Sunday Miscellany

Sunday Miscellany

Sunday, 9.10 - 10am

Sunday Miscellany 22 October 2017

Sunday Miscellany

The programme's new radio essays and occasional poems, interspersed with complementary music, capture our times, passions and curiosities.  The content is selected mostly from open submission, with some commissions. Submissions are welcome from new and established writers alike.

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 many thousands across Ireland and more around the world.

...Announcing the first of our Sunday Miscellany Live series in the new year... We're delighted to be taking part in the Ennis Book Club Festival for the first time on the morning of Sunday 4 March, when we'll record a full programme with a mix of writers from the festival and the locality, and a wide range of music. Join us! Tickets for the event at Glór are now on sale here.  

Sunday Miscellany 22 October 2017

A special recording of Sunday Miscellany recorded on 15th October, 2017 at the Civic Theatre in Tallaght as part of the Red Line Book Festival.

The readings were:

The Night Poetry Came To The Suburbs, by Dermot Bolger;

The Stolen Tulip, by Eileen Battersby;

Are Ye Dancing? a poem by Sara Shine;

Her Smile, a poem by Cyril Kelly;

A Couple of Swells, by Eileen Casey;

Synergy, by Rosaleen McDonagh, read by Kathleen Lawrence.

Music:

From Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, performed by the Far Flung Trio: Katherine Hunka on violin, Dermot Dunne on accordion and Malachy Robinson on double bass;

Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur, by Orlando Lassus, played on alto flute and bass clarinet by members of the Crash Ensemble, Susan Doyle and Deirdre O’Leary;

Come Along, by Hanora George;

La Vie En Rose, by the Far Flung Trio;

Sonatine 1 for flute and clarinet, by André Jolivet, played by Susan Doyle and Deirdre O’Leary;

Hava Nagila, by the Far Flung Trio.

Podcast: Sunday Miscellany 22 October 2017

Recorded at the Civic Theatre in Tallaght as part of the Red Line Book Festival: The Night Poetry Came To The Suburbs, by Dermot Bolger; The Stolen Tulip, by Eileen Battersby; Are Ye Dancing? a poem by Sara Shine; Her Smile, a poem by Cyril Kelly; A Couple of Swells, by Eileen Casey; Synergy, by Rosaleen McDonagh, read by Kathleen Lawrence.

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