RTÉ Radio Drama's audio theatre department has for decades proudly brought audiences the very best dramatic writing and performances for radio from Ireland. Listen every Sunday night at 8pm at RTÉ Radio 1, visit rte.ie/dramaonone for more.
A look at events making the news in Ireland over the last week, presented by Carole Coleman and Justin McCarthy. Listen live every Sunday at 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Radio essays, poems and complementary music, broadcast from Ireland on RTÉ Radio 1, Sunday mornings since 1968.
RTÉ's flagship news and current affairs radio programme and the most listened-to show in Ireland, featuring the latest news and analysis with Rachael English, Gavin Jennings, Audrey Carville, Áine Lawlor and Mary Wilson. Listen live Monday to Friday at 7am on RTÉ Radio 1.
Comedy with Oliver Callan as he takes on some well-known voices in the worlds of entertainment, politics and sport.
Bringing the past to life! Discover how Ireland and our world was shaped as Myles Dungan and guests explore events ranging from medieval times to the recent past. Listen live Sundays at 6pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Highlights from the daily news programme with Sarah McInerney and Cormac O’Eadhra. Featuring all the latest stories, interviews and special reports from contributors including Olivia O'Leary, Philip Boucher-Hayes, John Cooke, Fergal Keane, Della Kilroy and Barry Lenihan. Listen live Monday to Friday at 4.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day. Have you got a story to tell? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1.45-3pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
The best of the week's radio from RTÉ, compiled and presented by Sinead Mooney. The programme brings you nuggets from right across the schedule, from day time chat to night time reflection and memories.
Miriam O'Callaghan presents an all-talking, all-singing, all-human-life-is-here show. Listen live every Sunday at 10am on RTÉ Radio 1.
Debate, in-depth interviews, analysis of the political stories of day and discussion on international issues. Presented by Katie Hannon. Listen live on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10.00pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Derek Mooney and guests explore the natural world in all its forms. Listen live every Monday at 10pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Irish podcast exploring what's happening in the world of arts, culture and entertainment. Listen live every weeknight on RTÉ Radio 1 from 7-8pm. Listen to individual clips at rte.ie/arena. Presented by Sean Rocks.
Saturday with Katie Hannon questions agendas, dissects the week gone by, and debates the likely issues of the week to come in Irish politics. Listen live Saturday at 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
News, sport, business and interviews with Bryan Dobson. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran. Listen live Saturday at 10am on RTÉ Radio 1.
Highlights from the daily radio show with Ray D'Arcy. Featuring listeners' stories and interviews with authors, musicians, comedians and celebrities. Listen live Monday to Friday at 3.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Damien O'Reilly and the CountryWide team feature the events, people and happenings that bring colour and life to communities, towns and villages across Ireland. Listen live Saturdays at 8am on RTÉ Radio 1.
Highlights from the daily radio show with Ryan Tubridy including big interviews, the daily news round-up and the 'Best of the Week Podcast' every Friday. Listen live Monday to Friday at 9am on RTÉ Radio 1.
The RTÉ maritime programme with Fergal Keane bringing you around our coasts and onto traditional and modern boats and yachts for a taste of the great outdoors. Listen live at 10.30pm every Friday night.
A series looking at Irish families in a changing world, presented by Brenda Donohue.
Highlights from the mid-morning show with Claire Byrne, featuring stories of the day, sharp analysis, features, sports and consumer interest items. Listen live Monday to Friday at 10am on RTÉ Radio 1.
Brendan O'Connor has all you need for the weekend with time to pause and reflect on the week just gone. Featuring a selection of human interest, consumer and lifestyle stories, as well as keeping you up to date on the news stories that matter. Listen live Saturday and Sunday at 11am - 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
In the uncertain times in which we are living, reading has become a welcome refuge for many. Although even the most ardent reader can be stuck for inspiration. Each week Rick O'Shea will point you towards books and authors you may not have considered. Expect conversation, reports, recommendations and the ever popular Book Club slot where one of the nation's book groups quizzes a writer whose work they have read for one of their recent meetings.
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The Rolling Wave celebrates all that is great about Irish Traditional music. We speak to musicians, delve into archives, showcase new releases and visit some of the many traditional music festivals taking place around the country. The Rolling Wave podcast brings you some of our best interviews and features. For rights reasons the music here is shorter than in the original broadcast. To listen to the full version go to www.rte.ie/radio 1/the-rolling-wave and click on the relevant date. Listen ...
RTÉ Radio 1 specials and one off shows, all in one place.
Inspiration, tools and knowledge to help people re-start their personal and professional lives as they emerge from Covid-19. Part of RTÉ’s #BoostMyBusiness and presented by Áine Kerr. Listen live Saturday morning at 10am on RTÉ Radio 1. Starts August 1st 2020.
The mid-morning current affairs magazine with the stories of the day, sharp analysis, sports coverage, in-depth features and consumer interest.
