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GOLF's Subpar, hosted by featuring former PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and his long time friend and on course rival Drew Stoltz, pairs colorful segments with in-depth sit-down interviews with the game’s biggest personalities. It will be available across GOLF.com’s platforms every Tuesday.
A native of Sète in Southern France, Rio’s fascination with disco music began at an early age. A renowned producer, DJ and label owner, Rio has taken this passion to become one of the House music industry’s major players. Discovering House music in the 90s, pushed Rio behind the decks, crossing paths with DJs Brown Sugar and Niko De Luka, with whom he founded the label Suka Records back in 2008. By 2012, Rio joined the might Stuttgart-based music group, HOUSESSESION; it was here that he crea ...
official SWITCH2SMILE soundcloud I would like to introduce you an upcoming Electronic music project named Switch2Smile. Switch2smile (I-one dj) is very talented and passion driven DJs and producers from Europe (Slovakia). He started out as a professional dancer as he was also born with a feel for rhythm. When he was 15 he started his first electronic music experiments where he has encountered a magic unlike in any other genre. The clubbing experiences came in 2002 and from this moment on he ...
Highlights from the daily news programme with Sarah McInerney and Cormac O’Eadhra. Featuring all the latest stories, interviews and special reports. Listen live Monday to Friday at 4.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Dj/Producer/RemixerSEBASTIAN MORXX South America enjoys one of the freshest clubbing party scences anywhere in the world, reknowner for its vibrancy. Colombia is one of the latest places to enjoy this and there is a young talent brewing there - it started in Ontario Canada, where he bacame the resident for ''BOSS'' parties-serving up The best house music and gaining a sizable local following. He is equally at home playing House and more banging electro sounds, and this has lead him all acros ...
Ska Boom - An American Ska & Reggae Podcast is hosted by Marc Wasserman, author of the forthcoming book Ska Boom: An American Ska & Reggae Oral History. Wasserman helped start Bigger Thomas -- the first ska band from New Jersey -- in 1988 and had a front row seat to watch the growth of American ska. Ska Boom is the audio companion to the book, which tells the origin stories of 18 American ska and reggae bands and one national tour from the early 80s through the mid 90s that helped to give bi ...
Welcome to Life’s Lost Luggage, where we pass on everything we have learnt during the process of leaving our safe office jobs in London, to travel the world making inspiring videos for social media. We tell you the full story of how we got to where we are, including all the mishaps and successes. We will also be giving advice on the countries we have visited and recording live podcasts on locations from our new and exciting journeys. Please come along with us as we search for Life's Lost Lug ...
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
Traveler, foodie, outdoor lover, & single mom featured in Huffpo Travel and listed as one of the top black travel bloggers on the planet. Every other week listeners will get exciting content such as the latest travel trends, interviews with adventurous travelers, and tips to have a more adventurous life. www.outdoorsydiva.com
Bookings : Rodney Lay email@example.com DJ Alex Taylor has been at the forefront of Australia’s dance music industry for 25 years. With a passion for quality house music, that is soulful, deep and funky to tribal and progressive. He has forged a name for himself that sees him playing regularly across the country and around the world. With residencies and guest sets at some of Australia’s biggest clubs such as Arq, The Ivy, Trademark, Tank, Home and Hugos Lounge, The Midnight Shift and The Be ...
