Miriam's guests this Easter Sunday morning: Fresh from her IFTA win, one of Ireland's finest actors, Sinéad Cusack, will talk about her career, her new much anticipated movie The Sea, her father Cyril Cuscack, and the long search for the son she gave up for adoption. And there'll be live music from Mary Coughlan, who has just returned from her European tour.
Writer and broadcaster, Dawn O'Porter, spoke about her new book, and gave her views on how women are treated in the media. Dawn's second novel, Goose has just been published - Goose is published by Hotkey books and is available in all good bookshops.
Ahead of the release of his new film, Calvary, actor and last night's IFTA winner, Brendan Gleeson spoke about his busy career, working with Meryl Streep and what it's like to have dinner with Michael Caine
Fran McPhail, Phil Callery and Gerry Cullen of The Voice Squad were in studio and performed live. The Voice Squad have a new album entitled 'Concerning of Three Young Men' and they will be playing a series of gigs in Cork, Limerick, Drogheda, Ennis and Sligo - For more information visit www.SteepleSessions.com
He’s best-known as Fr. Dougal McGuire, but as he prepares for the Olivier Awards this Sunday morning, Miriam will be speaking to Ardal O’Hanlon about politics, humour and being Irish in Britain. Also writer and broadcaster, Dawn O’Porter, on everyday sexism. Dawn's second novel, Goose has just been published - Goose is published by Hotkey books and is available in all good bookshops. And the beautiful voice of Eddi Reader in a studio session - Here is Eddi singing Declan O'Rourke's Galileo with The RTE Concert Orchestra a couple of years ago
Ahead of the release of his new film, Calvary, actor, Brendan Gleeson will be talking about his busy career, working with Meryl Streep and what it's like to have dinner with Michael Caine Veteran DJ, Larry Gogan, will bring us on a trip down memory lane of half a century of broadcasting And we'll have live music from The Voice Squad, a traditional male voice singing group, as they release their first new material in 20 years
The unlikely path from Barrytown to Downton Abbey: actor and musician, Maria Doyle Kennedy had a chat with Miriam and performed her beautiful song 'Stars Above', as well as a great cover of 80's classic 'Love is a Battlefield'