Schedule

Monday

  • Out & About

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    From backpackers to buskers, fishermen to adventurers, documentary maker Paul Wright profiles people and places across Ireland.

  • Not Just Nashville

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    Ciaran Barrett explores the finest Alternative country, Americana, Cowpunk/Country-punk and other sub-genres of country music.

  • Music

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  • Destination Anywhere

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    Presented by Aileen Eglington, Destination Anywhere is a holiday and travel programme featuring interviews with people from the travel industry.

  • Scoth na Seachtaine

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    Produced by our friends over at Raidió na Life, Emma Ní Chearúil takes a look back on her choice of stories and interviews from the week’s talk programmes from major news stories which broke during the week, interviews with personalities in the news, live music sessions and everything in between.

  • Music

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  • News

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  • Making a Difference

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    Jillian Godsil presents Making a Difference - a radio show that interviews people and their projects who are making a difference to Dublin - and beyond. Some of her subjects are part of organisations, some are individuals but all have a passion to make a difference. Listen in to her eclectic mix of people from all walks of life talking about what makes them buzz.

    Contact: votejill14@gmail.com

  • Signposts of Your Life

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    Songs can make the memories flood back! Sean McDonough presents Signpost of Your Life, a programme of song requests along with their unique stories shared by our listeners

  • Mike @ the Mic

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    Mike Purcell presents a magazine programme with a selection of music - most of which seems to have disappeared from the airwaves - and memories of Dundrum in the old days from local historian Jim Nolan’s 1987 book ‘The Changing Face of Dundrum’ Humorous poems sit in with ‘Stories behind the Dublin Places’ we think we know, and ‘How DNA Works’ moves on to ‘Lady Lavery on our Banknotes’ Or ‘William Dargan, the man who made our Railways’ who lived in Mt. Anville, and helped to found the National Gallery (his statue is outside it…..) The Dubliners and Ronnie drew are well represented, often with little stories to go with the track, and maybe a recitation by Brendan Cauldwell…Mike at the Mike – something unexpected every week.

  • Music

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  • Ray M's Country Sounds

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    Howdy folks! Ray Messitt presents Country Sounds, bringing you the very best in new and classic American and Irish country music.

    Contact: newirishmusic@dublinsouthfm.ie

  • Moshpit Mondays

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    For all things Rock, Metal, Punk, Grunge and everything in between, Cian O'Carroll presents Moshpit Mondays - featuring classic tracks to the latest local & international releases.

Tuesday

  • RTÉ Documentaries On One

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    Multi award winning documentaries from Ireland telling real life stories. Produced by RTE.

  • Tuesday Bluesday

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    Sean Brophy presents Tuesday Bluesday, an exploration of the various eras of blues, from the earliest recordings of the 1920's to contemporary blues artists.

  • The Wishing Well

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    Jillian Godsil presents The Wishing Well, one-on-one interviews with guests from around the world, including well known personalities, others quiet thinkers, and others active in their passion. The programme is a discursive conversation talking about the subject’s life, passions, and how music has proven to be a soundtrack for their life. Finishing on the wishing well portion of the programme, the subject is asked three wishing well questions: What would they change in their life? What has been their greatest achievement? What would they do now to make the world a better place? Contact: votejill14@gmail.com

  • Lost in Translation

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    Paolo Nicosia presents "Lost in Translation", a programme that delves into the experiences of immigrants who have moved to Ireland from different parts of the world. Through the medium of music, Paolo interviews people to explore their unique perspectives on Ireland, its culture, language, and history, and how their new life in Ireland compares with home.

  • Where It's At

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    Colin McStay provides a weekly guide on the important events and local initiatives happening within the south Dublin region.

  • Music

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  • Memory Lane

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    Broadcasting with Dublin South FM for over 20 years, Martha Lynam presents Memory Lane, a programme for our senior citizens, featuring a mix of interviews, chat, history, trivia and some classic songs from the past.

    Contact: marthalynam1@gmail.com

  • News

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  • Paul Wright Docs

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    From highlighting the contributions of Irish men and women in faraway lands, to tours of Irish museums and heritage centres, radio documentary producer Paul Wright celebrates the stories and the history of Irish people at home and abroad.

