|19th Mar 2021
|Katie Martin (ocm )
Join us from 10am - 4pm for ULFM's annual Intervarsities featuring Queens University, NUIG RadioSoc and DCU FM!
The event will be running virtually on our Discord Server. Contact us for the link to join or check out ULFM on Facebook to watch the stream.
|22nd Nov 2017
ULFM shall be holding an EGM in Week 1 or 2 of Semester 2 2017/18. We will be announcing the new installation of our new computer and hopefully elect members to positions on the ULFM committee. More to follow shortly.
|11th Jul 2017
|Declan Mills, ULFM Podcasts Mana
On Wednesday July 12th, ULFM will have a special guest on their regular current affairs show Crossing The Line: Limerick City candidate for the Social Democrats Sarah Jane Hennelly. She'll be joining regular host Declan Mills (in the temporary absence of anchor Rob Cross) along with show's new producer Lily Shirley and ULSU DP/Welfare Officer Roberta Harrington for an incisive discussion of the week in politics.
|26th May 2017
|Declan Mills, Podcasts Manager
ULFM is excited to announce that this summer the station will not be going dark for the holidays. Instead, you can expect a three-hour broadcasting slot on Mondays bringing you the very best in music, culture and current affairs coverage.
11am - Crazy on Classic Rock with Angie Moon
12pm - Oblivion with Eirini Kasapidou
1pm - Crossing the Line with Rob Cross and Declan Mills
Furthermore, this summer will also see us producing an exclusive series of carefully-curated podcasts and documentaries covering literature and gender studies (co-presented by and based on a concept developed by former co-President of Out in UL Ciara Gordon), the history of professional wrestling, alternative music (featuring the return of classic ULFM show The Noise in podcast form) and politics (the latter in the form of a new spin-off of our Oxygen.ie Student Media Award-shortlisted show Crossing the Line called Crossing the Line: Bigger, Angrier, Podcastier)! Watch this space for more details!
|3rd Oct 2016
Last Thursday, ULFM helped broadcast an event organised by UL International Society, UL Tea Appreciation Society, the First Seven Weeks Initiative and a number of other sponsors.
The event took place in the Students' Union Common Room, in a luxurious blanket fort created by the International Society. Poets and singers from across the country performed for a packed house, covering topics including the 8th Amendment, how Ireland has progressed from 1916 to now, troubled relationships and even a lovely song about nights out in Costellos...
UL Tea Appreciation Society kept everyone refreshed with piping hot tea and delicious cake.
ULFM recorded the events of the entire evening, and brought the event to listeners live between 9-10pm. You can listen back to the entire thing on ULFM's Mixcloud profile, and you can see pictures and video of the event by following ULFM on Facebook and Twitter.
A link to the recording is here: https://www.mixcloud.com/ULFM/tales-and-treats-290916/
|4th Nov 2015
|4th Feb 2015
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