Radio Free Eireann will broadcast this Saturday February Noon-1-pm New York time, or 5pm-6pm Irish time on wbai 99.5 FM and wbai.org.
Kate Nash of the Bloody Sunday Justice March, will talk about how a planned march by ex-British troopers in Derry was halted, and efforts in England to stop the long battle of the families to get prosecutions of those who murdered civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday.
We will be also reporting on upcoming St. Patrick's Day Parades beginning with the St. Pat's For All Parade, a new play at the Irish Repertory Theatre, and the latest on the BLACK 47 documentary.
This is a two hour special pledge program where listeners will be asked to donate to keep WBAI on the air and show the station managers how important our programming is to you!
Go To Radio Free Eireann's web site, rfe123.org where you can read written transcripts of last week's headline making interviews with Packy Carty about Saoradh, the new Irish Republican political party and Cormac O'Malley on the historic contribution of books based on Ernie O'Malley's writings and interviews.
John McDonagh and Martin Galvin co- host.
Radio Free Eireann is heard Saturdays at 12 Noon New York time on wbai 99.5 FM and wbai.org.
It can be heard at wbai.org in Ireland from 5pm to 6pm or anytime after the program concludes on wbai.org/archives.
Check our website rfe123.org.
Go to Radio Free Eireann's web site, rfe123.org where you can read written transcripts of last week's headline making interviews with Derry journalist Eamon Sweeney about Bloody Sunday and author and former Irish Republican Army member, Anthony McIntyre, speaking about the selection of Michelle O'Neill to lead Sinn Fein at Stormont, and a moving interview broadcast elsewhere with Dominic Og McGlinchey.