The Taliban and Me: Two Irish Women in Kabul describe the effects of the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan on their work in the humanitarian sector and on their lives.
Marco Zambelli conducts the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and Chamber Choir Ireland in a Lyric FM recording of Balfe’s Falstaff, featuring Cork soprano Majella Cullagh.
Alan Meaney talks to four unique organizations dedicated to gender equality for women and non-binary people in Irish music – GASH Collective, Fair Plé, DIAXDEM Collective and Girls Rock Dublin.
What makes a county? An ambitious historical series celebrating the individual identities of the thirty-two counties of Ireland as they are today, one hundred years after the formation of the state.
A 1975 interview with singer and civil servant Aodh Ó Duibheannaigh, or Hiúdaí Phadaí Hiúdaí, of Rann na Feirste in Donegal.
David Brophy on the music of Mícheál O’Súilleabháin at a special concert in his honor on Friday (see below); Pan Pan Theater’s Gavin Quinn talks about the new play “Mespil in the Dark Live,” a sequel to their digital series, which asks what theater can do that film can’t.
Actor Timothy Spall discusses the 2020 drama film ‘It’s Snowing in Benidorm’, now on general release – when an downtrodden man is granted early retirement, he decides to visit his brother in Benidorm, only to find that he disappeared.
Find out how science can help tackle one of Earth’s greatest challenges: waste.
Liz Nolan presents the final of the Veronica Dunne International Vocal Competition live from the National Concert Hall.
Áine Hensey brings us the highlights of the eight concerts in this summer’s series, with music from some of the country’s best musicians recorded at the Consairtín ’22 festival.
This week, Evie investigates Ireland’s energy future. Where do we get our power from and how is that changing?
Margaret Bridge and Siobhán Stagg of Northern Irish Opera discuss their upcoming performance of La Traviata.
An archival interview with Irish-American teacher, Séamus Ó Direáin, who learned Irish from a Mayo man in Africa.
Award-winning writer AM Homes discusses the new novel ‘The Unfolding’. Defeated by the results of the 2008 presidential election, an American rallies a group of like-minded men to ‘reclaim’ their version of the American dream, as his wife mourns an unlived life and his daughter realizes the weight of history in the evolutionary context.
Lumen: A Celebration of the Light – Mícheál O’Súilleabháin’s most important and popular orchestral works, performed by the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Brophy, and joined by an illustrious array of Irish musical guests.