The LifeStyle Show on RTE Radio 1 Extra is a weekly update covering interviews on food, fashion, parenting, health, fitness, motors and travel. Presented by Taragh Loughrey-Grant.
Des Cahill is joined by guests from various walks of life to discuss their favourite choices of music.
Presenting new or previously broadcast commissioned lectures on timely subjects from Ireland's finest scholars, thinkers and artists. The inspiration for the podcast is the iconic RTÉ THOMAS DAVIS lectures which for over half a century since 1953 featured newly written radio talks on a host of subjects.
In a programme for people of many faiths and none, Michael Comyn talks with those whose life experiences cause them to call on their beliefs as he seeks to discover what religion does for people... and occasionally to them. With regular updates from across the worlds faiths and those that hold them The Leap of Faith is a thought provoking 30 minutes of radio.
Highlights from the mid-morning show with Sarah McInerney, featuring stories of the day, sharp analysis, features and consumer interest. Listen live Monday to Friday at 10am on RTÉ Radio 1.
So just who officially is Ireland's Greatest Non-Sportsperson Sportsperson? Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early and Ciaran Murphy break down the sporting backgrounds of some of the most-interesting people alive. Unimportant? Perhaps. Fun? Absolutely. The critically-acclaimed Second Captains Saturday has featured names like Gabriel Byrne, Sharon Horgan, Lenny Abrahamson, Dorothy Cross, Dara O'Briain, Gabby Logan, Senator George Mitchell and so many more. Some have played sport internationally, others ha ...
Companion series to the newly available RTÉ recordings of James Joyce's 'Ulysses', featuring discussion and explainers of the famous book. Originally broadcast in 2004. Hosted by Fritz Senn and the late Gerry O'Flaherty, with contributions from Edna O'Brien, Joseph O'Connor, Bernard Clarke and Barry McGovern. See RTE.ie/ulysses for more.
The Ties That Bind is a four-part series on RTÉ Radio 1. The series, which paints a portrait of rural Ireland today, is produced and presented by award-winning reporter Brian O'Connell, who is, himself, Co. Clare born and bred. The Ties That Bind looks at community life in Ireland today, guided by the intriguing work of two Harvard anthropologists who studied the people of Clare in the 1930s.
James Joyce's 'Ulysses' is one of the most important works of modernist literature. The book chronicles the passage of Leopold Bloom through Dublin during an ordinary day, 16 June 1904 (the day of Joyce's first date with his future wife, Nora Barnacle). In 1982 RTÉ Radio celebrated the centenary of Joyce's birth with a dramatised full production of 'Ulysses'; this broadcast is now considered one of the definitive adaptations of the book. See RTE.ie/ulysses for more.
Bright Sparks is an Athena Media production asking what happens when we enable bright people to follow their curiosity and solve the worlds problems. This 8 part series follows TCD physicist Dr. Shane Bergin as he talks to leading researchers and scientists in Ireland and uncovering why our small island is leading globally in many scientific fields. Bright Sparks is an Athena Media science series made with the funding support of the BAI and the Irish TV licence fee. It was broadcast from May ...
#Pantisocracy – Panti Bliss hosts a cabaret of conversations with, and about, contemporary Ireland. Season 5 on air on RTÉ Radio 1 weekly from July 9th to August 20th at 10pm. This is a podcast only channel from producers Athena Media with additional content and full length cuts of the show. If you like what we do, take a second to rate and review the series. A cabaret for the times we live in. Pantisocracy is a society of equals. Pantisocracy is an Athena Media Ltd production. The producer ...
