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Saturday Supplement

Saturday Supplement – Every Saturday morning 9am-11amChanges: Frank explores ‘changes’ in a different theme every month. Themes vary from food, spring, football, education, climate, etc., etc., – a new theme each month.Life & Times: Second Saturday of the month. One person – living or dead. Might concentrate on ‘life and times’ or ‘issues’ or a combination of both. Programme has lots of people on the phone with anecdotes .. complementary or opposed views.Self-Help: third Saturday of the month. Community … a school … an industry … a voluntary organisation … small group … musical or theatre group … individual … talking about things they have done.Walk: last Saturday of the month. On the last Saturday of each month the programme is a walk which tries to give a sense of the place at that time. The walk can be in a garden, on an island or might take in an entire mountain ridge. Frank Lewis is accompanied by three or four people from contrasting disciplines, maybe a botanist, a zoologist, a local folklorist or historian or archaeologist, a geologist. The programme could include singer(s), poet, musicians (local songs or suggesting themes being discussed).

Saturday Supplement – September 12th, 2020

On this week’s Saturday Supplement, Joe McGill  speaks to winners of this year’s Ballydonoghue Bardic Festival Awards in what will be a morning celebrating...

Saturday Supplement – September 5th, 2020

On this week's Saturday Supplement Joe McGill speaks to people involved in a fundraiser for the Irish Lung Fibrosis Association and the Palatine Care...

My Kingdom 2K | Tralee – September 5th, 2020

Joe McGill speaks to well known Tralee man Mike O’Donnell as he describes his 2 kilometers in ‘Kingdom 2K’.

In Focus with Domnick Walsh – Saturday Supplement, September 5th, 2020

On this week's Saturday Supplement, Joe McGill is joined by renowned photographer Domnick Walsh for the new monthly segment 'In Focus'.Here are the photos...

Saturday Supplement – August 29th, 2020

This week, Frank Lewis is out and about in Asdee having a look at how the Asdee Heritage trail might be affected by the...

Kerry During Covid – August, 22nd, 2020

On the Saturday Supplement from 9am with Joe McGill we have a weekly feature called ‘Kerry during Covid 19’ with renowned photographer Domnick Walsh....

Saturday Supplement – August 2nd, 2020

On the Saturday Supplement this week, Joe McGill talks to people about their memories of their first day at school. We will also hear...

My Kingdom 2k | Portmagee – August 22nd, 2020

Storyteller and Artist Sean O’Laoghaire from Portmagee describes his 2kms

Kerry During Covid – August 15th, 2020

On the Saturday Supplement from 9am with Joe McGill we have a weekly feature called ‘Kerry during Covid 19’ with renowned photographer Domnick Walsh....

Kingdom 2k | Valentia

Joe McGill talks to Valentia man Dan McCrohan about the Beginish Island where his father came from

No new COVID-19 deaths, 274 new cases nationally

There have been no new COVID-19 related deaths reported to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre this evening.A further 274 cases have been reported nationally.166...

Kerry County Councillor claims footpaths in Caherciveen are in dangerous and shocking condition

A Kerry County Councillor has claimed that many of the footpaths in Caherciveen town are in a dangerous and shocking condition.Fianna Fáil Councillor Michael...

Castleisland electoral area has highest incidence rate of COVID-19 cases in Kerry this month

The Castleisland local electoral area (LEA) has the highest incidence rate of COVID-19 cases in Kerry so far this month.New data, announced by Health...

More Pre-Match Assessments from the Children of Killury NS – September 18th, 2020

Yesterday, some of the pupils of Killury National School in Causeway gave their assessment of Sunday's County Senior Hurling Final clash of Causeway against...

Kilmoyley Can Do It! – September 18th, 2020

The children of Scoil Naomh Eirc in Kilmoyley are in no doubt that their team can defeat Causeway and become the new champions of...

Go Causeway: That’s According to 9 out of 10 Drumnacurra Pupils! – September 18th,...

The children of Drumnacurra National School, Causeway were proudly decked out in the maroon-and-white of Causeway when Treasa Murphy visited them yesterday although there...