This Christmas join Aonghus Mc Anally as he goes inside the big top tent to meet three generations behind Ireland's national circus.
Join Sandy Harsch for the best of Christmas Country music.
including The Lost Brothers, The Buckley Sisters, The Gloaming's Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh.
John Creedon will be presenting live this Christmas morning with his usual easy banter and his eclectic music mix.
There's still a lot more to go, and that means yes, I'm still around.Head to the West Kerry Gaeltacht and your host, Philip King, for music, song and chat.Ceili House moves to the Talbot Hotel in Wexford for Christmas craic and mighty music.Sandy Harsch (above with producer Aidan Butler) and went to Nashville for the Country Music Awards, we hear the best of the music and the interviews from the most important date on the Country calendar.He has been around the music business since he first began reviewing records on Pickin’ The Pops for Raidio Telefis Eireann in the ‘60s. and then it will be available to hear again on the radio player. https://soundcloud.com/sianogorman/bp-fallon-a-sonic-life-adventure-rte At the end of legendary singer/songwriter Ewan Mac Coll's centenary year, John Murray celebrates his life and work in the company of Christy Moore.Here BP Fallon recalls some of his musical highlights, including his tambourine playing with John Lennon, his time as DJ on U2’s Zoo TV tour and how to live a life less ordinary. The story of Hilde Schramm, daughter of Hitler's architect Albert Speer, who has opened her home in Berlin to Syrian refugees.Derek Mooney goes to Berlin to meet this remarkable woman.The show is full of his wonderful memories of growing up in rural Illinois, stories from his childhood and songs such as Paradise came into being.Below we have linked to the intervew - but unfortualtely there is none of the wonderful music - diue to righs restrictions.He remembers The Rats, trying the break America, being refused to play in Ireland and why the band still love playing live.Imelda chooses some of her favourite guests on the Imelda May Show over the last year, including performances from some of the country’s greatest musicians such as Kodaline, Damian Dempsey and international acts such as Lulu and Marc Almond.