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All the latest podcasts published across RTÉ Radio's ten radio services

Yesterday at 12:03 PM

Michael Hartnett, well-timed acts of kindness, Maeve Binchy’s favourite poem, a pioneering comprehensive school and more, with Denise Blake, Margaret Galvin, Mike Mac Domhnaill, Tim Carey and Gordon Snell


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Ted Kessler, former editor of Q Magazine and the NME joins Dave to talk about his book Paper Cuts – How I Destroyed The British Music Press and Other Misadventures.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

After a brutal reaction to her government's mini-budget, can Britain's Prime Minister Liz Truss reassure the markets, the electorate and the Tory faithful at the Conservative Party Conference? Featuring reaction from Kathleen Brooks, Market Analyst with Minerva, and Lucy Fisher, Chief Political Commentator at Times Radio.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

ABC Correspondent Anne Barker updates us with the latest from Jakarta.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Journalist Sam Cowie joins us from Sao Paulo to look at Brazil's polarising election.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Taoiseach Micheál Martin joined This Week to talk about the rising cost of living, the crises in energy and housing, and the future of his own leadership.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Carole Coleman reports.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

One of the world’s most famous producers is back after 8 years with his new album The Painter. William joins Dave from his home in Venice to tell him all about being back and feeling relevant. In his career to date, he has sold more than 200 million recordings.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Tara Brady joins Dave to talk about whether streaming is changing what we get the opportunity to see.


Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Jenny joined Dave to talk him through her all time favourite album, Leftism by Leftfield


Yesterday at 10:00 AM

Ahead of the release of the movie Dungeons and Dragons- Honor Among Thieves, Novelist and The Guardian and Video Games Critic Sarah Maria Griffin delves in the world of one of the most popular board games Dungeons and Dragons.


Yesterday at 10:00 AM

Series Producer of RTE's Arena, Kay Sheehy, and Eoin Sweeney, TV and Radio Producer, share their recommendations on what to watch on the big and small screens.


Yesterday at 10:00 AM

Author and Broadcaster John Creedon joins Brendan to discuss his new book 'An Irish Folklore Treasure', which explores old irish thinking, habits and the nation's story.


Yesterday at 10:00 AM

Brendan is joined by Paul Sommerville Markets Analyst, Alison O'Connor, Irish Examiner Columnist and Broadcaster, Lorna Bogue, Councillor in Cork City and former member of the Green Party and Dr Lorcan Sirr, Senior Lecture in Housing, TU Dublin. RTE Northern Correspondent Conor Mccauley reports on a United Ireland conference.


Yesterday at 9:00 AM

Ahead of the Great Pink Run and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Miriam chats with two women who have battled breast cancer


Yesterday at 9:00 AM

From a Dublin childhood to singing for Oprah, Red Hurley marks 50 years in showbusiness


Yesterday at 8:00 AM

Michael Hartnett, well-timed acts of kindness, Maeve Binchy’s favourite poem, a pioneering comprehensive school and more, with Denise Blake, Margaret Galvin, Mike MacDomhnaill, Tim Carey and Gordon Snell


Yesterday at 7:00 AM

After the rupturing of the Nord Stream pipeline off the Danish coast, questions are being asked about who is to blame, in Cameroon, a teenage girl is changing perceptions about young women in football, and in the "Las Vegas" of Bulgaria, gamblers and migrants seek better fortunes.


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Marian Harkin, Independent TD for Sligo–Leitrim; Peadar Tóibín, Aontú leader and TD for Meath West


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Peggy Murphy, Mother of Thalidomide Survivor; Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Marian Harkin, Independent TD for Sligo–Leitrim; Peadar Tóibín, Aontú leader and TD for Meath West


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Gary Pepper, Pig Farmer, Co Cavan; Samantha Reilly, Egg producer, Co Cavan; Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Marian Harkin, Independent TD for Sligo–Leitrim; Peadar Tóibín, Aontú leader and TD for Meath West


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Marian Harkin, Independent TD for Sligo–Leitrim; Peadar Tóibín, Aontú leader and TD for Meath West


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Uri Kohen is the founder of the Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival joins Dave to tell him about how his family is responsible for the Ig Nobel Prize


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is continuing to test rocket boosters at its Starbase compound in Texas. The work there has drawn a lot of attention from SpaceX enthusiasts across the globe. Dave talks to Anthony Gomez, SpaceX fan and Manager of the Rocket Ranch, who has moved his life to be closer to the action!


