On this edition of Northside Today: Sandra Adams joins Adrianne Murphy to speak all about a new play, “Bring Me Back Alive” being staged at the Ballymun Family resource centre which deals with the effects of suicide on a community. Broadcast: 13/05/2019
On this edition of Northside Today: Adrianne Murphy is joined in studio by Colm Skwirbat from Howth who plays the blues on cigar box guitars, which are made by his talented father Jeurgen Skwirbat. Broadcast: 13/05/2019
Lakshmy is joined by Salome Mbugua, Head of Operations and Strategy at Akidwa. Salome is a researcher and gender equality activist and human rights advocate.
George Mulcahy is joined Live on the phone by Franzi O’Donnell, Acting Manager at Dublin City Volunteer Centre where they discuss the work that they do at the centre as well as discussing events planned for this week. It’s National Volunteer Week.
Listen in to this special broadcast for National Community Radio Day. We have Interviews with Declan Gibbions, Chair of Craol and Louise O’reilly, Sinn Fein spokesperson on health followed by John Nolan from Claremorris Community Radio with plenty of Live and Recorded…
On this edition of Northside Today: Adrianne Murphy is joined by Brian McLoughlin from Inner City Helping Homeless to discuss calls on Minister for justice Charlie Flanagan to allow an independent inspection of the Mosney Direct provision Centre. Broadcast: 03/05/2019
Today’s Journalism Degree Students programme is called “The Road less Travelled”, which was produced by Emma Power, Niall Sweeney, Sean Heffernan and Aidan Smyth. The Programme looks at how the Youthreach programme operates across Ireland as a safety net for those who…
Continuing our week showcasing the work of the media Students from Colaiste Dhulaigh, today we bring you a selection of Radio made by the final year Journalism Students in their Documentary module. This is an edited selection as we can’t fit the…
Catherine Stocker, Social Democrat Candidate in the upcoming local elections joins John to discuss her campaign for a seat representing the Clontarf area.
Tom Parlon, Director of CIF ( Construction Industry Federation ) joins John to discuss how certain attitudes towards the construction industry are leading to long term skills shortages.