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Dave Fanning Dave Fanning brings you a mix of interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music every Saturday and Sunday on 2fm.
The Business A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran.
An tSeachtain le Máirín Ní Ghadhra Máirín Ní Ghadhra is back with a new season of political insights and analysis.
Larry Gogan Featuring the Golden Hour, the legendary Just a Minute Quiz and today’s hottest sounds
Documentary on One: Cause of Death More than ten thousand deaths a year in Ireland are reported to the coroner’soffice. Ruairi McKenna follows the work of two coroners and meets the people they serve, people who are looking to establish their loved ones’ causeof death. Terence Casey has been coroner in Kerry South East since 1992 and has spoken very passionately in the past about the […]
Weekenders Live from Ikea with Stephen Byrne – Music, entertainment news and sports updates.
The Poetry Programme Liz Lochhead joins Olivia to talk about her time as National Poet of Scotland, and Manuela Moser and Stephen Connolly tell us about the Lifeboat poetry readings in Belfast. Liz Lochhead was National Poet of Scotland, or Scottish Makar, from 2011 to 2016. While it was exhausting, she relished bringing her enthusiasm for poetry to […]
OPERA NIGHT Cherubini: Medea Medea is one of the roles most closely associated with Maria Callas. Tonight, marking the 40th Anniversary of the death of Callas, we present the 1957 recording of Cherubini’s three act opera featuring Maria Callas as Medea, Renata Scotto as Glauce, Miriam Pirazzini as Neris, Mirto Picchi as Giascone and Tullio Serafin conducting […]
VESPERTINE WITH ELLEN CRANITCH Close your eyes and listen to Arve Henriksen playing the trumpet, and you could be forgiven for thinking it was a human voice singing. This gentle and spellbinding sound is often compared to the Japanese shakuhachi, and this weekend we listen to some of Henriksen’s most remarkable recordings and collaborations. RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 16th […]
VOX NOSTRA WITH VLAD SMISHKEWYCH Medieval abbess, composer, healer, and polymath Hildegard of Bingen: she continues to be an inspiration for musicians, feminists, people of faith, and her music propelled medieval albums into Grammy nomination and Gold record status back in the 1990s. On the feast day of Hildegard von Bingen – and the 838th anniversary of her death – […]