Nevens Recipes - Roasted Hake with Cherry Tomatoes, Basil and Mozzarella
Hake has a lovely soft texture and slight sweetness when
it is very fresh. It is highly regarded by chefs as it offers great value for
money. Ask your fishmonger for the hake fillets from the centre cut so that
they are nice and chunky.
Neven's Recipes - Healthy Snacks
Tuna and Hummus Bruschetta
Tuck into these healthy snacks to avoid that blood sugar dip and tide yourself over until dinner.
Larry Gogan tribute.
Marty introduces a short tribute to his good friend and colleague Larry Gogan.
Neven's Recipes - Christmas side dishes.
POTATO CROQUETTES WITH SPICED BEEF & CARROTS WITH HONEY & STAR ANISE
Marty talks to Irish composer Patrick Cassidy from Sunny California
It's a new album THE MASS by celebrated Irish composer Patrick Cassidy. Known equally well for his film scores and concert works, with his new large-scale album THE MASS is performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and London Voices under the baton of conductor Ben Parry.
Marty & Mary Crosby
Listen back here as;Marty chats to Mary Crosby about her wonderful father Bing and the just released album 'Bing at Christmas'
Neven's Recipes - Seasonal Snacks
Croquettes with Wholegrain Mustard and Spiced Beef.Also Smoked
Salmon & Cream Cheese Stacks
Marty speaking to the fabulous Michael Harding
Author Michael Harding drops into studio for a chat about his new book 'Chest Pain: A man, a stent and a camper van' -
Always a pleasure! & worth a second listen!
Neven's Recipes - Party Food
Sausages with Sesame Seeds & Baby Gem Cups with Prawns &
Neven's Recipes - Aunty Maureen's Plum pudding
This very popular recipe with heralds the near beginning of the season!
Marty talking to Danny Elfman
Marty talks to renowned composer Danny Elfman from his home in LA.
Nevens Recipes - Roast Rib of beef
A family favourite for the weekend.
with a lemon meringue desert to follow.
Neven's Recipes - Spicy chick pea & sweet potato curry.
Veggie options including a risotto option.
outgoing Artistic Director David Agler talks to Marty...
Moving on after 14 years!The celebrated American conductor David Agler first appeared at the Festival in 1996. Since taking over as Artistic Director in 2005 he has presided over one of the most exciting phases in the Festival’s history. Rosette Cucchi will suceed David Agler as artistic director.
Neven's Recipes - Seafood Pie
Seafood Pie and a cheesy mash.
Neven's Recipes -
Nevens Recipes - Simple Indian Recipes
Including some delicious chicken filo parcels.
Neven's Recipes - Comfort Food
Braised pork with root vegetables &Orange
sponge pudding with blackberries
Neven's Recipes - (Drinagh) Cauliflower Cheese
(Drinagh) Cauliflower Cheese & (Glens of Antrim) Shepherd’s Pie!
Neven's Recipes - Lean Bacon Joint
Back to school suppers.
Lean bacon joint and col-cannon cakes.
Neven's Recipes - Fragrant Pork.
Two delicious pork recipes for this week!
Nevens Recipes - Speedy Piazza
Friday night treats, including some delicious wedges!
Neven's Recipes - Mexican Fiesta
The easiest pulled pork recipe you'll ever use
so perfect for a bank holiday celebration. No tricky prep or cooking involved,
minimal ingredients and a mouth-watering smoky barbecue result.
Nevens Recipes - Aussie Steaks +
A delicious way to cook steaks and also an alternative way of cooking
sweetcorn. It is started off in a foil parcel until it is tender and then
unwrapped and finished off over the coals so that it chars and takes on some of
the lovely smoky flavour.
Nevens Recipes - Barbecue Treats
Savoury ButtersFor a simple barbecue treat, what could be better. They are wonderful cut into thin slices and served on top of any simply barbecued meats or vegetables, especially sweetcorn and baked potatoes.
