• 600
    Two ears one mouth.
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    Office of Evangelisation & Ecumenism, working to bring Good News to many in the Archdiocese of Dublin.
  • SDCCLibraries
    The library service of South Dublin County. We love books, we love information, we love technology and we love hearing about what you love too!
  • SliNuaCareers
    Career tips from Sli Nua Careers - posted by our career consultant Liam Horan. He is also career correspondent for TheJournal.ie - posting here interesting items to help people seeking to get/change a job.
  • AnIrishCatholic
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  • FMA
    Promoting greater understanding and appreciation of Christian values in the media with particular reference to Catholic teachings
  • PilgrimChris
    Life is a pilgrimage for me and I am lucky that my passion for hiking is also my living. I have a faith, but am not an evangelist and I rarely discuss my beliefs.
  • artistconnection
    I am the Producer and Host of a long form interview based audio podcast. My interviews last anywhere from 15 minutes to just over an hour. If you like these samples, visit my website for the rest of the conversation. Thank you!
  • paulbmurphy
    BBC Correspondent in the North of England
  • HighFidelityJJ
    High Fidelity is a radio series presented by Jack Lukeman and Julie Feeney and produced by Helen Shaw, Athena Media. It is broadcast on RTE Lyric fm 7pm Mondays
  • homegrown
    Home Grown with Ella McSweeney is a radio series on traditions in food and farming in Ireland on RTE. From raw millk to native Dexter cattle, fresh blood pudding to blacksmithing, each programme features people who are keeping traditional skills alive.
  • ellamcsweeney
    Irish TV & radio broadcaster twitter @ellamcsweeney
  • markomahony
    Coffee drinker, statistics student, sports fan, audio lurker.
  • thisweekrte
    This Week is a weekly News and Current Affairs programme Broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 at 13.00 each Sunday afternoon.