BIG MUSIC WEEK5

Luka Bloom sings  ‘Don’t be afraid of the light within you’ in Newbridge Photo: © Michael Fisher

Luka Bloom sings ‘Don’t be afraid of the light within you’ in Newbridge Photo: © Michael Fisher

Another busy day for the RTÉ Big Music promotion in association with Iarnród Eireann. Here is today’s schedule of broadcasts on radio and television: remember to watch the Late Late Show tonight with Ryan Tubridy as the train arrives back at Connolly station in Dublin.

07:00 RTÉ 2fm Breakfast with Hector Join Hector and friends for a great show live from the train in Boyle station, Co Roscommon Various
9:30, 12:35 & 16:10 RTÉjr The Beo Show This Big Music Week join stage manager Donie and wardrobe lady Gerty Gúna  as they prepare the Beo Theatre for children from across the country Various
10:00 & 14:35 RTÉjr Hubble Hubble is going musical so watch and listen as Emma and Ogié discover a musical world full of fun and interesting sounds. Various
12:00 RTÉ Radio 1 The Ronan Collins Show Ronan broadcasts live from Maynooth, capturing  beautiful performances from The Maynooth University Chamber Orchestra with Eimear Quinn, The Lost Brothers, Heathers, Gavin James and more The Maynooth University Chamber Orchestra with Eimear Quinn, The Lost Brothers, Heathers, Gavin James and more
Nightly RTÉ One RTÉ Big Music Week update A very special  update of all the day’s action from  RTÉ Big Music Week
21:35 RTÉ One The Late Late Show As the  RTÉ Big Music Week Train pulls back in to Connolly Station following an epic week, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and the RTÉ Big Music Week House Band gather in studio for a one-off live performance of Irish song-writer Brendan Graham’s RTÉ Big Music Week song. Featuring some of Ireland’s biggest and best vocalists and musicians. The RTÉ Concert Orchestra & the RTÉ Big Music Week Train House Band with some of Ireland’s best vocalists and musical contributions collected throughout the week.
22:00 RTÉ Radio 1 The God Slot Eileen Dunne meets experts in liturgical music for Roman Catholic, Anglican and Jewish faiths, who discuss the origins of music in their various traditions
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