Tuesday Night Sport – Water Polo Interview

Sports Local Live interview Tadg Murphy, Junior ladies water polo coach, on their recent success at the 5 Nations championship in thun, Switzerland.

 

Edd and Neil chat to Tadg, about taking silver in this years event and the future of ladies water polo in Ireland.

Irish History Show Episode 27

Episode 27 of the Irish History Show on Near FM presented by Cathal Brennan and John Dorney. On this episode, we were joined by producer and director Kevin McCann to discuss his upcoming film, The Rising, about 1916 leader Seán MacDiarmada.

 

Perceptions 12/08/14

Listen back to this week’s episode of Perceptions

Saturday Sports Show 09/08/14

Fergus Carroll speaks to Ms Mary Mc Kenna of Donabate Golf Club.

Saturday Sports Show 02/08/14

Fergus Carroll speaks to Ms Mary Mc Kenna of Donabate Golf Club.

Perceptions – Interview with Andrew Reid

Listen back to this week’s episode of Perceptions with Rhona Coughlan

Perceptions interview with Amanda Ní Ghabhann

Rhona Coughlan interviewed Amanda Ní Ghabhann about
her recent 5 Peaks Challenge for Heads Up organised by
Earths Edge

Apologies for sound problems up to 4.45 mins

John Phelan – Bootstrap Films

Amanda Ní Ghabhann caught up with John Phelan of Boostrap Films
to hear all about the new Irish Film Noir Spiders Trap

Please be advised, there is strong language in the opening 2 minutes
as the movie trailer plays.

Swims in aid of the Lifeboat Service

Fergal Somerville talks to Noel McGuinness about his upcoming swims, the first of which will be around the island of Inis Meáin on the Aran Islands.  This swim be approximately 12 miles in distance and it will be the first attempt for anyone to swim the circumference of Inis Meáin.  It will start from the pier at the northernmost point of the island and wind clockwise past Inis Oirr to the open Atlantic Ocean at the southernmost part of the island to return to the pier via Inis Mór.

Fergal’s second swim will be the Baily to Bray swim in early September 2014 when he plans to swim from Baily Lighthouse in Howth to Bray, Co. Wicklow – a distance of 17.25 kilometres.  Funds raised this year from Fergal’s swims will be for the R.N.L.I., the voluntary lifeboats service that is valued by all water users and communities around Ireland.  For an update of all the information about the swims see http://fergalsomerville.blogspot.ie/?view=classic.

Ukelele in a Day

Colm Quearney, professional musician, tells Noel McGuinness about the workshop that will teach participants how to play the ukelele.  It is suitable for anyone aged 16+ and will take place in axis: Ballymun on 23rd August 2014.  see http://axisballymun.ie

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