John Anderson

Not so much a record collection, more a record selection, offering a unique blend of classical, rock, swing, choral and popular music.

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Not so much a record collection, more a record selection, offering a unique blend of classical, rock, swing, choral and popular music.

John Anderson's unique blend of classical, rock, swing, choral and popular music.

John Anderson's unique blend of classical, rock, swing, choral and popular music.

On MW only, from 12.00pm - 2.00pm:

Sunday Sportsound: Adam Coates presents coverage of the All Ireland Minor Football semi-final as Tyrone face Meath.

Full match commentary from Ger Treacy and Adrian McGuckin.

On MW only, from 12.

03pm - 3.

45pm:

Sunday Sportsound: Jerome Quinn and the team are in Clones for the Ulster Football Championship Finals.

Owen McConnon and Brian Canavan describe the action in the senior game with analysis from Adrian McGuckin and Jimmy Smyth.

Coverage begins with full commentary by Ger Treacy of the Minor Football Final.

25pm - 5.

00pm:

Sunday Sportsound: Jerome Quinn presents coverage of the National Football League Finals including the Division Three Final between Fermanagh and Wexford followed by the Division One Final between Derry and Kerry.

Also featuring news from Munster's Heineken Cup semi-final with Saracens and World Championship snooker from Sheffield.

John's unique blend of classical, rock, swing, choral and popular music.

A stylish Easter Parade of great music with a unique blend of classical, pop, swing and choral.

55pm-3.

Heineken Cup Rugby: Adam Coates presents coverage of Ulster's Heineken Cup game with Gloucester at Kingsholm.

Jim Neilly is joined on commentary by Ryan Constable with analysis from Maurice Field.

On MW only, 12.

55pm-2.

45pm: Heineken Cup Rugby.

Nikki Gregg presents coverage of Ulster's Round 6 Heineken Cup match with Toulouse at the Stade Ernest Wallon.

Ulster have yet to win on French soil in Europe while Toulouse will be smarting after a 41-34 home defeat at the hands of Llanelli.

Commenary by Jim Neilly and Ryan Constable.