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WEEKEND BREAKFAST Waking up just got easier with Aifric O’Connell bringing listeners music, competitions and more music!  
THE DEREK MOONEY SHOW Derek Mooney brightens Saturday mornings in August with his unique blend of irreverence, fun and entertainment in the company of Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh.
LOVE LETTER TO WEZZ Memories of Dublin’s ‘notorious’ teen disco. From ‘Slow sets’ to speed kissing. Hair gel, fake tan and “The Drunk Room”. From ‘Lady In Red’ to ‘Maniac’. From 4 hours of screamingly-good freedom to 40 years of love and lasting friendships.In 2015, the weekly disco for 13 and 14-year olds at Old Wesley Rugby Club in […]
LIKE FAMILY Ten years ago, smartphones belonged to the future. Now they are in our bedrooms, at the dinner table, sharing the most intimate moments of family life. But what impact are they having on family life? Brenda meets four families to hear their technology stories. Saturday 7pm — About Like Family Like family is about the […]
OPERA NIGHT Debussy’s Pelleas et Melisande Tonight’s production of Claude Debussy’s only completed opera, the world première of which took place at the Paris Opéra Comique in 1902 comes from the Vienna State Opera and features Baritone Simon Keenlyside as Golaud, Soprano Olga Bezsmertna as Melisande, baritone Adrian Erod is Pelleas, Bernarda Fink is Genevieve, Franz-Josef Selig […]
THE PURPLE VESPERTINE WITH ELLEN CRANITCH    Fresh from a visit to the legendary Forde world music festival in Norway, Ellen brings back a swag bag of the best sounds to be heard over an astonishing four days of music making in this little town with a big heart. Hardanger fiddling at 2am in bright sunlight, anyone? RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 12th […]
VOX NOSTRA WITH VLAD SMISHKEWYCH  In recent years, the solo violin music of Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber has become known, in no small part, thanks to several exquisite recordings of his so-called ‘Mystery Sonatas’. Although you’ll get to hear a few of these famous works on this morning’s Vox Nostra, the programme will also shine the spotlight on some […]
SUNDAY SPORT Coverage of all the day’s sport presented by Darren Frehill and John Murray. (Gaelic Games) Commentary on the All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final, Cork v Waterford (15:30); (Soccer) Reports and updates on the opening weekend of the English Premier League; (Golf) USPGA reports and updates; (Athletics) World Championships reports and updates; (Equestrian) Dublin horse […]
THE MARTY SQUAD Marty Morrissey and guests review the weekend’s GAA Championship action.
NOVA Bernard features two contrasting choral works, Dead Earth and a Stabat Mater, from Irish composer Gráinne Mulvey.  Nova is about new music, chronicling what’s radical and what’s conservative, who’s established and who’s in the avant garde.   A blend of contemporary classical, electronic and experimental music. RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 13th August, 8pm-10pm