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Join Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh Tuesday evenings from 6-7 pm on KCLR for The Arts Show, talking the latest from the world of books, music, film, theatre and that arts, all in association with Kilkenny County Council Arts Office and Creative Ireland.
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It's Brian Redmond's turn to take the St Canice's Credit Union #taste4atenner challenge to feed a family of 4 for €10 or less. Hear how he got on making Chicken Pizza and Pesto Pasta, a favourite meal in the Redmond house. Brian Redmond's Chicken Pizza and Pesto Pasta Ingredients: 2 x chicken breasts 1 x tomato 1 x Scallion 1 x pack of bacon bits G…
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Martin Quilty from the KCLR Newsroom takes on the #taste4atenner challenge with St. Canice's Credit Union. Adding a little zest this week with a Lemon Drizzle Cake that's sure to impress on any occasion and it comes in well below the €10 mark. Here’s what you’ll need, how to prepare the dish and at the end, have a listen to how Martin got on with B…
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The KCLR Daily producer Ethna Quirke was on to a winner with her Mac & Cheese recipe in this week's Taste For A Tenner challenge with St. Canice’s Credit Union. Ethna's Macaroni & Cheese Recipe: Macaroni, Cheese Sauce, Bacon bits, Grated cheese – mozzarella & cheddar mix, Breadcrumbs, Parsley to sprinkle Cheese Sauce: 25g margarine, 25g flour, ¾ pi…
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Shannon Redmond, presenter of The Home Run and Saturday Night Party here on KCLR is the latest to the plate for our #taste4atenner challenge with St. Canice’s Credit Union. Shannon Redmond's Cottage pie! (AKA: A hug in a bowl!) Ingredients: 500g lean beef mince 800g potatoes 2 Carrots 1 onion 1 pack shepherd's pie mix 1 pack of oxtail soup Method: …
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Aisling McDonald, producer of The Saturday Show here on KCLR is the latest to the plate for our #taste4atenner challenge with St. Canice's Credit Union. With all of this week's shopping coming in at €9.79, Aisling's been rustling up a hearty spaghetti dish, packed with meatballs and vegetables, ideal for a filling family dinner. Take a listen back …
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#taste4atenner returned from its Christmas break on Monday 8 January's edition of The KCLR Daily and the next up to the plate was KCLR's own Nathalie Lennon, presenter of The Saturday Buffet each Saturday morning from 7am. Ad advocate for all things health and nutrition, Nathalie's bringing a winter-warming lentil stew to the table, ideal for batch…
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Latest to take the taste4atenner challenge, and the last for 2023 before our Christmas break was the credit union's own John Galvin with his take on a Thai chicken curry, packed with vegetables, cooked in coconut milk and served with basmati rice.על ידי The KCLR Daily
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Brandon O'Leary from St Canice's Credit Union takes on the #taste4atenner challenge to serve up a creamy pasta dish perfect for entertaining. Check out the recipe below and listen on for all the details to hear how Brandon got on with Carrol in the studio. CREAMY CAJUN CHICKEN PASTA WITH CHORIZO AND GARLIC BREAD Ingredients and cupboard items: 1 pa…
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KCLR's Edwina Grace was next in the mix for the #taste4atenner challenge with her version of a favourite BBC Good Food Recipe. Check out the recipe below and listen on for all the details to hear how Edwina got on with Brian Redmond in studio. Bean and Pepper Chilli (BBC Good Food recipe tweaked) Serves 4 Ingredients Price - 1 tablespoon olive oil …
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On the show tonight, our final in this series, we'll meet Visual Artist and Educator Alice Bennett. She'll talk about Art in the Community, amongst other things, and read us a poem from her first collection. Our Artist in Profile is another Visual Artist, Bernadette Kiely who will talk us through some of what influences her work and key points in h…
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On this week's show, we speak to theatre maker Ita Morrissey alongside Mags Whitley to talk about something exciting happening in Roath House. Our Artist in Profile from a few weeks ago author Brendan Casey, we talk about his work and writing, and we hear a bit of his debut novel “She That Lay Silent-Like Upon Our Shore”. And we chat with Kilkenny …
