The Book On One

The Book On One

Monday to Friday, 11.20pm

1st to 26th April

The Book on One is a celebration of writing from all over the world, with five 15-minute excerpts from a single book broadcast each week.

CURRENT SERIES 

…This week's Book on One is a selection of short stories from the Hennessy Book of Irish Fiction edited by Dermot Bolger and Ciaran Carty –  from the Hennessy Award Winners of the period 2005 to 2015;

Monday: Advice and Sandwiches by Pat O’Connor read by Niamh McCann

Tuesday: Drowntown by Colm Keegan read by the author

Wednesday: Sepia by Monica Corish read by Niamh McCann

Thursday: Promise by John O’Donnell read by Author

Friday: Circus Music by Elizabeth Brennan read by Author

HOW TO LISTEN BACK TO THE BOOK ON ONE

You can listen back to the last four weeks of The Book on One here:  Listen 

['Listen' will open the most recent episode in the RTÉ Radio Player.  If you would like to hear an earlier episode, please click on 'Listen back further' - in the middle of the Player screen - which will open a calendar.]

'Strumpet City' by James Plunkett

To tie in with the ‘Dublin: One City, One Book’ initiative, for four weeks in April James Plunkett’s epic novel is The Book on One.

‘Strumpet City’ – which tells the story of the mass lockout of trade unionists by employers in Dublin in 1913 – features a wonderfully memorable cast of characters, not least of which is the city itself.

The reader is Barry McGovern.

A new edition of ‘Strumpet City’, which was first published in 1969, has just been issued by Gill & Macmillan.

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Also currently available for playback:

3 to 28 September 2012: 'Hard Times' by Charles Dickens, read by Conor Farrington.
Click on 3 September in the Programme Archive.

11 to 15 February 2013: 'Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen, read by Karen Ardiff.
Click on 11 February in the Programme Archive.

 

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