Irish Radio Finally Starts to Shift Towards Parity, Diversity & Inclusion

>>>Rte 2fm finally reached 50/50 Gender Parity after 9 months, following the footsteps of sister station Rte Radio 1, the only Radio Station with total parity and diversity from the get go. 


>>>Galway Bay FM & KCLRFM become the first 2 Regional Radio Stations in Ireland to have an Irish female act as #1 in their Top 20 Playlist charts. 

>>> Dublin Station SPIN 103.8 becomes the first-ever Irish radio station to play 60% Irish female acts on their heavy rotation Top 20 Airplay charts and 40% Male. 

>>> Dublin stations 98fm almost reach Gender Parity at 35% Gender Parity!

>>> TIPP FM shift from 100% all Male artists on their heavy rotation playlists to 25% female!

>>>Today FM finally include the voices of Irish women in their Top 20 heavy rotation charts, reaching 15% female artists and #1 artist in their Top 20 is Lea Heart!


This gives us so much feel-good vibes posting this! 


Nationally: Rte 2fm finally reached 50/50 Gender Parity after 9 months, following the footsteps of sister station Rte Radio 1, the only Radio Station with total parity and diversity from the get-go. The parity also has reached superb diversity with 5 songs from the bipoc community included in the Top 20.


Today FM finally include the voices of Irish women in their Top 20 heavy rotation charts, reaching 15% female artists, still a long way to go, it signals positive change towards parity and inclusion with Soule still receiving plays on her hit ‘Love Tonight’, Elaine Mai receiving support on her new song ‘No Forever’ and Lea Heart leading with her song ‘Older’.


Regionally: Well done to Galway Bay FM & KCLRFM! They’ve become Ireland’s first Regional Radio stations to have an Irish female act – Lea Heart – as their #1 most played Irish artist on heavy rotation across their playlist in 2021, shifting the spotlight away from Dermot Kennedy, Niall Horan, Picture This and Gavin James along with predominantly 85% of male acts who lead the coveted the positions for the past number of years.  TIPP FM also made the shift from 100% all Male artists on their heavy rotation playlists to 25% female! Beat FM continue to shift towards change with 40% gender parity, WLRFM who were 100% Male are now at 35% Female and iRadio are now at 30% Female.


Irish Women In Harmony graced the Top 5 and Top 10 positions last year in a groundbreaking shift towards Irish radio including the voices of domestic female acts from Ireland on their heavy rotation playlists. But this groundbreaking shift signals big changes to come for the shift towards inclusion and parity among Regional radio. 


Why Not Her? welcomes the change and shift towards parity, diversity and inclusion across Irish Radio.


Founder and leader of the campaign Linda Coogan Byrne comments: 


“It has been 9 months of phone calls, zooms and emails back and forth with Irish Radio Programme Directors, Presenters, Producers and Heads of Music and it is so wonderful to see all the conversations that have been happening back and forth leading us to this historic point in Irish Music where the female voice and the voices of the bipoc community are now being heard across the gate-keeping platform of the Irish Music Scene; Irish radio. 


I know I haven’t been looked upon as anyone’s best friend in radio, and yes I have had some blacklists, threats and unsavoury messages, but it has all been worth it. After all, the only thing we are asking for as a collective, and me as a campaigner for Gender Equality and Diversity, is that womxn/women and the bipoc community of Irish citizens get the same fair and equitable opportunities white cis men of the Irish music scene have always got.  


Thank you for beginning to see sense and realising that equality and diversity is the core of any evolving Culture and choosing to be agents of change now and for the generations of emerging artists to come. What you have done here will always be remembered and long may it last. However until we have proper legislative and policy changes this can stop and go back to 100-90% all white male artists on Irish radio, and we can not let that happen. We look forward to working with our Ministers and TD’s in order to secure this change is lasting”. 

Legendary Irish Artist Jim Fitzpatrick Gives Solidarity to WhyNotHer? Campaign in Beautiful Art Piece

Legendary Irish Artist Jim Fitzpatrick, best known for elaborately detailed work inspired by the Irish Celtic artistic tradition, has given Why Not Her? a beautiful piece of art to use for the Solidarity Campaign that is being led with the simple hashtag #WhyNotHer which aims to elevate the voices of women and female-identifying people and reach a more diverse and inclusive landscape across Irish media, broadcasting and music.

