A discussion with filmmaker/activist Declan O’Mahony about the Lee Valley and endangered nature in Ireland.
Interviews on Clonline
Wellness Week Clonakilty runs from 2-6 May 2017. The focus is on positive mental and physical wellbeing . Art classes, film, knitting, music, poetry, singing for everyone. And it’s free! An interview with Adrienne Adams and Theresa Tobin. Struggling with mental health issues? You can call the Samaritans 24/7 on[…]
Irish Wheelchair Association Documentary. An Ordinary Life. When Christina Kingston was a young girl in Clonakilty, she always dreamed of being a nurse. However, things didn’t turn out quite how she expected. This is her story. Produced by Clonline Radio, Teresa McShane and Chrissie O’ Brien in association with Cork[…]
Documentary Workshop: Jackie Maguire interviews Noel Lawlor of St. Vincent de Paul In late 2016, Clonline Radio, with the assistance of Cork Education and Training Board ran a 6-week workshop in radio documentary production at Clonakilty Irish Wheelchair Association. This is one of the documentaries produced.
Time To Tell : Many of us take our mobility for granted. Movement is freedom, the options are endless. Fintan McKahey talks to Marco Sabatini- Corleone about his experience of life before and after becoming disabled, and the unlikely path he’s taken to get here. In late 2016, Clonline Radio, with[…]
Eamonn Sheehy speaks to Sue Higgins from Amnesty International.
Barry O’Mahony talks to three adventurous lads who have been road-tripping the Wild Atlantic Way, raising support and awareness for Pieta House.
Fiona Ross talks to Lorraine King-Marshall about working on Game of Thrones, traveling and life!
Lorelle Shorten is a young West Cork film maker and writer. She talks to Moze Jacobs about Rihanna, directing, pets, dancing in the dark, and the Sims.
In this episode, Barry O’Mahony speaks to film & tv makeup artist, Fiona Ross, about everything from prima donna extras to pouring fake blood over vikings.