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  • Poetic Lives

    Poetic Lives

    Poetic Lives is a new 6 part series that follows the lives of 6 migrant poets living and producing their art in Ireland. Starting Thursday 28th of May 2015, from 3-3.30 pm and running until July 2nd. The series features poets Jennifer Matthews, Theophilus Ejorh, Nita Mishra, Nithy Kasa, Joseph Horgan and Ozgecan Kesici. The series is devised and produced for Near FM by Ignacio Irigoien. Funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

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  • Live Football from the Aviva Stadium

    Live Football from the Aviva Stadium

    On Sunday 17th of April Near FM will broadcast live the FAI Intermediate Cup final between local club Tolka Rivers and Crumlin UTD. Coming live from the Aviva stadium our coverage begins at 12.30pm (Kick off 1pm) and as well as the live commentary we will have interviews with coaches, players and fans of both clubs as well as FAI officials. We will be there for the entire match, so if it goes to extra time and penalties, you will […]

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  • St Kevin’s Boys Academy Cup – Live

    St Kevin’s Boys Academy Cup – Live

    As part of Near FM’s Northside Football 2 series, we will be broadcasting live from The Academy Cup on Saturday April 4th from 9.45am. This elite competition from the home of St Kevin’s Boys football club is a unique under 13 tournament featuring the cream of European teams at this age level. Near FM will broadcast two commentary matches along with many interviews with coaches, players and fans. Match 1 – 10am – St Kevin’s Boys V Benfica Match 2 […]

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  • Language Jewels

    Language Jewels

    Tuesday Jan 13th, 20th and 27th at 3pm “I’ve listened to the first Language Jewel and I’m not going to wait until this time next week to listen to the next one! It’s a really interesting documentary and you’ve arranged the interviews in a seamless manner.”- Dr Deirdre Kirwan, Principal , Scoil Bhríde Cailíní Language Jewels is a three part series which follows the experience of Scoil Bhríde Cailíní, a primary school based in Blanchardstown that has passed in a […]

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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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  • Telling our own Story

    Telling our own Story

    ” Near FM presents a four part radio series celebrating 30 years of community media on the Northside of Dublin “Since community radio emerged as a separate strand it has added to the plurality of voices that are on air it has also provided significant opportunity for people to develop their skills and it has provided opportunities for communities to access the airwaves…Nearfm was one of the first ones to embrace the idea that community radio was a community development […]

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  • Understanding Irish Muslims

    Understanding Irish Muslims

    This four part series tells the story of Muslims living in Ireland and demonstrates in a positive light how they embrace and contribute to Irish society. The series aims to improve understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims in Ireland and assist societal harmony. A general overview of Islam is given and the series also looks at the Irish connection to Islam through those Irish who have converted to the religion, the involvement of Irish Muslims in the Arab Spring, the Irish […]

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  • Feminist Heart

    Feminist Heart

    Feminist Heart is a 4 part series which deals with Ireland’s contemporary history from a women’s perspective with a particular focus on woman’s voices from our own area, the Northside of Dublin. Broadcasting Saturday March 8th (International Womens Day), 15th, 22nd and 29th at 3pm. It will look at events that were not only historical and social milestones, but which also made a difference in the way women were perceived in society. The show will do this through interviews with some of […]

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