Says Jim of the campaign:

I support #WhyNotHer and the efforts to end pay and gender inequality. It is ludicrous that in so many of our media outlets including RTE, our national broadcaster, a male presenter earns much more than any female presenter, that a male reporter get paid more than his female counterpart.

This ridiculous situation is not unique to RTE but applies also to so many of our national television and radio stations- and our other media outlets. I worked in advertising in the 60 and 70s where all were paid on their talent and ability, male or female.

Time to apply this logic to all media too. It’s way overdue.

Jim Fitzpatrick
Deer Goddess, associated with forests, the doe and fawn along with the arts, she is one of the most ancient of the Celt Goddesses.

Founder of Why Not Her? Linda Coogan Byrne says:

What a stunning gesture of solidarity from one of our most celebrated and beloved artists in Ireland. Sadv, The Deer Goddess, associated with forests, the doe and fawn, is one of the most ancient of the Celt Goddesses and is also associated with the Arts, which makes this so much more symbiotic. Her symbols are late-blooming flowers, red and gold items and rings. It is our honour to be given such a beautiful piece of art for the campaign from Jim.

Linda Coogan Byrne

YOU CAN PURCHASE THE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS HERE.

Editors notes on Jim:

During a period of childhood sickness, Fitzpatrick read and drew in bed, as well as his mother and great-aunt telling him stories of the Tuatha Dé DanannCú Chulainn and Fionn MacCumhaill.

Fitzpatrick’s earliest work was the graphic portrait of Che Guevara, which was based on the photograph by Alberto Korda, entitled Guerrillero Heroico, was taken on 5 March 1960. Fitzpatrick met Guevara 5 years earlier in Kilkee  during Guevara’s visit to trace his Irish ancestry.  Having initially tried to distribute the poster himself, Fitzpatrick chose to remove copyright from the image so that is could be used freely by left wing groups, stating that “I literally wanted it to breed like rabbits. I wanted it to spread.”

In 1978, he wrote and illustrated a book called The Book of Conquests, the retelling of a cycle of Irish myths, the Lebor Gabála Érenn. The book is a retelling of the legends of the coming of the Tuatha dé Dannan to Ireland and their fight with the Fir Bolg. The illustrations include intricate Celtic scroll work and knotwork, for which Fitzpatrick has become known. A second book, The Silver Arm, is based on the deeds of Nuada of the Silver Arm and Lugh in their fight with the Formor.

Fitzpatrick has produced artwork for bands such as Thin Lizzy including their Jailbreak album in 1976, for Sinéad O’Connor‘s 2000 album Faith and Courage, for The Darkness‘ 2003 single “Christmas Time (Don’t Let the Bells End)“, Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone‘s 2013 album cover The Underground Resistance, and took the photograph for the cover of Louise Patricia Crane‘s 2020 album Deep Blue. He was commissioned by CityJet in 2007 to create images reflecting Ireland’s culture, mythology, history and landscapes.

An Invitation to Action Plan for Radio

Invitation to Action Plan 2021: WNH? by WhyNotHer?

‘Led by music industry consultant Linda Coogan Byrne, global development executive Bernadette Sexton, and researcher and academic Dr Brenda Donohue, Why Not Her has now launched an action plan for Irish radio stations to implement in order to tackle the inequality.

Audiences want to hear more womxn on the radio, and artists want and need it too.

Irish radio stations now have an “exciting opportunity to become a global leader” by playing more high-quality music by womxn, and by including more diversity across their playlists.

In order to do so, radio organisations need to commit to equal representation on air, regular reporting of reliable data with measurable targets, and a commitment to be leaders and champions of change within organisations.

We implore radio stations and broadcasters to avail of the plan and incorporate it into their every day, committing to change.

Be the change you want to see in the world.

Irish Times Run Exclusive on New Gender Disparity ‘6 months on’ Report

You can check out the exclusive coverage that the Irish Times published on the latest Gender Disparity Report right here: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/music/radio-still-plays-staggeringly-shockingly-more-male-irish-artists-1.4463249

We would like to thank the Irish Times for their continued support and being on the right side of Gender Equality.

