Sunday Miscellany Sunday 16 October 2016
Its new radio essays and occasional poetry followed by complementary music capture our times, passions and curiosities. The contributor led content is selected from open submission and commissioned writing presented by new voices and established names.
Reportage, appreciations, memory pieces, poetry, travel writing and personal accounts of events and happenings are the stuff of Sunday Miscellany. The programme is part of Sunday mornings since 1968. It is essential listening to thousands across Ireland and the world.
Details of the next Live event:
The next Sunday Miscellany Live will take place in the Civic Theatre in Tallaght as part of the Red Line Book Festival at 6pm on Sunday 16th October, 2016.
For tickets phone 01 4627477 (Civic Box Office) or you can book on line directly at: https://redlinebookfestival.ticketsolve.com/#/shows/873560652
Sunday Miscellany 16 October, 2016
This mornings selection from the Sunday Miscellany archive, we heard...
‘Myth’ a poem by Grace Wells
‘RBD French’ by Christopher Fitzsimons
‘The Arrival of Minalouche’ by Mary O’Malley
‘Benedict Kiely aka Patrick Lagan’ by Jack Harte
‘The Trimmings’ by John Mac Kenna
And ‘Leaving’ a poem by Grace Wells
The music in the programme was
3rd movement from ‘Humoreske-Bagateller’ by Carl Nielson played by Leif Ove Andsnes on piano.
‘Tahiti Trot’ from ‘The Golden Age’ by Shostakovich played by the Moscow Chamber Orchestra.
‘My Home- Bue Eyes’ by Seasick Steve.
‘Miss McDermott or Princess Royal and Susanna Kelly’ by Turlough O’Carolan played by John Feeley with RTÉ Contempo Quartet.
‘Meditation’ From Songs Without Words Op.67 No.1 by Mendelssohn played by Yolanda Kondonassis
5th movement from ‘Humoreske-Bagateller’ by Carl Nielson played by Leif Ove Andsnes on piano.
Sunday Miscellany was produced by Aoife Nic Cormaic and Eileen Heron and the broadcast co-ordinator is Geralyn Aspill
Podcast: Sunday Miscellany 16 October, 2016
This mornings selection from our archive, we heard 'Myth' a poem by Grace Wells, 'RBD French' by Christopher Fitzsimons, 'The Arrival of Minalouche' by Mary O'Malley, 'Benedict Kiely aka Patrick Lagan' by Jack Harte, 'The Trimmings' by John Mac Kenna and 'Leaving' a poem by Grace Wells.