IRISH CULTURE RESOURCES
Irish Music, shows and Music Education broadcast from Ireland and local stations.
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The Thistle & Shamrock: Host Fiona Ritchie explores Celtic roots music on her weekly radio program
TG4 is the National Irish Language Public Service Broadcaster. The TG4 Player is a Global Hub of Irish language and Cultural Content, freely available for audiences worldwide. Music, Sport, Documentaries, Kids.
Scrúdú Ceol Tíre
The Adrian Flannelly Show. Archives also available. First broadcast in May 1969, this program has enjoyed phenomenal growth and popularity as Irish America’s first talk radio show. The show is firmly established as a favorite with Irish Americans.
A Celtic Sojourn: Each week on 89.7 Boston Public Radio, host Brian O’Donovan explores traditional and contemporary music from around the Celtic world, connecting emerging artists to their deep musical roots. Tune in live or listen any time.
Atlantic Weekly Part II Celtic music. Broadcast from University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
90.7 FM Bronx, NY – 8:00am–11:00am
A Thousand Welcomes Sundays
Traditional Celtic music
90.7 FM Bronx, NY – 12:00pm–4:00pm
Ceol na nGael
Music, news, and sports from Ireland
89.7 FM Ashville, NC – 3:00pm
From popular and emerging artists to classic recordings
WHFC Staff, 91.1 FM Bel Air, MD, Sundays, 4-6 p.m.
A growing selection of Irish country, folk and rock, archived from the personal collection of WHFC’s long-time member and friend, Ed McBride. Ed preserved and played Irish music for listeners for over 40 years, and Irish Stew continues that legacy.
Trip to the Cottage
Traditional Irish music and song