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Over the last 15 years, the internet has changed the world of writers, filmmakers and musicians for both good and bad. Illegal downloading and file sharing have decimated music sales, while some authors are claiming that the internet is making writing as a career impossible. Meanwhile other artists are using the internet to connect with a bigger fan base and boost opportunities for work. Author John Boyne, musician Julie Feeney and Birch Hamilton, founder and director of the Digital Biscuit expo join us for a discussion.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-sean-o-rourke/programmes/2014/0312/601727-today-with-sean-o-rourke-wednesday-12-march-2014/?clipid=1506717
Track(1) Dear John and Track(2) If I Lose Your Tonight.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-pat-kenny/programmes/2013/0715/462541-today-with-pat-kenny-monday-15-july-2013/?clipid=1266618
Thank you for listening to Miriam meets.... and thanks to our guests who contributed so generously to the series. We are taking a break for a while but remember, you can listen back to any of our programmes on-line, accessed through the calendar on your right. And we are looking forward to meeting again.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/miriam-meets/programmes/2013/0317/376920-miriam-meets-sunday-17-march-2013/
Miriam O Callaghan interviews composer and singer Julie Feeney and her friend, the harpist Cormac de Barra. They recall their first meeting when they were both working with Moya Brennan. This lead to a more extensive collaboration between the two of them as Julie wanted a musician and singer to tour with her. They describe the places that they have been, including this years Irish party at the Oscars. Cormac grew up in Dublin in a family steeped in traditional harp music and the Irish language. Julie grew up in rural East Galway where she learnt classical music. Both decided ...http://www.rte.ie/radio1/miriam-meets/programmes/2013/0317/376920-miriam-meets-sunday-17-march-2013/?clipid=1031805
On Monday's Programme: Jane Gardam's new book Last Friends reviewed, Rebecca Solnit on her new collection The Faraway Nearby, & the classic movie is Jurassic Park.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/arena/programmes/2012/1205/357063-arena-wednesday-5-december-2012/
Julie Feeney (accompanied by Joe Brent) perform 'Just a few Hours' and 'Galway Boy' live in studio with interview by Sean Rocks - www.juliefeeney.com.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/arena/programmes/2012/1205/357063-arena-wednesday-5-december-2012/?clipid=950697
‘Theatrical on the shell, intricate at the core- Ms Feeney’s songs don’t shout, they tease, ponder reminisce, philosophise and invent parables’ That is the wonderful critic of Julie Feeney by Jon Pareles, the chief pop music critic with the New York Times and after hearing some of the songs from Julie’s new album ‘Clocks’ I can concur whole heartedly. Julie has just returned from New York and is embarking on a nationwide tour with an unusual twist and she came into us this morning.http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-pat-kenny/programmes/2012/1119/354978-today-with-pat-kenny-monday-19-november-2012/?clipid=943132
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