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Sunday

Sunday Breakfast

08:00Sunday

08:00Sunday

I hope you will join me every Sunday morning for two hours of easy listening music across the genres. You will hear your favourite crooners, big bands, classical, hits from musicals and movies and hits from across every decade from Bowie to Bing from the 40’s,50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and more…something for every taste with lots of Irish artists included. I will also have regular competitions for you to enter and I’m very happy to play requests and dedications during the show, so please get in touch. I look forward to our Sunday Breakfast.

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Sunday Edition

10:00Sunday

10:00Sunday

Sunday Edition will break down the news topics of the week with a focus on local, national and international stories. The show involves debate and analyses among guests about issues and decisions that impact on people's day-to-day lives. The programme will cover current affairs, politics and key developments for Dublin's citizens. Presenter: Sam Assad Email: [email protected]

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Missing Links

11:00Sunday

11:00Sunday

The show focuses on missing links in our awareness and understanding. State of the art research and developments in pursuit of these missing links are presented through discussions with researchers, investigators and thought leaders from all over the world. Missing Links is a unique Sunday morning radio talk show that takes a comprehensive look at the issues and challenges affecting our lives from local elections to reforms at the United Nations, from interculturalism to international conflicts, from history and current affairs to future trends, from social and political sciences to emerging technologies, from human origins to the future of humanity, nothing is off limits.

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Startup Nation

12:00Sunday

12:00Sunday

Startup Nation is a new radio show that celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship. The show explores the emerging global technologies that are shaping our future world and speaks directly to ambitious founders to understand the drivers and success factors behind starting and scaling a new business. Startup Nation is a must listen for people that are interested in the latest in technological innovations and in hearing about the often rollercoaster experience of starting and growing a new enterprise. Startup Nation was created by Dublin BIC – where company founders go to get support to scale their business - and is presented by Dublin BIC start-up consultant, Conor Carmody. Dublin BIC’s mission is to empower entrepreneurs to start and scale. It does this through a team of expert startup and investment specialists and customised programmes.

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Jazz Mine

13:00Sunday

13:00Sunday

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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On the Ball

15:00Sunday

15:00Sunday

Our flagship Sunday afternoon sports show has been running for more than 25 years. Over the past few years, On the Ball has acquired a panel of regular contributors for the various sports the show covers on a regular basis. Brian Talty / Alan Larkin do the analysis for Gaelic football, Andy Cunningham for Hurling on our live GAA Commentaries during the season. Mary McGuire from Basketball Ireland brings us the weekend's basketball action. Stephen Findlater from Hookhockey.com summarises the weekly hockey action. Conchubhair MacLochlainn, is the main regular rugby analyst, he is joined on occasion by Andy McGeady. We also have news from Baseball Ireland to keep us up-to-date with Irish baseball during the summer.

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Sunday Scoreboard

17:30Sunday

17:30Sunday

  Join Jimmy Coleman for the most comprehensive local sports results service.

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Elvis Memories

18:00Sunday

18:00Sunday

Join John Kavanagh every Sunday from 6pm - 7pm for "Elvis Memories", featuring the best and rarest Elvis sounds around. The programme includes free giveaways, exclusive interviews with many of Elvis’ friends, associates and band members. Established in 2002 Elvis Memories is the longest running "Elvis Show" in the history of Irish radio.

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The Showband Show

19:00Sunday

19:00Sunday

Join Robbie Daly every Sunday evening at 7pm for the Showband Show. The only show of its kind on any radio station in the greater Dublin area. The music is from the Showband era with some live recordings, interviews from the people involved in the business such as Showbands, Beat Groups and the Cabaret scene. We've interviewed many of the greats in the past few years! We play all your Showband requests with live phone-in's and gig/venue guides. For your Requests, Dedications & “Listeners 3 in a Row” call straight into the Studio every Sunday evening. You know by now that "I love to hear from you!"

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Snap, Crackle & Pop

20:00Sunday

20:00Sunday

Pete was a founder member of The Radiators from space whose original line-up produced two albums for London based label Chiswick records 1977's TV Tube [...]

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Night Moves

21:00Sunday

21:00Sunday

Join me Derek McCarthy on a unique musical journey every Sunday night. Folk, Rock, Soul, Jazz, Country and Americana including recent releases and the odd " Blast From the past "

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The Blues Train

22:00Sunday

22:00Sunday

Charlie Hussey's award winning Blues Train arrives at 10pm, every Sunday night for 2 hours of blues. All shades and styles of blues are featured on The Blues Train, as it makes its way from the Mississippi Delta to Chicago and various other hotbeds of blues in the U.S.A., Ireland and Europe. The early acoustic Blues of Leadbelly, Robert Johnson and Son House, the electric sounds of Muddy Waters, T Bone Walker and Sonny Boy Williamson and the modern sounds of Joe Louis Walker, Robert Cray & co., can all be heard each week as each carriage is full to capacity with the best in blues. Reserve your seat now. All aboard.

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FuturePast

00:00Sunday

00:00Sunday

Daire and Sanf are forty-something music aficionados with over 25 years each of love for Electronic music. They started DJing in pubs & clubs (many of which are lost to local clubbing lore now) around Dublin in 2002, while also running the occasional event themselves. They got the bug for radio DJing in 2015 with a regular bi-weekly two hour slot on Internet Radio station PowerFM. The show has included shows with internationally recognized Irish guests the likes of Eomac and Mick Chillage delivering DJ and Live slots respectively. The show is called 'FuturePast' and reflects the future-looking and forward-thinking nature of Electronic music, while giving credence to the classic past of the genres. These genres encompass multiple forms including many shades of Techno, Electro, IDM, Ambient, Drum n' Bass and even a spot of Italo Disco.

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