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Saturday

Saturday Business Hours

08:00Saturday

08:00Saturday

Saturday Business Hours is a combination of four of our top business programmes from the week. Mediascope, The Irish Business Show, You and Your Business and The Persuaders. At a new time of 8am-10am on a Saturday morning, this informative programme will get your pulse moving for the day, even if you have the day off work. Over a coffee, you can jot down all the ideas from their superb guests to use in business.

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All Time Greats

10:00Saturday

10:00Saturday

Join me, David, every Saturday morning for a feast of great music. We honour some of the greatest singers, musicians, composers, writers, arrangers and producers from almost every genre of good music. From pop history to classic hits, Irish to country, jazz to modern, classical to folk, opera to musicals and everything in between. We have our Special Love Songs at 10.30am and 11.30am, Music Trivia Teasers and listener’s requests and dedications. ALL TIME GREATS, ALL THE WAY, SATURDAY MORNINGS 10am to 12pm.

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It’s All in the Song

12:00Saturday

12:00Saturday

Peter Grogan’s programme “It’s All in the Song” is an hour-long proof of just that. For Peter, the lyrics are where it is at and the calibre of the artists featured, from at home and abroad, from week to week, guarantee that melodies are married seamlessly to the lyrics. But it’s not all serious stuff. Expect the unexpected, the comedy interval, the parody, the well-chosen poem and often the live studio guest. Peter is a constant concert and gig goer. This is very much reflected in his programme each Saturday at 12pm. His playlist will include singer songwriter material, folk, traditional and Americana. In fact, expect to find anything there – as Peter says himself. “if it’s good I’ll play it”. Peter’s informative links and natural, easy, humorous style of presentation all add up to a lovely programme. each week on 103.2 Dublin City FM for one purpose only, to prove that it’s all in the song.

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Saturday Brunch

13:00Saturday

13:00Saturday

Saturday Brunch is a news and current affairs programme for the younger listener. Well, the under 35's. The programme will cover a lot of topical issues from hard news to entertainment, from music to sport. You name it Saturday Brunch will have it.

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The Movie Show

14:00Saturday

14:00Saturday

Join Lisa O'Malley on the Movie Show every Saturday at 2pm, for light entertainment news and reviews. Tune in to hear reviews of the films opening each weekend, as well as exclusive interviews with the stars. We'll also be looking ahead to the films due to open over the coming months and the latest DVD releases. You'll also hear updates of upcoming gigs around the city, and a variety of music - from the current chart, movies and classics from the last two decades.

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15:00Saturday

Little Steven’s Underground Garage Show 877 (Weekend of January 18 – January 20, 2019) Psychotic Reaction! Hey baby, Little Steven here. Forget about that little football game this weekend because we have our own much sillier silliness this weekend in the Underground Garage. We are starting our non-stop Rock n’ Roll dance party by celebrating Al Kooper’s birthday, and that Idolmaker movie. Joining us at the party will be the Raspberries, the Ramones, the Beatles, the Mothers of Invention, and the Yardbirds. Find out what Gary Lewis, Arthur Lee, and Elmore James have in common. It’s a super Rock n’ Roll dance party this weekend, in the Underground Garage.  

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Jazz Mine

17:00Saturday

17:00Saturday

Jazz Mine is a play on jasmine which, as you can read below, is one possible originators of JAZZ as a description of the music being featured on this weekly show. Jazz keeps developing so the intention is to keep the focus on newer stuff with many forays into the Jazz Mines to illustrate past jazz musical triumphs. I hope that you can join me on this ongoing voyage & that your email, Facebook & Twitter communications will bring me down new shafts as we explore the MINE that comprises JAZZ in all its shapes & sizes. “On the subject of the word JAZZ Garvin Bushell, was sure it had a fragrant origin. In his 1988 book Jazz from the Beginning, he remembers his early days in music, around 1916: “The perfume industry was very big in New Orleans in those days, since the French had brought it over with them. They used jasmine — oil of jasmine — in all different odours to pep it up. It gave more force to the scent. So, they would say, ‘let’s jass it up a bit,’ when something was a little dead.” John Philip Sousa suggested in the 1920s that jazz slid into our vocabulary by way of the vaudeville stage, in which all the acts would come back on to the stage at the end of a performance to give a rousing, boisterous finale called ajazzbo, a type of low physical comedy.”

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Soul Seeker

18:00Saturday

18:00Saturday

Join DJ and record collector Danny Duggan with mostly underplayed soul from 1960s onwards, northern, funk, Philly, disco and club sounds to get your feet tapping.

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Shakin’ Street

19:00Saturday

19:00Saturday

The critically acclaimed DJ Karl Tsigdinos joins Dublin City FM on Saturday nights with Shakin' Street - a programme that will rock its way through all aspects of rock 'n' roll. Listeners with long memories will remember Shakin' Street from the early days of Today FM, where it was hailed by critics and fans alike. Karl also presented the legendary River of Soul on Today FM, plus Rock 'n' Roll Friday on 4FM, and many other programmes on RTE Radio 1, 2FM and more. This is a homecoming of sorts for him, as the River of Soul actually started on Dublin City FM (when it was still known as Anna Livia). Karl Tsigdinos is one of Ireland's best-known disc-jockeys, broadcasters, television presenters and journalists. He plays a combination of the music he loves and has featured on his various radio programmes (see below), including soul, gospel, rock 'n' roll, rockabilly, rhythm 'n' blues, ska, 1960s garage punk, 1970s punk, new wave, Motown, cocktail/lounge and much more.

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Classic Rock

21:00Saturday

21:00Saturday

Alan Byrne presents a programme bringing you all the classic rock hits from yesteryear. Everything from “Aerosmith” to “Z Z Top”, “All along the Watchtower” to “You Shook Me All Night Long” And a whole lot more !

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Black Echoes

22:00Saturday

22:00Saturday

Listen to some of the finest Jamaican music every Saturday from 7pm-9pm with John Public on Black Echoes. The Black Echoes Music Programme has been on the airwaves in Dublin and presented by John Public since late 1982. Over the years, he's interviewed some of the true greats: Desmond Dekker, Toots Hibert, Sly and Robbie, Derrick Morgan and many, many more.

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After Hours

00:00Saturday

00:00Saturday

Dave Barry delivers a unique mix of soul, jazz, easy listening, reggae, ska and much much more. From James Brown to Bob Marley and everything in-between. The perfect way to spend a chilled-out Saturday night and Sunday morning! After Hours - every Saturday night into Sunday morning from midnight until 2.00am.

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