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Hello I made some piano music, they are sauceylicious tuner served with electronic sauce and for desert I give you Apple pie, from The Garage Band Industry Warehouse Located in: One Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014 Enjoy! *High five*

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6. Where The Road Takes Me - Psychic Karina Collins

  • Published: 2017-01-09T11:51:59Z
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Where The Road Takes Me - Psychic Karina Collins

We are often told to be careful of what we wish for, as it might just come true. In Chinese astrology, we have just entered the year of the Rooster, and by adapting some of the simple rules of the laws of attraction, anything we do wish for in 2017 could materialise. That’s according to West Cork based Psychic Tarot reader Karina Collins who John Greene meets up with in this week’s edition of ‘Where the road takes me’. Karina boasts 180,000 followers on facebook, and has a worldwide online clientele which includes Hollywood actors and directors. Karina is also a paranormal researcher, investigating evidence of the afterlife. Tarot cards, Ouija boards, séances, near death experiences, reincarnation and life in the spirit world are all up for discussion on this week’s programme. We look at the significance of the year of the Rooster, and why there were so many celebrity deaths during 2016. In her investigations into the afterlife, Karina is currently trying to perfect ITC (Instrumental Trans-Communication), a relatively new concept in afterlife communication. It has been enhanced and perfected by a Brazilian researcher – Sonia Rinaldi. We get to listen to both ladies recorded conversations with the afterlife. (One of these recordings may be upsetting for parents who have lost a child due to illness or accident) As always we give you the information without making claims, but the final decision on it all belongs to you – our listeners.

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7. WTRTM Sun 12th Feb 2017 With John Greene - Psychic Tarot Reader Karina Collins

  • Published: 2017-02-12T21:26:16Z
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WTRTM Sun 12th Feb 2017 With John Greene - Psychic Tarot Reader Karina Collins

Three and a half thousand people who missed the programme, logged onto our website to hear the podcast of her last guest spot on ‘Where the road takes me’. So to say that West Cork based psychic tarot reader and paranormal investigator Karina Collins is back by popular demand, is not a cliché but a fact. This week…………. A step by step guide as to what happens when the soul leaves the body after death and heads for the spirit world. In fact it is not uncommon for the soul to ‘jump ship’ and leave the body a few moments before death. Past lives and re-incarnation, and the 2000 proven case studies of children who spoke about their past lives. The children as young as six gave information about members of their families in a past life, which was later investigated and verified by their parents, and researchers. A brief history of Tarot cards which goes back to the 15th century. We discover that they are not as scary as they look, and there is much more to them, than just predicting the future. And…… Recent ground breaking studies which show the power of prayer to heal. Why it is within everybody’s grasp to heal, but why most people do it incorrectly. Karina tells us how…….

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8. C103 ReelWorld Jingles 2016

C103 ReelWorld Jingles 2016

C103 shines like a Star with ReelWorld Ireland’s C103 is the latest European radio station to choose ReelWorld jingles - the Cork based station went to air with this year’s Star Radio package earlier this month. "C103’s sound needed a complete makeover and the Star Radio jingle package from Reelworld has been released at just the right time. The minute we heard it we were hooked. It’s an outstanding jingle package with serious production values and we’re thrilled to have it on the air” said Brendan O’Driscoll, Production Director at C103 and 96fm. The Star Radio jingle package fuses contemporary production values with warm and uplifting musicality. It’s an AC jingle package with a modern outlook and is proving a hit around Europe and beyond. ReelWorld Managing Director Anthony Gay - “We’re listening closely to what European radio is playing and what programmers are demanding. The Star Radio jingle package was a lot of fun to make and sits perfectly for those stations wanting to target an older audience but still sound fresh and relevant." The jingle package is already on air in the UK, Germany, France, and Poland and is soon to land in a major European capital city within the next few weeks. C103’s sister station 96FM also air ReelWorld jingles - the B96 Chicago package doing a great job for the CHR station. It’s been another busy year for ReelWorld in Europe. The MediaCityUK team have just released a new custom jingle package for NRK P1, Norway’s biggest radio station, which utilised the talents of the famous Norwegian Radio Orchestra and they're about to release new packages in Germany and Belgium. Get more information on Star Radio jingles at www.reelworld.com and follow ReelWorld’s action in Europe on Twitter @reelworldeurope

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9. CorkToday 5th September 2016 - Bad Language in the GAA, C103 Suicide Awareness Month

  • Published: 2016-09-05T14:27:48Z
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CorkToday 5th September 2016 - Bad Language in the GAA, C103 Suicide Awareness Month

On CorkToday - How the Finance Committee are holding public meetings across the country highlighting the continuing increase in Insurance, We launch C103's Suicide Awareness Month, We hear about the Colin Ronayne Memorial Fund, Nutritional advice, Sport and more

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11. #YouControlReelWorld C103 Music Promo

#YouControlReelWorld C103 Music Promo

A summer music promo as part of #YouControlReelWorld for Cork's C103. You Control ReelWorld is powered by Production Vault - find out more here - reelworld.com/productionvault.

