Rogha Bhríde
Rogha Bhríde Friday 20:00
Bríd Ní Mhaoileoin "Rogha Bhríde" (Bríd's choice) - The mixed-bag-of-hair-raising-music radio show/Ceol a thógfadh an ghruaig de'd cheann!” - Ag rith amach an doras di, beireann Bríd ar charn dlúthdhioscaí, & caitheann sí isteach sa mhála iad. Isteach i stiúideó Flirt FM léi, isteach sa mhála, amach leis na cds & toisaíonn an seó. Ceol traidisiúnta, ceol domhanda, agus traic nó dhó nach iad. Every week, Bríd grabs a bunch of cds, throws them into the bag, heads down to Flirt, digs in, & sees what happens. If she meets any interesting musicians on the way, she'll throw them into the bag too!

Rogha Bhríde


Friday _ 20:00

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Tracklist _ 2017-11-17

20:00   Lá Lugh - Brighid's Kiss   [On my first ever live radio show in 2015, Lillis Ó Laoire suggested that I use this song as the theme music for my radio show. Go raibh maith agat a Lillis.]
20:04   John Spillane - Back to the Well for Water   [To Mo listening in Bray, Co. Dublin, Ireland]
20:07   Krakow Gregorian Choir - საბოდიშო და ცხენოსნური   [[From Eileen listening in the UK]]
20:11   Wallis Bird - To my bones   [From Mo in Bray to the world. It's a difficult song to listen to if you're feeling crap. But nothing is permanent. Maybe cement is. But your heart is not made of cement. "Trust and believe". Dare to!]
20:16   Donna Summer - I feel love   [(personally thinking about Jimmy Summerville/Marc Almond here. Bríd]
20:19   Henry Hippo - The Lion Sleeps Tonight   [From Maria and Sophia listening in Portobello, Edinburgh]
20:22   Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes   [From Derrie, listening in Stepaside, Co. Wicklow]
20:27   Gadjo Dilo - Disparaître   [From Oscar listening in Catalonia]
20:35   Patti Smith - Gloria   [From Janis, listening in the UK]
20:42   Helen Sjöholm & Stefan Nilsson - Gabriellas sång   [From Pascale listening in Belgium]
20:47   The Sultans of Ping FC - Where's me jumper   [From Emer listening in Dublin]
20:50   The Feel Good Tanyas - Littlest Birds   [From Bronwen listening in the south of Scotland]