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  • Clare FMs Farm Focus - 8th May 2021

    Clare FM's Farm Focus - 8th May 2021

    08/05/2021 Duration: 21min

    Clare FM's Farm Focus - 8th May 2021 by Clare FM - Podcasts

  • Clare FMs Cúl Caint - 8th May 2021

    Clare FM's Cúl Caint - 8th May 2021

    08/05/2021 Duration: 22min

    Clare FM's Cúl Caint - 8th May 2021 by Clare FM - Podcasts

  • Sideline View - 7th May 2021

    Sideline View - 7th May 2021

    07/05/2021 Duration: 46min

    On this episode of Clare FM's Sideline View. Derrick Lynch chats to Clare boss Brian Lohan ahead of the 2021 National Hurling League opener against Antrim. Syl O’Connor & Tommy Guilfoyle will be along to assess where Clare lie among the contenders ahead of the 2021 season, while intercounty referee Rory McGann and All Ireland winner Colin Ryan cast an eye over the new playing rules that will come into force this weekend. We also hear of a possible boycott from the Clare Camogie squad over the controversy surrounding the structure of their season, and the story of a West Clare man undertaking four 10k runs in memory of his late son

  • Clare Means Business - 7th May

    Clare Means Business - 7th May

    07/05/2021 Duration: 24min

    Josh Prenderville chats to Shannon Chamber CEO Helen Downes after what's been a positive few months of jobs announcements in the town, what does the future hold for Shannon? He will also be hearing about how 75 percent of small and medium food businesses, including those in Clare, expect revenue growth in the year ahead with Director of Love Irish Food Kiernan Rumley.

  • Hindsight May 9th

    Hindsight May 9th

    07/05/2021 Duration: 45min

    On Sunday's Hindsight, Rebecca O'Sullivan looks back at some of the biggest and also some of the best stories of the week including the possibility that Shannon Airport may not see transatlantic Aer Lingus flights return until 2022, efforts to raise funds and awareness for Water Safety Ireland by sister of the late Jack Kenneally from Ennis, calls for incentives to encourage people to report those who illegally dump and vet John Underhill speaks of swimming with Dusty the Dolphin!

  • A Socially Distanced Darkness Into Light This Weekend

    A Socially Distanced Darkness Into Light This Weekend

    07/05/2021 Duration: 16min

    This Saturday, Darkness Into Light 2021, will take place in a very different fashion. The main fundraiser for Pieta House, normally involves a sunrise 5km organised walk. However, due to the public health guidelines, people are being encouraged to get creative and share one sunrise from their own locality. On Friday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Tom McEvoy from Ennis, Fundraising and Advocacy Manger with Pieta. Picture © Darkness Into Light

  • Cancer Survivor Warns Women To Be Aware Of Symptoms Ahead Of Ovaraian Cancer Day

    Cancer Survivor Warns Women To Be Aware Of Symptoms Ahead Of Ovaraian Cancer Day

    07/05/2021 Duration: 16min

    On Friday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to ovarian cancer survivor and oncology nurse from Tulla, Anne Murphy. Anne beat her cancer, but sadly lost her sister to the same illness. She's now raising awarness of the symptoms ahead of Ovarian Cancer Day on Saturday and in memory of her sister having just passed what would have been her 50th birthday. Picture © Cancer.ie

  • Will Transatlantic Aer Lingus Flights Return In 2022?

    Will Transatlantic Aer Lingus Flights Return In 2022?

    07/05/2021 Duration: 18min

    As first reported in the Clare Herald, there are fears that Aer Lingus may not resume their transatlantic flights from Shannon Airport until 2022. A document is rumoured to have been circulated which outlines plans for the suspension of the Shannon to Boston and New York routes to be extended until next Spring. On Friday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Independent TD from Scariff, Michael McNamara about this possibility.

  • Scariff Explore Possibility Of Reimagining Old Cinema Building

    Scariff Explore Possibility Of Reimagining Old Cinema Building

    06/05/2021 Duration: 08min

    On Thursday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Former Chair of Clare Tourism, Eoin O'Hagan about an exploratory meeting held last week into the possibility of reimagining the old Astor cinema building in Scariff.

  • Parental Advice - The Importance Of Play

    Parental Advice - The Importance Of Play

    06/05/2021 Duration: 17min

    On Thursday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Clinical Child Psychologist, Dr. Toby Sachsenmaier about the importance of play, the different types of play and why your child should explore.

