Schedule Sunday 27th November

9 am – 11 am The Sunday Morning Show with Ray Forde

The only way to start your Sunday morning.  Join Ray Forde for a trip down memory lane with the featured year showcasing the best of music, TV, film and news from the chosen year.  So don’t be rude and tune in !

11 am – Listen Up! Hear Our Voice! with Karen Mc Donnell, Bernard Mc Donnell, Michael Durcan & Catriona Canning.

Tune in to hear from presenters from the Ridgepool Training Centre.  Today’s show hear all about the presentation from the RSA and Karen’s advise to Tommy ahead of next Friday’s dinner dance! A lively mix of music from both country and pop genres to get you up and dancing.

11.30 am – 2 pm Conversation Across the Table with Christina Forde and Rosann Mc Donnell

Conversation Across the Table is a feel good show.  The show plays requests, listens to what our listener’s have to say and chat about everything and anything! We like to keep a positive attitude and pass it on.

2 pm – 4 pm Sunday Soul Session with Aine Collins

Sunday Soul Session is a show with lots of music with fun loving chat and updates on local news and entertainment from the Arts.

5 pm – 6 pm Nothing But Old 45s with Larry Kratka

Nothing But Old 45s is a show that plays memories from the 60’s and 70’s with a dose of major recording artists from the late 1950’s and even some tunes from the early 80’s. Each edition of Nothing But Old 45s also features lots of information about the songs and the artists. NBO45s is the kind of show you’ll find yourself tuning in to BCR-FM whenever it’s on. Yes…45 RPM records are used along with many album tracks. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I love doing it.

7 pm – 9 pm Rock On with Joe Hennigan

Tomorrows show I will be featuring the debut album “All Hell Breaks Loose” from Black Star Riders. The band are made up of former members of Thin Lizzy Scott Gorham and Brian Downey on drums. If BCRFM was a rock band Joe would be our front man!

9 pm – 11 pm The Classical Show with Paul Dixon

There is music for everyone on the Classical Show, from old favourites to the cutting-edge contemporary – and from modern times right back to the middle ages. There is orchestral music, chamber music, vocal, choral, opera, solo instrumental, electro-acoustic music – and a few surprises too. It’s a veritable box of delights, so tune in, sit back, and enjoy it!