The not-for-profit, volunteer run station RadioReverb’s weekly Irish radio show for the Brighton & Hove community will be playing host to an Oscar winning filmmaker this April for an in-depth interview following his international success at this year’s ceremony.
Academy Award winner Benjamin Cleary, who won this year’s Best Short Film Live Action Oscar for his short titled Stutterer, will be interviewed on next week’s ‘What’s The Craic’ show by RadioReverb presenter and fellow Irishman, Anthony Martin.
The interview will be broadcast live on Monday, 4 April 2016 at 8pm on 97.2 FM on DAB and online at www.radioreverb.com and will focus on Cleary’s nerves leading up to the awards show, how he celebrated, where his Oscar is now and what his business card says now post Oscar win.
What’s The Craic presenter Antony Martin, said: “I’m really looking forward to chatting to Benjamin Cleary about how he got started in filmmaking and what gave him the idea for his short film, it should be a really interesting show.”
What’s The Craic is a weekly Irish radio show with an eclectic mix of Irish music of all genres and a look at relevant news, sports and events of interest to the Irish community here in Brighton & Hove and is aired live at 8pm on Monday and repeated Tuesdays at 3pm and Saturdays at 1am.
RadioReverb is run entirely by volunteers and RadioReverb is the 24 hour community run radio station for Brighton and Hove and all shows they produce are open for sponsorship from local businesses. If you are a local enterprise who wishes to support RadioReverb then please contact the station at http://www.radioreverb.com/