National Community Radio Day: Live from Arthur’s Quay

WIRED FM and LCCR team up for special broadcast on the 17th of June.

The station will be on air from 9am-9pm, with an Outside Broadcast taking place from 12-8pm.

There will be several unique events taking place during the day, final year LSAD student Rachel Fogarty will broadcast a special sound installation piece as part of her current Sounds of Knocklong series.

Two new community based documentaries have been produced for the day by MIC media students. There will be particular emphasis on Irish music during the day with lots of local acts dropping by, such as Emma Langford who launches her debut the following night in Dolan’s. There will also be specialist one off live music programmes such as Mark Browne’s award winning Éir Play, and John O’Regan’s Eclectic Celt to name but two.

09.00-10.00      Left of the Dial – Alternative Sounds – Breakfast Special

10.00-10.30      The Irish Language Show

10.30-11.00      Wired In

11.00-11.30      Sounds of Knocklong with Rachel Fogarty

11.30-12.00      Cross Campus

12.00-2.00        Wired FM OB from Arthur’s Quay – Ray, Richard & Liam with live guests, including Limerick’s Emma Langford who is launching her debut EP on Saturday, June 18th.
2.00-3.00           My Kind Of Limerick People with Mike O’Connor

3.00–3.45          Wired FM’s Éir Play, Irish music and interviews with Mark Browne

3.45 -4.30          The Dark Side with Alan O’Driscoll

4.30–5.00          Community Focus hosted by Óglaigh Náisiúnta na hÉireann (ONE)

5.00- 5.30          Buster Mc Show, prizes, and an interview with Jay Red

5.30–6.00          Sports with Ronan, interviews with  Former International Rugby Referee Peter Fitzgibbion & Mixed Martial Artist Catherine Costigan

6.00 -7.00          Eclectic Celt with John O’Regan

7.00 -8.00          The Alternative Power Hour with Adrian & Vinnie

8.00-9.00           (Back to studio) Slice of Life, two new Wired FM documentaries from Leona McMahon, and Shane O’Carroll