SCHEDULE 29/01/18 – 04/02/18 [WEEK 2]

Written by on January 29, 2018

Monday 29 January 2018 on Atlantic Radio Ireland

08:00 In Search of the Lost Chord – A Sentimental Journey
Rob Armstrong’s not just taking us on a musical journey today, but a sentimental one, so pack the picnic basket, and join us as we meander down memory lane with a far away look in our eyes.
[Repeats at: 12pm, 4pm, 8pm]

09:55 Rebel Sports Talk
Resident human sport encyclopedia, Ger McCarthy interviews former Irish soccer international Kevin Kilbane and West Cork Youth Sports star of the year winner Laura Nicholson of Bandon AC.
[Repeats at: 1.55pm, 5.55pm, 9.55pm]

10:20 Theres No Business Like… Signwriting
Moze talks to Tomás Tuipéar about lettering, language, trains, punctuation, Clonakilty Black Pudding and Michael Collins’s grandmother (the two are connected). Another classic from the Clonline Radio archives.
[Repeats at: 2.20pm, 6.20pm, 10.20pm]

10:50 The Holybush Hour – Iconoclasm
Mick takes us back to 1985, when, in a small town in West Cork a statue of the Virgin Mary appeared to start swaying back and forth. Up in Dublin, the faithful gathered to pray outside the gates of RTE as Gay Byrne interviewed lesbian nuns on The Late Late Show, and in Manchester, Mark E. Smith was delivering (T)his Nation’s Saving Grace.
[Repeats at: 2.50pm, 6.60pm, 10.50pm]


Tuesday 30/01/18 on Atlantic Radio Ireland

08:00 – The A-Z
Deep in Sub-Basement 15 of Atlantic Towers, Atlantic Radio Ireland’s Head Music Librarian, Stereo Bene, can be found sorting, storing and shuffling through all kinds of crates and boxes… this is what he finds.
This week we return to the 1958 archive, moving on to peruse the contents of Folio B.
[Repeats at: 12pm, 4pm, 8pm]

09:00 – Paul of Sound
Paul of Sound, the only radio show to win a Michelin Star, because his taste is just so damn good. This week, Paul serves us a Tasting Platter of Electronic music, featuring a terrine of Röyksopp, served on a bed of Vitalic and an Aphex Twin foam. The chef recommends pairing this with a nice glass of Saint Etienne.
[Repeats at: 1pm, 5pm, 9pm]

09:55 – Port Walks
Part 2 of Baltimore artist Sheelagh Broderick’s documentary series about Dublin Port.
[Repeats at: 1.55pm, 5.55pm, 9.55pm]

10:30 Interviews on Atlantic – Practical Fitness with Iain O’Driscoll
Barry O’Mahony interviews Iain O’Driscoll, founder and owner of Absolute Health & Fitness, based at Clonakilty Rugby Club. The pair discuss the highs and lows of working in the fitness industry, and Iain offers up some sensible advice to anyone looking to get fit or lose weight.
[Repeats at: 2.30pm, 6.30pm, 10.30pm]

11:00 The Pirate Show
A guest production from Dublin Digital Radio, The Pirate Show is hosted by West Cork native, Dave Lordan, and features music & spoken word performances. The Pirate show celebrates rebel & working class culture & goes out once a fortnight.
[Repeats at: 3pm, 7pm, 11pm]


Wednesday 31/01/18 on Atlantic Radio Ireland

08:00 Undercover Country
It’s an action packed Undercover Country this week were we show how a person could ACTUALLY be their own grandparent, we play one of the most recorded slide guitarists ever despite only having an eighteen year career (and talk about the very mysterious disappearance of his second wife) & we give you the recipe for a down-home soul stew, courtesy of Marge Simpson (Julie Kavner)!
[Repeats: 12pm, 4pm, 8pm]

09:00 The History Show
In this episode, Kieran speaks to Gerry Coyle in Mayo, about his father Henry, who was a close comrade of Michael Collins during the Irish war of independence.
[Repeats: 1pm, 5pm, 9pm]

09:20 REPLAY: Atlantic Radio Ireland Official Launch Gig
Recorded on Saturday 20th of January 2018 at The Venue Nightclub, O’Donovan’s Hotel, Clonakilty.
[Repeats: 1.20pm, 5.20pm, 9.20pm]


Thursday 01/02/18 on Atlantic Radio Ireland

Please note that we have added additional rotations to accommodate our listeners overseas.
All times are given in GMT/UTC

[Thurs: 4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm] [Fri: 12am]
Spoken Word – Dave Lordan
To mark the return of Dave Lordan’s Pirate Show to our airwaves, we go back to the Clonline Radio archive: Moze Jacobs interviews writer/educator/pirate Dave Lordan, patron of the Organic Arts Festival 2016, and performance poet extraordinaire, about the stories behind his poetry, bogs, and how to exorcise the past.

