Céilí House ( RTÉ Radio 1, 9pm) offers listeners a chance to hear Blazin’ Fiddles’ set at this year’s TradFest, which took place at Dublin Castle in January.
In Sound Out with Ian McGlynn ( RTÉ Lyric FM, 9pm), the presenter profiles 14th century composer Guillaume de Machaut, paying particular attention to his obsession with the medieval figure of Fortuna. There’s also a chance to hear acclaimed performances of some of de Machaut’s key works.
In the latest edition of Colm O’Regan Wants a Word ( RTÉ Radio 1, 1.30pm), the awardwinning comedian and author turns his razor- sharp attention to travel and holidays.
Take another trawl through the musical landscape, from past to present, courtesy of The Blue of the Night with Bernard Clarke ( RTÉ Lyric FM, 9pm).
Máirtín Tom Sheáinín ( above) hosts Ar an mBóthar ( RTÉ RnaG, 4.10pm), a new series that sees him travel the length and breadth of the country, meeting ordinary folk who regale him with stories relating to their life.
All aboard the Mystery Train with John Kelly ( RTÉ Lyric FM, 7.02pm) for another two hour journey through vintage sounds and modern musical recordings.
The Full Score with Liz Nolan ( RTÉ Lyric FM, 1pm) includes the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra’s performances of works by Adams and Stravinsky.