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12:00AM
CELTIC ROCK
1:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
2:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
3:00AM
CANADIAN MIX
4:00AM
Irish Traditional
5:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
6:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
7:00AM
CANADIAN MIX
8:00AM
AT HOME AND ABROAD - TALK RADIO
9:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
10:00AM
Spiritual
 Mix of Music inc Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
11:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
12:00PM
 CANADIAN MIX
1:00PM
AT HOME AND ABROAD - TALK RADIO
2:00PM
Jazz/ Blues
3:00PM New Releases
4:00PM  Mix of Music incl Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc COMEDY
5:00PM CANADIAN MIX
6:00PM Learn Irish - 5 Minute Lesson + 55 Minutes of Songs in Irish
7:00PM Irish Traditional
8:00PM Irish Traditional
9:00PM CROONERS
10:00PM EASY LISTENING  INSTRUMENTAL
11:00PM EASY LISTENING  INSTRUMENTAL


 

Each talk show AT HOME AND ABROAD will be initially broadcast at 8:00am on Sunday repeated at 8:00am and 1pm daily for one week.


It will then move to the archives.
 Mar 24th 2019 - Mar 30th 2019



Director Lee Cronin

Lee Cronin is an Irish writer and director. His debut feature film The Hole in the Ground (2019) will have it's world premiere at Sundance Film Festival. He is previously well known for the award winning Ghost Train (2013) which won the Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Short film. Earlier in his career, he wrote and directed the short films Billy & Chuck (2011) and Through the Night (2010)

The Hole in the Ground; One night, Sarah's young son disappears into the woods behind their rural home. When he returns, he looks the same, but his behavior grows increasingly disturbing. Sarah begins to believe that the boy who returned may not be her son at all.


Director and Lead Actor Liam O Mochain

In 1996, Liam wrote and produced the short film 'Fortune', in which he also co- starred with Derdriu Ring ('Law and Order: Criminal Intent'), and Maire Stafford ('Felica's Journey'). The short had its world premiere at the Manchester Int. Short Film Festival and won best short film at the 1998 Worldfest Houston Int. Film Festival. 
Liam made his feature debut in 1999 as a writer/director/producer with 'The Book That Wrote Itself'. The film starring Liam O Mochain and Antoinette Guiney featured George Clooney, Kenneth Branagh, Melanie Griffith and Chazz Palaminteri in cameo roles. The film world premiered at the 1999 Galway Film Fleadh and int. premiere at the 1999 Vancouver Int. Film Festival. It went on to screen at a further 20 int. film festivals worldwide and won a critics prize at the 1999 Austin Film Festival. Liam has directed/produced more than 20 documentaries and TV shows for RTE and TG4 (national broadcasters in Ireland).

Lost and Found: Seven strangers with very different stories have one thing in common: they are all searching for something. Their lives unexpectedly intertwine at a small lost and found office in an Irish train station.


DOOLIN' 


Doolin’, formed in Toulouse in 2005, comprises six accomplished and eclectic musicians who have gained fame through their music. French in origin – though easily mistaken for Irish musicians – this sextet (guitar, bodhrán, violin, tin whistle, accordion/vocals, bass) brings a fresh approach to Irish music. Inspired by the purest tradition, Doolin’ combines instrumentals, vocals and original compositions in a resolutely modern style. The arrangements, at times taking their inspiration from pop-rock, folk, jazz, funk or even rap (and always in the best taste), emit great energy.

That’s Doolin’ – Irish music with a French touch!

Doolin’ is an Irish music group whose name derives from the little village of musical fame in south-west Ireland. Born in 2005 from an encounter between six accomplished musicians, from its inception Doolin’ have perfected a mixture of novel musical genres. Whilst some of the band were immersed in the world of traditional Irish music, and others were active in the jazz scene or in the pop rock wave of the eighties and nineties, they found a common love in traditional Irish music. From ballads to furiously fast jigs, from their own compositions to traditional tunes, Doolin’ offers a rich palette of sound. From the intimate atmosphere of an Irish pub to the spectacle of the concert stage, this sextet has been support act to major names such as Altan, Kevin Burke, Martin Hayes and Mairtín O’Connor. Members of Doolin’ have played with Carlos Nuñez and Dan Ar Braz and the major Irish flute player Desi Wilkinson (De Dannan, Cran) have rejoined the group for a tour in 2006. Habitués of prestigious venues where they seduce the audience by their unassailable energy, this French group plays homage to Irish music throughout France and Europe.


Named by RTÉ.ie as “one of ten fierce women defining Irish culture”, Dublin-based singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Inni-K (Eithne Ní Chatháin) has received consistent praise for her fresh style of indie-folk since the 2015 release of her acclaimed album ‘The King has Two Horse’s Ears’.

Inni-K’s eagerly-awaited second album, titled ‘The Hare & the Line’, is out March 2019. 'The Hare & the Line' presents a more raw, more affecting collection of songs than Inni-K’s previous work; a collection varied in tone, and showing the maturity of these past years spent engaged in music.

Inni-K's music draws on her extensive background in folk and traditional Irish music, even as she ventures into new musical territories. Her music combines ethereal vocals with deft musicianship, evocative lyrics (bilingual at times), and a unique approach to song-writing. Having shared stages with various renowned musicians including Malian kora master Toumani Diabaté, drummer Jeff Ballard, Glen Hansard, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Lisa Hannigan, and many more, Inni-K is becoming a well-established presence in Irish music.

The Dig: Andy Tohill
https://www.irishradio.ca/m3u/20190224e.m3u

After serving 15 years in prison for murder, Ronan Callahan returns to his rural Northern Ireland home to find his property dotted with flags and pockmarked with excavations. Sean, the father of Ronan’s victim, has spent the years since his daughter’s disappearance digging relentlessly in search of her remains.

 

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