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Published on August 13th, 2015 | by Stevie Lennox

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The great people of the Co-Present on Radiomade.ie have, in one year and nine months of broadcasting, had some of the finest Irish acts come in and record live sessions with the team’s wingman Gav Hennessy. So, in an immeasurable act of kindness, they’ve made available each one of the 168 tracks recorded from various live sessions, available on Clowdy.

As well as that, presenter Dwayne Woods has announced that this Friday’s show will be the final weekday show before a move to the more accessible 3-5pm slot on Saturday afternoon. To celebrate this, they’ve organised three days of awesome Irish music lined up. Tonight live from Berlin – d2, there will be live performances from Paddy Hanna, Naoise Roo and Graham Sweeney kicking off at 8pm.

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Following this, their last ever Friday in-studio show will have live music from Come On Live Long and music and chat from art-soul songstress Loah. The show is a special pre-recorded edition to highlight the unique Another Love Story 2015 and also features HomeBeat’s Emmet Condon.

Then, on Saturday from 3-5pm on Radiomade.ie, they kick off their first ever Saturday show with live music from the amazingly talented Oliver Cole – just off the back of a BBC ATL session – who will be discussing his top ten album, Year Of The Bird.  The Jimmy Cake are also back to choose some their favourite Irish tracks and hopefully play some radio edits from their forthcoming album Master. In a final piece of news, joining The Co-Present on radiomade.ie team as a permanent fixture will be Mr. Stephen White from The Last Mixed Tape, who will be giving a weekly run down of musical events happening around the country.

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