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The Flaws


The Flaws debut album 'Achieving Vagueness' entered the Irish Charts at No. 18 and sat proudly in the top 30 for 3 weeks. The album has received amazing reviews in the Irish press garnering a 4 out of 5 in both ‘the ticket’ and ‘day and night’. John Meagher claiming ‘the flaws have delivered the best irish album of the year’








Foy Vance

Foy has come from humble beginnings as a resident musician in Belfast's Rotterdam Bar to being lauded in New York, writing and performing the theme for Grey's Anatomy and being signed by the former managers of Joss Stone. He is a one man soul sensation and one of Northern Ireland's proudest exports.






Guest - Foy Vance

Foy Vance will also be our guest this week, your chance to hear how it all started out to his latest adventures.




Are young people as debauched and drugged-up as television programmes such as Seacht and Skins would have us believe? Or do television producers just imagine young people are having a lot more fun than they actually have? This week we test out our theory that in fact, modern teenagers are too busy with exams, friends and part time jobs to sustain heavy drugs use. We follow a group of three friends as they spend a typical Friday evening together after school, having a drink and a laugh, they prove the point that young people are actually a lot more responsible than we give them credit for!


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