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  • Glin Boxing Club Coolock

    Glin Boxing Club Coolock

    The team responsible for the Glin Amature Boxing Club in Coolock discuss the history of the Club and it’s place in the Community.

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  • Sri Lanka Music Project

    Sri Lanka Music Project

    Near FM/TV present Healing through Harmonies, an exploration into The Music Project, a cross community initiative which teaches classical music to Tamil and Sinhalese school children and is helping to build bridges between communities once divided by war in Sri Lanka. The story of The Music Project leads the producers to Colombo, Mullavi and Kurunegala in Sri Lanka, and to Belfast in Northern Ireland where striking parallels are discovered. A radio documentary on The Music Project produced by Paul Loughran […]

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  • More than a Rose Festival-Irish Wildlife Trust and Vox Pops

    More than a Rose Festival-Irish Wildlife Trust and Vox Pops

    NearTV’s ‘More than a Rose Festival’ broadcast from St. Anne’s park in Raheny. Our presenters chat to the public about the Rose Festival and their experiences on the day and also meeting with Lorraine Bull from the Irish Wildlife Trust. Please see linked video for more videos from this live broadcast from St Anne’s park, Rose Festival. www.neartv.ie. This programme was produced with the support of Dublin City Council and funded through the BAI Sound and Vision Scheme.

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  • NearTV Magazine Show Episode 6

    NearTV Magazine Show Episode 6

    In this months episode of NearTV Magazine Show we interview photographer Paul Kelly and have a feature on the Howth R.N.L.I. Paul Kelly Website: http://paulkellyphotographer.com/ Howth R.N.L.I. Website: https://rnli.org/

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  • 1916 – Northside Remembers

    1916 – Northside Remembers

    The people of Dublin’s Northside played a major role in the rebellion and to this day relatives of those who fought or died in 1916 still live and work in the area. In March 2016 Near TV visited local groups to witness their celebrations of the most important event in the history of our country and Near TV has put together this special programme as part of their contribution to the 1916 Commemorations. Of the 1200 or so people who […]

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  • NearFM Conference: Radio and TV as Learning Resources

    NearFM Conference: Radio and TV as Learning Resources

    Conference participants discuss the importance of utilising media as an engaging learning tool in education, and for society as a whole.

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  • Chester Beatty Library: Culture Night 2015

    Chester Beatty Library: Culture Night 2015

    NearTV caught up with The Chester Beatty Library to see what they had in store for Culture Night 2015

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  • NearTV Magazine Show Episode 5

    NearTV Magazine Show Episode 5

    In this months NearTV’s Magazine Show . -The final installment of SpaceTime Astronomy Ireland. Website; http://www.astronomy.ie/indexa.php -A short documentary on Kathleen Lynn at the Sean O’Casey Centre Sean O’Casey Centre Website: http://www.seanocaseycommunitycentre.ie/ -An insightful film panel discussion featuring Irish Film stalwarts Neilí Conroy & Terry McMahon Neilí Conroy IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0175846/ Terry McMahon http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0573084/#director & The NearFM sessions featuring Eoin Martin Eoin Martin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EoinMartinMusic/

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  • Communicating Europe 2015

    Communicating Europe 2015

    Near TV were in attendance at the Communicating Europe 2015 Debate in Coolock Library. We caught up with some of the panelists and audience members to hear their views on different topics regarding the European Union.

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  • Sean O’Casey lived here – A community remembers

    Sean O’Casey lived here – A community remembers

    2014 was the 50th anniversary of the death of Sean O’Casey and the residents of East Wall marked the occasion with the unveiling of plaques on Hawthorn Terrace where he lived and at St Barnabas Church of which he was a member, they also held a memorial at Abercorn Road where he lived for twenty years , this is the record of those events

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