Welcome To Connemara Community Radio
Welcome to the home of One of Ireland’s Oldest Community
Radio Station broadcasting to Connemara & the World from the studios in Letterfrack & Inishbofin since 1995.
Possibly the most interesting radio station you
will ever tune into. Find out more about our programming, our plans and
It’s also where you can listen to Connemara Community Radio on-line or download our podcasts
If you have news or a story you think would be of
interest to us here in Connemara, please let us know. Missing home?,
Why not send greetings to friends & family.
Short Story Competition 2018
West Wind Blows Short Story Competition for 2018.
The West Wind Blows Education Programme series is now available to download & listen to.
North Connemara Local Learning Network
Are you aged between 16- 30 years old
and living in North Connemara?
We need your help to plan our education
and training courses in the area. Please
take a minute to fill out our very short
survey by clicking the link below.
Connemara Community Radio polo shirts & T-shirts.
Connemara Community Radio polo shirts & T-shirts. Available to buy in all sizes
Visit our page on Where To Shop & Eat this in Connemara & Beyond
‘Come By The Hills’ CD available to buy
A double CD ‘Come By The Hills’ featuring some the best of Connemara talent is available to buy.
Artists include Fiachra O’Regan, Liz & Yvonne Kane, Mirella Murray of Cherish the Ladies, Marie Walsh & John Gerard Walsh, Michael Heanue, Tommy Kenny from Clifden, Barbara Burke from Carna, Annabella Lydon from Letterfrack.
Available to buy in local shops or from the link below.
RTE Radio 1 piece about Connemara Community Radio
Connemara Community Radio was featured on the ‘Today With Sean O Rourke’ on RTE Radio 1.
Guth an Phobail TG4 Clip
Connemara Community Radio were featured on Guth an Phobail on TG4 regarding the launch of the Connemara Community Radio CD called Come by the Hills. In Irish
Short Film Shot in 2007
This is a 16 minute video shot in late 2007 about
the radio station & the station volunteers. Made with the help of the Galway Film