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KCLR's station engineer Ken McGuire is very much a food lover and jumped at the chance to share a quick and easy recipe in our third #taste4atenner challenge with St. Canice's Credit Union. This is a tasty dish where, still keeping your shopping under a tenner, you could extend the ingredients to make 8 or 12 portions. You may be familiar with seei…
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KCLR Breakfast's John Walsh was next to serve in the Taste For A Tenner challenge, showcasing his recipe for grilled mackerel, with fresh beetroot, topped with a poached egg, all served on a soft sourdough bun and accompanied by some tasty roast baby potatoes. For ingredients and photos, visit kclr96fm.com/taste4atenner…
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On tonight's Arts Show, we reconnect with Kilkenny composer and performer Neil Quigley for a chat about his music career. Our book club returns with a review of the multi-million copy Best Seller, "Lessons in Chemistry" by Bonnie Garmus. Kate Redmond and Maresa Sheehan will share their Recommended Reads, and Maresa will treat us to one of her poems…
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The KCLR Daily producer Ethna Quirke is first to the plate for our Taste For A Tenner challenge with St. Canice's Credit Union as she presents Ethna's "sticky chicky" tray bake with a hint of Chinese five-spice, all to feed a family of four a hearty meal for under €10. For ingredients and photos, visit kclr96fm.com/taste4atenner…
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On this week's episode of 'The Arts Show,' Ciara Hayes shares her thoughts on the film 'The Miracle Club'. We meet playwright Mark Craddock, from Carlow Little Theatre Society, whose play 'Heiligenstadt' competes in the One Act Play Festival across the country. Joining Una in the studio for a conversation about the festival of Samhain was Sean O hA…
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On this week's Arts Show, our Artist In Profile is Kilkenny musician Neil Quigley and we’ll also be catching up with Sculptor Robert Dunne who we profiled a few weeks ago. The very talented local band Burnchurn will be joining us in studio and we’ll have a look at what’s coming up of interest over the coming week in Carlow and Kilkenny. The Arts Sh…
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On this week's show, we meet Kilkenny actress Amy Dunne and an artistic power couple who both write, direct and perform - Angela Keogh and John McKenna. We'll also have a look at what's happening on the Arts Scene in Kilkenny and Carlow over the coming week. The Arts Show with Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh,' brought to you by Kilkenny County Council Arts …
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Join Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh as she celebrates sculptor Robert Dunne in this week's Artist in Profile on The Arts Show. Later in the program, Una is joined in the studio by musician Patrick McGlynn and local actress Muireann Ryan for a candid discussion about their artistic journeys and the ups and downs of pursuing a career in the arts. We'll take …
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In this week's Arts Show, presenter Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh speaks with artist, writer and filmmaker Lisa Fingleton who has an exhibition opening this week for the Bookville Festival. We'll continue our profile of Inistioge-based author Brendan Casey, have the first of our Book Clubs where we discuss Liz Nugent's Strange Sally Diamond and we'll hear…
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In the second episode of The Arts Show, join your host Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh in conversation with the talented local writers Caoileann O'Mahony and Brendan Casey. Listen to a stunning performance of the St. Leo's College Chamber Choir, Carlow. Una discusses upcoming shows by The Unthanks and upcoming productions in Kilkenny by Carlow Little Theatr…
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The Arts Show returns for Season Two, Tuesdays at 6 pm on KCLR. In the first episode, Una Ni Mhaoldhomhnaigh is chatting to Kilkenny artist Pauline O Connell, profiling writer Caoileann O 'Mahony, hearing from Arts Officer Mary Butler about Culture Night, and celebrating a writer and a singer who both celebrate birthdays. The Arts Show with Una Ni …
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We look at the following on the final episode of Follow the Leaders: Anti-idling and the reasons for it with Carlow County Council's Climate Change Coordinator Jannette O'Brien. The smoky coal ban is explored with Carlow County Council Environmental Scientist and Waste Enforcement Team member Eleanor McDonald. Ruth Morrow of the Asthma Society of I…
