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Schedule: Sat 25 February – Fri 3 March 2017

Schedule for Saturday the 25th February to Friday the 3rd March.

Shows broadcast daily.


12.00 – 13.00 Angels Today with Declan Kavanagh: The show that helps you connect to Spirit and your Angels on a deeper level.Through story, prayer, mediation and music.

13.00 – 13.30 The Martha Clarke Astrology Show: Martha Clarke is a full time astrologer who specialises in natal astrological chart readings that give insights and clarity into our life’s focus. She also does locational astrological chart readings showing the best places in the world for people to live and work. On this week’s show Martha interviews rebel rousing Scottish artist Lorraine King Marshall. Tweet Martha: @mclarkeimages


13.30 – 14.00 Sodshow Garden Podcast Peter Donegan chats with Melinda Meservy of Thyme and Place, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Formerly a business and data analysis expert who rarely saw home and lived from pretty much all over the world, 3 months ago Melinda opened the doors to her new business Thyme and Place, a garden shop based in Salt Lake City, Utah.


14.00 – 15.00 Sound & Places with Roos DeMol World music guru Roos with another new showcase of the freshest sounds from around the globe; transmitting live from Clonline Radio HQ


15.00 – 15.30  The Flavour Files: Kate Ryan interviews  Allison Roberts who heads up Clonakilty chocolate


15.30 – 16.00 The History Show: This week in the history show, Con McCarthy meets the son of a veteran of Kilmichael ambush of 1920, Denis Kelly. Kieran and Con also discuss the events of the ambush and the repercussions afterwards.


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.


17.00 – 17.15 There is no business like …  the Jelly Fish Surf Shop, Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland. It has been in Spiller’s Lane for over 13 years and  is still thriving. Moze talks to Nollaig Hurley about setting up a brand-new business (and drawing up a business plan), waves (big and small), West Cork beaches, the season for surfing, clothes, boards, flip flops, and more.


17.15 – 17.30 The Video Trolley  Hitchcock’s Rear Window is often seen as bit of fluff, a lesser film for it’s seeming simplicity. But maybe there’s more going on than first viewings would suggest.


17.30 – 18.00 West Cork Music


18.00 – 19.00 End Notes: Reddy O’ Regan This week retired solicitor Reddy O’Regan shares his funeral playlist and discusses his own experiences of and attitudes to death and dying.


19.00 – 20.00 Baz & Bob’s Late Late Breakfast Show: Music and mayhem for the dangerously hungover. Tweet the crew on Twitter: @BazAndBob , Facebook: and email the show at:  Text 087 147 8203 – Whatsapp is also available on that number, so get those texts in!


20.00 – 21.00 Transmission: Listen to Ralph Mexico play randomly brilliant songs in a brilliantly random way.


21.00 – 22.00 The Rockers Guide with Eamonn Sheehy Episode 10: Essential Albums Series – Spacemen 3 ‘The ‘The Perfect Prescription’. Eamonn introduces Spacemen 3’s 1987 magnum opus ‘The Perfect Prescription’. From its Stooges-tinged foundations onward, it is a psychedelic masterpiece, long hailed for its supernova aural transcendence, dilated orchestral highs and spectral guitar ohms.


22.00 – 23.00 Gary’s Late Night Cuts Following on from the previous set of Brazilian music, tonight, Gary plays jazz that has been influenced by Brazil. He plays songs from Miles Davis with Gill Evans, and of course Stan Getz.


23.00 – 00.00 Hames: A new set from Hames. Hames is an anagram of shame. Barkeep ubiquitous, Barista no more. Fond of the sound of noise wide-ranging.