• DocArchive: From Val Vousden Till Now MP3

    Fifty years of entertainment recalled by Maureen Potter, Jack Cruise, Joe Linnane and many others, together with excerpts from radio shows down the years. (1976)

    15.10.2014

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    15.10.2014

  • Sunken Treasures MP3

    Diving for buried treasure no longer the story of fairy tales – with over 17,000 shipwrecks recorded in Irish waters, do we think about what lies beneath these seas?

    29.11.2013

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    29.11.2013

  • DocArchive: Codename Paddy O'Brien MP3

    Jim and Donal O'Donovan are father and son. Unbeknownst to each other, both lived double lives, both connected to Germany and both at very crucial periods in the nation's history. (2007)

    28.11.2013

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    28.11.2013

  • DocArchive: How Do You Say MP3

    A look into the ups and downs of learning a new language and the benefits of being multilingual. The programme talks to students and teachers about what the major obstacles are and recommends techniques to improve learning (Broadcast 1969)

    27.11.2013

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    27.11.2013

  • DocArchive: The Man on the Moons MP3

    The story of how a farm labourer from Carrickmacross ended up having his name inscribed on a plaque that now resides on the moon. (2009)

    26.11.2013

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    26.11.2013

  • Lions on Tour - The Jersey Returns ! MP3

    In 1930 a boat set sail from Southampton carrying 29 Lions rugby players on a tour of Australia and New Zealand. 83 years later, a woman from New Zealand is delivering a very special relic from that tour to the Dunne family in Dublin.

    22.11.2013

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    22.11.2013

  • DocArchive: Somewhere My Love MP3

    The story of a 1961 fiesta red, Fender Stratocaster

    21.11.2013

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    21.11.2013

  • DocArchive: An Ulster Heritage MP3

    An examination of the culture and heritage of the counties of Ulster, celebrated through literature and song. (Broadcast 1969)

    20.11.2013

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    20.11.2013

  • DocArchive: Stigma MP3

    The story of two women who are HIV positive, one from Dublin and one from Kenya and how the diagnosis has altered their lives dramatically. (2007)

    19.11.2013

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    19.11.2013

  • Documentary on One: Innocence for Sale MP3

    The issue of child trafficking into prostitution in the Philippines as a result of sex tourism, and how Irish missionary priest Fr. Shay Cullen has fought to combat the problem through his organisation PREDA (Broadcast 1990).

    01.07.2013

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    01.07.2013

  • Hear, See, Feel MP3

    How do you experience music when you can't hear?

    28.06.2013

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    28.06.2013

  • The Door Into the Dark MP3

    A Waterford forge comes to life once more

    27.06.2013

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    27.06.2013

  • The Nore Bar (2006) MP3

    What happens when they turn off the TV in the Nore Bar, Kilkenny City every second Tuesday night?

    26.06.2013

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    26.06.2013

  • DocArchive: Beacon on the Sands (1990) MP3

    Bill Long travels to the Kish Lighthouse off the coast of Dublin, on the occasion of it's 25th anniversary (Broadcast 1990).

    25.06.2013

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    25.06.2013

  • DocArchive: Survivors of the Somme (1989) MP3

    Recollections of the great watershed battle of World War I including extracts from a hitherto unpublished diary written on the front.

    24.06.2013

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    24.06.2013

  • An Angelman year MP3

    Zac, Luke and Clara are three children living in Ireland. In America, another little girl they don't know - Molly Brockie - is undergoing clinical trials that could change all of these childrens lives. All have Angelman Syndrome - a rare genetic disorder.

    21.06.2013

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    21.06.2013

  • County London MP3

    For the first time since the 1970s, 'County London' have advanced to the Connacht semi-final in the GAA Senior Football Championships. Maybe not a big deal here but over there, Robert Mulhern, author of "A Very Different County", says it matters a lot.

    20.06.2013

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    20.06.2013

  • DocArchive: Wilhelm Maestro (1989) MP3

    The Irish Army No.1 Band was formed in 1923 and its first Director was Colonel Fritz Brase. The band has performed at many major Irish ceremonial occasions since its inception. Here we look at the amazing character of its first director (Broadcast 1989)

    19.06.2013

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    19.06.2013

  • DocArchive: Sands a hoor MP3

    In 1989, fifty Gardaí travelled to Namibia on an overseas mission with the United Nations. The members who travelled were to become part of one of the UN's most successful mission, an historic moment for our national police force (Broadcast 1989)

    17.06.2013

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    17.06.2013

  • Lucia Joyce - Diving and Falling MP3

    Imagine being the daughter of one of the world's most experimental and famous writers. Lucia Joyce was the troubled and talented daughter of James Joyce. Surrounded by bohemian life, he fragile mental health led to a long battle to regain her life.

    14.06.2013

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    14.06.2013

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