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Andrea Brewster and Saskia Tidey are Rio bound in the 49erFX Skiff
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes .......this week we hear more from the recent Dive Ireland Conference in Athlone with Richard Thorne and Rory Golden; we have music from John Beag O Flatharta from…
HE British Ambassador to Ireland Dominick Chilcott (left) and Marcus Connaughton , Presenter/producer of Seascapes. Scroll down for this week's podcast
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"Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes .....this week we hear from Noel McDonagh of Lost At Sea Tragedies – L.A.S.T who we met at the recent Skipper Expo in Galway – we have copies…
An elegantly varnished hull with effortlessly powerful performance…. Moonduster off Cork in May 1981.
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes .....this week we hear about efforts afoot to assist in the restoration of “Moonduster”; we have the results of our recent competition for copies of Carsten Kriegers ‘…
Professor Tony Lewis with RTE's Marcus Connaughton. Scroll down for this week's Seascapes podcast
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme ... this weekend on Saturday and Sunday - Dive Ireland 2016 the Annual conference hosted by the Irish Underwater Council and Athlone Sub Aqua takes place in the Hodson…
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Hello and welcome aboard this weeks edition of your maritime programme, we have music from Molgoggers, we preview the Lewis Symposium presented by MaREI – Ocean Energy; Theory, Practice and Integration hosted by the Environmental Research Institute Beaufort Building, University…
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Hello and welcome aboard this week’s edition of your maritime programme Seascapes...this week we talk to Olympic sailor Annalise Murphy about her preparations for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and the condition of the waters on the Olympic…
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" You're very welcome aboard SEASCAPES the maritime programme on RTE Radio 1 with Marcus Connaughton .......This podcast is available to you courtesy of RTE Radio 1 and Afloat.ie." This week we feature the Irish Sailing Association Annual Awards in…
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#seascapes – Tonight's re-broadcast on RTE Radio 1 at 10.30pm of W M Nixon's maritime-themed Thomas Davis Lecture of 2002 is the final in the series of special repeats which have been transmitted to mark the 25th anniversary of the…
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#NavyInterview – Commodore Mark Mellett, Flag Officer Commanding of the Naval Service will give an interview to be broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1's 'Seascapes' this Friday 20 September (22.30hrs). Seascapes the maritime programme presented by Marcus Connaughton, is to focus…
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RTE's marine programme Seascapes will broadcast live from Kinsale Yacht Club this Friday night. The show will start at 10.30pm and will feature guests including KYC Commodore Alice Kingston and Hanna Jenner, the skipper of Cork's entry in the Clipper…
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On this week’s edition of RTE Radio one's Seascapes, presenter Marcus Connaughton interivews Ned Dennison on Long Distance Open Water Swimming. He also speaks with Muriel Bolger aboard the Clebrity Equinox about Luxury Cruises. There's also a preview with Padraig…
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Tune in tomorrow night to Seascapes (Friday December 18th, 2009, 10.30pm, RTE Radio 1), to find out about the first Irish electric ship, Christmas on the Cape, sailing lessons and handling boats – and lots more maritime news. See over…
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The shut down of the government's National Sail Training Programme is headlining on Seascapes (Friday December 11th, 2009, 10.30pm, RTE Radio 1), despite its commitment to replace Asgard. Tom and his team have several other reports to broadcast – details…
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There are at least two trips down memory lane tomorrow night on Seascapes (Friday November 27th, 2009, 10.30pm, RTE Radio 1), as one Irish seaman recalls his incarceration in a German concentration camp, and a Dublin inner city parish remembers…
Ireland's Traditions, Building Crafts and Skills
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AFLOAT.IE  As we attempt to look into Ireland's future, sometimes the past can become even more important. This week on Seascapes, Tom MacSweeney and his crew discuss how – and if – Ireland's traditional boats could be saved; and the…
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Now that the mackerel talks have broken down, what happens next? The fisheries industry is vitally important to Ireland's economy, particularly now that the recession is biting. Tom MacSweeney investigates this Friday, November 6th, at 10.30pm on his Seascapes radio…

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