We talk to two members of the traditional band "Cuig" who played a set at the Tyrone Fleadh Concert at the Craic Theatre Coalisland
Interviews and features from Radio Coalisland.
Sutemos Youth Dance Group based in Dungannon, Co.Tyrone the group is made up of 13 young people aged 12-24 from five different cultural backgrounds together with young people with educational needs.
Philly McCann reviews the local GAA club scene and previews the quarter final of the Ulster Football Championship between defending champions Monaghan and Tyrone.
Brian MacAuley from Dungannon Enterprise Centre Interviews local celebrity and TV presenter Malachi Cush.
Philip McCann (@MoysPhillyMc) reviews the Tyrone Club Championship first round. Also Collie Fox Peter Burke and Declan talk about the defending champions Clonoe will fair against Errigal Ciaran at Edendork
Music teacher and performer Mairéad Duffy talks about her forthcoming gig in the Ranfurly Arts on Saturday 17th May @ 8pm and plays her own composition "One More Day". You can keep up to date with Mairéad on her website www.maireadduffy.com
Adrian Glackin from South Tyrone Empowerment Programme offers advice on Pension Credit
Adrian Glackin from South Tyrone Empowerment Programme talks about Income Support benefit
Cast members of the new Craic Theatre production "The Weir" Colleen O'Neill and Jim McKeown along with the plays director Laragh Cullen talk to Radio Coalisland about the show
Our social media manager Denise Donnelly talks about how she will be living on £1 per day for five days next week as part of a global campaign to raise awareness about now maleria affects people living in the third world. You can follow Denise's process via her blog at http://thedenisedonnelly.wordpress.com
Art O'Neill has for the past twenty years held a story telling session in his barn in the town land of Tumpher. The event is held to raise money for local charities and this year it's for the parish out reach project to Zambia.
Journalist Annamay McNally takes a look at what has been making the headlines in the local press.
Coalisland boxer Conrad Cummings talks about becoming a professional boxer, his career as an amateur and his ambitions for his future in the ring.
Adrian Glackin and Cathy Jackson fro South Tyrone Empowerment Programme with some advice on claiming sickness benefit and debt management
Jessica Maye is a Pharmacist working for Donnelly & McAleer Pharmacy in Coalisland. In this podcast Jessica gives some advice on healthy eating and diet.
Journalist Annamay McNally reviews the local press
Joe Morgan and Declan McGrath are founding members of The Castlehill Theatre Group which is based in The Ranfurly Arts and Visitor Centre on The Hill of O'Neill in Dungannon. We had a chat with the lads about this new group and about their current production of the one act play by Deirdre Kinahan "Melody" which played to rave reviews in both The Sqaure Box Theatre Dungannon and The Craic Theatre Coalisland.
“A Little Bitter” are a power trio they formed in 2004, the band are Jonny Armstrong Vocals/Guitar Darren Pilkington Drums/Vocals Seamy Donnelly Bass/Vocals To date the band have released two albums “New Dawn Evolution” in 2009 it and "The Blood" in 2006.
A bi lingual podcast by Éamonn Laobhán Ó Flannagáin talking about local place names in the Coalisland area.