  • Pindorama Terra Brasilis

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    Fernanda Otero presents "Pindorama Terra Brasilis," a vibrant celebration of Brazilian music and culture. An informative programme about cultural events in Dublin, while inviting guests from Dublin and Brazil to engage in discussions on a wide range of topics, including news, well-being, politics, and more.

  • Fite Fuaite

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    Seán Ó Fearghail presents Fite Fuaite, an Irish language music programme that mixes together various strands of Irish Music, from Traditional to Folk, and beyond.

  • Descarga

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    Joe Lakes presents Descarga, a programme exploring the world of Latin and World Music. With a starting point of Cuba, this programme travels the length and breadth of the Americas, and follows Latin rhythms back to Africa, Europe and the rest of the world.

  • Solid Sound

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    Kushti McPardy plays two hours of underground rave music, everything from house, techno, acid, bass, IDM, breaks, jungle, ghetto tech, footwork, gabber, drum & bass, crossbreed and breakcore. Guest mixes, interviews and music reviews.

    Contact: kushti.mcpardy@gmail.com

Wednesday

  • The Power of Dreams

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    The Power of Dreams is about promoting the awareness that hope, positivity and taking positive action is key to wellness and inner health. With the use of The Arts & Music the programme focuses on uniting all communities to support and uplift each other. Host Marian Shanley leads the way with fun, inspiration and insight. Giving a voice to topics, artists, and creatives with fearless conversations and empowering stories to promote wellness and inspire.

    Contact: thesometimesproject@gmail.com

  • Music

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  • Echoes of the Jukebox

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    Greetings 60's fans! Echoes of the Jukebox puts you right at the heart of the sights and the sounds of the 1960's. Armed with a stack of singles, Jim & Isabelle play the best music from the era.

  • Midweek Mix

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    Our Midweek Mix slot features four terrific programmes:

    An Entrepreneur Like You, presented by Dr Lollie Mancey highlights the successes of young entrepreneurs, and female entrepreneurship in Ireland.

    Dublin's Historic South, presented by historian Laura Fitzachary, explores the townlands of South Dublin. Each month a different part of the southside is featured and its history discussed. With a focus on social history, delve into the past of this part of the county.

    Maritime Ireland is designed to be a reflective, informative and entertaining programme about maritime matters. Tom MacSweeney explores Ireland's history through its relationship with coast, sea and the oceans around us. The connection between Ireland and the sea is as old as time itself for this island nation.

    Community Connection is produced in collaboration with the DLR Public Participation Network, and it aims to bring together people throughout the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown area to share their stories and encourage the community to get involved in any way they can.

    Contact: communityconnection@jamtestsite.ie

    maritimeirelandradioshow@gmail.com

    Schedule

  • Music

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  • News

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  • Green Radio

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    Azmia Riaz presents Green Radio, a programme that discusses climate change, sustainability, and how our community can be eco-friendly. Every week Green Radio talks to volunteers and activists from tidy towns, environmental charities, and businesses.

  • Music

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  • Radio Irlanda – Luna Park

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    Radio Irlanda is a weekly Italian radio magazine, addressing the Italian community in Dublin, Irish speakers of Italian and all residents in Dublin interested in Italian culture, Italian music and Italian language. Radio Irlanda covers a variety of topics: Italian language teaching, news from Italy and Ireland, Italian music (rock, traditional, opera, jazz, folk, etc.), information about intercultural events in Dublin and interviews with Italians living in Dublin or Irish speakers of Italian.
    Official website: https://www.radioirlanda.com/

  • Tracks - With Noel & Eoin

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    Noel Simpson and Eoin O'Donnell pick a topic each week and discuss. Humorous and insightful, Noel and Eoin take a look at culture, music, movies, Harrison Ford, James Bond, Lou Reed, Superman, Cinema, Holidays, Gigs... who know where they will start...or end up.

    Contact: tracks939@gmail.com

Thursday

  • The Marlon Show

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    Modern, playful, passionate, energy and filled with optimism, The Marlon Show, presented by Marlon Jimenez-Compton, is a show of music, optimism and passion.

  • Mike @ the Mic

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    Mike Purcell presents a magazine programme with a selection of music - most of which seems to have disappeared from the airwaves - and memories of Dundrum in the old days from local historian Jim Nolan’s 1987 book ‘The Changing Face of Dundrum’ Humorous poems sit in with ‘Stories behind the Dublin Places’ we think we know, and ‘How DNA Works’ moves on to ‘Lady Lavery on our Banknotes’ Or ‘William Dargan, the man who made our Railways’ who lived in Mt. Anville, and helped to found the National Gallery (his statue is outside it…..) The Dubliners and Ronnie drew are well represented, often with little stories to go with the track, and maybe a recitation by Brendan Cauldwell…Mike at the Mike – something unexpected every week.

