SCHEDULE 26/02/18 – 4/3/18 [WEEK 6]
Written by ARI on February 25, 2018
Snow Day Schedule: THURSDAY 1/3/18
7am & 4pm – In Search of the Lost Chord: 50 Year Ago
We all know that 1968 was the year that King Baudouin of Belgium played hurling with Éamon de Valera and Jack Lynch on the grounds of Áras an Uachtaráin, but Rob Armstrong insists that 50 years ago, there was some mighty fine music going on too. In this episode he sets out to prove that.
8:55am & 5:55pm – Irish Farmers Journal Weekly Podcast
This week: Vincent Roddy and John Hanley speak on CAP after a consultation meeting, chat about the key things to look for in a bull and hear from the UCD Debate team; the ICSA call for an overhaul of the beef grading system; CAFRE Dairy Open Day; a young Limousin breeder outlines her future prospects and West Women in Farming at their conference in GMIT.
9:30am & 6:30pm – There’s No Business Like… Scannell’s Bar
Moze Jacobs takes a trip to the Clonakilty institution that is Scannell’s Bar, to find out the secrets to its success.
10am & 7pm – Practical Fitness: Neil Burrell
This week Barry chats with Neil Burrell, proprietor of Clonakilty Sports Injury and Back Pain Clinic.
10:30am & 7:30pm – The History of the Protest Song: Ireland
This week, Dominic and Kieran explore protest songs that cover major events in Ireland, from Northern Ireland to religious issues to water protests and examine the historical context of those songs.
11am & 8pm – Undercover Country
On this week’s Undercover Country, we play some German country and a blues group fronted by a Viellist, a re-telling by arguably, Ireland’s greatest storyteller, Eddie Lenihan and we reveal the identity of the mysterious ‘Silver Yodeler’!
12pm & 9pm – End Notes: Stephen Donnelly
This week Welsh artist, performer and organiser Stephen Donnelly, shares his funeral playlist and discusses his art project How the Dead Live.
1pm & 10pm – The Pirate Show with Dave Lordan
Dave Lordan’s Pirate Show is back once again, courtesy of Dublin Digital Radio, to bring rebel culture to the masses.
2pm & 11pm – The Rockers Guide: Heavy Progressives
This week The Rockers Guide keeps it heavy and progressive with a selection of music from the record label Profound Lore; including Prurient & Altar of Plagues. Stay tuned also for gems from Irish metal legends Primordial, and new material from Julie Christmas/Cult of Luna’s ‘Mariner’ album.
3pm & 12am – Pacific Age: Eurotrash
Parade Ground, The Invincible Spirit, and a lesson in how to pronounce Χωρίς Περιδέραιο… or maybe not.
Snow Day Schedule: Friday 2/3/18
7am & 4pm The Movie Music Hour: 1986
Taking a trip back to the year of his birth, Barry picks out some of the best soundtracks from 1986.
8am & 5pm The A-Z of 1958: Episode F
Stereo Bene continues to dig deeper into the musical archives, here at Atlantic Towers. This week he was fairly fortunate in finding this fine folio of fabulous files. This week, we’re on the letter F.
9am & 6pm Rebel Sports Talk
Ger McCarthy presents another episode of RebelSportsTalk, interviewing Dutch native and West Cork resident Danny Peters following his retirement from Bantry Bay Rovers AFC after 20 years voluntary service.
9:30am & 6:30pm The History Show: The Battle of The Big Cross 1798
Kieran interviews Cionnaith Ó Súilleabháin, former Clonakilty mayor and member of Dúchas Clonakilty heritage group about the Battle of the Big Cross, Tadhg an Asna and the united Irishmen in West Cork.
10am & 7pm The Sodshow Gardening Podcast
2018 will see designers Tamara Bridge and Kate Savill design their 2nd RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden and on this weeks episode of The Sodshow the duo chat with Peter Donegan about just how that happened, what it means and how they work together.
10:30am & 7:30pm Moze Talks to… Margaret O’Driscoll
Margaret O’Driscoll has seven grown-up kids and 11 grandchildren. A busy life caring for others. After joining a poetry group in Bandon she started to write again. Now her simple and beautiful poems take her to amazing places including the US Society of Classical Poets, India, and the UK exam curriculum.
11am & 8pm Wireless (courtesy of Flirt FM)
John Walsh presents an hour of in depth discussion on the world of radio broadcasting.
12pm & 9pm Transmission: Australia and New Zealand
Listen to Ralph Mexico play the platters that matter from Down Under. Don’t be scared – he won’t play “Down Under”.
1pm & 10pm Paul of Sound: Depeche Mode
Paul tells the story of an electronic music icon: Depeche Mode.
2pm & 11pm The Hollybush Hour: Amon Tobin
In a rare crossover episode, host of “Insurgence” Lauren Guillery takes over the Hollybush Hour, and looks at the Brazilian electronic musician Amon Tobin.
3pm & 12am Gary’s Late Night Cuts: 90’s Techno
This week, Gary’s genre of choice is going to have you dancing til the break of dawn; it’s 90’s Techno.