Mooney, Thursday August 14th 2014
Mooney's Singers In The Shower
The winner of MOONEY's Singing in the Shower competition will get a Voucher from TileStyle worth €2500.
TileStyle is a one stop shop, offering a vast selection of high quality Bathrooms, Tiles, Stone, Wood Flooring and Paint. TileStyle is open 7 days a week and is conveniently located just off the M50 at Exit 10. Their highly trained team is available to offer any advice or assistance you might need. Meet them here or drop into the stunning showroom. To find out more visit www.tilestyle.ie
To enter, all you have to do is make an audio recording of yourself singing in the shower. (If you do this during your daily wash you will not waste water).
Send your audio recording, not to exceed one minute in duration, along with your name and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not send recordings of original compositions. Click here to read terms and conditions for RTÉ.ie and click here to read competition terms and conditions.
Entry to the competition confirms your acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The prize for Ireland's Best Singer in the Shower, as decided by our panel of judges, will be announced on Mooney. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Please note that if you submit a recording, RTÉ reserve the right to use this material as it sees fit in accordance with the terms and conditions for rté.ie.
Our mystery guest singer in the shower today is soprano Celine Byrne! Celine will being doing a charity gig on September 5th in the Four Seasons. It is for the ISPCC, and is sold out.
On Sunday, September 21st at the NCH, Dr. Veronica Dunne will be awarded the National Concert Hall Lifetime Achievement Award for 2014. It will be presented in tribute to her own extraordinary career, and in recognition of her incredible dedication and commitment to Irish singers. Celine will be singing at this.
And Celine will also present the Celine Byrne Christmas Gala with the Symphony Orchestra. For more information about this, and all Celine's forthcoming performances, visit www.celinebyrne.com/events/christmas-gala-with-rte-nso.
Is the death of the rubber duckie nigh? Will the rubber duckie become a relic of a bygone era? Are we all going to stop using our baths once these water charges come in? Will baths be seen as 'quaint' and 'retro' in 10 years time?
And let’s not stop at baths. Are we going to stop showering altogether?
Today we're talking Water Charges. To take us through it all, Derek is joined in studio by Elizabeth Arnett, Head of Communications and Corporate Services with Irish Water...
To find out more about how metering will work, click here.
Search For A Child Star Finalists
Earlier this year, we launched our competition to find Ireland's newest child star. The competition was open to boys and girls who were aged 10 years old or under. We asked you to record a piece that was no more than three minutes long, and e-mail it in to us.
The finalists, in no particular order, are:
- Hannah Kinsella (9 years old, from Lucan, Co. Dublin) with Pushover
- Nikki Brown (8 years old, from Saggart, Co. Dublin) with Colours Of The Wind
- Anna Lily Fox (6 years old, from Ballinalee, Co. Longford) with a Johnny Cash medley
- Laoise Farrell (9 years old, from Ogonnolloe. Co. Clare) with The Call
- Alannah Bermingham (10 years old, from Kilmacud, Dublin) with Colours Of The Wind
The date for the final will be announced shortly and the winner will perform at our Christmas Mooney Tunes concert.