The Gloaming recorded live in concert in the National Concert Hall earlier this year (Part 1)
On tonight's programme we mark the centenary of the birth of piper Willie Clancy and also play some Christmas songs and tunes.
A special interview with flute player Matt Molloy who recently released his first solo album 'Back to the Island' in over 20 years.
On tonight's programme Rab Cherry joins me to talk about the music of the late fiddle player Vincent Campbell. We hear a few tracks from a new cd by Dan Gurney and John Blake and from the archives we listen to an interview Ciarán Mac Mathúna did in American in 1966 with Larry Redican and Jack Coen.
Traditional and folk music in Ireland, presented by Aoife Nic Cormaic.
On tonight’s Rolling Wave we listen to music from Alec Finn who passed away recently. The programme also features new cd releases from Yvonne Casey and Gerry O’Connor
On tonight’s Rolling Wave Dr. Síle Denvir discusses the art of sean nós singing and we hear songs from many of Ireland’s greatest sean nós singers.
On tonight’s programme we listen to some music from Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin who very sadly died earlier this week.
We also have newly released albums from Caoimhín Ó Fearghail and Paddy Tutty, The William Kennedy Piping Festival , a song by Eric Bogle to mark Armistice Day and two tracks featuring Catherine McEvoy who will be presented with the Traditional Musician of the Year award at Gradam Cheoil TG4 next February in Belfast
On tonight’s programme we mark International Uilleann Piping Day with some archive performances from Leo Rowsome and Dan O’Dowd as well as music from Mick O’Brien and Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh. Seamus McGuire discusses his work on The Grier Collection with John Lee and we hear music from their album ‘The Legacy of Stephen Grier’. And finally we hear two different versions of the well known tune The Ashplant and a performance of a version of Fáinne Geal an Lae from The Goodman Collection played by Steve Cooney
Traditional and folk music in Ireland, presented by Aoife Nic Cormaic.
Tonight we spend our time with majestic slow airs and beautiful songs from the Irish tradition in this programme - Amhrán na Leabhar, An Bonnán Buí, Easter Snow and more.
Dublin fiddle-player Seán Keane has enjoyed a lifetime in traditional music. Tonight we meet Seán to look over his illustrious career
Master uilleann piper Liam Ó Floinn passed away in March of this year and tonight's Rolling Wave plays a wide variety of recordings from his distinguished musical career.
Finbar Furey spends an hour with Peter Browne talking about famous and influential uilleann pipers past and present and the strong music tradition in his family.
For Peter Browne's farewell to the Rolling Wave - a selection of some favourite pieces of music and song that have taken his fancy over his years with the programme.
Fiddle-player Seán Keane of Dublin has enjoyed a lifetime in traditional music - as a solo musician and also a member of the Castle Céilí Band, Ceoltóirí Chualann and the Chieftains. Tonight we look over illustrious career.
We remember the uniquely talented Donegal fiddle player and composer Tommy Peoples who passed away on the 4th of August with a selection of his music and memories from Paddy Glackin, Dermot McLoughlin and Mairéad Ní Mhaonigh.
The sixth and final programme in our Rolling Wave series on the history of traditional music and Irish radio over the years. Tonight: The Irish Phonograph, The arrival of Radio 2 in 1979, women presenters of traditional music programmes and the future...
New recordings from Claire Keville, Eimear Arkins, Angela Usher, Gerry Harrington and Billy Clifford plus some tracks from the first De Dannan album issued in the mid-1970s and featuring the singing of Dolores Keane.
The fifth programme in our Rolling Wave series on the connections between traditional music and radio over the years - this week: the 1970s and The Long Note.
Excerpts from a 1979 Bothy Band concert in the National Stadium, Dublin and tracks from a new recording "Dog in the Fog" by Manchester musicians Mike McGoldrick and Dezi Donnelly
New recordings from Josephine Marsh, Steph Geremia, archive recordings from the Coleman Country, A 1980 Clannad concert in Bremen plus tunes and songs from Jim McArdle and friends.
