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The Business A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran.
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 […]
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 […]
Sunday Sport It’s All Ireland weekend and here on RTÉ Radio 1 we’re bringing you all of the build up, the live action and analysis. Do not adjust your radios. Presented by Darren Frehill and Jacqui Hurley. (Gaelic Games) Commentary on All Ireland Senior (Dublin v Mayo, 15:30) and Minor (Derry v Kerry, 13:15) football finals
Drama On One – The Carpet Clown Another chance to hear The Carpet Clown by James Butler.Teenager Zoe has an imaginary friend, Harold, who appears to her as a clown. But underneath the red nose and the fuzzy wig is the memory of a real-life someone whom Zoe has lost.Recommended by the Jury in the PJ O’Connor Awards 2016.Starring Caitriona Ennis, Steve […]
The Rolling Wave New music from Scáthanna by Fíona Nic Conmara and Tim Doyle (fiddle and pipes), Fergus McGorman (flute), the Keane family of Co Galway and more.
Today with Sean O’Rourke The mid-morning current affairs magazine with the stories of the day, sharp analysis, sports coverage, in-depth features and consumer interest.
Liveline Philip Boucher-Hayes presents Liveline, giving people of the nation a voice to air their grievances.
Inside Culture This week on Inside Culture we hear about Savage Town, a graphic novel set in Limerick, we talk to British composer Sally Beamish and learn about the history of the human heart.
Breakfast Republic The heartbeat of the Nation each and every morning….. or something…. With Bernard, Jen and the Other Guy!