Week 43

18/10/14 to 24/10/14

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18/10/14
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24/10/14
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Weekend Breakfast   Stephen Byrne, who presents TwoTube on RTÉ 2 and is known to the hundreds of thousands of people who watch his You Tube videos as 3Sixty5Days, presents Weekend Breakfast every Saturday and Sunday morning between 7am – 10am on RTÉ 2fm. Stephen says: “I’m so excited to get stuck into Weekend Breakfast. I get […]
MARIAN FINUCANE Live stimulating mix of news, interviews, reports and discussion.
DOCUMENTARY ON ONE: The Common Thread The bra, a garment which is literally closest to a woman's heart, officially turns 100 this year. It's a common thread which binds women together. On this week's Documentary on One, we celebrate 100 years of the bra and get under the clothes and into the bras of Irish women
Opera Night Bernard Clarke presents the first Irish performance of one of the greatest operas of our generation – John Adams’ Nixon in China.  This recent Wide Open Opera production was recorded at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin in May 2014 Barry Ryan, Richard Nixon Claudia Boyle, Pat Nixon John Molloy, Henry Kissinger Hubert Francis, […]
THE BOOK SHOW Presented by Sinead Gleeson The Book Show celebrates books and the world of writing with readings, discussion, author interviews and special features. Historical Fiction is a hugely popular genre, but how do writers go about researching their books and what can they tell us about ourselves today. Sinead explores this theme with Elizabeth Gilbert (Eat Pray Love, The Signature of All Things), Jo Baker (Longbourn), Damon Galgut (In a Strange Room, Arctic Summer) and Eibhear Walshe (The Diary of Mary Travers). We also catch up with two authors writing about the mindset of young mean - Rob Doyle (Here are the Young Men) and Nikesh Shukla (Meatspace).

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