What's The Craic
What’s The Craic is Brighton's weekly Irish radio show with an eclectic mix of Irish music, news, chat and well known Irish guests! Live Mondays at 3pm. Repeats Tuesdays at 8AM, Saturdays at 1AM.
What's the Craic takes a look at relevant news, sports and events to interest the Irish community here in Brighton with a sprinkling of well known Irish guests [previous guests have included : Ed Byrne, Stiff Little Fingers, Le Galaxie and Packie Bonner] along with playing a mix of well know Irish songs and breaking brand new music from Ireland.
The show has also brought the very first 360 degree video radio sessions to the UK and Ireland in May 2016 with 3 amazing new Irish acts - one of whom became BBC Introducing act of the week on BBC Radio 1 months later.
To interact with the show, you can follow the show and its host on Twitter :-
You can also keep up to date with the show on Facebook: facebook.com/whatsthecraicrr or via the show's website - whatsthecraicrr.co.uk
If you've missed a show you can also catch up on the show's podcasts which are available on iTunes, Audioboom, Google Play Music, Stitcher, Acast, TuneIn radio and more.
If you would like to submit music to be played on the show, please contact us using the form below. Please note, this is an Irish show so we are only accepting music with a clear Irish link.
In May 2016 we hosted the very first 360 degree video radio sessions in the UK at the Radio Reverb studios. Check them out below.
Please note that if your browser is unable to load the videos, you can view the videos on a Chrome desktop browser, in the Facebook mobile app by searching Whats the Craic or on Youtube at : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_D2vCiW0awtRH1PrNXyrHA
Contact Anthony Martin
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