[Thurs: 5am, 9am, 1pm, 5pm, 9pm] [Fri: 1am]
Sounds And Places – Uganda
Pack your bags and grab your passport! Roos Demol is taking us all to Uganda for this week’s episode of world music.

[Thurs: 6am, 10am, 2pm, 6pm, 10pm] [Fri: 2am]
End Notes – Tim Rowe
Tim Rowe, bee keeper and blogger, discusses the search for a Woodland Burial Site and other matters in this programme recorded at his smallholding in Bantry.

[Thurs: 7am, 11am, 3pm, 7pm, 11pm] [Fri: 3am]
Boahenson’s Hip Hop
Emmanuel Boahenson keeps on pumping out the slickest sounds.


Friday 02/02/18 on Atlantic Radio Ireland

Please note that we have added additional rotations to accommodate our listeners overseas.
All times are given in GMT/UTC

[FRI 4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm] [SAT 12am]
Interviews on Atlantic.
Behind The Camera with Fiona Ross: In this episode, Barry O’Mahony speaks to film & tv makeup artist, Fiona Ross, about everything from prima donna extras to pouring fake blood over vikings.

[FRI 4:29am, 8:29am, 12:29pm, 4:29pm, 8:29pm] [SAT 12:29am]
The Rockers’ Guide.
Ballad Of A Hardman: Eamonn speaks with an esteemed music peer and Thin Lizzy aficionado Philip Bourke, about the life and music of Phil Lynott. Phil talks us through the musical gems of one of the world’s greatest guitar bands, and one of Ireland’s most visionary songwriters.

[FRI 5:29am, 9.29am, 1.29pm, 5:29pm, 9.29pm] [SAT 1.29am]
The History Of Protest Songs.
Protest Songs of the Vietnam War: Kieran and Dominic examine the inspirational protest songs that were sparked by the USA’s participation in the Vietnam war.

[FRI 6:08am, 10:08am, 2:08pm, 6:08pm, 10:08pm] [SAT 2:08am]
Clon Jazz Collective at DeBarra’s.
According to listener feedback, there is no such thing as too much Gary Hannon. With that in mind, we’re giving you a double bill of the G Man tonight, with Gary’s Late Night Cuts in its usual slot, but first, you lucky devils get the chance to hear Gary play live with the Clonakilty Jazz Collective, in this recording from 2017.

[FRI 7:08am, 11:08am, 3:08pm, 7:08pm, 11:08pm] [SAT 3:08am]
Gary’s Late Night Cuts.
Nina Simone: Nina Simone was the “High Priestess of Soul”, a jazz giant, a torch songstress, a ballad singer, a blues singer, a leading figure of the civil rights movement of the 1960’s, and much more. Tonight, Gary explores some aspects of this incredible artist, who defies categorisation.


Replays for Saturday & Sunday on Atlantic Radio Ireland…
 
SATURDAY 03/02/18
 
08:00/16:00 Rebel Sports Talk
08:25/16:25 Fitness with Iain O’Driscoll – Interviews on Atlantic 08:55/16:55 Port Walks Episode 2
09:25/17:25 Theres No Business Like… Signwriting
09:55/17:55 A-Z of 1958
10:54/18:54 Protest Songs of the Vietnam War – The History Of Protest Songs
11:34/19:34 Spoken Word – Dave Lordan
12:35/20:35 Paul of Sound – Electronic
13:30/21:30 Boahenson [Hip Hop]
14:00/22:00 The Holybush Hour – Iconoclasm
14:45/22:45 Gary’s Late Night Cuts – Nina Simone
 
SUNDAY 04/02/18
 
08:00/16:00 Undercover Country
09:00/17:00 End Notes – Tim Rowe
10:00/18:00 Behind The Camera with Fiona Ross – Interviews on Atlantic
10:30/18:30 The History Show – Gerry Coyle
10:50/18:50 Sounds And Places – Uganda
11:50/19:50 In Search of the Lost Chord
13:48/21:48 The Rockers’ Guide – Phil Lynott: Ballad Of A Hardman
14:48/22:48 Clon Jazz Collective

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