Friday 12th February

Album reviews

Alan Corr and Aoife Barry review “My Wild West” from Lissie, “Is” from Bleeding Heart Pigeons and “Hidden City” from The Cult 

Thursday 11th February

Róisín Murphy returns to the Irish stage

Alan Corr interviewed singer Róisín Murphy about her latest album “Hairless Toys” ahead of her headline concert at the Olympia Theatre tonight Official website:   

Wednesday 10th February

August Wells in session

Chat and live music from Ken Griffin and John Rauchenberger of New York duo August Wells Official website:  (for copyright reasons this item is not available to download as ...

Tuesday 9th February

"Artists Without Borders" fund-raiser for Syrian refugees

Gavin Glass, musician and Linda Devlin, organiser of the “Artists Without Borders” fundraising concert for Syrian refugees stuck in camps in Calais and Dunkirk; it takes place on Saturday 20th of ...

A new national anthem for Ireland

The artists Deirdre Power and Sean Taylor explain their project to find a new national anthem for Ireland - ‘Nice Screams – a Citizens’ Project’ is part of EVA International ...

Monday 8th February

Regina Nathan celebrates "Sopranos"

Regina Nathan continues her short series profiling some of her favourite sopranos; tonight she talks about Leontyne Price Full details:               

Friday 5th February

Album reviews

Jim Carroll and Róisín Dwyer review “Wonderful Crazy Night” from Elton John, “Anti” from Rihanna and “Commontime” from Field Music

Thursday 4th February

Ergodos Musicians in session

Benedict Schlepper Connolly and Garret Sholdice chat about the eclectic approach to music of their group Ergodos Musicians Official website:   (for copyright reasons this item is not available to download ...

Wednesday 3rd February

Eddi Reader in session

Chat with Scottish folk singer/songwriter Eddi Reader who is currently on an Irish tour Official website and tour details:  (for copyright reasons this item is not available to download ...

Tuesday 2nd February

Calais Field Music, helping refugees through music

Documentary maker/humanitarian Isolda Heavey explains what prompted her to create the Calais Field Music project, which aims to give the refugees living in the camp in Calais known as ‘the jungle’ ...



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