and Gayle Montgomery who discuss news both local and international, and an interview is conducted with local buisnessman and public speaker Cillian Murphy on sustainable tourism.

Everything Goes – 06/02/18

On today’s show we speak to a Kilkee man who is appealing a fine for cultivating cannabis on the grounds that he believes the law surrounding
growing for personal consumption is unjust.

Maeve Collins from Artists for Accountability and Transparency, an action group set up over concerns that local artists have not been consulted in
the councils largest single expenditure towards public arts gives us her views and budding journalist Cali Herbert steps in for Elaine Tubridy as
he gives his insight into the goings on within the Clare Echo office.
As usual we will review the days papers and play the best of old and new music from home and abroad.

Radio Beams – Clare Language Centre

From the 4 corners of Clare. Full of colour, life, fun, human stories of conquests, and achievements. From all walks of life in Clare.
Dermot brings a unique inside to people activities and life in Clare.
Not afraid to challenge the norms, asks the hard question and bring humour to the story.
Dermot covers stories that never may get air time on any station and his relaxed way of finding out the issues that bother people. Listeners from all ages and back round find his tones easy listening.
You can tune in each Tuesday at 3.30 and repeated on a Friday.