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The RTÉ Radio 1 Listeners' Choice Award is awarded to RTÉ journalist Keelin Shanley. Conor Ferguson joins Seán Rocks in studio to celebrate the posthumous announcement of his wife's award for her memoir a 'A Light that Never Goes Out', Mary McGill reviews 'Small Axe' & a tribute to football legend, Diego Maradona.…
Rosslare Europort's General Manager Glenn Carr.By RTÉ Radio 1
Professor Risteard O'Laoide, Director of Cancer Control at the HSEBy RTÉ Radio 1
With Big Girl, Small Town shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award, Michelle Gallen talks about small-town Ireland. Doireann Ní Ghríofa answers questions from the Wicklow Women’s Book Club about ‘A Ghost in the Throat’, the Irish non-fiction book of the year at the An Post Irish Book Awards.By RTÉ Radio 1
Presented by Fiona Kelly.By RTÉ Radio 1
This week Ryan spoke to Galway-based Ileana Cunniffe Baiescu on the amazing work she does reuniting families separated by adoption; Mihaela Cooper on how Ileana’s work helped put her back in touch with her birth family back in Romania; And son of Christine Keeler, Seymour Platt, on his mission to clear his mother's name.…
Cian McCormack reports on a project by Gardai in Tipperary to bring joy and gifts to elderly people in nursing homes on the run up to Christmas.By RTÉ Radio 1
Brian Lloyd, Movies Editor, Entertainment.ie, Aoife Barry, Assistant News Editor, thejournal.ieBy RTÉ Radio 1
Presented by Fiona Kelly.By RTÉ Radio 1
The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Oliver's attention.By RTÉ Radio 1
Our Political Correspondent Micheal Lehane reportsBy RTÉ Radio 1
Ryan gives Bryan a taste of the excitement to come on tonight's Late Late Toy showBy RTÉ Radio 1
Patrick O'Donovan, Minister of State at the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief, Brid Smith, PBP TD Dublin South Central, Kevin Doyle, Group Head of News, Independent News and MediaBy RTÉ Radio 1
Presented by Des Cahill.By RTÉ Radio 1
Having found love online some years ago, Jeanne Sullivan Billeci spent lockdown writing a book inspired by her experience and what she learned along the way. She joined Oliver on the line from Cork to share some of her insights!By RTÉ Radio 1
Professor Emer Shelley, Dean of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine Royal College of Physicians of IrelandBy RTÉ Radio 1
Presented by Des Cahill.By RTÉ Radio 1
Tesco have declared that 2020 is the year when everyone is off the naughty list. Aileen and Sharina joined Ryan on the line to answer some Christmas questions in the hope of winning vouchers for Tesco!By RTÉ Radio 1
Neill McDonnell of ISME on easing of restrictionsBy RTÉ Radio 1
Petula Martyn has the day's business news and speaks to Giles O'Neill, Enterprise Ireland Brexit Manager.By RTÉ Radio 1
Europe Editor Tony Connelly has the latest on negotiations, reaction from EU Minister Fianna Fáil TD Thomas ByrneBy RTÉ Radio 1
An Arena special from the opening of the Dublin Book Festival. Seán Rocks is joined by authors Roddy Doyle, Christine Dwyer Hickey and Kevin Barry. Watch: RTÉ Arena online at https://www.rte.ie/culture/By RTÉ Radio 1
Presented by Joanna Donnelly of Met Éireann.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, previews the Government's Level-5 exit plan.By RTÉ Radio 1
George Lee, Science Correspondent, reports that restrictions are to be eased despite the hoped-for reduction in Covid-19 cases not being reached.By RTÉ Radio 1
Electric BillsBy RTÉ Radio 1
Sandra Farrell, Operator of Patterson's Nursing Home in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, and Professor Ronan Collins, consutlant physician in geriatric and stroke medicine at Tallaght University Hospital, discuss visits to nursing homes during the Christmas period.By RTÉ Radio 1
Allison Morris, Security Correspondent and Columnist with The Irish News, on new tougher lockdown measures in Northern Ireland.By RTÉ Radio 1
Richie tells Joe about his gambling addiction. "I have a betting slip showing a €50,000 bet," he says. Richie says the best thing to come out of lock down is the bookies closing.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Sharon Lambert, school of Applied Psychology in UCC, speaks to Sarah about new research into juvenile offenders and trauma.By RTÉ Radio 1
Sally-Ann Clarke, owner of L'Ecrivain restaurant in Dublin, and Damien Allen, one of the owners of The Orange Goat cafés, on the prospect of re-opening the hospitality sector and the issues involved in getting out of Level 5.By RTÉ Radio 1
Fionnán Sheehan, Ireland Editor of Independent Newspapers, Dr Brendan O'Shea, Kildare GP, and Stella O'Malley, psychotherapist, talk about the Covid-19 restrictions that will be put in place by the government for the Christmas period.By RTÉ Radio 1
Prof. Mary Horgan, Infectious Disease Consultant at CUH and President of the RCPI, discusses the opening-up of the country.By RTÉ Radio 1
Ray spoke to Comedian Sarah Millican about her new tour for Ireland next year.By RTÉ Radio 1
Shona Murray, Europe Correspondent, Euronews, and Drivetime's John Cooke report on the deal offered to the UK about the value of fish stocks caught by EU fleets in British waters.By RTÉ Radio 1
David Cullinane, Sinn Féin spokesperson on Health, says whatever form the re-opening takes it must be part of a strategy to break out of the cycle of repeated lockdowns.By RTÉ Radio 1
Ray spoke to Father and Son Tom and Thomas Kenny about their bookshop in Galway turning 80.By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Montgomery, Clancy's Bar in Cork, JP McMahon, Restaurateur, Danny McCoy, CEO IBEC, Dr. Hannah Durand, Behavioural Scientist NUI Galway, Sam McConkey, Infectious Diseases Consultant and Head of the DEpartment of International Health and Tropical Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons in IrelandBy RTÉ Radio 1
Daniel Lippman, reporter with Politico in Washington, on an extraordinary press conference given by President of the United States Donald Trump.By RTÉ Radio 1
Nolan sisters Maureen and Linda joined Ray to discuss their new TV series 'At Home with the Nolan's.'By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr. Laura Cahillane, Lecturer in Law at University of Limerick, Brendan Howlin, Labour Party Spokesperson on JusticeBy RTÉ Radio 1