  • Wellbeing For Everyday Life

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    Wellbeing for Everyday Life celebrates the trojan work of ordinary people who are committed to developing themselves and their community, and contributing productively to wider society. Presenter Maeve Halpin, who works as a Counselling Psychologist, interviews guests to tell their own stories in their own words, sharing both the joys and tribulations of the initiatives they undertake. The tremendous creativity, determination and passion of people who commit to developing their talents in order to contribute to others shines through in this programme. The guests' personal stories provide inspiration, motivation and self-belief for listeners who are contemplating making a change in their lives.

  • The Sandyford Shedders

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    Ireland's first and only radio programme hosted by members of the Men's Shed.

  • Apna Radio with Siraj

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    Apna Radio started way back in 1990 on Dublin’s Community Radio airwaves. The first of its kind, the show is produced, edited and presented by ex BBC Radio World Service trained broadcaster Siraj Zaidi. Apna Radio is about the South East Asian Community’s current affairs and culture, covering the range of music from the Indian subcontinent - Classical, Sufi, Qawwali, and the main stream contemporary and Indian cinema music affectionately known as Bollywood Music. It also celebrates and commemorates appropriate calendar events throughout the years each week, such as various religious and cultural festivals and the National Independent and Republic days on the radio.

    Contact: siraj.zaidi@gmail.com

  • Midweek Mix

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    Our Midweek Mix slot features four terrific programmes:

    An Entrepreneur Like You, presented by Dr Lollie Mancey highlights the successes of young entrepreneurs, and female entrepreneurship in Ireland.

    Dublin's Historic South, presented by historian Laura Fitzachary, explores the townlands of South Dublin. Each month a different part of the southside is featured and its history discussed. With a focus on social history, delve into the past of this part of the county.

    Maritime Ireland is designed to be a reflective, informative and entertaining programme about maritime matters. Tom MacSweeney explores Ireland's history through its relationship with coast, sea and the oceans around us. The connection between Ireland and the sea is as old as time itself for this island nation.

    Community Connection is produced in collaboration with the DLR Public Participation Network, and it aims to bring together people throughout the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown area to share their stories and encourage the community to get involved in any way they can.

    Contact: communityconnection@jamtestsite.ie

    maritimeirelandradioshow@gmail.com

    Schedule

  • News

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  • Music

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  • Dramatic Dublin

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    Alison MacCarvill presents Dramatic Dublin, featuring news, reviews, and interviews with people involved with local theatre in South Dublin and beyond.

  • Interlinks

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    Patrick Daly presents Interlinks, a programme about supply chain. globalisation and technology and how they shape our modern world. There is a little bit of history, a dash of economics, a sprinkling of business and an overlay of personal experience both from Patrick and his interviewees from around the world.

  • Music

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  • In The Mixx

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    TobiThaRadioguy hosts In The Mixx, the show that promotes new African music & lifestyle across the globe.

  • New Irish Music Hour

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    Each week on the New Irish Music Hour, Eoin & Rob will bring you the most exciting emerging talent in Irish music.
    Do you want your music to be played on Dublin South FM? Email your music submissions to: newirishmusic@dublinsouthfm.ie

Friday

  • Spill the Tea With Robbie D

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    Robbie D presents Spill the Tea, a mixture of music, entertainment and interviews based on local Community events and current affairs.

  • Friday Forum

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    Bryan Fox hosts Friday Forum, a weekly live current affairs programme featuring a panel of politicians, local councillors and analysts . We discuss many topics local, national and international.

    Contact:fridayforumdsfm@gmail.com

  • The Norton Report

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    Weekly Music Documentary Show with hosts Paul Norton & Barry O'Mahony, Dive deep into the strange stories behind famous songs & infamous musicians, and bathe in an hour of remarkable music.

    Contact: barryo@gmail.com

  • Music

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  • Sweep of the Week

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    Sean O'Kelly, Robert Doyle, Patrick Keeley and Susan Kane look back at the week's topical stories from Sports, Arts & Entertainment, politics and much more.

