Sharon Carty and Gavan Ring duetting live in Studio 1
Sharon Carty and Gavan Ring performing Et Misericordia from Bach's Magnificat with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra live in Studio 1 in Donnybrook for the Classic Drive Winter Special.
Maynooth University Chamber Choir performing Rivers of Light, a choral hymn to aurora borealis from Latvian composer, Eriks Ešenvalds.
Mezzo Soprano Sharon Carty live in Studio 1
Sharon Carty joins Lorcan Murray for the Winter Special of Classic Drive live from Studio 1 in Donnybrook. Sharon performs Siébel's Aria from Gounod's Faust with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
Rivers of Light | Culture File
Michael Dawson and Maynooth University Chamber Choir come into the studio for a live Culture File celebrating Rivers of Light, a choral hymn to aurora borealis from Latvian composer, Eriks Ešenvalds.
A Short List of Lists | Culture File
Media theorist, Liam Cole Young, on the darkest kind of list and listmakers, as well as the explosive effect on intellectual life of one short list created by the Argentine writer, Jorge Luis Borges. (RPT)
A New Flute | Culture File
A musical playdate in Dublin as composer Ailís Ní Ríain and flautist Lina Andonovska meetup to see what music they, along with a brand new contrabass flute, might make.
The Culture File Debate: The "Wild" Word
Recorded live at Dublin Book Festival, writer and artist, Lisa Fingleton, Nature File's Anja Murray, sailor and artist, Gwen Wilkinson, along with The Naturalist Bookshelf's Paddy Woodworth, join Luke Clancy to investigate the secret life of the word "wild".
Culture File "Likes": Peter Broderick
Composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and Japanophile, Peter Broderick shares a few of his favourite things in watching, listening, reading, tasting and smelling.
"The "Wild" Word | Culture File
Previewing our Culture File Debate, Paddy Woodworth explores the word wild, and its place in the book trade and the future of the planet.
The Many Arts of Héloïse Werner (2/2) | Culture File
Soprano, cellist, improvisor, composer and writer, Héloïse Werner on finding a place in the musical world when you’re a cello-playing soprano who likes to do comedy. (2/2)
The Many Arts of Héloïse Werner (1/2) | Culture File
Soprano, cellist, impovisor, composer and writer, Héloïse Werner on her childhood in the choral hothouse of France's Maîtrise de Radio France’, and ending up on the festival comedy stage.
Jennifer Walshe’s Things Know Things | Culture File
Birdcast: A summer running route brings an encounter with birds and wires for Jennifer Walsh, recorded in her latest postcard from the technological edge.
Culture File "Likes": Brenda Molloy
Harpist, early music specialist, and Alice Coltrane admirer, Brenda Molloy shares some of her favourite things in watching, listening, reading, tasting and smelling.
The Culture File Weekly 111123: Tulca, Peist, Lost Lear, Paddy Woodworth
Galway's Tulca visual art festival kicks off; earthy Limerick improvisers, Peist collaborate with dancer, Aiobhinn O’Dea; Dan Colley's Lost Lear mashes up puppets, people and Shakespear to explore dementia; and Paddy Woodworth brings his latest suggestion for the Naturalist's Bookshelf.
Lost Lear | Culture File
Another chance to hear creator, Dan Colley on Lost Lear, his puppets 'n' people show about using Shakespeare in the care of a former actor with dementia, which is now on a national tour.