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Ours to Protect on C103

We start our new series “Ours to Protect” which looks at ways how we can all play a part to tackle climate change

-       Within this discussion tomorrow we ask do you recycling correctly when it comes to food waste

-       We chat about retrofitting your home 

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    01:48:35
    Our sports commentator, John Cashman has a preview of the All Ireland Hurling final next SundayRaw sewage was pumped into the river Sullane at Macroom, causing major inconvenience to the locals. We talk to Dinger Murphy from the local fly-fishing club.Caroline Dunne from Weddings Online chats with Patricia about trends in modern weddings.The Mallow Arts Festival starts next week. Organiser, Tadgh Curtis has a rundown of what to expect.Our movie review with Mark Malone this week is Despicable Me 4 and Poolman
  • CorkToday 18 July 2024

    01:49:31
    The Irish Thalidomide association has rejected a letter from the Government as it did not amount to an apology to what happened to their members.Martina Kenny from ‘My Lovely Horse’ animal rescue does not agree with the Government ban on XL Bully dogs.Cllr Colm Kelleher has called for the ban of a semi-synthetic legal drug which has been said to cause psychosis.A masked man on social media can be seen threatening to kill Mary Lou McDonald. John Hand from the Irish Sun Newspaper reported on the threat.Three artists from West Cork are holding an exhibition at The Yellow Door in Baltimore. We talk with Majella O’Neill from Sherkin Island.
  • CorkToday 17 July 2024

    01:48:17
    Susan Grey from PARC, many of our road deaths are learner drivers who are driving unaccompanied.Paul Kavanagh from Fermoy Rowing Club on the funding delays for repairing the Weir on the River Blackwater.Dan Kelly, mental health advocate on the number of young people on the  CAHMS waiting list‘The Man from Nazareth’ comes to Dromahane Community Hall for one night only, we talk to Producer, Carmel Barrett.We talk to 17yr old Dillon Lynch who recently broke the record on the RUN 32 CHALLENGE with a sub 50 hour time.
  • CorkToday 16 July 2024

    01:56:16
    The Mallow Park Hotel is to be demolished after lying empty for 20 years. We speak with Cllr Liam Madden.Domestic violence can lead to victims becoming homeless; we speak the David Hall from Sonas Domestic Violence Group.The H.S.E. has reinstated the grant for people traveling across the border for cataract surgery. We speak with Michael Collins T.D.Barbeque season can lead to food poisoning if food is not properly cooked. Trish Twohig from Safe Food has advice on how to use a meat thermometer.Paul O’Shea from Garnish GAA tells us about the ‘Beast of Beara’ upcoming fundraiserFr Tim Hazelwood from Killagh, gives his views on the recent controversy surrounding Minister Colm Burke who was refused Communion at a Funeral Mass recentlyJoe Heffernan has advice on how to deal with gambling addiction
  • CorkToday 15 July 2024

    01:47:20
    H.S.E. workers have been asked to pay back overpayments they received during the lockdown.Sheena from Crowley's Music Shop in Cork is appealing for help to keep Rory Gallager's guitar in the State.Staff shortages are blamed for delays in City buses.Linda Plover tells us about the upcoming 'Joy in the Park' eventAnnelisse Dressell answers all your nutrition questions
  • CorkToday 12 July 2024

    01:47:17
    Transport Infrastructure Ireland has been asked to carry out a study to establish if a rapid bus transit system could be set up in East Cork due to continuing traffic congestion along the N25 We hear about the Healthy Age Friendly Homes initiative a first-of-its-kind programme to enable older adults in Cork to continue living independentlyWould you miss the radio in your car – newer car models are not looking to include the car radio !We look ahead to this year's Make your Mark on Cancer walk from the Viaduct to BandonOur Movie Review with Mark 
  • 7 additional trains will operate for the All Ireland Hurling Final on Sunday 21st July

    09:12
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  • CorkToday 11 July 2024

    01:46:45
    Is it time to hold Social Media Companies to account due to vile posts that are made about people by non-identifiable accounts Highlighting how some people are refused entry to certain stores due to having a guide dog with themWhy the electoral register needs to be relooked at to include those who were wrongly deleted and could not vote at the last electionWhy do we have nightmares and do they impact on our sleep – a sleep coach will join us to discussOur Vet Jane answers your Pet questions