On this edition of Lifeline: Michael Sullivan is joined by Helena Scully, Mercer Glanbia Bone Research Fellow at the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin noting that vitamin D deficiency is widespread across Dublin and surrounding areas. Broadcast: 11/09/2020
Michael is joined by Gerry Farrell from We Are Dublin Town to discuss the challenges facing businesses in the city centre.
Northside Today 16-03-2020 Donie speaks to Cllr. Daithi Doolan SF about the rezoning of lands in Dublin
Cllr. Daithi Doolan S explains to Donie the situation surrounding rezoning of certain lands in Dublin.
Northside Today 16-03-2020 Ciaran Murray speaks with Declan P. Byrne and John ‘Miley’ Walsh about the Dublin dockworkers
Retired dockworkers Declan P. Byrne and John ‘Miley’ Walsh talk to Ciaran Murray about their life and times as dockworkers and they also discuss the Dublin Dockworkers Preservation Society
Northside Today 19-02-2020 Noel McGuinness talks to Professor John Cassidy, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, on celebrating 130 years of Kevin Street College.
Professor John Cassidy, School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, joins Noel to discuss saying goodbye to Kevin Street & hello to Grangegorman TU Dublin, invited to Celebrate 130 years of Kevin Street College.
On this edition of Northside Today: John Healy speaks to Dr. Margaret Rae, Director, AORA (Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance) about Dublin going Atlantic Blue for World Oceans Day this weekend. Broadcast: 05/06/2019
Walks through James Joyce’s Dublin is a brand new series from Near FM and the James Joyce Centre that follows the mercurial world of James Joyce and his characters through Dublin’s fair city. In this audio series Dublin comes alive through the Joycean walking…
International Award winning documentary at the New York Festival World Radio awards 2019 Near FM present JJ’s an audio documentary about the revered Jazz and Blues music venue JJ Smyths which operated on Dublin’s Aungier Street for over 30 years. Hear the…
Gerry Cooley,Tourist Guide, Author, and regarded as the most prolific Oral/Folklore Historian currently at work in the City of Dublin has a candid chat with John Healy, about whats going on, in and around Dublin, the rare owl City.