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Mon
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Wed
Thur
Fri
Sat
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
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
4:00AM
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
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
 Mix of Music including Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc
1:00PM
AT HOME AND ABROAD - TALK RADIO
2:00PM
Jazz/ Blues
3:00PM Artist of the Week 3pm - 3:10pm Then New Releases
4:00PM  Mix of Music incl Folk, Trad, Showbands, etc COMEDY
5:00PM CANADIAN MIX
6:00PM Learn Irish - 15 Min Lesson + 45 Mins Songs in Irish
7:00PM Folk and Trad 'til 9
8:00PM  Folk and Trad 'til 9
9:00PM CROONERS
10:00PM EASY LISTENING  INSTRUMENTAL
11:00PM 10PM - MIDNIGHT

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.

Apr 22nd - Apr 28th




Since 1962 The Shaw Festival has grown into a major annual event in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON.



Inspired by the spirit of George Bernard Shaw, the Shaw Festival creates unforgettable theatrical encounters. The Shaw Festival, home to Two-Way Theatre, is a place where people who are curious about the world gather to share the unique experience of live theatre. The 2018 Season, Artistic Director Tim Carroll’s (TC) second season, features 14 productions, including Stephen Fry’s Mythos: A Trilogy – Gods. Heroes. Men., two musicals, three plays about the centenary of the end of the Great War and more Secret Theatre.

Tim Carroll is the Artistic Director and shares his thoughts.

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A few weeks ago we chatted with Katrina Costello about her documentary, A Silver Branch.
An uplifting and emotional celebration of people and place, which captures the delicacy of the natural world; the heart and soul of a farmer-poet, Patrick McCormack; and the ancient rural spirit of Ireland which stands behind him. The Story is centred around Patrick and the land, The Burren, Western Ireland. A wild place where Mesolithic tombs, famine villages and present day small rocky fields are like jewels telling of our long human story on these hills. Patrick longs to farm in the quite pace his ascendants did. But his life gains a different momentum when he’s called to Battle in the Supreme courts to decide on the fate of this iconic wilderness




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In the opening line of his novel The Go Between the writer L.P. Hartley famously quipped ‘The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there’. For me history is about attempting to visit this foreign country L.P. Hartley talked about and seeing what life was like.
In this podcast I have trawled through eye witness accounts of travelers to early 19th century Ireland to give you a sense of what life was like in a past where they did things very differently.
From bare-knuckle boxing to prostitution, from public transport to what people did for fun, this show takes you on the trip to the foreign country that was Ireland in the 1820s.

Fin Dwyer
 

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