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John meets Clare based historian and walker Joe Queally and his grandchildren to find out more about the jack o'lantern and other Halloween traditions.By RTÉ:Ireland
Journalist and broadcaster Manchan Magann, Professor Shane O Mara, Professor of Experimental Brain Research at Trinity College and Author and RTE news reporter Natasha Murtagh discuss the importance and positive effects of walking.By RTÉ:Ireland
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Ray Doyle of The Irish Co-Operative Organisation Society (ICOS) discusses the issues around on-line marts where they has been criticism of the on-line system from some sectors of the farming community.By RTÉ:Ireland
John visits the Flanagan farm in Co Mayo, producers of handmade natural sheep’s milk yogurt and cheese, home of the Velvet Cloud brand.By RTÉ:Ireland
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Luon Sovath is a softly spoken Buddhist monk who has long been a thorn in the side of the Cambodian government. And now, he’s been targeted by a state-sponsored disinformation campaign.Earlier this year, a series of mysterious videos appeared on Facebook, accusing him of having affairs with four women from the same family.Soon after he was defrocke…
Keir Starmer made the dramatic move to suspend Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour party this week, following an investigation into anti-Semitism. Is a new and bitter rift about to start within the opposition party? Plus, we speak to Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham about his battles with Boris Johnson, why mayors need more powers and whether he wil…
It is the night before Halloween, otherwise known as mischief night over here…or at least it used to be. No one really goes out that much, and now it seems like every night is mischief night depending on where in the country you live. We have good friend of the family, Tony Black. Back to talk life, love, family, and good times…We’ll be hanging wit…
Before you go to bed Saturday night, you'll want to set your clocks back an hour. The end of daylight saving time means an extra hour of sleep and earlier sunsets. But for many people, it's the bellwether for a dark stretch of depression known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.By WBUR
With just four days to go until election day, more than two million people in Massachusetts have already cast their ballots during the early voting period that ends Friday.By WBUR
Black, Muslim and Asian parents told school committee members this week how their children are experiencing racism and exclusion in the district’s schools.By WBUR
Tim and Sid discuss Minister of Sport Lisa MacLeod’s declaration that if the OHL wants to play this season, it must do so without bodychecking. Greg Amsinger (22:21) fills us in on what it was like inside the MLB bubble covering the World Series and what the Blue Jays should do this off-season. Sam Cosentino (1:15:05) offers his thoughts on the ann…
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When Garth Greenwell was growing up in Kentucky, the LGBTQ section of his local bookstore was a lifesaver: a refuge, even in the pre-internet era. But the implications of that categorization—keeping LGBTQ authors’ books separate from the rest—suggested that the experiences of queer people and other traditionally marginalized groups were somehow ina…
This week on Playback. We hark back to pandemics of yesteryear with cholera and that old classic, the plague. We explore issues of faith and falling leaves. And is sea swimming the new sourdough? All on Playback presented by Sinéad Mooney.By RTÉ:Ireland
Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson chairman and chief executive officer, tells "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations" that some people underestimated the coronavirus, and Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, says he's bullish on commodities in part because of supply issues. Radio hosts Denise Pellegrini an…
With Marie & Ruby.Stephen Kelly & Alan Cawley with the Extra.ie FAI Cup Semi-Final draw and we have previews of the weekend's GAA! Game On.By RTÉ:Ireland
Iris ‘Feasta’, ‘Is Olc an Ghaoth’ agus Cuntas Twitter TG4 faoi léirmheas ag Antoin Beag Ó Colla.By RTÉ:Ireland
Scéalta áitiúla ón Derry News, Kildare Nationalist, Connacht Tribune, Cork Echo agus Clare Champion le hEimear McGovern.By RTÉ:Ireland
