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  • Radio Culture Night 2014

    Radio Culture Night 2014

    Radio Culture Night 2014 Culture Night 2014. The special broadcasts will take place from BLOCK T in Smithfield on Friday Sept 19th 5-9pm. The broadcast will go live by on Near FM Dublin South FM, Phoenix FM, West Dublin Access Radio & Raidio Na Life. This year we will be concentrating on the Heuston/Museum quarter The programmes will feature artists, musicians, actors, writers and museum and gallery curators to showcase the best of what Culture Night has to offer. As […]

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  • “Off The Shelf” Joe Byrne talks with Garry Mooney about his model boats

    “Off The Shelf” Joe Byrne talks with Garry Mooney about his model boats

    Joe Byrne talks with Garry Mooney about his model boat making hobby. First broadcast August 16th 2014  

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  • Outside With Near 2

    Outside With Near 2

    Near FM will broadcast LIVE from Santry Community Garden August 30th 2014 12.30-3.30 pm   Noel Mc Guinness and Leslie Murphy will present the 3 hour special, as part of OUTSIDE WITH NEAR, live from Santry Community Garden, with interviews from many of the volunteers and local organizations. Pop down and say hello and check out the many wonderful things on offer Made with the support of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

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  • Rock the Park 2014

    Rock the Park 2014

    Near FM and Dublin City Council are proud to present Rock the Park, a day of live music featuring some of Northside Dublin’s best bands in Fr.  Collins Park, Clongriffin on Saturday September 13th from 2pm. The bands represent both the stalwarts and the up & coming of  the Dublin music scene. Come down on the day to hear original Indie, Folk/Trad, Ska/Reggae and alternative rock music. The lineup is as follows: LIR – 5pm The Bionic Rats – 4pm The Rattling Kind – 3pm The North […]

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  • Nearfm at Beaumount Hospital Foundation Event “Honour Your Heroes Day”

    Nearfm at Beaumount Hospital Foundation Event “Honour Your Heroes Day”

    Debbie McMahon our Lifeline presenter was at Beaumount Hospital Foundation event ” Honour Your Heroes Day”    

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  • Dublin Mayor’s Visit to Nearfm

    Ciaran Murray with Lord Mayor Christy Burke   Noel McGuinness with Lord Mayor Christy Burke

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  • Sound & Vision this August

    Sound & Vision this August

    This August Near FM will be re-playing your favourite documentaries which were produced with the support of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Sound & Vision Scheme. For a full run down of the dates and times of broadcast please check the table below

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  • Europe on Air Programme 20 “Europe after WW2″

      Programme 20, the final programme in the Europe on Air series, took place on Thursday 17th July 2014 and looked at Europe after the Second World War. The guests were John Dorney, historian, author and co-presenter of NEARfm’s Irish History Show, Peter Cunningham, Treasurer of NEAR Media Coop and Jonathan Claridge, Head of the Political Section at the European Commission Office in Dublin.  

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  • Outside With Near

    Outside With Near

    Near FM will broadcast LIVE from The Rose Festival July 19th 2014 12.30-3.30 pm   Noel Mc Guinness and Leslie Murphy will present the 3 hour special, as part of OUTSIDE WITH NEAR, live from St Annes, with interviews from many of the exhibitors on the day. Pop down and say hello and check out the many wonderful things on offer Made with the support of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland     Interviews from The Rose Festival 2014

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  • Europe on Air Programme 19 “WW1 and the Irish Situation”

    Europe on Air Programme 19 “WW1 and the Irish Situation”

      Programme 19 of the series aired on Thursday 10th July 2014 at 4.30pm and looked at WW1 and the Irish Situation. The guests  were Cathal Brennan and Padraig Yeates, journalist and author, whose books include “A City in Wartime: Dublin 1914-1918”

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