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On this week's episode: We catch up with Acting Chief Fire Officer with the Carlow County Council Liam Carroll who explains how the fire service use rainwater harvesting and other innovative ways to be more environmentally conscious around their use of water. Fran Igoe details his role with the Local Authorities Water Programme and the future of wa…
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On this week's episode: Queen of the Universe National School teacher Tommy Cox gives us an insight into how Bagenalstown's young people are leading the way in their community when it comes to implementing biodiversity friendly initiatives. Husband-and-wife Liam Kelly and Anne Hutton chronicle their journey with the Carlow Beekeepers Association an…
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On this week's episode: Denis Malone, Director of Services for Planning, Environment, Building Control, Parks, LEO/Economic Development, Tourism Marketing & Veterinary Services with the Kilkenny County Council discusses the significance of repairing and reusing products. Lucy Stephenson of the Be Kind Project in Carlow speaks about how their work i…
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On this week's episode: We hear from local environmental activist Molly Ayelsbury on the need to move away from fast fashion. Maire George explains how second-hand shops like An Siopa Glas in Ballon are beneficial to the circular economy. Lainey Style founder and owner Elaine Scully speaks about the 'shop your own wardrobe' events that she has set …
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On this week's episode we hear from: Hilary Dempsey of SETU Carlow on how design and innovation can help the environment. Kieran Comerford of the Local Enterprise Office in Carlow on the work they do to support businesses in this area.על ידי Robbie Dowling & Deirdre Dromey
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On this week's episode: We hear from Carlow Local Enterprise Office's Seamus Doran on how businesses can reduce their waste. Eileen Doyle of the Cairdeas Centre in Tullow explains the merits of being a Food Cloud user. An Gairdin Beo's John McHugh on the importance of growing your own food. James Murphy of Murphy's Craft Butchers in Tullow looks at…
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On this week's episode: We hear from the Environmental Protection Agency's Odile Le Bolloch on the work that the EPA do to help with cutting down food waste. Dee Sewell of Greenside Up chats about the benefits of growing your own food. Colum Gibson of Clean Technology Centre Cork speaks about the need to reduce food waste.…
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On this week's episode: Stop Food Waste.ie co-founder Craig Benton details how we can support the environmental cause by composting and managing our food waste. Local activist Molly Aylesbury explains the issues with throwing out food.על ידי Robbie Dowling & Deirdre Dromey
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On this week's episode: Carlow County Council's Climate Action Coordinator Jannette O'Brien speaks about the council's efforts in supporting environmentally friendly forms of transport. Presentation College teacher Una Byrne looks at the #andshecycles campaign. Ballon National School teacher Bernie Mullins on the Green Schools Global Citizen and Tr…
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On this week's episode: Carlow firefighter Paul Curran chronicles his cycling journey. Carlow County Council's Director of Services Pádraig O'Gorman looks at the Active Travel Initiative. Former Carlow football manager Turlough O'Brien critically analyses cycling as a mode of transport.על ידי Robbie Dowling & Deirdre Dromey
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On this week's episode: Carlow County Councillor Andrea Dalton shares her story of changing to an electric vehicle and speaks about the initiatives by the Council to help promote eco-friendly transport. The National Transport Authority's Ian Gourley looks at the various ways in which the public body are making environmentally beneficial decisisons.…
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On this week's episode: Alex Hamilton, senior engineer with the South East Energy Agency, is back to tell us about the different ways we can make our homes more energy efficient. Local homeowner Fiona Donnelly tells us about the practicalities involved in amending a home to be environmentally friendly. Kilkenny County Council’s Environmental Awaren…
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Follow the Leaders is our new programme where listeners will hear from the people who are leading the way and have already made the changes necessary to meet the challenges posed by climate change, and who are taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint. Over the course of the series, we will be meeting individuals who represent the changes requi…