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12. After Match Fan Reaction - Munster Football Final Cork V Kerry - C103

  • Published: 2017-07-05T12:34:04Z
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After Match Fan Reaction - Munster Football Final Cork V Kerry - C103

After Match Fan Reaction - Munster Football Final Cork V Kerry - C103

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13. Angela Cain Sapphire Weddings on Cork Today C103

  • Published: 2018-02-14T12:14:24Z
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Angela Cain Sapphire Weddings on Cork Today C103

Angela Cain Sapphire Weddings on Cork Today C103

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14. John Fintan Daly speaks to C103 following Knocknagree's win - Cork Sports Sunday

  • Published: 2017-12-03T18:44:28Z
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John Fintan Daly speaks to C103 following Knocknagree's win - Cork Sports Sunday

John Fintan Daly speaks to C103 following Knocknagree's win in the Munster Club Junior Football Championship Final - Cork Sports Sunday

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15. Conor On Dripsey Road Conditions Following Speaking With Patricia On C103

  • Published: 2018-01-12T14:44:27Z
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Conor On Dripsey Road Conditions Following Speaking With Patricia On C103

onor On Dripsey Road Conditions Following Speaking With Patricia On C103 -CorkToday

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16. WTRTM Sun 8th Oct 2017 With John Greene - The Secret Burials

  • Published: 2017-10-08T19:47:16Z
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WTRTM Sun 8th Oct 2017 With John Greene - The Secret Burials

The word ‘Cillin’ (Kileen) is taken from the Irish language and means ‘little cell’, ‘little churchyard’ or ‘little burial ground’. Cillins were unconsecrated burial places in Ireland for children who were unbaptised at the time of their death. Children often shared these burial grounds with shipwrecked sailors, unrepentant murderers and victims of suicide. Although not having committed any personal sin, these children could still not enter heaven. They were regarded as being in a state of limbo – neither in one place or the other. This Sunday evening on ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene visits a KIleen in the parish of Lisheen near Skibbereen. Along with local historian William Casey, he discovers that these burials usually took place late at night with only the father or close friend in attendance. There were no religious ceremonies to bid proper farewell to these little children. Historian and folklorist Eddie Linihan also joins us on the programme to give the background to these Cillini, which date back to an era when folk-tradition and Christianity were in close proximity. ‘The secret burials’ on Where the road takes me.

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17. Michael Collins House Museum Opening Times - CorkToday show C103

  • Published: 2016-06-02T12:48:52Z
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Michael Collins House Museum Opening Times - CorkToday show C103

Why is the Michael Collins House Museum in Clonakilty closed more than its Open. The museum was open at a cost to the tax payer but tourists visiting Clonakilty continue to be disappointed when told the Museum is closed.

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19. C103's Farm Talk Nov 5th 2016 with John O'Connor

  • Published: 2016-11-10T11:09:38Z
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C103's Farm Talk Nov 5th 2016 with John O'Connor

Join John O'Connor for the latest Farm Talk from C103....the programme is broadcast every Saturday morning from 10am and Wednesday evenings from 10pm

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20. John Doc O Driscoll

  • Published: 2016-09-19T11:08:14Z
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John Doc O Driscoll

This week’s edition of Where the road takes me could be described as being akin to an Irish version of ‘All creatures great and small’, as we pay tribute to legendary West Cork veterinary surgeon John ‘Doc’ o’Driscoll, who died last weekend on the eve of his 85th birthday. The story spans two generations and one hundred years. It begins with John’s father who was horse vet to the dreaded General Percival and the Essex and Wessex regiments stationed in Bandon, during the war of Independence. His position afforded him an ideal opportunity to pass on information to the local IRA at great risk, which he did on one strict condition. As well as being a story of veterinary surgery and animal welfare down through the years, it is also a look at the history and social fabric of a town, a County and indeed a country. It’s a trip down memory lane, as we delve into the archives to pay tribute to veterinary surgeon the late John ‘Doc’ o’Driscoll who died last weekend.

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