‘Radioactive’ – A Four Month Review of Irish Radio Playlisting

We can finally reveal the update on Nationwide radio support within Irish Radio since the publishing of the Gender Disparity Radio Data Report.

This report update covers the last 4 months – from June 24th 2020 to Oct 24th 2020.

In late June, while Ireland was gearing up to return to some semblance of normality, many people were hoping that the pandemic would remain the major news story of the year. This wasn’t to be the case, as we have seen with the recent upsurge in human rights, domestic abuse, and racism concerns. Issues of inequality have come once again to the forefront of our collective conscience.

The Gender Disparity Data Radio Report released on June 24th, gained the attention of many major publications and ultimately reached over 20 million people, trended 5 times across social media and moved over to the UK where Womxn In CTRL and Linda Coogan Byrne carried out a UK Radio report that has been viewed and shared to over 40 million audience reach, starting a National movement towards Gender Parity on the airwaves in the UK & Ireland in the Summer of 2020.

If the appetite for such a study could have been doubted before, it certainly cannot now. 

The analysis of airplay in the Irish report showed a dramatic disparity between the broadcast of male and female-identifying Irish artists in the Top 20 most played songs by Irish artists in Ireland from June 2019 to June 2020.

Four stations, FM 104, LMFM, WLR FM and South East Radio, had no female artists whatsoever in their Top 20 in an entire year. Of the remaining stations that did feature a female artist, most had just one woman in the Top 20. Womxn accounted for only 8% of the top 20 most played Irish artists across 27 music-oriented radio stations in the past year. The most played female act was also the only black artist featured in the entire report: Soulé. Yet her white male counterpart Dermot Kennedy received 80% more airtime that she did.    

Those with the power in radio stations have been asked a simple question: what can be done to implement change across Irish Radio? Change that creates a level playing field for both male and female acts.

In the months since the report was published, we have seen a considerable groundbreaking rise in Irish radio playing Irish Womxn on air. The landscape of Irish music has considerably shifted. But how much?

Let’s take a look….

Read below for the full update and percentages of airtime across Irish radio.

We have seen some significant historic moves from Irish radio in their support of domestic female acts and we applaud this!

Denise Chaila

Across National radio we see:

RTe Radio 1 are still the leaders on Irish radio at 50/50 split of Gender Parity! Well done!

Let’s move on to the others….

Irish Womxn being played on RTE 2FM is up by 35% to 45% ! And the increase of plays by the National broadcaster has truly seen a huge change for womxn in music across the country. The 6 womxn featured on heavy rotation include: Denise Chaila, Fia Moon (x 2 songs) , Wyvern Lingo (x 2 songs), Irish Women In Harmony, Soule, Aimee & Laoise

Irish Womxn being played on Today FM is up by just 5% to 10% with Irish Women In harmony and Soule being the only 2 womxn played on the stations Top 20. They never got back to us when questioned about their lack of support and our request for them to do better.

On the Dublin Stations we see:

Irish Womxn being played on SPIN 1038 was originally only 5% and is now up by 35% to 40%!!! Irish Women In Harmony, Kehli, Jessica Hammond, Tara Walsh, FiCat, Gemma Bradley, Ruthanne & Aimee being the female additions to their Top 20 heavily playlisted.


Irish Womxn being played on 98FM is up by 10% to 20% – they have played 4 womxn over the last 4 months on their heavy rotation playlist – Irish Women In Harmony, Aimee, Soule and Tara Walsh.

FM104, for the first time in a 5 year period, have 2 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on heavy rotation across the playlist which brings their typical 0% of Irish females on their top 20 highest played acts on their playlist to 10%, with the remaining 90% being still predominantly homogenised male acts. The two female acts being Irish Women In Harmony and Sophie Doyle Ryder.

Irish Women In Harmony

Regionally we see:

Irish Womxn being played on SPIN South West are up by 30% from 5% to 35% – playing Irish Women In Harmony, Jessica Hammon ft Marty Guilfoyle, FiCat, Kehli, Gemma Bradley, Ruthanne & Aimee.

