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    Sunday with Miriam Sunday 23 March 2014

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    Sunday with Miriam

    Miriam O'Callaghan presents a live stimulating mix of lifestyle, music, human interest and great interviews, the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday morning.

    Coming Up Sunday 30th March

    Broadcaster and song-writer, Shay Healy, will be reflecting on love, legacies and mortality - ten years on from his Parkinson’s diagnosis;

     

    Also, the unlikely path from Barrytown to Downton Abbey: actor and musician, Maria Doyle Kennedy, will be telling me about her unorthodox career and she’ll be performing live in studio too.

     

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    Paddy Hill and Gerry Conlon

    As this year marks the 40th anniversary of the Guilford and Birmingham bombs Miriam spoke to Gerry Conlon and Paddy Hill. Gerry Conlon - one of the Guildford Four - spent 15 years in prison; and Paddy Hill - one of the Birmingham Six - was wrongly jailed for nearly 17 years

     

    Gerry and Paddy both now work for the organisation MOJO you can view their website HERE. Paddy has also endorsed a website for all the victims of the Birmingham Pub Bombings - HERE

     

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    John Pilger

    For more than 50 years, John Pilger's dissenting journalism has been a thorn in the side of governments, corporations, and media organisations. This week, he reflects on a long career, his friendship with Julian Assange, and the crisis in Crimea.

    More info about John Pilger’s recent film, Utopia: http://johnpilger.com/

    Music Played on the Show

    • Title: Impossibly Beautiful
      Composer: Feeney
      Performer(s): Julie Feeney
      Performer(s): Julie Feeney
      Album: Pages, MITT2
      Duration: 3:03
    • Title: Dear John
      Composer: Julie Feeney
      Performer(s): Julie Feeney
      Performer(s): Julie Feeney
      Album: MITTENS
      Duration: 3:00

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