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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
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).
SUNDAY SPORT Presented by Darren Frehill and Jacqui Hurley. Coverage of today's All Ireland Football Championship quarter finals (Gaelic Games).
MOONEY GOES WILD – HABITATS *New* In this series of Mooney Goes Wild specials, Biologist, Terry Flanagan, Ornithologist, Eric Dempsey and Botanist Matthew Jebb take listeners on a wondrous journey into the habitats of some our native and exotic plant and animal species.
A GAME OF TWO HALVES *Special* Entertaining sports quiz with Jacqui Hurley and the all-star competing teams of players captained by Jacqui Hurley
Féile – The Untold Story of the Trip to Tipp On Monday August 3rd, Irish music will celebrate the 25th birthday of the modern rock festival which was born in 1990 in Thurles, Co. Tipperary. This programme gathers together the main protagonists and tells the five year story behind one of Ireland's most colourful and controversial events.
ARENA Over the course of a 26-year career on stage and screen, actor John C Reilly has steadily moved from being cast in supporting roles to being front and centre and one of the major attractions in any film in which he appears. His ability to inhabit the widest range of characters with natural ease mean he has never been typecast and is accepted by audiences in whatever role he may be. He's an everyman, a self-described 'this generation's Gene Hackman'. He's also a writer, producer and a mean musician (with his bluegrass band John Reilly & Friends). During his recent sojourn at the Galway Film Fleadh he sat down with Sean Rocks for a public interview and delighted and engaged a packed audience at the Town Hall Theatre in Galway
BOOK ON ONE The Mark and the Void by Paula Murray. A satirical look at the financial crisis in Ireland exploring the interconnected lives of workaholic French banker Claude and mysterious writer Paul.
BOOK ON ONE The Book on One - It's Paul Murray's The Mark and the Void.