SCHEDULE 26/3/18 – 1/4/18 [WEEK 10]

Written by on March 26, 2018

Monday 26/03/2018 on www.atlanticradio.ie

4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am
The History Show
Tony McCarthy gives a talk on The Battle of Jutland (31 May – 1 June 1916)

5.15am, 9.15am, 1.15pm, 5.15pm, 9.15pm, 1.15am
In Search of the Lost Chord: Money!
This week’s tunes are all about the cash, moola, wonga, dinero, spondoolicks and greenbacks. Rob’s talking Money!

7.10am, 11.10am, 3.10pm, 7.10pm, 11.10pm, 3.10am
Transmission: 24 Hour Charity Shop Person
While the Happy Mondays may have released 24 Hour Party People, Ralph Mexico sees himself more as a 24 Hour Charity Shop Person, having plucked these fantastic tracks from the obscurity of a bargain bin at a charity shop.

 


Tuesday 27/03/2018

4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am
Irish Farmers Journal
This week we hear from the ringside at Killmallock Mart, the IFA National Council meeting and the latest on the Government’s plans for the bioeconomy.

4.30am, 8.30am, 12.30pm, 4.30pm, 8.30pm, 12.30am
The SodShow: James Basson, part 2
James Bason has designed and won medal for show gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the Gardening World Cup Japan and the Singapore Garden Festival to name but a few. He is a member of the Society of Garden Designers (SGD) in the UK.

5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm, 9pm, 1am
End Notes: Shiro Masuyama
This week Shiro Masuyama who describes himself as the only Japanese artist living in Northern Ireland discusses Buddhist funeral ritual, the death of his father, projects made for Halloween at Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre, and other matters. http://shiromasuyama.net/

6am, 10am, 2pm, 6pm, 10pm, 2am
Sounds and Places: Syria & South Africa
This week Roos speaks with guests Syria, Ireland and South Africa, and has some live music in studio.

7am, 11am, 3pm, 7pm, 11pm, 3am
Undercover Country Radio Show
On this week’s Undercover Country, we discuss what moment Steve Martin was trying to capture similar to a beer ad, tricking your band mate into forming a duo, play a group that have been described as ‘The Beatles Of Bluegrass’ and get Tom Waits’ verdict on The Eagles version of Ol’ 55!

 


Wednesday 28/03/2018

4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am
Rebel Sports Talk
Ger McCarthy interviews Southern Star newspaper Sports Editor Kieran McCarthy following the conclusion of Cork’s Allianz National Football League campaign.
Your comments: twitter.com/germccarthy74

4.30am, 8.30am, 12.30pm, 4.30pm, 8.30pm, 12.30am
There’s No Business Like: Reiki and Radiography
Moze talks to Louise Pollock who has two jobs. She takes X-rays in a hospital and practices Reiki in Cork and Clonakilty. Both professions involve working with energy. About hands-on healing, the systems/symbols involved, and working with the life force that is in everyone. On feelings, sense(s) & the logical mind. For more information go to www.reikitouch.ie

5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm, 9pm, 1am
Wireless from Flirt FM
On this edition of Wireless on Flirt FM:
We talk to Richard Logue in London about the campaign to keep RTÉ Radio 1 on long wave for the diaspora in Britain.
Dr Andrew Ó Baoill of NUI Galway explains why the Trump presidency will be a threat to community radio.
And Martina O’Brien tells us about CRAOL, the Community Radio Forum of Ireland.

6am, 10am, 2pm, 6pm, 10pm, 2am
Spoken Word: Dave Lordan
In anticipation of the launch of “The Spoken Word Show with Dave Lordan” we revisit this Clonline Radio Archive piece which features the man himself, along with a selection of his poetry.
Dave Lordan Writer / Dave Lordan Creativity

7am, 11am, 3pm, 7pm, 11pm, 3am
Pacific Age: Loves Lovely?
This week our host, J Synklavier, lost his voice while shouting profanities when his Delorean broke down late on a rainy night up a boreen near Goleen. Because of that, he has decided to soothe himself with a selection of somewhat lovelier tracks from the 80’s, and little to no spoken content.

 


Thursday 29/03/2018

4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am
Sparking Change With Dil
Courtesy of Headstuff – In this week’s Sparking Change we’re talking about ‘The Talk’ – or how to discuss sex with your children. Scary? Yes, but it doesn’t need to be. We also discuss a petition for mandatory consent classes in UCC, started by the UCC Feminist Society, and we hear a candid first-hand account of an Irish woman’s experience of a rogue crisis pregnancy clinic. In her editorial this week Dil looks at the struggle faced by many whose families do not accept them, or their partners because of racial or other biases. She reminds us that our parents’ view of who we love does not have to stop us reaching happiness.

