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    Mooney Friday 5 April 2013

    Secrets of the Irish Landscape

    There’s a new series coming up on RTE 1 shortly that uncovers secrets etched into the Irish Landscape and takes a closer look at our mostunique Irish flora and fauna ecosystem. It is part of RTE’s Wild Life themes we will be seeing in the month of May …

    The series – called “Secrets of the Irish Landscape” - will feature the wise insights of our own Richard Collins and Eanna Ni Lamhna.

    The cinema has been booked for 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., on Wednesday, May 1. The screen holds about 277 people. But we will be giving away 250 tickets.

    There will be a questions and answers session afterwards with some of the contributors from the series

    Tickets are now SOLD OUT.

    Washed up Ragworm.

    The recent storms have washed up a range of sea creatures on the beach at Malahide. Richard Collins & his two grandsons went down to examine some of the King Ragworms, alive, amongst the debris. The king ragworm is by far the largest creepy-crawley to be found in Ireland; one of the specimens we found was about a third of a metre long. Multi-legged, it looks like a giant millipede, wriggling slowly and burrowing into the sand to escape.

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    Spring Alive

    Derek is joined by Richard Collins, Eanna Ni Lamhna & Niall Hatch from Birdwatch Ireland.
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    Secrets of the Irish Landscape.

    Colm Crowley, producer of new documentary "Secrets of the Irish Landscape" drops into studio to tell Derek about the new series and how it the idea came up to make the three part documentary. NOTE: Tickets are now SOLD OUT.
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    De-extincion Programme

    One of the Stephen Spielberg's film 1993 Drastic Park was box office hit one of the most important scenes was when David Attenborough went to see the dinosaurs. New research has shown that Science might allow extinct animals and plants to be reborn through de-extincion programme, Prof Michael Archer discuses with Derek how this might be possible.
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    The world of the Swallow.

    Derek & Panel discuss when people should start looking for swallows among the countryside.

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    IMPORTANT NOTICE

    Please DO NOT send any live, dead or skeletal remains of any creature whatsoever to Mooney Goes Wild.

    If you find an injured animal or bird, please contact the National Parks & Wildlife Service on 1890 20 20 21, or BirdWatch Ireland, on 01 281-9878, or visit www.irishwildlifematters.ie

     

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