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Change of helm – Taking over from Marcus (right) on the maritime programme on RTE Radio 1 commencing Friday 23rd June will be RTE Correspondent Fergal Keane
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes, tonight we hear about the commemoration of the United States Navy in Cobh one hundred years ago we’ll be talking to Commander Taussig’s great grand daughter Elizabeth Helmer,…
French Destroyer 'Maillé Brézé' afire and sinking at Greenock, Scotland, on 30 April 1940, after the accidental launching of one of her torpedoes
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes this week writer and broadcaster Hugh Oram on the Free French in Greenock in Scotland and hear from an eye witness to events seventy seven years ago author…
Taking the helm from Marcus (right) on the maritime programme on RTE Radio 1 commencing Friday 23rd June will be RTE Correspondent Fergal Keane
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Marcus Connaughton is set to retire from RTE and present his final edition of the maritime programme Seascapes on RTE Radio 1 on Bloomsday - Friday 16th June on the eve of his 65th birthday.Marcus is a veteran of the…
Marcus Connaughton, Presenter of Seascapes
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes, later this evening we’ll hear from Fergal Keane who attended the recent Angling Show at the National Show Centre in North County Dublin;  we’ll hear from writer and…
Bray Harbour silt–up problems in County Wicklow
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of Seascapes your maritime programme, tonight our thoughts are with the family and friends of the missing crew members from the Irish Coastguard Sikorsky S -92 Rescue Helicopter 116 lost off the West…
The 'Trainee of the Year' went to Ross Moore, a trainee on board the Erasmus+ youth exchange Morgenster Voyage had countless votes of support from trainees, crew and mentors on board for this award, he was very open and inclusive of everyone on board- he really used this experience to learn about himself and about others
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme – Seascapes, writer and broadcaster Norman Freeman on playwright Eugene O’Neill; we congratulate Emeritus Professor Tony Lewis who is honoured by the French with the Chevalier des Palmes Académiques;…
Sailors of the year collect their awards at the RDS
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“Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of Seascapes your maritime programme, this week a full report from last weekend’s Afloat.ie Volvo – Irish Sailing Association Annual Awards at the Royal Dublin Society Concert Hall in Ballsbridge, we’ll bring you…
Marcus Connaughton interviews Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces – Vice Admiral Mark Mellett for the Afloat/Seascapes podcast
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Hello there and welcome aboard this week’s edition of Seascapes the maritime programme, this week we hear about the future plans of Meitheal Mara; we have music from Gordon Lightfoot and the epic tale of “The Wreck of the Edmund…
The River Dodder In Flood
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Hello there and welcome aboard this weeks edition of Seascapes the maritime programme, this week writer and broadcaster Hugh Oram on the River Dodder and we have a copy of “The Rivers Dodder and Poddle – Mills, Storms, Droughts and…
'Starboard Home' artists take a bow at the National Concert Hall
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes, we feature part one of Starboard Home a commission by Dublin Port Company drawing inspiration from the River Liffey and the port which was held in The National…
Seascapes met up with Michael to discover more about the Ha’penny bridge across the River Liffey in Dublin
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of Seascapes your maritime programme, this week we’re featuring The Ha’penny Bridge” by Michael English published by Dublin City Council and Four Courts Press to coincide with the bi–centenary of the iconic structure…
Marcus Connaughton, Presenter of Seascapes
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’ s edition of your maritime programme, the one thousand four hundredth edition of Seascapes ...this week we talk to Dr Deirdre Ni Conghaile of NUI Galway one of the speakers at last weekend’s  Conference…
Shannon sailor Reggie Goodbody at the helm of his boat Arabella on Lough Derg
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes – this week we preview Reggie Goodbody’s appearance on “Nationwide “ on RTE One Television next Friday by visiting the Seascapes archive and hearing about his life on…
The Schooner Result after completion in Carrickfergus in 1893. Scroll down for podcast
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Hello and welcome aboard your maritime programme Seascapes this week we have more from that recent Maritime Heritage Conference in Belfast with Christopher Kenny on “The Result” built in Carrickfergus , a Merchant Schooner , she had clipper bows and…
Unsung hero Tom Crean
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes – prolific writer and broadcaster Hugh Oram brings us the story of Jacobs Biscuits from their earliest days in Waterford port in 1853 ; we talk to Lye…
The Cork Sail Training Bursary Scheme awards in Cork
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of Seascapes, your maritime programme, this week we remember diver, seafarer and trade unionist Des Brannigan ; we hear from Ron Coveney at the naming ceremony of a new Atlantic 85 lifeboat to…

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