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‘Kila: Suas Síos - In and Out of Lockdown’ tells the story of how trad/indie band Kila traversed almost two full years of COVID-19 restrictions within the live music sector.The life blood of Kila is playing live; and while in the middle of a European tour during March 2020, COVID-19 hit.CREDITS - Producer was Noel Sweeney. The programme was present…
 
Documentary On Newstalk presents 'Rebel Prisoner', the story of Seamus Cavanagh, a British army soldier turned Irish Volunteer who was interned in multiple prisons and camps between 1916-24 including Wormwood Scrubs, Frongoch internment camp and the prison ship Argenta.Contributors: Colm Toland, Dr Adrian Grant, Michael Gallagher.Sound Recordist: G…
 
As part of Documentary on Newstalk a new programme by producer JJ O'Shea, telling the story of the development of 19th century mansion, Muckross House in “A Gift to The Nation”.“A Gift to The Nation”, tells the story of the development of Muckross House after it was gifted to the people of Ireland in 1932. Today the house is a museum and one of the…
 
Documentary on Newstalk, Producer Patricia Baker celebrates the medium of the wireless in: To Radio With Love.Every day in Ireland over three million people listen to the radio. As we go about our day, more often than not, it is the radio that informs, entertains and stimulates us.Originally broadcast in 2014, To Radio With Love is a radio document…
 
This is not a story just about whiskey but one about identity, emigration, politics and life told through the water of life itself!The fact that the word whiskey comes from the Irish word uisce speaks volumes about the history our nation has with this world-famous beverage. However, it’s not as straightforward as the method of production being inve…
 
Exploring the harmful effect of man-made noise pollution on the whales and dolphins inhabiting Irish waters in a new radio documentary by producer John Higgins: A Sea of SoundOver 90% of Ireland’s territory is under the sea and this vast underwater environment is home to 25 different species of whale, dolphin and porpoise, from deep diving beaked w…
 
Through a mix of conversation with Dr Sabina Brennan and self-recordings, migraineurs Aaron, Siobhan and Fiona share their experience of life with migraine in "Imaginers" Dr Edward O'Sullivan, Director of the Migraine Clinic at Cork University Hospital takes us inside the migraine brain offering a medical and scientific perspectiveCredits: Producer…
 
"Whispers" is a drama telling the story of Jane, who through a series of misdiagnosis learns she has ovarian cancer.Set in her bathroom, having been sick during her daughter’s sixth birthday party, Jane reflects on the journey from diagnosis to the present day. Echoing the stages of grief, Jane battles through misdiagnosis and the feeling of not be…
 
Episode Two On the one hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce's masterpiece Ulysses; a two part radio drama that tells the story of Bloomsday, June 16th 1904. 'Strolling Through Ulysses'. This programme contains adult themes. Episode two will be available on next Sunday, Feb 13th.CREDITS: ‘Strolling Through Ulysses’; written and na…
 
On the one hundredth anniversary of the publication of James Joyce's masterpiece Ulysses; a two part radio drama that tells the story of Bloomsday, June 16th 1904. 'Strolling Through Ulysses'. This programme contains adult themes. Episode two will be available on next Sunday, Feb 13th.CREDITS: ‘Strolling Through Ulysses’; written and narrated by Ro…
 
Radio award nominated, "WHO KILLED BILLED?", written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Marc-Ivan O'Gorman, produced by Daryl Moorhouse of Tinpot Productions, tells the compelling story of the life and death of Irish-born Hollywood director William Desmond Taylor. A top director of his time, his murder in February 1922 became the biggest scand…
 
Documentary On Newstalk presents - "Childless" a new documentary by producer Hilary Fennell."It’s hard to imagine that there remains a subject so taboo that although shared by one in five women over 45, it is never discussed. That subject is being childless, but not by choice." - Hilary Fennell, programme maker and journalist is one of a growing nu…
 