One of Ireland's foremost poets, Liam O Muirthile, passed away in May. Tonight from the archives, we remember Liam in his own words and choices of music.
New releases all the way this evening from David Power and Camerata Kilkenny, Séamus McGuire and John Lee, Andy Irvine and Luke Plumb, Conor Caldwell and The High Seas.
A short Rolling Wave series on traditional Irish music and radio since the first 2RN broadcast. Part 4, the 1960s and the arrival of Seán Ó Riada and his group Ceoltóirí Chualann
A short Rolling Wave series on traditional Irish music and radio since the first 2RN broadcast. Part Three: the 1950s and the collecting and programmes of Ciarán Mac Mathúna.
Tuning the Radio - a Rolling Wave series on traditional Irish music and radio. Part Two: radio on the move as the Raidió Éireann Mobile Recording Unit journeys around the country.
Tuning the Radio - a short Rolling Wave series on traditional Irish music and radio since the first 2RN broadcast in January 1926. Part One - Humble Beginnings.
A preview of the forthcoming Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy in July and some choice pieces of music and song from the RTÉ Sound Archives
Master uilleann piper Liam Ó Floinn passed away in March of this year and tonight's Rolling Wave plays a selection of recordings of his music from his distinguished career
New recordings from Daithí Gormley on accordion, the six-piece group Danú, fiddle-player James Carty, Cork singer-songwriter Con Ó Drisceoil and Aidan Coffey, also accordion.
The programme tonight focuses on some newly issued traditional music recordings including Garvan Hill - a triple CD of archive recordings by Donegal fiddle player Mickey Doherty
We feature a Long Note radio programme from the 1970s presented by the celebrated traditional singer Seosamh Ó hÉanaí whose life was dramatised in the recent film Song of Granite.
New music recordings - singer Niall Hanna, banjo music from Shane Mulchrone, Manchester flute and whistle player Mike McGoldrick and the new Altan album Gap of Dreams
We feature a compilation album of songs and tunes called Music of Mayo, fiddle player Declan Folan, a three-piece group Music in the Glen and a 1979 Planxty recording from Germany.
Last Monday was the 30th anniversary of the death in 1988 of one of the most creative traditional Irish fiddle players, Tommie Potts and we remember him in tonight's Rolling Wave.
Tonight we remember master uilleann piper and whistle player Liam Ó Floinn who sadly passed away on Wednesday of this week.
Music from the NCH Gloaming Live album and a Long Note radio programme from the 1970s presented by the celebrated traditional singer Seosamh Ó hÉanaí
Next Thursday is International Women's' Day and tonight's Rolling Wave plays songs and music from women performers past and present.
Traditional and folk music in Ireland, presented by Peter Browne
The 38th Euroradio Folk Festival took place in the Czech Republic in the summer of last year and 20 countries took part. The Irish contribution came from the celebrated group Altan
Twenty years ago The Irish Traditional Music Archive in Dublin published a book of music collected by Canon James Goodman. Tonight we hear a documentary on Goodman.
This is the centenary year of the birth of the celebrated Co. Clare uilleann piper, whistle-player and singer Willie Clancy - born on Christmas Eve 1918.
New music on tonight's Rolling Wave from Cork singer Seán Ó Liatháin, American trio Open the Door for Three, an unusual duet with an exotic flavour to their music and more.
Tonight's programme features the concluding part of the Martin Hayes Quartet concert at the National Concert Hall in Dublin on October 28th last year.
The Martin Hayes Quartet performed at a sell-out concert in the National Concert Hall in Dublin last October. Recorded for RTÉ Radio One and is featured in tonight's Rolling Wave.
Two traditional music enthusiasts, Oisín Mac Diarmada and Daithí Gormley have just produced the "Fiddlers of Sligo Tunebook" celebrating the musical heritage of their home area