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Dave chats with Gwenno who has been nominated for this year’s Mercury Music Prize. If you don’t know who Gwenno is, well, according to some she’s a one-woman Celtic revival. She’s Welsh, she performs mostly in the Cornish language, she's onto her third album Tresor and unsurprisingly the tracks are written in Cornish!


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Marian Harkin, Independent TD for Sligo–Leitrim; Peadar Tóibín, Aontú leader and TD for Meath West


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

McDonald’s is selling Happy Meals to adults...with a twist! Florida reporter defends putting condom on mic during Hurricane Ian broadcast, first cloned wolf is born via beagle and Lidl told to destroy gold chocolate bunnies after it loses copyright case with Lindt... it must be Aifric’s stories of the week!


Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

Don’t Worry Darling the uburban thriller has been making headlines around the world for many reasons but mainly to do with its press tour! TV & Film journalist Deirdre Molumby gives Dave an explainer of the events and takes a look at some of the other press tours gone wrong


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

Instagram cooks Gina and Karol Daly join us in studio to talk about their new book Bold Food Made Good, their growing success and their busy family life.


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

Leader of the Liberal Golos Party, Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik joins Brendan in studio to talk about the celebrations in Russia after the illegal annexation of Ukrainian regions.


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick joins Brendan to share a philosophical insight into his love for animals ahead of his stage shows in November.


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

Former Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin looks back at his life and talks about life after retirement with Brendan. He also talks about some of the biggest issues he faced in his 17 years as Archbishop of Dublin.


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

DIY Influencer Shauna O'Connor gives DIY hacks for blocking drafts, from sealing your doors to blocking the chimney.


Last Saturday at 10:00 AM

Irish Examiner Cost of Living Expert Caitriona Redmond provides some top tips on changing energy providers to put some of your hard earned cash back in your pockets.


Last Saturday at 9:00 AM

With the cost of living crisis bearing down on many countries, deepening political and economic cracks are appearing. Our next guest monitors political risk in various countries. Mark Rosenberg is the founder and co-head of the Research firm GeoQuant and he joins me now.


Last Saturday at 9:00 AM

This week, NASA successfully managed to crash a spacecraft into an asteroid. Siofra Mulqueen has been looking at the space innovations that we’ve managed to encompass into our everyday lives. We’re joined by Professor of Aerospace Engineering Sinéad O’Sullivan, Space Reporter Dr Niamh Shaw and Leo Enright to discuss.


Last Saturday at 9:00 AM

As energy prices continue to rise and the war in Ukraine continues, there was a lot of concern this week about the damage caused to two natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea - with many citing sabotage as the cause. We’re joined by security and defence analyst Professor Michael Clarke.


Last Saturday at 9:00 AM

Many businesses have in the last few years been thinking closer to home for manufacturers and suppliers. And our next guest runs one such business. Jennifer Slattery runs a textile company that’s designed and manufactured here, but exports all over the world. She tells us her story.


Last Saturday at 9:00 AM

The recent discussion of energy prices is one seen across various newspapers. A number of energy price hikes come into effect from today. We’re joined by Darragh Cassidy, Head of Communications with Bonkers.ie and Personal Finance Editor with the Irish Independent Charlie Weston to discuss.


Last Saturday at 7:00 AM

Countrywide’s Della Kilroy is in Roscommon to learn more about a new harvesting project aimed to help Ukraine refugees feel more at home in Ireland. You can find out more about this and similar projects here : www.socialfarmingireland.ie