Wired FM team up with LCCR for National Community Radio Day 2015

Limerick City Community Radio is a not-for-profit Community Radio Station for Limerick City and its environs.

The station was licenced by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland on 99.9FM at weekends on a 15-week temporary broadcasting licence from March to June 2014 and is currently broadcasting online with plans in place to return to FM later in the year.

The output of the station, under the terms of our broadcasting licence, is mainly talk-based with an emphasis on local news and community affairs.

On Friday, 19 June, Richard Smith from Limerick City Community Radio will present a special breakfast show on Wired FM between 9-10am for National Community Radio Day.

We caught up with Richard to have a little chat ahead of the show. Richard Smith

 

What stations have you worked with prior to LCCR?

Various stations throughout the region, Dublin, and the UK.

What show do you present on LCCR, can you give us a brief description please?

I present Kickin’ Country, which is an American Country music show, on Sunday afternoons from 1-2 and I co-host Good Morning Limerick on Saturday mornings from 8-9.

Besides your own show, what are some of your other favourites on LCCR?

Eclectic Celt, Halfway House, and The Last Bus Home. They’re all on Sundays and info on the shows are on our website.

What are favourite music genres? What can we expect to hear on Friday morning?

My favourite genres of music are Motown and American Country. I’m still working out what I’ll be doing on Friday but it will be Irish.

Richard will be broadcasting from 9-10am on Friday morning (June, 19), 99.9FM in Limerick City, and streaming here.

 

Co-ordinated by Craol, the home of the Irish Community Radio Movement, Community Radio Stations across Ireland are scheduling a host of different events and activities to make June 19th a truly national celebration of Community Radio. See Craol’s Website for more information.