Irish Womxn being played on Beat 102 103 was originally only 5% and is up by 25% to 30%!!! playing Irish Women in Harmony, Sophie Doyle Ryder, Aimee, Jessica Hammond ft Marty Guilfoyle, Stephanie Rainey ft John Gibbons & Denise Chaila, Sorcha Richardson & co.


Irish Womxn being played on Corks RedFM 104-106 is up 10% to 15% – they have 3 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on their heavy rotation playlist; Irish Women in Harmony, CMAT and Stephanie Rainey Ft John Gibbons.


Irish Womxn being played on Highland Radio is up 5% to 15% – they have 3 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on their heavy rotation playlist; OLivia Douglas, Una Healy & The Cranberries.


Irish Womxn being played on LMFM is up 15% to 15% (they were at 0%) they have 3 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on their heavy rotation playlist; Irish Women in Harmony, Una Healy and Sophie Doyle Ryder.

Sophie Doyle Ryder


Irish Womxn being played on Radio Kerry is up 5% to 10% they have 2 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on their heavy rotation playlist; Irish Women in Harmony and Roisin O.


Irish Womxn being played on C103 Cork is a non change at 5% – playing Irish Women In Harmony and no other female acts on their Top 20. They don’t seem to think here is an issue of gender disparity do opted not to change and be part of the solution.


Irish Womxn being played on Galway Bay FM remains at 15% with no change- playing Irish Women In Harmony, Cathy Davey & Clannad ft Bono.


Irish Womxn being played on Cork’s 96FM is up 15% to 20% playing Irish Women in Harmony, The Cranberries (x 2 songs) and Moloko


Irish Womxn being played on Limerick’s live 95fm is up 15% to 20% playing The Cranberries (x 2 songs), Sharon Shannon Ft Mundy and Sophie Doyle Ryder.


Irish Womxn being played on WLR FM are up 25% to 25% (they were at 0%) they have 4 womxn on their Top 20 most played Irish acts on their heavy rotation playlist – Irish Women in Harmony, Carrie Baxter (x 2 songs), Luz and Rachel English.


Irish Womxn being played on Shannonside FM & Northern Sound is still at 5% – Irish Women In Harmony being the only womxn on the Top 20.


iRadio are up 5 % to 20% – playing only 4 female acts on heavy rotation. – Irish Women In Harmony, Kehli, Jessica Hammon ft Marty Guilfoyle & Fia Moon.


Irish Womxn being played on Midwest radio drops 5% from 20% to 15% – The three womxn being Carmel McLoughlin, Lorraine McDonald and Brid Shaughnessy on their heavy rotation playlist.


Irish Womxn being played on Clare FM rises by 5% to 10% – playing Heathers and The Cranberries old catalogue releases.


Irish Womxn being played on Tipp FM remains at 5% – Sinead O Connor being the only womxn on the Top 20.

Irish Womxn being played on South East Radio rises 5% from 0% – Mary Black Ft Rte National Orchestra is the only woman on their Top 20.


Irish Womxn being played on EAST COAST FM remains at 5% – Sinead O Connor being the only womxn on the Top 20.


Irish Womxn being played on Midlands 103 rises 5% up to 10% – Irish Women in Harmony and Trudi Lalor ft Mick Foster being the only two womxn on the Top 20.


Irish Womxn being played on Kfm Radio Kildare is up 5% to 10% – playing Irish Women In Harmony and Sinead O Connor.


Irish Womxn being played on KCLR96FM is up 5% to 10% playing Irish Women In Harmony and Ruthanne.

Editors notes: For all future reporting: The term Womxn, used by some feminists, especially in the intersectional feminist movement, is one of several alternative spellings of the English word woman. It is used to avoid the spelling woman, and to foreground transgender, nonbinary, and women of colour.

RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta are committed to continuing to ensure that women get a fair representation in the music they play!

We are delighted to announce that after talks with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, despite the station not being in the overall Gender Disparity Report (as there was no available data from the station to draw from) they have been super supportive and active in getting to us a recent study done by the station and the results look fantastic and they have just made a commitment to continue to ensure that women get a fair representation in the music they play! This is a great moment for women in Ireland who make music, especially our indigenous, native language music and music from our folk and acoustic female musicians and acts.

