Once again the students from the MTU Kerry Campus TV, Radio and New media department came to Fenit to focus on 2 local organisation for their latest Radio Documentary projects. The documentaries were originally broadcast on Radio Kerry on Christmas Day 2022. Fenit Without were delighted to support the MTU students in helping to coordinate the locations and make connections with both of the organisations featured.
'Sea Saviours' is a radio documentary which explores the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in conversation with those who work at its station in Fenit, Co. Kerry. The RNLI is the largest charity organisation that saves lives at sea around the coasts of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man, as well as on some inland waterways. The documentary was produced by TV, Radio and New Media students Deirdre Van Der Krogt, Clare-Ann Nolan, Adam Clarke and Kevin Roche.
'Sail Away' is a radio documentary which explores the many facets of Tralee sailing club from its humble beginnings to competing on the world stage.
The documentary is produced by TV, Radio and New Media students Cian Doherty, Eimear Nagle and John Spillane.
Two fantastic pieces of work from the MTU guys, really worth a listen.