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The Roll Over

Presenter: 
Vicky Kelly
About the show: 

Join Vicky Kelly on The Rollover for an eclectic mix of different beats taking inspiration from dance, disco, funk, electronic, Indie, alternative, hip hop and RNB. Featured artists include Prince, David Bowie, LCD Soundsystem and Notorious B.I.G. to name but a few. Keep the weekend rolling over every Sunday from midnight until 2am.

WoodSongs All Time Radio Hour

Presenter: 
Michael Jonathon
About the show: 

WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour is an ALL VOLUNTEER live audience celebration of grassroots music and the artists who make it. The show airs on 515 radio stations from Australia to Boston to Dublin, Ireland. It also airs on American Forces Radio Network twice each weekend in 173 nations, every military base and US Naval ship in the world. The shows airs coast-to-coast in millions of TV homes as a public television series. Now Friday’s on RFD-TV. Presented by singer /songwriter Michael Johnathon. 

Night Moves

Presenter: 
Derek Mc Carthy
About the show: 

Presenter Derek Mc Carthy plays a variety of music genres on the Night Moves programme. It is all chill out music so tune in and relax to the sounds. 

Classical Choices

Presenter: 
Patrick Doyle
About the show: 

Produced and presented by Patrick Doyle  the programme attempts to encourage a  greater appreciation of Classical Music,  in all its genres. 

Dead Air

Presenter: 
Death Walker
About the show: 


Welcome Darklings & fellow Creatures of the night! Your presence is much anticipated at the Batcave for your weekly dose of Dublin's deadliest Gothic entertainment show, DEAD AIR!

Join me, Death Walker your 'hostess with the mostess', every Tues night 23:00-00:00 for your wkly excavation. Digging up the most deadliest in Goth Rock, Post Punk, Darkwave, Synthwave, Deathrock & Dark Alternative. Together, we can devour all that makes a dark heart beat faster! ^V^

Turn on... Tune in... and DROP DEAD! 

Rythm and Roots

Presenter: 
Rohan Healy
About the show: 

Join Rohan Healy Thursday's at 11pm for an hour of ragtime, music hall, early blues, traditional, bluegrass, jazz, swing, folk and country as he explores the path popular, and no so popular, music has taken to reach the sounds we have today. From cultural traditions, through written music & the piano boom, to the dawn of recording at the turn of the 1900s and beyond. Ragtime rarities and old timey oddities abound, mixed with obscure versions of timeless classics and standards, as well as a look at the current movements in the "Roots Music" genre.