CAITRÍONA NÍ BHAOILL, the Oifigeach Poiblíochta & Idirlín / Press Officer said the below statement and we are delighted to share with you:

We appreciate the huge importance of this topic, and we are supportive of female musicians. We have undertaken some analysis of our airplay data, based on IMRO returns.  This showed that women solo artists, or groups with women members, accounted for 47.6% of the music played on the station over the period of one week. 

CAITRÍONA NÍ BHAOILL
  • This analysis is based on IMRO returns for one week, from 29 June 2020.  
  • That week, there were approximately 35 music programmes, 55 hours of airtime.  
  • Logs were not available for 3 programmes, which covered 6 hours, so the analysis is based on 49 hours of music shows, 90%.  
  • 573 tracks were played in total, and 273 of those were from solo women artists, or groups with women members.   
  • RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta did not include the 3 request programmes in this analysis as it wasn’t necessary.   

We understand that the period in question in the analysis here is short, but this work had to be done by hand, within limited resources.  We are confident that it paints a picture of the airplay situation on the station in terms of gender balance on any given week. 

CAITRÍONA NÍ BHAOILL

On a related matter, based on the hours of music shows, the gender balance for RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s music presenters is 49% women 51% men.  

We are very pleased that this analysis affirms that RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta are doing well in terms of airplay for female artists, and we are committed to continuing to ensure that women get a fair representation in the music we play.  We would like to wish you well with your work to draw attention to the lack of representation for women musicians on the airwaves, and hope it will lead to a change for the better. 

CAITRÍONA NÍ BHAOILL


Why Not Her would like to extend our thanks to RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta for taking the time to put this data together and for being so open to supporting women in music in Ireland, joining in their sister station Rte 2fm in showing clear signs of support for women in Music in Ireland in the last number of weeks since the Gender Disparity report was published outlining the massive disparity towards women from Ireland’s music scene.

Go raibh maith agat!

Linda, Áine & RuthAnne


Rte 2FM Become Leading Game-changers in Irish Radio to support Female Irish Acts and Acts of Diversity

In June 2020 the Gender Disparity Data Report on Irish radio was published. It sent ripples of shock through the Music Industry as it showed the disparity that exists across the country on Irish radio towards female acts and bands. Barely any stations, bar Rte radio 1, had any kind of gender balance when it came to supporting women equally across Irish radio and some had 100% all male acts!

The study, conducted by music publicist and consultant Linda Coogan Byrne with the help of Áine Tyrrell on graphics, showed no female musicians featured in the top 20 artists played by four stations – FM104, LM FM, WLR FM and South East Radio – over the past 12 months.

Just 5% of the top 20 played artists on Today FM, Spin 103.8, Beat 102-103FM, Red FM, Cork C103, Clare FM, Cork 96FM, KCLR FM, KFM, East Coast FM, Radio Kerry, Live 95FM, Midlands radio, Shannonside FM, Spin southwest FM were female.

As and from today Aug 11th 2020, Rte 2fm have become the leading station to show solidarity and support towards its female acts and bands since the publishing of the report. They have now become the major agents of change in the landscape of Irish radio following their sister station Rte radio 1 who had 50/50 gender balance across their station in 12 month report.

Denise Chaila is the #1 most played Irish Artist on National station Rte 2fm in the last 6 weeks on its playlist

If you swipe the below image, you will see the 20% increase since June 2020, and the notable historic jump from 10% to 30% across the station in the increase of female lead acts on the heavy rotation playlist. Denise Chaila’s single ‘Chaila’ is the #1 most played song on the station by an Irish act followed by the Irish Women In Harmony cover single ‘Dreams’. This is incredible to see equality and diversity on Rte 2fm playlist!

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Adam Fogarty who is the new head of music at Rte 2fm and the presenters such as Tracy Clifford, Eoghan McDermot, Doireann Garrihy, Jennifer Zamparelli, Dan Hegarty, Stephen Byrne, Tara Stewart, Chris & Ciara and the entire crew of producers and researchers at the station for showing how the strive for Gender balance and a more equitable landscape at irish Radio can change when conscious decisions are made by the teams at Radio to support gender equality and diversity.

We hope as the agents of change lead the movement in reaching a fairer and more equitable landscape for Irish women in Music that other radio stations in Ireland will look at Rte 2fm and follow their lead and be on the right side of history and ask the question Why Not Her?

