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Everything maritime on Seascapes!

22nd October 2009
Everything maritime on Seascapes!

For the first time, the Chairman of the Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) talks to Tom MacSweeney about safety at sea – a matter close to all our hearts. And, as usual, Tom and his crew on Seascapes (Friday, 23rd October 2009, 10.30pm, RTE Radio 1) have plenty of interesting topics to discuss, so tune in.

Also on Seascapes this Friday night, at 10.30pm and on Monday mornings at 5am:

•    A Kerry community and a German submarine in wartime

•    The 'ghostly' sea on the Irish coast

•    Latest lifeboat news from the RNLI

•    Pike threat to the Corrib

•    Review of the latest marine news and views – Cork is third in the Clipper Race, the diver’s helmet needed in Galway and other stories.

Don't forget the Seascapes book, which was published by Mercier Press to mark 1,000 editions of the programme.

Seascapes, presented by RTE's Marine Correspondent Tom MacSweeney and produced by Marcus Connaughton, is broadcast at 10.30pm each Friday night and repeated at 5am on Monday mornings on RTE Radio 1. The programme is also available as a podcast and is broadcast twice a week on the digital station, RTE Choice, on Wednesday mornings at 7.30am and Saturday lunchtimes at 12.30pm.

24-hour recording line 1850 715 170, Email: [email protected]   Maritime Desk 021 480 5828 

 

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