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Gal­way singer and mu­si­cian Ruth Smith ( right) presents Sim­ply Folk ( RTÉ Ra­dio 1, 10pm), which plays a wide range of mu­sic from our own vi­brant folk scene, as well as tunes from around the world.


Eoin McDe­vitt, Ken Early and Ciaran Mur­phy are back for a new run of Sec­ond Cap­tains ( RTÉ Ra­dio 1, 10am). Each week they promise to de­light lis­ten­ers with a va­ri­ety of light- hearted and lively re­ports from the sport­ing world.


Tonight’s Late Date ( RTÉ Ra­dio 1, 11pm), pre­sented by Cathal Mur­ray features Ad­vice and Sand­wiches by Pat O’Con­nor in The Book on One at 11.20pm. Ni­amh McCann is the reader.


Dave Fan­ning’s Story of Irish Rock ( RTÉ Ra­dio 1, 10.30pm) con­tin­ues to of­fer the DJ’s per­sonal in­sights into the na­tion’s mu­sic scene from the 1960s to the present day.


Eibh­lín de Bhailís has been delv­ing deep into the ar­chives once again, and this time she has come up with a va­ri­ety of en­ter­tain­ing clips on the sub­ject of mar­riage. Seoda Cart­lainne ( RTÉ RnaG, 3.30pm).


In Cart­lann na gCon­al­lach ( RTÉ RnaG, 3.30pm), Damien Ó Dónaill plays a 2009 in­ter­view with ex- county coun­cil­lor Pádraig Ó Dochar­taigh and a re­port about a school clo­sure from 1980.


He­len Ní Shé presents the lat­est edi­tion of An Saol ó Dheas ( RTÉ RnaG, 12.08pm) live from An Díseart, In­sti­tute of Irish Spir­i­tu­al­ity and Cul­ture, in Din­gle.

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