  • Ennis Businesswoman Raises Funds And Awareness For Water Safety Ireland In Memory Of Late Brother

    Ennis Businesswoman Raises Funds And Awareness For Water Safety Ireland In Memory Of Late Brother

    06/05/2021 Duration: 08min

    In 2018, 15-year-old Jack Kenneally sadly lost his life in a drowning accident alongside his friend Shay Moloney, whilst swimming in an abandoned quarry just outside of Ennis. Jack's sister Danielle recently co-founded a new business called Wix and Wax, and for the month of May the proceeds from one of their products will go towards Water Safety Ireland . On Thursday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Danielle about her efforts to raise awareness about the dangers of water, following the loss of her teen brother. Picture Credit: Wix and Wax Ireland

  • Dee The Dog Trainer - Dog Aggression Top 5 Tips

    Dee The Dog Trainer - Dog Aggression Top 5 Tips

    06/05/2021 Duration: 01min

    On The Colum McGrath Breakfast Show this week. Dogs which guard items and food can be a nightmare to live with, it is easy to become emotional and potentially use aggression to get the dog to stop growling, which can worsen the issue. Here are Dee's Top 5 Tips to help prevent this from occurring with a new pup,

  • Vet John Underhill Swims With Dusty The Dolphin!

    Vet John Underhill Swims With Dusty The Dolphin!

    05/05/2021 Duration: 05min

    On Wednesday's Morning Focus, John Underhill from Burren Vets joined us to talk about something much different than usual - Dusty the dolphin! John was among the members of the Burren Scubaqua Club who had a friendly encounter with Dusty on a recent dive. He told Gavin Grace all about the experience. Picture Credit: Finbar Smith

  • Spancil Hill Horse Fair Cancelled For Second Year In A Row

    Spancil Hill Horse Fair Cancelled For Second Year In A Row

    05/05/2021 Duration: 05min

    On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Pat Hannon, Spancil Hill Fair Committee member, about the cancellation of the horse fair for a second year in a row due to the pandemic. The event would have celebrated it's 400th anniversary this year and was due to attract 10,000 people. Efforts are now focused on holding the fair as normal next year.

  • Significant Weekly Cost In Managing Clares Coastal Areas Over Summer

    Significant Weekly Cost In Managing Clare's Coastal Areas Over Summer

    05/05/2021 Duration: 17min

    On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace was joined by Fianna Fáil Cllr from Kilkee, Cillian Murphy and Green Party Cllr from Miltown Malbay, Susan Crawford to speak about the resources needed to properly manage Clare's coastal amenities during the busy summer period - including management of litter, facilities and enforcement of beach laws.

  • RNLI Mayday Mile Fundraiser

    RNLI Mayday Mile Fundraiser

    04/05/2021 Duration: 11min

    The RNLI is launching its Mayday Mile fundraiser. It comes as the charity's rescue figures for 2020 show that volunteer lifeboat crew at its lifeboat station in Kilrush, launched nine times and brought 11 people to safety throughout the year with three of those launches carried out in the hours of darkness. On Monday's Morning Focus - Gavin Grace spoke to Charlie Glynn, Kilrush RNLI Lifeboat Press Officer.

  • Financial Advice - Post retirement Options

    Financial Advice - Post retirement Options

    04/05/2021 Duration: 19min

    Your financial situation will almost certainly change when you retire. Your income is likely to fall, but your spending patterns often change because mortgages and other loans have been paid off. On Tuesday’s Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to Tommy Corbett from Carey Corbett Financial Solutions about spending your pension.

  • Shannon Group Call For Implementation Of Roadmap To Recovery For Aviation Sector

    Shannon Group Call For Implementation Of Roadmap To Recovery For Aviation Sector

    04/05/2021 Duration: 11min

    CEO Mary Considine is calling for the implementation of a clear roadmap to recovery for the aviation sector as the group focuses on recovery and rebuilding in what they expect will be "another difficult year for aviation and tourism". On Monday's Morning Focus - Gavin Grace spoke to Mary Considine, CEO of Shannon Group.

  • Dee The Dog Trainer - Submissive Urination

    Dee The Dog Trainer - Submissive Urination

    03/05/2021 Duration: 01min

    Submissive urination is when your young puppy pees a little, usually when excited and greeting new people or dogs. It’s a puppy’s way of saying “look I’m a tiny puppy who can’t control my bladder yet, please don’t hurt me”. It is normal puppy behaviour, which should stop as puppy grows older and gains confidence. Here are Dee's Top 5 Tips to help you cope!

  • Beyond Belief - Sunday 2nd May 2021

    Beyond Belief - Sunday 2nd May 2021

    02/05/2021 Duration: 01h00s

    Fr Gerry Kenny talks to a former Kilkee resident Peadar King, the producer and presenter of the RTÉ global affairs series, 'What In The World'.

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