Blaiseadh ó sheoladh oifigiúil Foclóir Nua Béarla-Gaeilge Uí Mhianáin, a bhí ar siúl inniu. Cloisimid ón Uachtarán Mícheál D. Ó hUigínn, Iar-Uachtarán Mary McAleese, Dara Ó Briain (Fuirseoir), Pádraig Ó Mianáin (Eagarthóir an fhoclóra) agus Dara Ó Cinnéide (Craoltóir).By RTÉ:Ireland
Árais Mháithreacha agus Leanaí, Fadhbanna le hearraí díghlráin sna scoileanna, vóta an ASTI, básanna i gCeann Toirc agus Baile an tSaoir agus conspóid le hairgead i Sinn Féin – scéalta na seachtaine á bplé le Síobhra Aiken (Léachtóir in Ionad an Léinn Éireannaigh OÉG) agus Seán Ó hArgáin (Uachtarán Ghaeloideachas).…
Éadaí mar earraí riachtanacha, páistí a ainmniú nuair a mharaítear iad agus Tuairisc ón gCoimisiún Imscrúdaithe ar Árais Mháithreacha agus Leanaí – na scéalta móra le hÁine Ní Chiaráin (Tráchtaire polaitiúil).By RTÉ:Ireland
Inniu: Áine Ní Chiaráin (Tráchtaire polaitiúil), Síobhra Aiken (Léachtóir in Ionad an Léinn Éireannaigh OÉG), Seán Ó hArgáin (Uachtarán Ghaeloideachas & Príomhoide Ghaelscoil Osraí i gCill Channaigh), Blaiseadh ó sheoladh Fhoclóir Uí Mhianáin, Mír na meán áitiúil le hEimear McGovern, Mír na meán le hAntoin Beag Ó Colla & Spóirt le Cuán Ó Flatharta.…
Peil na mBan, Craobh caide na bhfear & cluichí eile, Cluichí iománaíochta agus 6 Náisiún sa rugbaí – pléimid cúrsaí spóirt le Cuán Ó Flatharta.By RTÉ:Ireland
It's a damn Halloween special! First up, Evan Lahti comes through to talk about how PC gaming is more unpredictable than ever and how much of a thrill it is to take part in. Then we meet up with the mayor of Silent Hill to see how his little town is faring during tumultuous times. Joseph Knoop stops by to talk (spoiler-free, mostly) about Amnesia: …
Drivetime's Della Kilroy looks at the impact of pandemic restrictions on youth supports in Dublin.By RTÉ:Ireland
Suzanne Lynch, Washington correspondent with the Irish Times, and Larry Hyatt, owner of Hyatt Guns, discuss the increase of gun sales in the US.By RTÉ:Ireland
Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, talks to Sarah about the recall of hand sanitisers and wipes from schools in Ireland.By RTÉ:Ireland
Bruce Millington is joined by David Jennings, Tom Collins, and Paddy Power’s Ryan McCue for a look ahead to all of the weekend's action, including insight and tips for all of the ITV races from Ascot and Wetherby. The team also preview all of the big races from Down Royal while keeping one eye on the Melbourne Cup which takes place on Tuesday. 🤔 Co…
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Bookseller and author Shaun Bythell talks about The Seven Kinds of People You Find in Bookshops. We will take a look at the role of suspense in fiction, and the Tanyard Lane Book Club, Tullamore, Co Offaly quiz Anne Griffin, the Irish Book Awards Newcomer of the Year 2019 about her novel, ‘When All Is Said’.…
Historian and podcaster Donal Fallon talks to Ryan about Dracula's Irish roots, The Bram Stoker Festival and the Irish influence on Halloween traditions in the U.S.By RTÉ:Ireland
John Creedon's new book has hit the shops today! It’s called “That Place We Call Home”A journey through the place names of Ireland. He joined Ray from our Cork studioBy RTÉ:Ireland
On today's show James Reed, director of one of the most captivating documentaries on Netflix “My Octopus Teacher” joined Ray, John Creedon tells us about his new book “That Place We Call Home” A journey through the place names of Ireland and Louise Lennox shares some Halloween tips and treats.By RTÉ:Ireland
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Eagrán speisialta den chlár ann inniu le ceol beo, lúibíní agus spraoi mar chuid de cheiliúradh Oireachtas 2020 ar RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.By RTÉ:Ireland
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WBUR meteorologist Dave Epstein joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes for more on the forecast.By WBUR
In a 2012 interview with WBUR's Sasha Pfeiffer, Roy talked about the challenges of coming back to BU after his accident.By WBUR
With mere days to go until Election Day, WBUR's Morning Edition sat down with voters of different political persuasions in the battleground state of New Hampshire.By WBUR
The attorneys say the test the DOC uses to detect illicit drugs on mail is not intended to be used on documents, and the results are not considered reliable until they're confirmed by a lab. They are calling on the state to stop punishing prisoners without first confirming the test results.By WBUR