Please enable it in your browser's preferences.
Please visit our
if you're having problems.
Download the App
Help & Feedback
Terms & Conditions
browse trending tags
An Opera for Carlow: Documentary Preview
Producer Helen Shaw, Assistant Producers Lisa Essuman and Paula Cunniffe, Sound editor Lochlainn Harte. An Athena Media production for RTE Lyric fm made with the support of the BAI Sound and Vision Funding Scheme.
The documentary 'An Opera for Carlow' airs on 1st July at 7pm on RTÉ lyric fm.
Three years in the planning, one year in production, ‘An Opera for Carlow’ is the story of an extraordinary and unique community music and arts project led by conductor Fergus Sheil. Sheil, and his creative team composer Brian Irvine and director and writer John McIlduff, set up to create an opera from scratch working with the people of Carlow. On May 5th in the GB Shaw Theatre in Visual that opera ‘Shelter me from the Rain’ was premiered and this documentary produced by Athena Media is the story of the journey to that night and how the birth of that opera changed the lives of everyone involved.
Politics of global health: players (5/11)
The Open University - Social Sciences
Politics of global health: players Global health is a very complex issue, with a variety of local and international bodies vying for...
Impressions and highlights from the International Retreat
Four people share their experience of the retreat so far. We hear from Sally from Glasgow, Jane from London, Ivan from Cambridge (via...
Sophie Elbaz explains the context behind her work in Gallery 3
Listen as artist Sophie Elbaz explains the context behind the creation of her work shown in Gallery 3.
#Febooary2015 Day24 - Does Work banish boredom, vice, poverty. #febooary #2015 #day24
Strange isn't it Cat ☺️ I got there in the end with what you meant Great subject btw !
By vice...I meant drinking, gambling, drugs and those bad things that could cause someone to lose their job
I agree! I got more completed when o worked full time than I do now. Ugh!
Living Communities - Dylan's weaving
Living Communities Exhibition Perth Museum and Art Gallery Work gathered from a series of Living Communities projects delivered to...
Second part of my interview with Joan from Sydenham
International Council 2014, Voices No. 7 - Maitriratna and Vijaya (India, Order and College Strands)
A great interview with two pioneering women - the first female Indian members of the Triratna Buddhist Order to come to the International...
Giles is a Community Centre Manager
So why DO people believe in God? Real people tell us why they believe before the toaster pops up.
The Open University - Social Sciences
Heidelbergology What is Heidelbergology? Part 8 of 8:...
Why I don't listen to your podcast
Listen in while I tell you why I don't listen to your podcast.
#Russian - ИНФОРМАТОР - @z1radio
ZoneOneRadio's Russian language show for London's Russian community this week looks at art... Это Информатор – еженедельная...
Keith and Kaori Energy Story
Keith and Kaori share their energy story with Rosie Lewis for the Some Like it Too Hot project. More info on the project is available at http://www.greenerleith.org/greener-leith-news/2010/3/31/some-like-it-too-hot.html
Luke's Big Update with Luke and Tom | Network Show with Bath City Sound Radio
Luke's Big Update for Monday.
Thank you for joining me!
To my fans and followers: Thank you for joining my online community and for making me smile each day over coffee. I enjoy answering your...
What's so good about being a nun?
We've been speaking to the delightful Sister Hyacinthe from the Priory of St Dominic in the New Forest. She tells us in 40 seconds what's...
Make tea not war. #awesomestow residents provide a makeshift canteen for police #londonriots
International Council 2014, Voices No. 5 - Vajrajyoti (South Pacific, Movement Strand)
A delightful conversation today at the Triratna International Council with Vajrajyoti from Auckland, New Zealand, back for her second...
Breaking news, latest sport, longer listens