Ralph Mclean

Episodes

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20130328 (RU)

Ralph Mclean presents the best current releases, reissues, legendary voices and classics.

Thursday nights feature classic albums including concept albums of the sixties, disco and Motown classics from the seventies, stadium rock gods from the 80s and indie giants from the nineties.

With News at 9.00pm.

Ralph Mclean presents current releases, reissues, great artists and albums.

Wednesday nights feature a legendary voice, with information about the artist.

Including News at 9.00pm.

Ralph Mclean with current releases, reissues, legendary voices and classic albums.

Tuesday nights feature the best in R'n'B, soul and gospel, blues and funk.

Ralph Mclean presents the best in current releases, reissues, legendary voices and classic albums.

On MW only, from 8.00pm - 10.15pm:

Setanta Cup Football: Adam Coates introduces coverage of the night's Setanta Cup games.

The featured match is Derry City v Glentoran, with reports from Windsor Park on Linfield v St Patrick's Athletic.

Including News at 9.

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With News at 9.

Thursday nights feature classic albums from the last five decades.

Ralph Mclean presents two hours of music, competitions and good conversation.

With News at 4.

Ralph talks to Masterchef's John Gregg about his new seasonal cookbook and how Northern Irish contestants are doing in this series of Masterchef.

Ralph talks to Big Brother Psychologist Honey Langcaster-James about how we should avoid living life at a frantic pace.

Ralph Mclean presents music for the New Year, with the best in R&B, soul and gospel, blues and funk.

Ralph Mclean presents a festive choice of seasonal soul.

Featured performers include James Brown, Otis Redding and the Staples Singers.

Tuesday nights feature the best in R&B, soul and gospel, blues and funk.

Wednesday nights feature a legendary voice, with context and information about the artist.

Self-confessed Elvis buff Ralph Mclean presents a night of great King performances, cover versions and more.

Ralph Mclean keeps Radio Ulster listeners up to speed with the best in current releases, re-issues, legendary voices and classic albums.

Thursday nights feature classic albums ranging from the concept albums of the sixties, Disco and Motown classics from the seventies, stadium Rock gods from the 80s and Indie giants from the nineties.