Trigger for Change is new radio documentary, created by artist Sinead McCann in collaboration with The Bridge Project. Produced by Sinead McCann and Alan Meaney in collaboration with The Bridge Project. Music by Eamonn Bailey.The documentary explores the challenges people with a criminal record face in securing employment on release from prison. It…
 
Documentary on Newstalk, producer Lisa Gernon tells the story of the voices behind the phenomenal success of ‘Irish Women in Harmony’. In 2020 ‘Irish Women in Harmony’ a collective of over 40 Irish female artistes came together – while apart - to record a cover of The Cranberries’ hit ‘Dreams’ which was one of the most successful musical collaborat…
 
IMRO-nominated producer Brian Gallagher looks at the lives of the many people involved in running the busiest train station in Ireland in ‘Connolly Station – A Day in the Life’Using a lively mix of interviews, location recordings, sound effects and music, Connolly Station – A Day in the Life explores the stories behind Ireland’s busiest railway sta…
 
In ‘The Wicklow Round’, radio producer Ciarán Ryan meets with and follows a number of runners who have taken on The Wicklow Round, a grueling 110km+ self-navigated challenge to 26 summits in the Wicklow Mountains. The documentary charts the origins of the ‘round’ back to the early part of this century, meeting some of the pioneers involved in setti…
 
Documentary on Newstalk presents “Captain Jack Crawford: The Poet Scout”. Producer Jim Doherty puts on his cowboy hat to tell the story of the Donegal man who became a Wild West hero, poet, and entertainer in “Captain Jack Crawford: The Poet Scout”.“Most people will have heard of such icons of the American West as Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickok, Ge…
 
This week on Documentary On Newstalk - "The Troublesome Nun" a new radio documentary on the life and times of Margaret Mac Curtain, a Dominican Sister whose lifelong determination to write women into mainstream Irish history changed the narrative of Irish history forever. Margaret was a historian, a feminist, a teacher, a human rights activist, and…
 
Director Órfhlaith Foyle and producer Alan Meaney bring you the story of May Mullen. In 1900s Ireland, a fiercely independent woman rallies against traditional expectations in ‘May’s End’.CREDITS: ‘May’s End’ was written and directed by Órfhlaith Foyle. Produced, recorded and edited by Alan Meaney.The cast are Tara Finn, John Burke, Gerry Howard, J…
 
This weekend on Documentary On Newstalk we remember the events of September the 11th 2001. And hear the story of its first official victim, proud Irish-American and chaplain to the New York Fire Department, Father Mychal Judge. This is "Last Hour - the story of 911's First Victim"Credits: Last Hour - the story of 911's First Victim was produced by …
 
‘Two Thieves’, a darkly-comic audio drama written by Hugh Hick and produced by Heather MacLeod.In an alternate dystopian society, two criminals are up for the public vote on a Government-sponsored radio programme – and only one can be saved. With echoes of Beckett, a biblical story becomes a contemporary exploration of populist rehabilitation and p…
 
As Team Ireland compete in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Documentary On Newstalk presents another chance to hear 2016's 'Personal Best – The Story Behind Irish Women in Paralympic Sport’ by Susan Dennehy. In 'Personal Best', radio producer Susan Dennehy profiles, and follows over the course of several months, the progress of two female athletes …
 
"Full of Heart" examines the extraordinary events of October 9th 2016, when mother of one Michelle Herbert from Newcastle West, suddenly lost consciousness while playing in the Limerick Junior camogie county final.‘About five minutes into the second half, I just felt dizzy and I put my hurley out to steady myself and I collapsed," Michelle recalls …
 
Documentary on Newstalk presents a new two part series 'THE FARMERS WHO WENT WILD'.Mary Brophy retraces the story of the supposedly unlikely friendship between two farmers and an ecologist. And how their shared love of wildlife saw them attempt to reverse the devastating impacts of decades of intensive farming on biodiversity, in one Cork river val…
 
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