Naomi O'Leary, Europe Correspondent for the Irish Times, reports that Johnson & Johnson has said it will delay the roll-out of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe after US authorities moved to suspend use of the shot due to health concerns.By RTÉ Radio 1
Sandra Hurley reports that the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Ronan Glynn has urged people to do all they can to keep Covid 19 under control for the next six to eight weeks, to minimise the introduction of variants.By RTÉ Radio 1
Reverend Tracey McRoberts, Rector of St Matthews, Shankill; and Fr Martin Magill, Parish Priest in St John's, Falls Road, discuss the situation in BelfastBy RTÉ Radio 1
Lisa Fallon, head coach with Galway United, discusses the announcement by League 2 club Forrest Green that they want to appoint a woman to be the men's team managerBy RTÉ Radio 1
Stefan De Keersmaecker, European Commission Spokesperson for Health; and Luke O'Neill, Professor at the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin, discuss Johnson & Johnson's decision to delay the roll out of it's Covid -19 vaccine in EuropeBy RTÉ Radio 1
Aoife Gallagher, analyst with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, tells us that from just 800 messages in 2019, the messaging app telegram witnessed a 7,400% increase in far right content last yearBy RTÉ Radio 1
John Cooke reports that rapid antigen testing for Covid-19 will be rolled out in colleges and universities to allow students to safely return to campusBy RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Gerald Barry, Lecturer in Virology in UCD, gives his view on the value of antigen or lateral flow testing?By RTÉ Radio 1
Joe O'Brien, Minister of State; and Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, Fine Gael TD, discuss if it is time for a new tax on the wealthy, to show solidarity during the pandemicBy RTÉ Radio 1
Seymour Platt, Christine Keeler's son, tells us that, fifty-seven years after Christine Keeler's conviction for perjury, he is seeking a pardon for her from the Queen.By RTÉ Radio 1
Kenneth Mealy, Co-Lead of the National Clinical Programme for Surgery and Chair of the Board of the National Office of Clinical Audit, discusses surgical delaysBy RTÉ Radio 1
On this week's episode of GOLF's Subpar, eleven-time NFL Pro Bowler Larry Fitzgerald joins PGA Tour pro Colt Knost and his close friend and on course rival Drew Stoltz for an exclusive, in-studio, interview. The two-time winner at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am explains some unique circumstances behind one of his rounds there with Kevin Streelman, if his …
Dermot Lacey, Labour Party Councillor, is calling for Fitzwilliam Square Park in Dublin 2 to be opened to the public for the first time.By RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy reports from Dublin Airport, as travelers rush into Ireland before mandatory quarantine rules kick in.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mick Dawson, CEO of Leinster Rugby, tells us that Leinster Rugby has submitted plans to Government to use rapid antigen testing to allow the return of spectators to matches at the RDS Arena.By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Reynolds, Crime Crime Correspondent, reports that the case of a Co Louth man who spent 14 months in prison for IRA membership before his conviction was overturned has been declared "a miscarriage of justice".By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Moynagh, Professor of Immunology at NUI Maynooth; and Dr. Illona Duffy, GP in Monaghan, tell us that The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) is expected to recommend that only people over 60 years of age should get the AstraZeneca vaccineBy RTÉ Radio 1
For many, a trip to the sea was their top priority as John Cooke found out speaking to those enjoying the beach in LahinchBy RTÉ Radio 1
Aisling Reid, PARC, road safety campaign group, tells us what the figures show about the rate of convictions for driving without a licenceBy RTÉ Radio 1
Henry Samuel, Paris Correspondent for the Telegraph, reports that the world's most expensive painting, by Leonardo da Vinci, turns out not to be by Da Vinci after all.By RTÉ Radio 1
Harriet Alexander, journalist, has been monitoring the trial of Derek ChauvinBy RTÉ Radio 1
John Mark McCafferty, Chief Executive of Threshold, tells us about the tenants who are most vulnerable as this moratorium lifts.By RTÉ Radio 1
Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fáil TD for Limerick, wants to bring chairman and editor-in-chief at Forbes Media, Steve Forbes and editorial staff to Limerick.By RTÉ Radio 1
5 years on from the influx of a million migrants to Germany, how well have they integrated? Freelance journalist, Thomas Rogers, tells us.By RTÉ Radio 1
House and Hubbard join right after Hideki Matsuyama's historic victory at Augusta. They discuss how many players this year seemed to feel pressure late in the tournament and how they may have to rethink their play strategy moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
