Sunday 12th November Online from 11am until 11pm
11am Listen Up! Hear Our Voice
This weeks edition is co-presented by Martin Flynn, Aine Kilroe, Aileen O’ Hara and Ann-Marie Mc Hale will be kicking off the morning here on BCRFM, with some great music and banter.
12pm Conversation Across the Table with Christina Forde and Billie Forde
Starting back online with a show on positivity, some lovely sayings and music to lift your spirit and mood. I’ll also be chatting a little bit about angels. After all, a Sunday well spent brings a week of content! Be sure to tune in and get in contact throughout the show.
2pm Sunday Soul with Aine Collins
This weeks show will be full of great soul tunes, I’ll be introducing some old and new R&B to the mix, I have a new track from a local band ‘Van Archer’ not to be missed.
4pm Local & Global with Alan Lonergan
Ballina and beyond, a chat show discussing issues past and present connecting the town and the wider world.
5pm Nothing but Old 45’s with Larry Kratka
Nothing But Old 45s is a syndicated radio show featuring hits, 1-hit wonders and rare songs from 1955 to 1970.
6pm Sunday Serenade with Shireen West
My show this weekend is pure indulgence on my part – a trip down memory lane with the Crooners, plus some of my own favourites.
7pm Rock On with Joe Hennigan
Join me from 7pm for tonight, the show is all about Paul Rogers and the album released in 2000 “Electric”. Paul was the former lead singer with bands Free and Bad Company.
9pm The Classical Show with Paul Dixon
On this week’s show I’ll be featuring some of the great music written in memory of those who died in the two World Wars, but which also reaffirms the principles of peace. A great many composers were moved by these events, including Benjamin Britten – and I’ll be playing part of his War Requiem, along with music by Delius, Shostakovich and Vaughan Williams. As always, there will also be music by Irish composers and performers, local arts news, and perhaps a bit of poetry here and there. So tune in and join me Sunday evening, and enjoy some of the twentieth century’s most powerful music.