Nevens Recipes - Glorious Lamb Cutlets
Butterfly leg of lamb with caramelised onion skewers
Nevens Recipes - First Summer Barbeque
Kofta kebabs and barbecued mackerel baguette.
Nevens Recipes - A Friday night supper party
Sticky ChickenThis is a generous serving of the chicken but
leftovers would be wonderful in a salad or lunchbox the next day.
Neven's Recipes - Rack of lamb
A lovely rack of lamb with a herby crust!
Neven's Recipes - Thornhiil Roast Duck.
A Birthday treat, a little fowl but nothing too uncomfortable.
The O'Neill sisters sing live for Marty this morning!
The gorgeous O'Neill sisters sing 'Trains & Boats & Planes' live for Marty this morning. Certainly worth a listen back!
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Countdown
In today’s archive memory from September 1999 Michael Dervan samples the music of the 20th century in the series ‘Countdown’
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: ABC# with John Buckley
Remembering ABC# Lyric FM’s introduction to Classical music programme presented by composer John Buckley
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Steve Reich
In today’s archive memory from September 11th 2011, Steve Reich speaks about the origins of his piece ‘World Trade Centre 9/11’on the JK Ensemble.
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: André Rieu
In today’s archive memory from January 2013, king of the waltzes André Rieu in conversation with Marty Whelan
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: The Lyric Collection
In today’s archive memory from 2004, Ian Fox presents The Lyric Collection
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Jennifer Johnston
In today’s archive memory from 1999, James Conway interviews novelist Jennifer Johnston on ‘The Invisible Thread’
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: ‘One Hundred Years A Nation’
In today’s archive memory from December 2016, composer Shaun Davey talks about the logistics behind ‘One Hundred Years A Nation’ the largest-scale commission to mark Ireland 1916-2016
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: John Rutter
In today’s archive memory from December 2013, composer and conductor John Rutter joins Liz Nolan on the programme ‘A World of Song’
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: 'Handel's Crossing'
In today’s archive memory from 2003, ‘Handel’s Crossing’ by Joseph O’Connor, a Lyric FM commissioned drama production in association with Fishamble Theatre Company, starring Pauline McGlynn, Mal White and Mischa Doherty
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Composing the Island
In today's archive memory from September 2016, remembering ‘Composing The Island’, a century of music in Ireland
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: A Sheaf of Song
In today’s archive memory from 2002 remembering the series ‘A Sheaf of Song’
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Lyric World Requests
Remembering Lyric World Requests where presenter Henry Kelly used to keep listeners in touch with friends from around the globe via the world wide web
Neven's Recipes - New ways with vegetables
Feta and Spinach Pie & other delights.
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: The Rescue
In today’s archive memory from 2005, ‘The Rescue’ a Lyric FM commission with music from Fergal Carroll and text by Maighread Medbh, performed by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and narrator Louis Lovett
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: The Lyric Top 20
Remembering the Lyric Top 20, the programme where every Saturday morning Michael McNamara shared the latest top selling CDs and the ‘Lyric Release of the Week’
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Titanic Requiem
In today’s archive memory from April 14 2012, on the centenary of the Titanic disaster John Toal speaks with composer Philip Hammond ahead of the premiere of his ‘Titanic Requiem’ broadcast live on Lyric FM
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Gerry Ryan
In today’s archive memory from June 2000, Gerry Ryan goes classical for ‘Radio Feile’, broadcasting live simultaneously on Lyric FM, 2FM and Radio 1
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Louis Stewart
Remembering jazz guitarist Louis Stewart on the Third Wave, first broadcast in September 2004
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: David Agnew
In today’s archive memory from 2001, David Agnew speaks with Sean Rocks about his instrument the oboe for the series ‘Tools of the Trade
Lyric at 20 Archive Memories: Kyra Vayne
Singer Kyra Vayne remembers her first visit to Ireland on Calling The Tune, first broadcast in October 1999
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