Debbie Mc Mahon speaks to Cathy Kelly about a lip sync battle which is taking place in Gaa Craobh Chiarann Gaa Club on the 20th October 2018 in aid of Saint Francis hospice in Raheny & Saint Annes ward in Beaumont hospital.
On this edition of Lifeline: Michael Sullivan speaks to Phillip McGuire, about a wave of recent assaults on farmers in North County Dublin, including a vicious attack on Patrick Walsh on the 2nd of Septmeber 2018, only 150 meters from his own home.
On this episode of Beyond The Back Page, Patrick Donohoe talks to Philip Moore about the Harry Potter inspired sport of ‘Quidditch’. Presenter: Patrick Donohoe. Interviewee: Philip Moore Broadcast; July the 12th 2018 at 5:15 pm
Today we look at two sports you may never ever have heard of. We were joined by Ashley Glover who will tell us about the sport of axe throwing and Philip Moore will talk to us about Harry Potter inspired sport of Quidditch. First aired: 12/07/2018
Michael Hennessy speaks to Amy Phillips, Product Manager with HEDRIN, on the topic of head lice and how she wants to get parents to “Spread the Word & Not the Lice”. Amy advises parents to “take a Peek once a week” and they can catch head-lice early and prevent their spreading. She particularly asks parents […]
Philip Connor, Head of Energy Services with Pinergy joins Noel to explain how over half of Dublin consumers are not actively monitoring energy usage. He also tells us how to become more energy efficient.
Tedfest which is now in it's 12th year is the annual celebration of Father Ted that takes place each year on the Craggy Island of Inis Mor. The three day event takes place on the last weekend of February in order to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the passing of Dermot Morgan on 28 February 1998. Peter is chatting to me from his hometown in Wales. We talk all things Ted, the award-winning sitcom, the production, the remakes, how he came up with the idea for the festival and friends ofTedfest. He highlights some of the festival events and what is happening in The Craggy Crack Den and The Craggy Island Spar including the Priest's & Nuns Fun Run, Tea-Riffic Tea Dance and Tea Tasting and Watty's Music Stage which has continuous music each day with a lineup including The Dubliners, The Cardinal Sins and Trad for Trocaire.
'Everything subject to change without notice nor comeback whether due to acts of God or straightforward incompetence'
Adrianne Murphy talks to Juta Celmare from Latvia and Tatjana Skot and Matej Silipetar from Croatia about their experience of living in Ireland as migrants, and how integration is a two way road.
More on the project:
Amid a troubling global context – the dehumanisation of migration policy, a decline in sensitive to human life and human rights, a rise in Islamophobic and xenophobic speech, the commercialisation of journalism – more than 150 European radio outlets and nearly 1,300 journalists from the eight RESPECT WORDS partner countries represented by IPI (Austria), Radio Dreyeckland (Germany), ERT (Greece), Civil Radio (Hungary), Near FM (Ireland), Radio Popolare (Italy), Radio Student (Slovenia) and the project coordinator EMARTv (Spain) have joined together to help strengthen media coverage of migrants and minorities, an indispensable tool in the fight against hate speech.
Under the theme “Ethical Journalism against Hate Speech”, the RESPECT WORDS project focuses on the need to rethink the way in which media outlets and journalists cover issues related to migration and ethnic and religious minorities. As part of the project, each partner is producing a series of 20 programmes exploring how media deals with migration and minorities in each partner country.
Debbie Mc Mahon speaks to Noelle Ryan who is from The Oesophageal Cancer Fund who are seeking volunteers for the 17th annual Lollipop day which is taking place Friday and Saturday February 23rd & 24th to raise funds & awareness of oesophageal cancer.
Philip St. John a Wicklow based playwright chats about his wickedly funny thriller The Restoration Of Hope, his work and collaborations with Speckintime, High Seas Productions and The New Theatre. The second play in Philip's Eerie Trilogy, it's a successor to the acclaimed Temptress.
'David Lynch meets Christmas' the play is a thrilling alternative to this season's pantomimes.
The Restoration Of Hope. November 20th - December 16th, The New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2