The Sound Machine – Programme 1

The Sound Machine are back with a current affairs show based on the activities of the South-east area council meetings. On this show the team discussed topics like the flooding problem in Dublin's south side with our guest, Councillor Oisin Quinn. The team also wanted… Read more »

The Barracks Current Affairs – Programme 1

The latest edition of The Barracks current affairs series highlights issues arising from Dublin city council meetings and features Mannix Flynn and Dermot Lacey discussing the fate of the laundry chimney in Donnybrook. Should the chimney be preserved, and if so, should it form part of… Read more »

The Best of Talking Balls

Talking Balls went live on the air across Dublin and around the world on Saturday the 28th of January, 2012. Following a successful stint on 97.3 Griff FM, the team came together to make a website which would enable them to show off their writing skills,… Read more »

The Munich Air Disaster

Cathal Breathnach looks back on one of the most tragic sporting accidents in history, the Munich Air Disaster of 1958, that took the lives of many of the youngest side ever to win the Football League. This documentary examines that fateful day of February… Read more »


Molly Sanderson, looks at the Griffiti movement in Ireland, what motivates the people who paint on street walls and is it street art, rather than vandalism. Griffiti and street art is growing in popularity in Ireland, so should more areas and walls be dedicated to… Read more »


Maire Bailbe examines the culture of busking on the streets of Dublin, and speaks with buskers, musicians, record store staff and members of the public about the history and art associated with busking in Ireland. [wpaudio url="" text="Listen to 'Busking'"]  … Read more »

Declaration of Love to Vinyl

Pauline Celle examines our passionate relationship with vinyl records, from the history of vinyl, to its cultural impact, decline and reinvigoration. Pauline speaks with DJ’s, record store workers and members of the public about the relationship with vinyl. [wpaudio url="" text="Listen to Declaration… Read more »

The Long Room

Marie Sakellariou takes us on a visit to Trinity College Dublin's famous library This piece, with a sense of awe and fascination, explores the history, design, contents and upkeep of Trinity College’s old library, built in 1592, The Long Room. [wpaudio url="" text="Listen to The Long Room"]… Read more »

Forever Green

Martina Petersen presents the story of Sean Maxwell The radio documentary is the story of Sean Maxwell: “with the pen as his sword, a true unsung hero who fought for Ireland's interminable search for identity as a whole nation.” [wpaudio url="" text="Listen to Forever Green"]… Read more »

Dangers of the Internet

Elliot Katane takes a look at the darker side of online media The internet is not only a place where you can look for any information you'd like, it is also a dangerous place which is not really that different from the real world. This documentary explains some of the major threats you can encounter online. [wpaudio url="" text="Listen… Read more »

Griffith Digital News

Two Griffith nominees in Magazine Ireland awards

  What are the chances of two Griffith alumni to be nominated as finalists in the 2016 Magazine Ireland awards? It is an even greater coincidence that the two graduates of the BA in Journalism and Media Communications… Read more »

Griffith Media News

Your photo view of Dublin could win €700

CoinaPhoto, a unique social media platform to share locally relevant social stock photography, is delighted to be partnering with Griffith College to launch a photography competition exclusive to Griffith College students. It is an exciting collaboration given… Read more »