Marian Finucane

Marian Finucane

Saturday, Sunday, 11 - 1pm

marian@rte.ie

Marian Finucane Saturday 21 September 2013

Marian Finucane

Marian Finucane

Live stimulating mix of news, interviews, reports and discussion.

Harry Belafonte

Harry Belafonte

Although a hugely successful actor and musician – it was his role as an activist – that made him a huge and significant force in the American Civil Rights movement after which he went on to get involved in numerous humanitarian causes.

Martin Luther King, John F Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Fidel Castro, Nelson Mandela are just some of the greats he has encountered in his lifetime.

Harry Belafonte came to Ireland to receive an Ambassador of Conscience Award from Amnesty International for his work on human rights and social justice. 

Recessionary Anxiety - Dr. Colm O'Connor

Recessionary Anxiety - Dr. Colm O'Connor

Clinical psychologist Dr. Colm O'Connor joins Marian to talk about 'Recessionary Anxiety'

Irish Noir

Irish Noir

John Kelly broadcaster and author John Connolly on their 4 part series “Irish Noir” which is broadcast Saturday night at 7pm on RTE Radio 1.

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Silencing the Bells of St Barthole0mew’s

Silencing the Bells of St Barthole0mew’s

Reverend Andrew McCroskery of St Bartholemew’s joins Marian on the line to talk about noise pollution.

Eoghan Corry - Autumn Breaks

Eoghan Corry - Autumn Breaks

Editor of 'Travel Extra' Eoghan Corry joins Marian to talk about Autumn breaks at home and abroad, plus other travel news.

Money Find

Conor Feehan of the Evening Herald newspaper joins Marian to talk about an honest plumber who found €140,000 in cash under a bath he was working on.

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