Unlike the macho posturing of 80s heavy metal, which I found misogynistic and dumb, goth bands and music appealed to me. The music was moody and danceable and explored the more existential and darker questions of life and death. Where 2 Tone molded my emerging political sensibilities and gave me a world view and an identity, goth spoke to the misun…
Suzanne Breen, Political Editor for Belfast Telegraph, reports the latest on Northern Ireland's disturbances and the prospects for the weekend. Thomas Byrne, Minister of State Department of the Taoiseach and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade with responsibility for EU Affairs, gives his reaction…
Fintan Hourihan, CEO of the Irish Dental Association, tells us what type of dental treatment are patients on this medical card scheme currently entitled to and how has that changedBy RTÉ Radio 1
Bertie Ahern, Former Taoiseach, on his encounters with Britain's Prince Philip whose death was announced today.By RTÉ Radio 1
Gary Murphy, father of Daragh Murphy, a child with autism and a mild intellectual disability, says he is frustrated by the process through which parents appeal a school's decision not to enrol their child.By RTÉ Radio 1
Harriet Alexander, Independent Journalist, reports on the trial of Derek Chauvin, who is accused of murdering George FloydBy RTÉ Radio 1
Richard Fitzwilliams, Royal Commentator, on the death of Britain's Prince PhilipBy RTÉ Radio 1
Sharon Gaffney, Journalist with France 24, reports that France has directed under-55s who received AstraZeneca for their first coronavirus jab to get a different vaccine, like Moderna or Pfizer, for their second appointment. Dr Anne Moore, Vaccine Specialist and Senior Lecturer at UCC School of Biochemistry, gives her reaction…
Cathal Walsh, Professor of Statistics in the Health Research Institute of Limerick, tells us that all children can safely return to the classroom after the Easter Break.By RTÉ Radio 1
01. Dunmore Brothers Feat. Ayaba Poetic - Step Closer (Original Mix) - SNATCH! 02. Flashmob - Closer (Extended Mix) - TOOLROOM 03. Mathieu Cetta & Terri B! - Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Mix) - VAMOS TALENTS 04. The Cube Guys Feat. Mandy Smith - Santhosh (Club Mix) - CUBE 05. Victor Perez, Vicente Ferrer - September (Original Mix) - SOLEADO …
Allison Morris, Crime Correspondent and columnist with the Belfast Telegraph, reports on rioting in BelfastBy RTÉ Radio 1
Fergal Keane reports that figures just published this afternoon show and improving picture in relation to Covid 19 in the country, but there are some surprises about where people believe they may be contracting the disease.By RTÉ Radio 1
Louise Bayliss, Spokesperson for Spark - lone parent peer advocacy group, tells us why some parents are calling for schools to relax their dress codes and uniform requirements, while clothes shops are closed.By RTÉ Radio 1
Marty Morrissey, GAA Correspondent, and Colm O Rourke, former Meath footballer, on how Monaghan senior football manager Seamus 'Banty' McEnaney has been suspended for 12 weeks by the county board after it emerged the team took part in a group training session.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mark Lindsay, Chair of the Police Federation of Northern Ireland; Gerry Kelly, Sinn Fein MLA for North Belfast and member of the Northern Ireland Policing Board; and Gordon Lyons, DUP MLA for East Antrim discuss last night's violence in BelfastBy RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy reports on Akram Hussein who had worked in Centra in Drumcondra where he was hailed as the "world's best shopkeeper" by the local community.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr. Jack Lambert, Professor of Medicine and Infectious Disease in UCD, discusses safe shopping during lockdownBy RTÉ Radio 1
Brian Robson, Welsh man who airmailed himself in crate in the 1960s, is now looking for the two Irishmen who helped nail it shut.By RTÉ Radio 1
Simon Carswell, Finance Correspondent with The Irish Times, reports that the Health Products Regulatory Authority is investigating the first Irish case of a rare blood clot linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.By RTÉ Radio 1
Evelyn O'Rourke, Study Hub, has been looking into the mental health issues that face secondary school students.By RTÉ Radio 1
Ella Arensman, Professor of Public Mental Health, on the the impact of Covid on our mental wellbeing and the need for real-time suicide and self-harm data.By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Redmond, ESRI, tells us that the gender breakdown for minimum wage workers in this country is roughly 50:50, and low paid Irish workers are at the lowest risk of poverty of any country in Europe.By RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy hears from some of Ireland's newly founded businessesBy RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Hunter, Professor in Medicine at the University of East Anglia, tells us why the UK medical regulator is now warning that people aged 18-29 should not use the AstraZeneca jabBy RTÉ Radio 1