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Celtic Roots Radio 50 – 'How's she cuttin' now, byes?'

Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Belfast, Northern Ireland:  

with music from:

 

Siochana, (Newfoundland, Canada) - 

'Pirate Ship, (On Our Own

 

Kenneth & Angus MacKenzie, (Nova Scotia, Canada) - 

'Skylark's', (Piob Is Fidheall 

 

Laurel Wiley, (California, USA) - 

'Falling off your world',…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on March 17, 2012 at 22:01 — No Comments

New show on our Live365 Sunday schedule!

We've added a new show to our Sunday schedule, Jim O'Meara's Catholic Music Express - 60-minutes devoted to the best in contemporary Catholic music featuring artists from around the world, with an eclectic mix of music, artist interviews, and other inspirational features.

 

The show will run from 22:00-23:00 GMT (16:00-17:00 CST), repeating (for North American listeners) at 22:00-23:00…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on February 10, 2011 at 1:30 — 1 Comment

Celtic Roots Radio podcast 29 - 'Scotch Street, Irish Street & English Street'

Celtic Roots Radio 29 - 'Scotch Street, Irish Street & English Street'

is now available on iTunes, PodOmatic.com, etc. {:-{>

 

Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Belfast, Northern Ireland:  

 

with music from:

Mimi Burns Band, (Indiana, USA) - 

'Gypsy…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on February 9, 2011 at 1:38 — 1 Comment

Celtaire String Band

Greetings Raymond, Thanks for adding our Whiskey Before Breakfast to your podcast #28! 

Added by Betty Peters on February 6, 2011 at 22:04 — No Comments

Live365 Top 20 Charts added

I've added the Top 20 Charts on Celtic Roots Radio Live365 station for the past 3 weeks - as a new Forum category.

 

I've also added a few other Forum categories - check them out!

 

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Raymond

Added by Raymond McCullough on February 6, 2011 at 5:00 — No Comments

Celtic Roots Radio podcast featured on 'Blog Standard'

Celtic Roots Radio podcast featured on the 'Blog Standard' blog, run by Malachi O'Doherty - writer,…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on February 5, 2011 at 3:00 — No Comments

New Irish novel, Belfast Girls, by Gerry McCullough

Our Celtic Roots Radio podcasts have been sponsored recently by Belfast Girls, a brand new Irish novel - written by my wife, Gerry McCullough - and based mainly in Belfast, with visits to Dublin,…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on February 3, 2011 at 17:00 — No Comments

Promo CD and other ideas

By now, almost all of our artists will have received an email about 'Promoting your music via Celtic Roots Radio'.  Have you any comments, or questions, on the contents?  Let me know your thoughts.

 

Rick Garvin, from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has already recorded and emailed us a station ID (liner), which we have added to our playlist.  Thanks, Rick!

 

If you're posting to this blog, remember to tick the…

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Added by Raymond McCullough on February 3, 2011 at 13:30 — No Comments

Celtic Roots Radio podcast show now has 10,000+ downloads/month in 88 countries!



The 'Celtic Roots Radio' podcast show now has subscribers in 88 countries - the latest being Tanzania, in Africa - with more than 10,000 downloads of the show each month! The show is also airing at 8 pm GMT each evening on our 24/7 'Celtic Roots Radio' Live 365 station, (repeated at 8 pm CST for US listeners). …



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Added by Raymond McCullough on August 9, 2010 at 0:00 — No Comments

Ireland

Why is it that your whole life goes by and by the time you realize it you are getting to the end of it and haven't even done the one thing that you always wanted that is to live in Ireland as your Grandfather did for the first 20 years of his life in Co. Fermanagh near Irvinestown. I do still have family but have lost contact with them and can't find a listing of them so if you are reading this and you are related to John James Moore son of his mother nee Condy Formally of Co. Fermanagh please… Continue

Added by James (Jimmy) Moore on May 16, 2009 at 2:41 — No Comments

Austin Celtic Association

source: http://www.austincelts.org/
The Austin Celtic Association is a non-profit organization established to celebrate and promote Celtic culture through music, dance, language, theatre, sports, history, and the arts in central Texas. Since 1997, we have helped share the Celtic culture of Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Nova Scotia, Wales and other countries with Austin and central Texas. We are always looking for new members. Please consider joining our community.

Added by Lisa Sanders on May 3, 2009 at 19:54 — No Comments

Irish Aires Radio Show on KPFT-FM (90.1FM & on the Internet)

Irish Aires - Saturday: 6:00-7:00 PM.
Irish Aires is a music show that plays a wide variety of Celtic music from Black 47 to traditional Clare fiddlers. Weekly upcoming local Irish/Celtic community events are announced. Also, Irish Poetry, Irish language lessons & updates on the political situation in northern Ireland are regularly featured. More about the show can be found at: Irish Aires. Jay Dooling, Pete Little, Emily Standish, Bill Galbraith. [source: http://www.kpft.org]

Added by Lisa Sanders on May 3, 2009 at 19:47 — 1 Comment

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