A two part radio documentary charting the never before told story of the disappearing Master of Portumna Workhouse which aired on the Galway Talks show this time last year has been nominated for an IMRO Award. The awards ceremony takes place virtually this year on Friday October 2nd
Produced, presented and edited by Caltra journalist Sally-Ann Barrett, ” In Search of Horrid Henry, ” tells the story of the young Master of Portumna Workhouse Henry Ogle who disappeared into the night in 1865 without a trace, never to be seen or heard from again.
Magnesium spray or powder for sleeping which works best, herbal remedies to help with study, Biotin for hair growth, and what is Chicory Coffee? Polly from Evergreen Healthfoods offers some answers. Polly also has advice for those with high cholesterol – that’s tomorrow on Galway Talks with Keith Finnegan round 11:30am. Join us for Good Health Naturally with Evergreen Healthfoods #TheSoundofGalway
Earlier this year…
You’ve seen Part 1, so now it’s time to announce the winner.
Happy Pancake Day Everyone! Go flippin’ mad and enjoy!🥞🥞
A very special thanks to Jacinta Dalton, Head of Culinary Arts & Service Industries at GMIT (Official), a woman with a great sense of humour!!
What happens when you put four Galway Bay FM presenters in a professional kitchen with a bag of flour, eggs and milk!
Flippin’ Pancakes that’s what! Keith, Ronan, Alan and Ollie took on our Perfect Pancake Challenge – Part One. Who do you think won first place? Watch this space for Part Two! 🥞