This ten part radio documentary series sees Emmy Award-winning wildlife cameraman and television presenter Colin Stafford-Johnson turn his talents to radio.
RTÉ Radio 1 Podcasts
Comedy with Oliver Callan
The Media Show goes behind the big media stories from the world of broadcast, print and online, to focus on how our daily media diet is shaped.
The main weekly documentary slot on RTÉ Radio 1 and the biggest arena Radio to which listeners can tune to hear documentary work by RTÉ and independent producers. The fare is eclectic and varies greatly from week to week.
A weekly opportunity to hear the best new Irish dramatic writing for radio in the country.
Arena features guests and items from the worlds of movies, television, music and literature.
The programme takes a different approach to the arts with a series of one-hour specials, in-depth one-on-one interviews and panel discussions.
Each week in this series, presenter Miriam O'Callaghan interviews two individuals who have a strong and deep-seated connection, whether through family, business or otherwise.
Guaranteed quality radio - that's because Playback is a compilation of the best of the week's radio on RTÉ Radio 1. Playback is compiled and presented by Ruth Buchanan bringing you nuggets from right across the schedule, from day time chat to night time
The most listened to show in Ireland. Regular bulletins and updates, backed up by a series of reports and in-depth interviews. Regularly presented by Aine Lawlor and Cathal Mac Coille - experienced interviewers who take the straight line to get to the hea
Do you have a story you would like to tell or a grievance that you would like to air? Talk to Joe Duffy.
Today With Pat Kenny assesses the main news stories of the day and goes behind the headlines to bring you the very latest. But that's not all. Today With Pat Kenny is a slice of Irish life, with guest interviews, music and much much more.
The magazine style show explores social, political and cultural events from the beginning of time to the modern age with expert panellists, reports and discussion.
Join John Murray each weekday morning from 9.00am to 10 am, Monday to Friday on RTE Radio One. Listeners can expect entertaining, lively conversation and invigorating debates.
A series with a focus on Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and committees of the Oireachtas. The series will also take a weekly look at Local Government activity in County and City Councils and the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Saturday with Claire Byrne questions agendas, dissects the week gone by, and debates the likely issues of the week to come
The Business is a full hour on business and enterprise in Ireland, with a sprinkling of personal finance and consumer info. Real business is the stories of the real people who actually start up, run and work in enterprises in Ireland.
Damien O'Reilly and the CountryWide team feature the events, people and happenings that bring colour and life to communities, towns and villages across the country.
Drivetime on RTÉ Radio 1 with Mary Wilson features the day's top news, current affairs and sports stories. Mary, with an experienced team of producers and journalists, explores the issues of the day asking tough questions and seeking answers.
Ireland's most popular weekend radio programme, Marian Finucane entertains listeners with in-depth interviews, compassionate highlighting of human interest stories, lively panel discussions and consumer issues.
Using the same energy and style with which he transformed Saturday morning listening, Derek and his team entertain RTÉ Radio 1 listeners reflecting the life and times of people all over the country.
National and international news, sportsnews, business news and interviews from Radio One with Seán O'Rourke.
Seascapes is the Maritime Programme for This Island Nation, covering all aspects of the marine sector. Presented by Marcus Connaughton, the programe provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of the marine sector.
Sport at 7, presented by Darragh Maloney, features roundups of all the day's action from home and abroad.
A mix of 'music and musings' that continues to be as fresh as ever with contributions to the programme coming from open submissions and commissioned work, with new voices complementing more established writers on the programme.
Presented by Con Murphy and Jacqui Hurley, Sunday Sport is the quickest and the most comprehensive sports coverage on Irish radio.
The latest news and an analysis of the week's events.
Weekly new and feature reports from correspondents from around the world.
The Irish soccer team has done us proud, and we're looking forward with anticipation to next year and Europe. But what's it like to make the journey from county hurling to the international football team? Brenda Donohue reports.
Get your Sunday started with a mix of music, irreverent newspaper reviews, sport, comedy and special contributions from some of Ireland's brightest comic minds on The Sunday Rise with Cathal Murray Sunday 6.00am.
A contemporary look at religious affairs worldwide
The book programme in which a carefully selected panel of contributors are set loose on one topic or individual.
We are trying to find the most entertaining and hilarious children, parents, grandparents and friends in Ireland.
From our Cork studios, John Creedon presents a mix of contemporary, Irish and international tracks to take you on a melodic journey into the evening.
A compilation of documentaries produced by Derek Mooney.
Outside the Box shines a spotlight on issues of broad concern to disabled people, their families and representative organisations. The show confronts issues head on and is not afraid to challenge commonly held assumptions about disabled people.
Saturday View puts the political world in context. Rachael English presents lively debate with newsmakers, their critics and opponents.
Families of the 21st Century is a new six part documentary series which, each week, will bring listeners into the lives of a different family, exploring the disparate nature of the contemporary Irish family. RTÉ Radio 1, Saturdays at 7.30pm
Each week in this new series we meet a person whose life is out-of-the-ordinary because of physical or emotional challenge.
A show from a boat, featuring comedy sketches by an all-star ensemble including Barry Murphy, Gary Cooke and Paul Howard
Ronan Kelly sets out to travel some of the waterways and roads of Ireland by canoe and bike. When he is on the bike hes going to try to tow the canoe. Then when hes on the water hes going try to tow the bike.