Touch Of Tartan, A [Radio Ulster]



Tommy Millar introduces Cullybackey Pipe Band with Pipe Major Robert Cupples.

On MW only, from 2.



Sunday Sportsound: Austin O'Callaghan presents coverage of the AIB All Ireland Club Championships in hurling and football, including Dunloy v Birr at Clones and Crossmaglen v Saint Vincents at Navan.

There's also coverage of Blackburn v Bolton in the Premiership while it's Rangers v Gretna and Celtic v St Mirren in the SPL.

Elsewhere, Belfast's Odyssey Arena hosts the Tennis Legends tournament final.

Tommy Millar introduces Pipe Major Noel Mullan and the members of the Ballinderry Bridge Pipe Band from Coagh.


Sunday Sportsound: Austin O'Callaghan reports on the progress of the five Ulster counties involved in this afternoon's NFL and NHL action including Westmeath v Armagh, Mayo v Donegal, Down v Louth and Fermanagh v Limerick.

In the NHL Antrim host Wexford.

Also coverage of the start of cricket's under 19 World Cup in Kuala Lumpar and news from the cross channel football matches in England and Scotland.

Tommy Millar returns with the pick of local pipe bands, featuring Pipe Major Alfie Rea and the Ballycoan Pipe Band from County Down.

Sunday Sportsound: Austin O'Callaghan reports on the afternoon's main gaelic games action.

In the National Hurling League Antrim visit Dublin, while Down face Carlow and Derry are at Meath.

There's also a look back at the MacRory Cup quarter finals and coverage of Belfast Giants v Sheffield Steelers.

Sunday Sportsound: Austin O'Callaghan presents live commentary from Armagh v Cavan.

Also featuring match reports and reaction from the day's other big games.

Tommy Millar introduces Northern Ireland's internationally renowned champions, Pipe Major Richard Parkes and the Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band.

Tommy Millar in the company of Pipe Major Terry Tully and the St Laurence O'Toole Pipe Band from Dublin.

Tommy Millar recalls the 13th William Kennedy Piping Festival in Armagh and hears from some key players.

Tommy Millar introduces Pipe Major Nigel Davison and Bleary Pipe Band.

From Grade Two, Tommy Millar introduces Pipe Major Samuel Connolly and the Ravara Pipe Band Pipe from County Down.

Plus Major Philip Boyce and the Killeen Pipe Band from Armagh.