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.


Everything Goes 09/01/18

On today’s ‘Everything Goes’ Ben Panter will be joined in studio by Noel Greene as we talk to Tracy Reddy from Mid-West Simon about the
psychological trauma children face in temporary accommodation.

Cora O’ Grady will be telling us about West-Clare Resource centre’s latest educational courses and Willie Healy from Body and Mind Fitness explains
the psychology of change.

As usual there will be a review of the local news, classic music and resident movie buff Jason Rath looks forward to releases in the coming
year.


Everything Goes – 19/20/17

Join Ben Panter, Rose Keane and Noel Greene for today’s Everything Goes. We talk to tenacious homeless campaigner Josephine O’ Brien and regular
guest Elaine Tubridy returns to tell us about murder most foul in ancient Clare. There will be new music from local artists Anne Rynne and Sean O’
Malley as well as classics and a hidden gem by Godknows from Rusangano fame.


Everything Goes 13/12/17

Join Ben Panter with special guests James Sexton who will be telling us about Kilmurray Ibrickane’s success at the County cross-country relay
finals and Palestinian musician Raed Said who will be sharing his music and talking about the situation in Jerusalem. As usual there will be a
review of the papers and the best music old and new.


Everything Goes 05/12/17

Join Ben Panter and Noel Greene for Everything Goes. Today’s guests include Anne Marie Flanaghan form the Clare Leader Forum talking about how
legislation affects people with intellectual disabilities and President’s award winner Naomi Carroll as she prepares for her ceremony in Dublin
tomorrow. As usual we will have music past and present and Noel will share some of his sporting expertise.