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Advances in technology are allowing us all to experience some very old stories in new and innovative ways. The latest example of this is Ireland’s first ever smart-phone app - ...
Sean O'Driscoll, Chairman of Glen Dimplex and member of the Ludgate Hub steering group, discusses a new initiative hoped to encourage job creation in Skibbereen
Bringing the past to life! Discover how our world was shaped as Myles Dungan and guests explore events ranging from medieval times to the recent past
Regan Hutchins talked to Skibbereen local historian, Gerald O’Brien, about a young royal visitor to the town, in April 1858, who almost never left. Background: In April 1858, the young ...
Don't be in a rush to throw out papers and old bills you have lying around the place. A pop up museum in Skibbereen, Cork will open for the arts ...
NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY FROM OXFORD TO SKIBBEREEN DURING THE YEAR OF THE IRISH FAMINE By Lord Dufferin and the Hon. G.G. Boyle Click to view this article
Terri Carney of the Skibbereen Heritage Centre on the famine in that area. Click to view this article
The maritime programme for this island nation
On Tuesday evening at 8pm a special showing of a film will be held in The Eldon Hotel - the record of an epic voyage in the famed Sandefjord which ...
The John Creedon Show
The Late Debate
The Ray D'Arcy Show
News At One
Today with Sean O'Rourke
The Ryan Tubridy Show
Playback with Marian Richardson
Sunday with Miriam
Jones Road - The RTE GAA Podcast
Olympic Medalists Return Home
Dunboyne Mother and Baby Home
Highlights from Rio
Colm's Column - The Rose of Tralee
Liveline Dickie Rock Special