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    Arena Tuesday 10 September 2013

    Arena Tuesday 10 September 2013

    On Tuesday's Programme A new book on silent moviestar Fatty Arbuckle and a look at this year's Booker Prize Shortlist. New Planet Cabaret - Cover Design Winner On 4th December Arena together with New Island Press launched the first on-air creative writing course entitled New Planet Cabaret. Writer and Creative Writing Teacher Dave Lordan co-ordinated the course. The contributors to New Planet Cabaret are: Patrick O'Flaherty, Emma Dunne, Kate Dempsey, Kieran Marsh, Rob Doyle, Michael Naughten-Shanks, Angela Finn, Declan Burke, Liam Cagney, Nuala Ní Chonchúir, Leona Lee Cully, Sarah Clancy, Elaine Feeney, Kerrie O'Brien, Sarah Griffin, Jennifer Matthews, Christodoulos Makris, Kit ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/arena/programmes/2013/0910/473441-arena-tuesday-10-september-2013/
    Arena Tuesday 23 July 2013

    Arena Tuesday 23 July 2013

    On Friday's Programme Reviews of albums from AlunaGeorge, Scouting for Girls and the latest 'Now' album & debut Author Julie Kibler. New Planet Cabaret - Cover Design Winner On 4th December Arena together with New Island Press launched the first on-air creative writing course entitled New Planet Cabaret. Writer and Creative Writing Teacher Dave Lordan co-ordinated the course. The contributors to New Planet Cabaret are: Patrick O'Flaherty, Emma Dunne, Kate Dempsey, Kieran Marsh, Rob Doyle, Michael Naughten-Shanks, Angela Finn, Declan Burke, Liam Cagney, Nuala Ní Chonchúir, Leona Lee Cully, Sarah Clancy, Elaine Feeney, Kerrie O'Brien, Sarah Griffin, Jennifer Matthews, Christodoulos ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/arena/programmes/2013/0723/464250-arena-tuesday-23-july-2013/
    Blighted Nation: Episode Four - Does Ireland Still Bear the Scars of the Famine?

    Blighted Nation: Episode Four - Does Ireland Still Bear the Scars of the Famine?

    The starvation officially lasted for seven years but are the effects of the famine still with us? Our population was decimated by the famine and even today, we are the only country in Europe and possibly, the world, with a smaller population than we had in 1840. If we never had the famine, if we remained largely Irish speaking and we didn’t have emigration, what kind of a country would we have now? This programme examines the after effects of the famine. Topics discussed include how our system of land ownership and use was changed after the famine. How it ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/blighted-nation/programmes/2013/0304/372047-episode-4/?clipid=1016001

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