Coverage on the Gender Disparity Data Report On Irish Radio

Thanks to everyone who have shared, written about, posted about and supported this campaign so far. We have almost 20 million of a reach in under two months! If you’d like to read and subscribe to any of the papers/sites who featured – feel free to click the links below.

FROM MID-JUNE – PRESENT:

THE IRISH Examiner

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/female-musicians-get-a-tiny-fraction-of-radio-airtime-report-finds-1007022.html

Irish Times

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/irish-radio-failing-to-support-irish-female-musicians-report-1.4286738

Tony linked another article here: https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/music/what-are-the-best-irish-albums-of-2020-so-far-1.4291571

RuthAnne IV 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ruthanne-is-charting-a-new-course-q7xxpn078

THE TIMES UK IV W/LINDA

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/radio-stations-give-silent-treatment-to-irish-female-artists-dqv22sjfc

IRISH INDO IV/W LINDA AND RUTHANNE

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/all-the-female-artists-i-speak-to-say-they-cant-get-on-playlists-shock-over-the-huge-gender-gap-on-radio-39317401.html

Sunday Business Post Two Page Spread online and in print:

https://www.businesspost.ie/media-marketing/hard-stations-why-cant-irish-women-get-played-on-the-airwaves-12268e3c

THE LAST MIXED TAPE INTERVIEW W/LINDA

INTERVIEW W/LINDA JOURNAL OF MUSIC

https://journalofmusic.com/news/its-choosing-men-over-women-whatever-reason-i-dont-know-why-it-has-change-irish-female-artists

HOTPRESS ARTICLE

https://www.hotpress.com/music/new-report-reveals-shocking-gender-disparity-in-irish-radio-22820283

MALE RESPONSE ARTICLE ALSO RAN: https://www.hotpress.com/music/conor-obrien-alfie-hudson-taylor-and-more-react-to-report-on-gender-disparity-in-irish-radio-22821246 

Other mentions/inclusion articles : 

SOULE IV https://www.hotpress.com/music/irish-women-in-harmony-for-safe-ireland-soule-chats-dreams-22820586

SodaBlone IV

https://www.hotpress.com/music/irish-women-in-harmony-for-safe-ireland-soda-blonde-dolores-had-a-huge-part-to-play-in-the-way-i-write-music-22820913

Pillow Queens IV

https://www.hotpress.com/music/irish-women-in-harmony-for-safe-ireland-pillow-queens-dolores-made-our-dreams-of-becoming-musicians-attainable-22820260

INTERVIEW W/LINDA EVOKE.IE

Click here.

THE JOURNAL.IE

https://www.thejournal.ie/music-irish-women-5131737-Jun2020/

THE THIN AIR click here.

ENTERTAINMENT.IE

https://entertainment.ie/music/a-new-report-highlights-the-shocking-lack-of-female-artists-on-irish-radio-456164/

DISTRICT MAGAZINE

http://districtmagazine.ie/damning-new-report-highlights-appalling-gender-disparity-on-irish-airwaves/

NIALLER9

https://nialler9.com/a-new-report-shows-most-irish-radio-stations-top-20-irish-airplay-features-less-than-10-women-artists-or-worse/

MALE RESPONSE ARTICLE RAN ALSO: https://nialler9.com/male-artists-respond-to-the-irish-radio-gender-disparity-report/

EMPWR.IE

https://www.empwr.ie/post/female-musicians-played-90-percent-less-than-male-counterparts-on-irish-radio

BROADSHEET.IE click here

TALK OF THE TOWN

https://www.talkofthetown.ie/lmfm-criticised-for-lack-of-air-time-given-to-female-irish-musicians/amp/

GOLDEN PLEC

https://www.goldenplec.com/times-up-irish-female-artists-deserve-radio-play/

Musician.ie click here & here for the male response to the report

Create Louth click here

Amazing interview with Joe.ie w/Aine

https://www.facebook.com/manstuff/posts/3532910030076751

The Jam https://www.goldenplec.com/the-irish-jam-28-june-2020/

Connacht Tribune – mentioned in

On the right Trax IV w.Linda Read here

Limerick post click here