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Schedule: Sat 11 – Fri 17 March 2017

Schedule for Saturday the 11th March to Friday the 17th March.
Shows broadcast daily.

12.00 – 13.00 Angels Today with Declan Kavanagh: Declan helps you connect to your spirit and your angels on a deeper level through story, prayer, meditation and music.

13.00 – 13.30 The Astrology Show with Martha Clarke: Martha searches the stars for meaning  http://www.marthaclarkeastrology.com

13.30 – 14.00 The Sodshow with Peter Donegan: Peter chats with garden designer Paul Hervey Brookes.Paul has been described by his peers as arty, creative and possessing an immense plant knowledge. His ability to read landscapes and evoke intense feelings and emotions has won him acclaim across the board. He works on a diverse range of public landscapes and private gardens both in the United Kingdom and Internationally.

14.00 – 15.00 Sound & Places with Roos DeMol: Transmitting live from Clonline Radio HQ, our resident world music guru showcases the freshest sounds from around the globe. We’re kicking off the Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations with music from Ireland, music influenced by Irish music, music that influenced Irish music, new Irish jazz and music played by The New Irish. with a.o., Arrow from Montserrat, The Chatham County Line from the USA, Carmelilla Montoya from Spain and Paul Dunlea and Cormac Mc Carthy from Ireland.

15.00 – 16.00 Protest Songs – Aboriginal Music: Kieran Doyle talks with Kevin McNally about the Aboriginal people of Australia and the abuses and discrimination they have endured.  Kevin also introduces some of the protest music, produced by them, that has been inspired by the tragic suffering of the Aboriginal people.

16.00 – 17.00 Cosmosis: An eclectic mix of old and new electronic, psych, ambient and the vibrations of the collective conscious. Free your mind and your ass, your ear and your elbow will follow. This week is all about the women in the music.

17.00 – 17.15 There is no business like …Wedding Photography: Moze talks to Kate Bean, a young artist who is turning wedding photography into a fine art, about selfies, photography as a dangerous pursuit, her favourite locations and much more.

17.15 – 17.30 Video Trolley: A short introduction to the good, the bad and the ugly of Westerns in the movies.

17.30 – 18.00 West Cork Break and Lucky Dip

18.00 – 18.30 The Fugue Room: Moze Jacobs interviews James Waller, Brian McSwiney and Justin Grounds at the debut of their exhibition ‘The Fugue Room’ at Clonakilty Community Arts Centre.

18.30 – 19.00 Micky McKennas Big Bucket: Micky McKenna is a Kerryman with a passion for the golden age of showbands that featured big personalities, big hats, big hearts and Big Tom.  Zip up your Mickey and spit on me, Dickie, indeed.

19.00 – 20.00 Baz & Bob’s Late Late Breakfast Show: Music and mayhem for the dangerously hungover.

20.00 – 21.00 Transmission: Ralph Mexico play’s random songs that earned him the title of “The Superstar DJ’s Superstar DJ” in Superstar DJ College.

21.00 – 22.00 Gary’s Late Night Cuts – Instrumental Movie Soundtracks: Gary Hannon knows so much about instrumental movie soundtracks if you cut off the top of his head and peered in you’d see Ennio Morricone throwing popcorn at Bernard Herrmann as he had a battle of the timpanis with Michael Nyman.

22.00 – 23.00 The Rockers Guide – Heavy Progressives: This week is all about dense rising soundscapes and psychedelic metal sounds. The Rockers Guide keeps it heavy and progressive with a selection of music from the record label Profound Lore; including Prurient, Altar of Plagues and some tasters from Wife’s new ep ‘Standard Nature’. Stay tuned also for some older gems from Irish metal legends Primordial, and don’t miss the new material from Julie Christmas/Cult of Luna’s ‘Mariner’ album; which Rolling Stone magazine have declared ‘A heady masterpiece’.

23.00 – 00.00 Hames: A new set from Hames, the kind of bleep-tastic carry-on that makes dance-floor ninjas of us all.