5.30am, 9.30am, 1.30pm, 5.30pm, 9.30pm, 1.30am
Motherfoclóir
Courtesy of Headstuff – Teresa Lynn is a computational linguist who specialises in technology and Irish language. She visits Darach, Gearóidín and Ola on today’s episode of Motherfoclóir to defend machine translation from all the misguided criticism it’s been getting. She also talks about how systems like Bing and Google Translate work, emergency translation and the phenomenon of code switching. You can find out more about her work here.

6am, 10am, 2pm, 6pm, 10pm, 2am
The A-Z of 1958: Episode J
Jeepers! It’s Stero Bene with a jaunt through some judiciously selected juicy jives.

7am, 11am, 3pm, 7pm, 11pm, 3am
Paul of Sound: France vs UK
Inspired by a year of global sport, including the 2018 World Cup, a historic rivalry between France and Britain is reignited on Paul of Sound. In the blue corner, M83 and Justice. In the red corner, Burial and the Chemical Brothers. Who will come out on top?

 


Friday 30/03/2018

4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am
The Spoken Word Show with Dave Lordan
Rebel with numerous causes, West Cork-reared / Dublin-based author and poet, Dave Lordan is back on air with a whole new series, bringing you to the cutting edge of Ireland’s spoken word arts scene.

5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm, 9pm, 1am
With Relish
Courtesy of Headstuff – On this week’s episode of With Relish, Harry and Aoife yet again embark on a trip outside the walls of HeadStuff HQ in search of an insight into the Orient, but also mainly dumplings. To mark the middle of the Chinese New Year Festival 2018, the guys headed to the familiar surroundings of Dublin’s Asia Market on Drury St, which has been a staple for Ireland’s Asian community since 1981. We also begin the program by catching up with Harry, who was fresh off the plane from a visit to the South of Thailand. Harry spills the beans on some sub-par food, the 7/11 takeover and Southern Thailand’s Middle-Eastern influences.

6am, 10am, 2pm, 6pm, 10pm, 2am
Gary’s Late Night Cuts: Double Bill – Drum n Bass / DnB Impact
What could be better than sitting down, listening to a whole hour of Gary Hannon’s favourite tunes? I’ll tell you what could be better: sitting down, listening to TWO whole hours of Gary Hannon’s favourite tunes. It’s a Late Night Cuts double bill of Drum n Bass classics.

 


Saturday 31/03/2018

31/03/18 06:00 The History Show
31/03/18 07:15 In Search of the Lost Chord
31/03/18 09:12 Transmission
31/03/18 10:11 Irish Farmers Journal
31/03/18 10:36 The Sodshow
31/03/18 11:06 End Notes
31/03/18 12:06 Sounds and Places
31/03/18 12:58 Undercover Country
31/03/18 13:57 Spoken Word: Introducing Dave Lordan
31/03/18 14:59 Pacific Age
31/03/18 16:00 The History Show
31/03/18 17:15 In Search of the Lost Chord
31/03/18 19:12 Transmission
31/03/18 20:11 Irish Farmers Journal
31/03/18 20:36 The Sodshow
31/03/18 21:06 End Notes
31/03/18 22:06 Sounds and Places
31/03/18 22:58 Undercover Country
31/03/18 23:57 Spoken Word: Introducing Dave Lordan
01/04/18 00:59 Pacific Age

Sunday 01/04/2018

01/04/18 06:00 Rebel Sports Talk
01/04/18 06:30 There’s No Business Like: Reiki and Radiography
01/04/18 07:00 Wireless from Flirt FM
01/04/18 07:59 Sparking Change with Dil
01/04/18 09:30 Motherfocloir
01/04/18 10:01 The A-Z
01/04/18 11:02 Paul of Sound: France vs UK
01/04/18 11:59 The Spoken Word Show with Dave Lordan
01/04/18 13:00 With Relish
01/04/18 14:00 Gary’s Late Night Cuts
01/04/18 16:00 Rebel Sports Talk
01/04/18 16:30 There’s No Business Like: Reiki and Radiography
01/04/18 17:00 Wireless from Flirt FM
01/04/18 17:59 Sparking Change with Dil
01/04/18 19:30 Motherfocloir
01/04/18 20:01 The A-Z
01/04/18 21:02 Paul of Sound: France vs UK
01/04/18 21:59 The Spoken Word Show with Dave Lordan
01/04/18 23:00 With Relish
02/04/18 00:00 Gary’s Late Night Cuts


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