who we are

Damien Clarke

Damien Clarke

Station Manager
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Mary O' Sullivan

Assistant Manager
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Mary Clarke

Outreach Officer

Three extraordinary people have volunteered their time and energy to keep Community radio alive, in West Dublin.  Mary O’Sullivan and Mary and Damien Clarke are not paid for their work but are inspired by community, rock and roll and reaching out to share their love of radio.  Damien has been here since Together FM started.  He has some experience in Community Radio and worked in Outreach for several years in and around Ballyfermot. When the former station closed, some members decided to try to open a new station. Here we are.  As with all staff, Damien is a volunteer. Damien is Ballyfermot born and bred and he went to St.Mary, Queen of Angels and Ballyfermot technical school.  He met and married a Ballyfermot girl, Mary, who also volunteers for Together Fm.

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Joe Feehily radio presenter

what we do

Welcome to Together FM, Community Radio and the voice of West Dublin., Clondalkin, Ballyfermot, Cherry Orchard, Palmerstown, Inchicore and Bluebell. 

Together, we highlight the wide range of views and interests from all the communities through radio programmes and volunteer participation. Topics range from new music, local and current affairs, local sports, local history, mindfulness and more.

We are funded by volunteers, sponsorship from local businesses, grants from funding organisations, and our own fundraising in the community.

Our goal is to continue to represent our communities and make the transition from online only to radio broadcasting. We are working hard to reflect the needs of our community and depend on your participation and support.  If you would like to join us, contact us.

Thank you for supporting your local community radio

what is community radio

Community radio is when local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in operating the station. It is a community space for people to meet and collaborate. It is extraordinarily fun and often life-changing. It typically leads to individual creativity and self-empowerment. Participants find it extremely  satisfying, not just to make radio in this unique fashion, but to also help transform community life.

Community radio outlets may carry news and information programming geared toward the local area (particularly immigrant or minority groups who may be poorly served by major media outlets). Specialised musical shows are also often a feature of many community radio stations.