A Statement From RosFM Manager – 3 Aug 2021
The new station manager at ROSFM Community Radio Seamus Duke has said that the response to their recent appeal for new volunteers has been a huge success and has been over-subscribed.
“We had an overwhelming response to our appeal for new volunteers to join the radio station and we have recruited several new presenters and people to help out on the various shows. We are now in a position wherby anyone who comes to us now interested in working at the station will be put in a waiting list as we have to train the people who have come in.”
“We have started several new programmes and a new schedule for the station will be available in the next two weeks and will be published in the local media.” he said.
Seamus Duke himself returns to the airwaves with a current affairs/ community affairs programme ‘Good Morning Roscommon’ every Wednesday morning 9am to 11am.
“I am looking forward to going back on the air to the chat about events in the local community and the news stories of the day every Wednesday morning” he said
“A special feature of the programme will be a profile interview with well known local people who have interesting stories to tell. The first of those interviews will go out on the air on Wednesday the 11th August with Barry Molloy who recalls the All Ireland minor football championship win for Roscommon 70 years ago in 1951. Barry was captain of that team. The interview will be aired at about 10.30am on ROSFM 94.6.” he concluded.