My Finances: Solid Ground or Sinking Sand

We know the financial situation in Ireland has had a serious impact on many families. This series of programmes will deal with various financial issues, including new legislation & the Irish experience within the modern European and international context. There’ll be real-life stories of people who will tell how they…

Christmas by Injunction

Christmas By Injunction” takes us back in time to the “gold rush” in the Old West of the United States. We think you’ll find it’s quite an adventure with all sorts of colourful characters. So sit back for the next half hour or so with your favourite cuppa, and enjoy…

A Christmas Carol

A full cast of award-winning voice actors bring Charles Dickens’ timeless story to life as never before! Dramatising the struggle between earthly gain and eternal treasure, it challenges you to examine your own heart to re-evaluate where your treasure lies. The original, full-length audio treatment of this classic novel is…

Five Languages of Apology

Best-selling author Dr.Gary Chapman, author of the “Five Love Languages,” teamed up with counselor Jennifer Thomas for an eye-opening study of one of the most important, yet least understood pillars of human relationships: the apology. So, if you want to sustain healthy, whole relationships—or restore broken ones—we think you’ll find this programme helpful! You…

Alive and Living in Ireland

Our six-part series deals covers a wide spectrum of topics dealing with the sanctity and value of human life. During the course of these programmes you’re going to hear from a number of families, including the stories of single mothers raising their children. We’ll hear how they’ve coped, along with…

Amazing Grace: The story of John Newton

If you’ve been to County Donegal, you may have seen the signs that say, “Amazing Grace Country.” And while the scenery on the coast is absolutely stunning, it’s actually a reference to what’s been labeled, “the most-recorded song,”–“Amazing Grace”–written by John Newton. Like many other young men, John Newton was pressed into…

The Irish Abortion Referendum

There are very few laws it can be said with certainty have saved lives. The 8th Amendment was one: “The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as…

6 Features of a Father Figure

by Tracy Crump My husband, Stan, was just 7 months old when his dad died, and his mother never remarried. I have often wondered, How did Stan learn to be such a good father to our two sons? While a mother’s love is invaluable, boys need men to teach them to be…

7 Ways to handle Grief at Christmas

Often the anticipation of Christmas, like other anniversaries, is more painful than the day itself when it finally arrives. For the first Christmas, don’t try to recreate the old rituals. Do something completely different. If possible, get away somewhere. Even if it’s a disaster, it will be a different sort of disaster!…