Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

RTÉ - Flux

RTÉ:Ireland

0
Followers
0
Plays
RTÉ - Flux

RTÉ - Flux

RTÉ:Ireland

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Stories, sounds and music that catch the ear of Ronan Kelly and Paddy O'Gorman.

Latest Episodes

"Dee"

The remarkable story of an Irishwoman who lived on the streets in America.

27 MIN2007 JUL 16
Comments
"Dee"

Flux Podcast: Frank Buckley

Former Jesuit priest, former hotelier, currently an art lover and raconteur. The remarkable life of Frank Buckley

28 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Frank Buckley

Flux Podcast: Wedding Bus

Chris Duffy tries to get his 1959 wedding bus from Manchester to Spiddal

26 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Wedding Bus

Flux Podcast: Steve Menarry

The man with 4 jobs: Steve Menarry

28 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Steve Menarry

Flux Podcast: The Finer Points of 'W'

A wander through a welter of 'W's': weirs, writing, washing and watching grass grow.

26 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: The Finer Points of 'W'

Flux Podcast : 29 January 2007

"We've got your picture; now what's your name?" (Broadcast 29th January 2007.) The programme tells the story of the aftermath of the deaths in Firhouse, Dublin of three members of the Keegan family. In February 2006, during a bout of psychiatric illness, Mary Keegan killed herself and her two young sons, Glen and Andrew. Local and national media arrived to tell the story and were met with cooperation and resentment from the community. The local people needed the journalists' products and yet hated them being there. Producer, Ronan Kelly, lives in the area and saw the media coverage from both sides. (The title refers to a comment made to the local parish priest by an unidentified press photographer after he had said prayers at the Keegan home the day the three bodies were discovered.)

29 MIN2007 MAY 23
Comments
Flux Podcast : 29 January 2007

Flux Podcast : 25 April 2007

Paddy O'Gorman meets passengers in a Cork bus station

26 MIN2007 APR 25
Comments
Flux Podcast : 25 April 2007

Flux Podcast : 03 April 2007

Ned Hammell and Tom McDonough made an unusual trip across the Atlantic when they were children. They emigrated from America to Ireland with their families.

29 MIN2007 APR 4
Comments
Flux Podcast : 03 April 2007

Flux Podcast : 07 March 2007 (Charlestown, Co. Mayo)

Ronan Kelly visits Charlestown and gets a sense of the town 40 years after John Healy wrote about it in: "No One Shouted Stop: Death of an Irish Town".

29 MIN2007 MAR 7
Comments
Flux Podcast : 07 March 2007 (Charlestown, Co. Mayo)

Flux - 08 January 2007

Ronan Kelly with the Dee's story

27 MIN2007 MAR 3
Comments
Flux - 08 January 2007

Latest Episodes

"Dee"

The remarkable story of an Irishwoman who lived on the streets in America.

27 MIN2007 JUL 16
Comments
"Dee"

Flux Podcast: Frank Buckley

Former Jesuit priest, former hotelier, currently an art lover and raconteur. The remarkable life of Frank Buckley

28 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Frank Buckley

Flux Podcast: Wedding Bus

Chris Duffy tries to get his 1959 wedding bus from Manchester to Spiddal

26 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Wedding Bus

Flux Podcast: Steve Menarry

The man with 4 jobs: Steve Menarry

28 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: Steve Menarry

Flux Podcast: The Finer Points of 'W'

A wander through a welter of 'W's': weirs, writing, washing and watching grass grow.

26 MIN2007 JUL 10
Comments
Flux Podcast: The Finer Points of 'W'

Flux Podcast : 29 January 2007

"We've got your picture; now what's your name?" (Broadcast 29th January 2007.) The programme tells the story of the aftermath of the deaths in Firhouse, Dublin of three members of the Keegan family. In February 2006, during a bout of psychiatric illness, Mary Keegan killed herself and her two young sons, Glen and Andrew. Local and national media arrived to tell the story and were met with cooperation and resentment from the community. The local people needed the journalists' products and yet hated them being there. Producer, Ronan Kelly, lives in the area and saw the media coverage from both sides. (The title refers to a comment made to the local parish priest by an unidentified press photographer after he had said prayers at the Keegan home the day the three bodies were discovered.)

29 MIN2007 MAY 23
Comments
Flux Podcast : 29 January 2007

Flux Podcast : 25 April 2007

Paddy O'Gorman meets passengers in a Cork bus station

26 MIN2007 APR 25
Comments
Flux Podcast : 25 April 2007

Flux Podcast : 03 April 2007

Ned Hammell and Tom McDonough made an unusual trip across the Atlantic when they were children. They emigrated from America to Ireland with their families.

29 MIN2007 APR 4
Comments
Flux Podcast : 03 April 2007

Flux Podcast : 07 March 2007 (Charlestown, Co. Mayo)

Ronan Kelly visits Charlestown and gets a sense of the town 40 years after John Healy wrote about it in: "No One Shouted Stop: Death of an Irish Town".

29 MIN2007 MAR 7
Comments
Flux Podcast : 07 March 2007 (Charlestown, Co. Mayo)

Flux - 08 January 2007

Ronan Kelly with the Dee's story

27 MIN2007 MAR 3
Comments
Flux - 08 January 2007
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.