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Irish broadcaster RTÉ lyric fm's weekly documentary slot. Programmes about music, literature, visual arts and other areas where creativity is manifest. Broadcast on Sundays at 6pm on RTÉ Lyric FM.
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Highlights and special guest interviews and performances from Marty Whelan's breakfast show on RTÉ Lyric FM. Also includes recipes from the wonderful kitchen of Neven Maguire. Listen weekdays 7-10am on RTÉ Lyric FM.
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Luke Clancy’s excursion into art, design, music, performance, media, technology and a world of intriguing possibilities. Broadcast weekdays on Lorcan Murray's Classic Drive on RTÉ Lyric FM.
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Wilde Stories is an artistic transmedia project around Oscar Wilde's collection of fairytales 'The Happy Prince and Other Tales'. The project brings together Irish artists including composer Michael Gallen and visual artist Felicity Clear, to re-imagine the stories in a broadcast collaboration with RTÉ lyric fm. The series is narrated by actor Robert Sheehan, with readings from Lauren Coe and Brian Gleeson. It is an Athena Media production made with the support of the Broadcasting Authority ...
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A three part documentary radio series presented by Barry McGovern exploring contemporary Irish composers and their music. What shaped the sound of the century? An Athena Media production for RTÉ Lyric fm made with the funding support of the BAI and the TV licence fee in partnership with the Contemporary Music Centre. Production support by Jonathan Grimes of CMC, the producer is Helen Shaw and the audio editor is Pearse Ó Caoimh.
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The flickers and flourishes that make Irish music sounds special, with composer Dave Flynn; the sound of a bell that can't be heard inspires a new piece Tadhg O'Sullivan; and Rachel Redmond on re-activating the repertoire of Rachel Baptist, one of the stars of a good night out in 1750s Ireland.By RTÉ lyric fm
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The double emergence (for the first time in more than 200 years) of periodical cicada Broods XIX and XIII inspired a band of sound recordists, musicians, poets, composers, entomologists and environmentalists to gather beneath the trees in Illinois this June to listen, record and improvise with a trillion piece orchestra of singing critters.…
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Norwegian composer Kristine Tjøgersen in her fish-forward orchestral work, Pelagic Dreamscape; the first man to be arrested, wrongly, with the help of AI-enabled policing; an artist-led wiff-waff pow-wow at Cork Midsummer; and organist and scholar Geoffrey Webber on the restored 19th century organ at Sandford church as part of Pipeworks Festival.…
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Paddy Woodworth re-litigates whether Kropotkin was a crackpot in The Naturalist's Bookshelf; Tadhg O'Sullivan floats in with his Cloud of Unknowing; Jennifer Walshe's Things Know Things follows the electronic trail of a neighbourhood cat; and the voices behind a performance of Stockhausen's Stimmung on the composer's baby his cosmic vocal workout.…
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