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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Ann-Marie can be emailed at amkelly@midlands103.com.
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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.

Riding with the Disabled

Ann-Marie meets the Volunteers, the children and their parents who believe riding a horse has changed their children’s lives.

Surviving 3 Bouts of Cancer!

Hear one woman’s incredible story of how painting and opera saw her survive 3 bouts of cancer!

Ireland’s First Gender Balanced Festival!

Ann-Marie took a trip to Cullahill in Co.Laois to find out all about their brand new 2 day festival which includes music, comedy, culture and porridge!
It also features celebrities Marty Morrissey and Rachel Allen!
The Folly marks the first Irish festival set up with the specific goal of being gender balanced!

Change Your Life!

Why you should look at yourself naked every morning to change the way you see yourself?
On this episode of the Open Door with Ann Marie Kelly, listen to Sergej, a healer and yoga teacher with tips on changing your Karmic cycle.

Therapeutic Harpist

Jayne Demakos is a certified Therapeutic Harpist with a special interest in music for people in the last stages of their life.
She recently hosted workshop in Tullamore on exploring the effect of music on end of life care.
Ann-Marie caught up with Jayne who explains how she works with those who are dying…

A New and Unique Festival for Teenagers!

16 year old Jack Wright came up with a brilliant idea for a festival for teenagers, SASTA Fest is a festival for teenagers who don’t want to drink or smoke but just want to have fun!
‘It’s ok to not be ok’ is the message Jack wants to spread! At the age of just 11 he started his own charity ‘Climb Against Suicide’.
Jack and his dad Frankie popped into studio to chat to Ann-Marie, listen to their story here!

Footing Turf!

Brendan Kavanagh from Geashill set Ann- Marie a challenge, to foot turf!
Not one to shy away from a challenge, Ann- Marie headed off to Edenderry to meet Brendan and have a go at footing turf!
Listen back here…

Celebrating 40 years of Dallas!

The iconic 80’s TV Show turns 40 this summer and thanks to Dallas superfan Roy Jennings we have exclusive archive interviews from Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Victoria Principal and more!
Listen back to the full show here!

Imaginary Friends!

Killina Secondary School in Rahan have just launched their new book ‘Eli and I’.
Ann-Marie joined them at the official launch in Tullamore Library last week.

Let’s cook!

We’re cooking with Clonenagh NS Mountrath on this episode of the Open Door.
The 5th and 6th Class have produced a cookery book and I have the tough job of tasting the recipes!

The forgotten women in Irish History.

Meet Fanny Kelly from Abbeyleix who went on hunger strike in 1923 in Kilmainham.
You can still find her inscription on a door which reads Fanny Kelly Abbeyleix.

Hens from Clara!

The story of a bunch of Hens from Clara who went into town on the back of a tractor and caused mayhem in a little village outside Galway!

The Great Famine.

Historian Paddy Heaney tells the stories that he’s collected from around the Midlands during The Great Famine.

Selling white goods in Tullamore for half a century.

Jim Kinahan is still going strong.
He has always maintained that the best way to deal with a customer is to treat them like ‘they are your mother’.
Find out when to approach a customer and how to get ahead in sales on this episode of the open door.

Relish – In Studio – Roadhouse Café with Ann-Marie Kelly

Relish are a rock duo composed of brothers Ken & Carl. They were joined by Darren Campbell at the start of the band until 2013. … Read More

Farmer Assaults

Have a listen to this episode of The Open Door to hear stories of crime against rural farmers and what to do next!

Living with a disability.

All leaders and living with MS, Cerebral Palsy and a stroke.


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