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General News / September 3, 2018

Dublin Digital Radio & Dublin Fringe are creating a “virtual festival venue”

General News / September 3, 2018

Dublin Digital Radio & Dublin Fringe are creating a “virtual festival venue”

From September 9-16 Dublin Digital Radio (ddr.) will link up with Dublin Fringe to become a “virtual venue” for the festival.

 

Since launching in 2016, our friends at ddr. have been working relentlessly to recruit some of the most discerning voices in Irish culture, making it “a home for all those with a passion for music, politics, people, community, stories and debate”.

It’s a platform where “Ireland’s left-of-centre talent finds a home for music, discussion, experimentation and radical ideas”.

They’re now linking up with Dublin Fringe Festival to be premiere three new works that seeks to push the idea of what online radio work can be.

‘But To Go Further’ is a piece by Sean Finnan and Jane Deasy that looks into the psychic change currently unleashed by the forces of unhindered capital and constant communication on the teenage mind”.

Sunday September 9, 19:00

Wednesday September 12, 18:00

Sunday September 16, 19:00

‘The Living Stream’ is “a gripping radio nature documentary from Kerry Guinan, Rory Caraher and Paul O’Connor that takes you on a journey through the natural world of the complex, invisible, living, breathing ecosystem of the internet”.

Sunday September 9, 20:00

Wednesday September 12, 17:00

Sunday September 16, 18:00

‘Enter the Stranger’ is a four-part radio documentary that “demands you to focus on the increasingly alarming situation that people are facing on the EU borders” by Rob Moloney and Cáit Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh.

Monday 17-20, one episode at 16:00 daily