RICC Radio Community Newsdesk

RICC radio's community newsdesk podcast is a weekly programme that will be available every Monday at 12 noon. The programme will feature all the news from the Ringsend Irishtown area. If you have any news or events you would like us to promote contact us on email at riccradio2020@gmail.com

Please allow 2 weeks lead in time as the podcast is pre recorded in advance. The Community Newsdesk is broadcast every Monday at 12 noon.

On the Community Newsdesk Episode 41 this week we talk with David Kelly from the All in a Row Charity regarding their fundraising event on the Liffey on Saturday 3rd December in aid of the Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit & the RNLI. We also feature Ringsend College with new principle Jonathan Walker joining us for a chat about the school and his ambitions for the future.

This Weeks Guests
Episode 41 - Monday November 28th - 12 noon

Jonathan Walker

New principle Jonathan Walker joins us for a chat about the school and his ambitions for the future.

David Kelly

Fundraising event on the Liffey on Saturday 3rd December in aid of the Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit & the RNLI

Tune In - Episode 40 - Monday 21st November - 12 noon

RICC Radio Community Newsdesk

Catch up on our - RICC Radio Community Sport Page/community-sport

Timewaves - Local History Podcast - Episode 6 - Tuesday 20th September @ 12 noon

Local History Podcast

Timewaves - A radio history of Dublin 4

Episode 6 - Timewaves - 12 noon

Want to hear a first-hand account of Ringsend during the Rising and the Lockout? You can hear all that, and much more, on this week's Timewaves, thanks to the generosity of the Mordaunt family in providing us with this recording of Julia Mordaunt (1901-1986).

Listen here: (Episode 6)


Urban Gardening, Food & Wellbeing Podcast - Episode 8 - Friday 14th October @ 12 noon

Urban Gardening, Food & Wellbeing

Join Tobias Gunning for the 'Urban Gardening, Food & Wellbeing' podcast. It's about informal knowledge production, having some fun and relaxing in a way that is designed to help you get in touch with nature. Tuning into the show has plenty of health benefits and is a social activity for the mind, body and spirit.
Urban gardening is a human activity used to produce edible foods and use plants that can learn to thrive in local environmental conditions. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages. plus you'll get to hear about what delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs are in season.

In this month's episode(8) of the Urban Gardening, Food and Wellbeing podcast Tobias will be  chatting with Anthony Cusack about minding yourself while living a life as a mature student. He also caught up with Matthew Shiels who enlightened me about communicating through song, musical vibrations and how music can act as a medium through which we connect, heal and express our innermost thoughts and emotions.

Listen here: (episode: 8)

Poetry Circle - Episode 14 - Thursday 1st September @ 12 noon

Poetry Circle

On the Poetry Circle this week Aine NĂ­ Chaoimh reads poems from the following poets- WB Yeats, Padraic Colum, Brendan Kennelly, Seamus Heaney, Paula Meehan and Dylan Thomas.

If you would like Aine to read one of your favourite poems please email Aine at riccradio2020@gmail.com

RICCYS Youth Voices Podcast - Episode 6 - Wednesday 29th June @ 12 Noon

RICCYS Youth Voices Podcast

Join us for RICCY's Youth Voices broadcast on RICC radio on Wednesday 29th June at 12 noon.

On episode 6 we hear from RICCYS Youth Services members who are in conversation with youth leader Stephen O'Connor discussing their lives and their ambitions & aspirations for the future.

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