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An tSeachtain le Máirín Ní Ghadhra Máirín Ní Ghadhra and guests explore what does the future hold for the Labour Party.
CALLAN’S KICKS Oliver Callan with his weekly satirical swipe at well-known faces in the worlds of entertainment, politics and sport. RTÉ Radio 1, 22 April, 2pm
Scéalta na nDaoine A look at the work and responsibilities of Galway county councillors.
MUSIC WITH……………. A great eclectic mix curated for Radio 1 by a different music-loving host each week. This week’s guest is Aoibhinn McGinnity RTÉ Radio 1, Saturday 22 April, 7pm
CÉILÍ HOUSE The Irish Traditional Music Archive (ITMA) in Merrion Square in Dublin is a valuable resource for musicians, singers, students and enthusiasts with its large holdings of recordings, books, magazines and photographs – and tonight Céilí House pays a visit to hear music, song and information about this living memory bank for traditional music. RTÉ Radio […]
DAVE FANNING Dave Fanning brings you a mix of interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music every Saturday and Sunday Weekends, 9-11am
THE HISTORY SHOW With the musical, Hamilton, opening in the West End, we find out why US Founding Father Alexander Hamilton is an unlikely subject for a broadway musical; and, as Marine Le Pen challenges for the French Presidential Election, we look at the historical debate about women and government with Derval Conroy from UCD. RTÉ Radio 1, Sunday 23 April, 6pm […]
DOCUMENTARY ON ONE: THE SEVENTH SUMMIT The Seventh Summit (Repeat) In April this year, Paul Devaney was trying to achieve a dream to reach the summit of Mount Everest and complete the Seven Summits Challenge – but nature had other plans. RTÉ Radio 1, Sunday 23 April, 7pm
DOCUMENTARY ON ONE – The Seventh Summit In April this year, Paul Devaney was trying to achieve a dream to reach the summit of Mount Everest and complete the Seven Summits Challenge – but nature had other plans. (Repeat) RTÉ Radio 1, Sunday 23 April, 7pm
Siúlach Scéalach Tomorrow will be 101 years since the start of the Easter Rising, and Ian Lee brings us valuable material from the RTÉ archives to mark the event.