Anne Marie Kelly

A.M. Kelly

Breakfast with Ann-Marie sponsored by: The Bridge Centre Shopping Centre.
The Open Door & The Roadhouse Café are available for sponsorship.

Double gold winner at the IMRO National Radio Awards 2018, Ann-Marie Kelly presents Breakfast on Midlands 103, every weekday morning from 6.30 to 9.00am. She’s a Laois lassie and no stranger to Midlands 103 where she started her career in the 90’s, off she went to Radio Kerry, and then Today FM where she presented the AMKelly show and the rest they say, is history.

Ann-Marie also presents a documentary programme titled “The Open Door” on Monday evenings from 7-8pm and specialist music programme “The Roadhouse Café” on Fridays from 10pm to midnight.

If you like, you can send Ann-Marie a message, or select an article below to read more about her previous shows.


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Music Generation Offaly Westmeath needs you!

Can you sing?
Are you aged between 6 and 18. Last chance to join this Saturday.
Hear 8 year old Oisin go into brilliant detail about how he loves Songfest.

Saluting the Brave

Emer Dunne sings in and directs a new play about the forgotten Irish heroes of World War 1.
Hear an 88 year old Timahoe man recall his father’s bravery during the Great War and we remember Mountmellick man Peter Whelan who lost his life in 1917.

Roadhouse Cafe – Delorentos

Listen back to Delorentos performing beautifully haunting tracks only on The Roadhouse Café with Ann-Marie Kelly!

Lego Movies

Hear young filmmakers from Abbeyleix and Durrow libraries.
They have a chat about their Lego animation project featuring Michael D, Harry Potter and flying donuts!

Pop Up Cafe

A new pop up cafe has opened up in the old school in Ballylinan Monday to Friday from 9am.

How Indian Medicine helped with Crohns Disease.

Eimhinn David Callanan from Birr suffered Crohns for 6 years.
Hospitalised and crippled in pain he turned to Indian medicine and now he no longer suffers – find out all about The Growery in this episode of the Open Door.

Wolfhill Mines

County Laois remembered on this episode of The Open Door with interviews from Miners and Workers who recall a ‘lost’ world.

Remembering Gaelic Sunday

Chairman of the GAA History and Commemorations Committee Damien White chats with Ann-Maire on the 100th anniversary of Gaelic Sunday.

How Cycling Saved One Man’s Life!

Wayne Doe tells of getting back up on the saddle after a mental breakdown.

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