  • The View From Here

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    An educational show from a disability perspective, Sean O'Kelly presents The View From Here, with music and interviews discussing challenges facing those with disabilities.

    Contact: theviewfromheredsfm@gmail.com

  • News

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  • Music

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  • Ray M's Country Sounds

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    Howdy folks! Ray Messitt presents Country Sounds, bringing you the very best in new and classic American and Irish country music.

    Contact: newirishmusic@dublinsouthfm.ie

  • Rhyme and Reason

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    Presented by Helen Dwyer, Rhyme and Reason features a different writer each week reading from their own work. Helen interviews aspiring, emerging and established writers and play their choice of music. Many writers give tips on how they honed their skill and tell interesting anecdotes on their journey towards publication.

  • The Jazz Man

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    Dick Feeney is The Jazz Man, bringing you 90 minutes of the finest Jazz every Friday evening.

  • The Power of Dreams

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    The Power of Dreams is about promoting the awareness that hope, positivity and taking positive action is key to wellness and inner health. With the use of The Arts & Music the programme focuses on uniting all communities to support and uplift each other. Host Marian Shanley leads the way with fun, inspiration and insight. Giving a voice to topics, artists, and creatives with fearless conversations and empowering stories to promote wellness and inspire.

    Contact: thesometimesproject@gmail.com

Saturday

  • Spill the Tea With Robbie D

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    Robbie D presents Spill the Tea, a mixture of music, entertainment and interviews based on local Community events and current affairs.

  • Sweep of the Week

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    Sean O'Kelly, Robert Doyle, Patrick Keeley and Susan Kane look back at the week's topical stories from Sports, Arts & Entertainment, politics and much more.

  • RTÉ Documentaries On One

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    Multi award winning documentaries from Ireland telling real life stories. Produced by RTE.

  • The Sandyford Shedders

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    Ireland's first and only radio programme hosted by members of the Men's Shed.

  • Shuffling Through The Years

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    Reviving happy memories, Declan O'Callaghan plays a selection of classic pop music from the 1950s through to 2000.

  • Shout Radio

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    Conor Byrne & Warren Tate present Shout Radio, playing a combination of classic and contemporary pop hits.

  • Punjabi Radio

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    Presented by Ramesh Kumar, Punjabi Radio Ireland provides the platform to connect with Punjabi culture and information to create awareness and extend its role in organizing social events for the Punjabi community.

    Contact: punjabirimpy@gmail.com

  • Music Bonanza

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    Ciaran Nesbit presents Music Bonanza, playing a wide range of classic rock and pop hits, with a featured theme for each episode.

  • Urban Smooth

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    Sean Coyle presents Urban Smooth, an R&B/Soul music show highlighting cool classic hits and the deepest of cuts from an array of artists of the genre and beyond. Seán chats with featured interview guests and brings the best of rhythmic music and the smoothest of soul ballads together to create the perfect Saturday night ambience. Urban Smooth Shaping the soundtrack to your Saturday Night!

    Contact: seancoyle87@gmail.com

  • Music

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Sunday

  • Ceol Go Leor

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    Courtesy of our friends in Liffey Sound FM, Brian Hughes presents Ceol go Leor, a Traditional Irish Music show with interviews and the latest Irish trad releases.

  • Take the A Train

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    Tony Lynam plays 2 hours of classic tracks from the Big Band era and the Great American Songbook.

  • Memory Lane

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    Broadcasting with Dublin South FM for over 20 years, Martha Lynam presents Memory Lane, a programme for our senior citizens, featuring a mix of interviews, chat, history, trivia and some classic songs from the past.

    Contact: marthalynam1@gmail.com

  • Classic Sunday

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    Presenters Paula, Mike, Bryan, Sara & Ken play the best in classical music and more every Sunday from 4:00pm - 5:30 pm

  • Music

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  • Susan's Showtunes

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    Join Susan for a musical theatre escape every week, where she will play all the best musical showtunes, new and old from Broadway and beyond

  • Eclectic Chair

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    From ABBA to the Zombies, from Arias to Zydeco Eclectic Chair has it all. Presented by Ciaran Barrett.

  • Sunday Night with Keith McLoughlin

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    Keith McLoughlin plays new music by established artists, new Irish acts and live music and interviews with guests.

    Contact: keitho89@hotmail.com

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