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COUNTRYWIDE A bright start to the weekend as Damien O'Reilly and the CountryWide team feature the events, people and happenings that bring colour and life to communities, towns and villages across the country
Mooney Goes Wild |RTÉ Radio 1 Extra Another chance to hear the latest issue of Mooney Goes Wild where Derek Mooney and guests explore the natural world in all its forms
As an Uaigh Seo … A programme about the legacy of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, as the State begins its 100 year commemoration of the Easter Rising.
MOVIES AND MUSICALS A programme of two halves today, to paraphrase the football pundits. Aedín interviews Pixar film makers Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera, recorded at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as part of the ‘Creative Minds ‘ series.  Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera have been two of the key people in the development of many […]
DOCUMENTARY ON ONE Johnny Jameson drops names. Lots of them: Johnny Cash (Jameson was his tour manager). Richard Nixon (he met him coming out of a lift - they chatted for half an hour). Carrie Fisher (he was her bodyguard). Whitey Bulger (he won't go into details). George Carlin (he was his tour manager too and introduced him to the comedy of Brendan Grace).
Dave Clarke’s White Noise 500 2fm celebrates Dave Clarke's 500th episode of White Noise with show recorded live in Dublin
Ar an Bhaile seo The history of the Cooperage in Burtonport in Donegal.
SUNDAY SPORT Presented by Darren Frehill and Jacqui Hurley. Coverage of today's All Ireland Football Championship quarter finals (Gaelic Games).
Oswald Froze a Moment | RTÉ Radio 1 Extra It's now 9/11 or 7/7 - people remember exactly where they were when they heard of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York or on the Underground in London. Before that, it was Lady Diana - people could tell you where they were when they heard that Lady Diana had died in Paris. Before that again, and for a whole generation, it was JFK. "Do you remember where you were when you heard that JFK had been shot?"
GREAT MOMENTS IN CLASSICAL MUSIC     Initially it almost bankrupted the Disney studios, but went on to be recognised as a great piece of animation, and one of the most stunning uses of classical music onscreen: Fantasia (1940) is the subject of this week’s Great Moments in Classical Music. Its talented production team included the distinguished conductor Leopold Stokowski, […]