South Wind Blows
Spectrum - 23 August 2008 Part 2
Festival of World Cultures special - part 2.
Spectrum - 21 August 2008
Professor Aine Hyland and Mary Ryan on the segregation comments.
Spectrum - 21 August 2008 Part 4
Spectrum - 21 August 2008 Part 2
Vesu Sound live from Galway.
Spectrum - 21 August 2008 Part 5
Jennylynd James from Trinidad&Tobago shares a recipe with us.
Spectrum - 14 August 2008 Part 3
Leaving cert results - we speak to three students from India.
Spectrum - 14 August 2008 Part 1
Stories of the week.
Spectrum - 7 August 2008
Igor and Bubu update + Sharia Law banking
Spectrum - 7 August 2008 Part 3
Zbyszek speaks to Mira Aroyo from Ladytron.
Spectrum - 7 August 2008 Part 2
Marek Lenarcik's trip of a lifetime.
Spectrum - 22 March 2008 Part 2
Immigrant film production company and Basque musician - Eric Noon.
Spectrum - 24 July 2008 Part 1
Zbyszek speaks to Christian Wagner - German film director.
Spectrum - 24 July 2008 Part 3
"Polish Wildlife" exhibition in Dublin - Viktor Posudnyevsky reports.
Spectrum - 17 July 2008
Galway special - live music from Cafe Minor and much more.
Spectrum - 7 June 2008
Unusual travel guides and "Trouble Sleeping" - a film about refugees.
Spectrum - 28 June 2008
Stories from the media that affect the migrant communities in Ireland.
Spectrum - 14 June 2008
Bloomsday; non-EU spouses and Polish girl who loves Guns'N'Roses.
Spectrum Podcast - 15 March 2008
A look at the multi-cultural aspects of the St. Patrick's Day Parade
Spectrum - 2 February 2008
On Spectrum this week we talk to Polish musical genius, Peter Karpenia, who has been knocked out of You're A Star. We want to start a campaign to reinstate him!
Spectrum - 26 January 2008
Including oscar nominations and a Palestinian man who wrote a letter to his family back home in Bethlehem.
Spectrum - 13th October 2007
Socially provocative or just pornography - Spectrum looks at the work of Lars Von Trier whose film The Idiots has been adapted for stage. And the Lithuanian Prime Minister tells us how he wants to follow in the footsteps of Ireland's success. Plus Viktor Posudnevsky's report on the working migrants who rely on student visas.
Spectrum - 20 October 2007
It's election time in Poland. Spectrum also discusses new challenges of the trade union movement in Ireland . And we go along to the 'Paintings from Poland' exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Spectrum Podcast - 6 October 2007
The Polish opposition party in Dublin. Protecting migrant workers who pay for jobs in Ireland. Malcolm Sen's transition from Indian to Irish-Ireland. And the highlights of the Polish film festival.
Spectrum 29th September 2007
Bisi Adigun on The Playboy of the Western World. Viktor Posudnyevsky at Yom Kippur in Dublin. And the highlights of the Lithuanian Days Festival.
Spectrum 22nd September 2007
The friends and family remember the young Pakistani man, who died of sudden death syndrome in Athlone. Also meet a Kurdish man, who made a new start in Ireland.
Spectrum 8th September 2007
Zbyszek Zalinski reviews the work of Ousmane Sembene and one Latvian man talks about how he almost became an illegal immigrant.
Spectrum 1st September 2007
What is a model minority? Bones, a South African play reviewed, and a European Folk Music festival in Cork..
Spectrum 12th August 2007
How friendly are the Irish? A multicultural panel discuss whether the 'Irish welcome' is a myth or reality.
Spectrum - 15th July 2007
Spectrum meets pupils from over 30 different countries at Swords Educate Together National School, on Dublin's Northside.
Spectrum - 8th July 2007
A special on the abolition of the slave trade and the renaissance of cricket in Ireland.
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