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> Subject: Radio Stations for Irish Music
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> > Eazal,
> > The first place you may want to check out is the Ceolas website.
> > Originally based at Stanford Univeristy in California, it has now grown so
> > large it needed its own webserver. It is arguably the largest website
> > devoted to Irish and other celtic traditional musics.
> > The URL is http://www.ceolas.org/ceolas.html
> > There are all sorts of links that might be worth exploring, including live
> > music around the world (including Europe, including Germany).
> > Too, there are international radio broadcasts of Irish stations available
> on the 'Net. For a list, try the following URL:
> For Irish music, I would start with Radio na Gaeltachta.
> Hope this helps.
> > Chris Brennan
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> > On Thu, 5 Nov 1998, //eazal wrote:
> > > hi all,
> > >
> > > any ideas ?
> > > There has been folk review on BFBS some years ago... But now ?
> > >
> > > Somebody out there who knows a radio channel which sometimes plays
> > > Irish Music ?
> > >
> > > greetings from Kirstin,
> > > who would be very very happy if someone could help her...