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DAYBREAK WITH EVONNE FERGUSON Evonne will be up with the early birds to ease you into the weekend with her gentle blend of music from across the centuries, plus regular intervals for news, weather and traffic updates. Nature File is a new weekly glimpse on Daybreak in to Ireland’s natural world. Each week Nature File will explore new stories […]
LARRY GOGAN Featuring the Golden Hour, the legendary Just A minute Quiz and today’s hottest sounds. Weekends, 1-3pm
Jenny Greene’s Electric Disco The soundtrack to your Saturday night as the presenter bangs out classic dance anthems. Saturdays, 8pm
SIMPLY FOLK Simply Folk will treat the listener to an hour of music from the ever-changing and vibrant folk scene in Ireland and across the world. Along with lots of great classics from across the decades, expect to be introduced to some new and exciting music, curated by Galway singer and musician Ruth Smith for RTE Radio […]
DAVE FANNING Dave Fanning brings you a mix of interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music every Saturday and Sunday Weekends, 9-11am
NOVA     Presented by Bernard Clarke, a blend of contemporary classical, electronic and experimental music. Irish electronic music pioneer Roger Doyle’s latest release Homemade Ivory Dreams is featured on tonight’s programme. RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 23rd July, 8pm-10pm
THE ROLLING WAVE Tonight we meet Damien McGeehan of Donegal to hear all about his recent recording on a most unusual instrument found in former times in his native county – the history, sound and music of “The Tin Fiddle” Presenter & Producer :   Peter Browne
Tobar an Cheoil Great traditional and folk music, presented by Caoimhín Ó Sé.
PANTISOCRACY Host Panti Bliss, the uncrowned Queen of Ireland, invites us into her parlour for a new season of Pantisocracy – a ‘cabaret of conversations’. In this episode ex Pogues bassist Cait O Riordan reunites with Fiachna O Braonain of the Hothouse Flowers for a once off performance while slam poet and writer Stephen James Smith shares […]
Dave Fanning’s Story of Irish Rock Dave continues telling his version of the story of Irish rock music and this week he’s delving around the 1990s, from Ash from Downpatrick to the Cranberries from Limerick, it was the era when everyone made the trip to Tipp, it was when Slane got really big and there are also archive interviews with Sinead […]