RICC Radio Community Sport


On RICC Radio Community Sport Episode 2 we are joined by Susan Walsh and Michael Mc Govern from the Crusaders Athletic Club who recently opened a new clubhouse in the Irishtown Sports Stadium. The event was attended by a number of the club's Olympians including Ronnie Delaney.

Episode 2 - Tuesday 9th August - 12 noon

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 Community Newsdesk Episode 25 we talk with Nicola Perry, manager of the community response project and Niamh Foley coordinator of the alcohol detox programme both at South Dublin Inner City Drugs & Alcohol Task Force (SICDATF). We also talk with Eddie Bohan who is hosting a historical walking tour of Ringsend pubs on the 13th, 14th & 21st August.



This Weeks Guests 

Eddie Bohan

 who is hosting a historical walking tour of Ringsend pubs on the 13th, 14th & 21st August.

Nicola Perry & Niamh Foley


Nicola Perry, manager of the community response project and Niamh Foley coordinator of the alcohol detox programme both at South Dublin Inner City Drugs & Alcohol Task Force (SICDATF).

Tune In - Episode 25 - Monday 8th August - 12 noon

Urban Gardening, Food & Wellbeing Podcast - Episode 6- Friday 12th August @ 12 noon

Urban Gardening, Food and Wellbeing Podcast

Urban Gardening, Food & Wellbeing 


Join Tobias Gunning this Friday 12th August at 12 noon 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 episode 6 of the Urban Gardening, Food and Wellbeing podcast Tobias will be chatting with Stefan Verstappen to get his take on how to develop a sustainable community that facilitates personal growth, problem solving skills, positive communication, safety and solidarity for the people living there. He will also be getting Irene Montgomery’s perspective on the benefits of getting out on the river Liffey for a bit of rowing. Irene’s passion for this competitive hobby is inspiring, she explains how rowing has a knock on positive effect no matter what age you are.  


Listen here: (episode: 5)



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.

Poetry Circle - Episode 12 - Thursday 28th July  @ 12 noon

Poetry Circle


Tune in this week to episode 12 as Aine recites the following poems :

1) I hate the cold weather by Kevin V
2) The Listeners by Walter De La Mare
3) The song of Mr. Toad by Kenneth Grahame
4) Civil War by Francis Duggan
5) How do I love thee by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
6) He wishes for the clothes of heaven by W.B. Yeats
7) Invictus by W.E. Henley

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




Local History Podcast - Episode 4 - Tuesday 19th July @ 12 noon


Local History Podcast


Timewaves - A radio history of Dublin 4

Welcome to our new history podcast called 'Timewaves - A radio history of Dublin 4'.

Join us for episode 4 which will be broadcast on Tuesday 19th July at 12 noon.

Did you know that both Shamrock Rovers and Shelbourne Football Clubs were founded in Ringsend. In this episode Turlough Kelly talks with Shamrock Rover's supporter Paul Clayton and to Shelbourne supporter Paul Byrne to find out more.


Listen here: (Episode 4)

https://anchor.fm/riccradio2020gmailcom/episodes/Timewaves-5-e1l7ues







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