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Follow the Leaders is our new programme where listeners will hear from the people who are leading the way and have already made the changes necessary to meet the challenges posed by climate change, and who are taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint. Over the course of the series, we will be meeting individuals who represent the changes requi…
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The Arts Show: In this episode, Hugo was first joined by Carlow musician, Eric De Buitléar, who has appeared on the Salty Dog stage at Electric Picnic and is a well regarded songwriter in a number of styles. He discussed, songwriting, the lure of performance and his creative process. Joining us then was Mary Butler, Arts Officer with Kilkenny Count…
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Hosting the show for tonight, Martin Bridgeman spoke to musician and entertainer Jack L aboit his latest album "Echo On" (The full interview was originally recorded for Martin's "Ceol Anocht Show" and is available at this link: https://kclr96fm.com/ceol-anocht-interview-jack-l-27-11-2022/) Our Artist in Profile was Kilkenny painter Helena Gorey. In…
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Hugo was joined on the show by writer, broadcaster, polymath and Irish language enthusiast Manchán Magan, who spoke about his latest book "Listen to the Land Speak: A Journey into the wisdom of what lies beneath us" and how ancient placenames and mythology provided a sense of rich description to both the ancient and modern world, if we care to look…
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Naoise Nunn, impresario, political commentator, future thinker and family member of KCLR royalty, whose involvement in Cat Laughs, Kilkenomics, the intelligent bits of Electric Picnic, and Bram Stoker (with his brilliant wife Maria) makes him one of Ireland’s leading makers of festivals. We will discuss the shape of things in a post- plague world a…
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The Arts Show: In this episode, we are joined by one of the busiest men in the arts, Steve Walls of The Stunning which is a brilliant Irish band hat has lasted three decades and counting. Our artist in profile is another theatre maker - Christiine Scarry. She also is in fact a wearer of a ludicrous number of hats, including a reign as writer in res…
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We are joined by the everything-musician Ali Comerford in studio – everything because she seems to effortlessly lift any instrument up and be its master; and then the Lord gave her a voice too. Our Artist in Profile piece will bring us poet Nuala Roche, who works out of Kilkenny. We also hear the beautifully put words of one of trad music’s great p…
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Emma Martin, an Irish choreographer, on being passionate with your craft and how she describes herself as a dancer. We hear an advice for aspiring artists from Alec O'Leary. He also tells us about his craft. Faye O'Rourke of Soda Blonde gives us a glimpse of being in a band. Sunday Times Journalist Dolly Alderton on slow love.…
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We are joined by world-renowned wildlife photographer Doug Allan. This week's Artist in Profile is Orla Mackey who is born and raised in Gathabawn in rural North Kilkenny. Her writings show the rhythm of rural Ireland. Angela Dougan of First Music Contact and Music Journalist Jim Carroll tell us about the Regional Development Programme which helps …
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Pauline Scanlon tells us about Bird on the Wire, an 8-piece collaborative interpretation of The Leonard Cohen Songbook. We get to know Eamonn Maxwell, a contemporary art curator, advisor, and mentor. This week's Artist in Profile is Thomastown-based writer Gillian Grattan. Hugo Jellett spoke with David Mitchell at the Borris House for the Festival …
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At the Borris House Festival of Writing and Idea, Actor Jeremy Irons and Film Director David Puttnam chats about the future of film and cinema. Elizabeth Cope, a Visual Artist in Paulstown, on the importance of live audience for an artist's work. Artist in Profile: Ramon Kassam, a visual artist in Thomastown, talks about his art and being an artist…
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The Arts Show with Hugo Jellett in association with Kilkenny County Council Arts Office and Creative Ireland starts on KCLR next Wednesday 2nd November. Ahead of the show, Producer Ethna Quirke chatted to Mary Butler, Arts Officer with Kilkenny County Council about her role, her creative process and what the next ten weeks will bring to listeners a…
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