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.