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    The John Murray Show and Saturday Night Show are jointly running a music competition - click here for full detailis.  Emerging musicians are invited to send in their music to the John Murray Show by email.The John Murray Show decides on a shortlist of the 20 best acts.A panel of experts will reduce the field from 20 to six.

    These six are all played (pre-recorded) on the John Murray Show in a semi-final on Friday, May 16, where the top three are decided by a panel on that show.

    The final three then play live in Studio 8 in the John Murray Show final on Thursday, May 29.The overall winner plays again on the Saturday Night Show on Saturday, May 31. Please ensure the soloist and/or band members are available for these key dates.

    The John Murray Show Thursday 14 February 2013

    Fresh Ré live in studio

    Fresh Ré are live in studio this morning!

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    The John Murray Show

    A lively mix of topical stories, human interest and lifestyle features with Neil Delamere.

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    Writer Michael Harding

    Joining Neil in stuido this morning is writer, novelist & playwright, Michael Harding. Listeners to our show will be familiar with Michael & some may be readers of his weekly column in The Irish Times. Michael is here to talk to Neil about his memoir 'Staring at Lakes - A memoir of Love, Melancholy & Magical Thinking', available now in bookshops.

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    Musical composer Sir Tim Rice

    This morning Neil speaks to Sir Tim Rice, who has written lyrics for musical theatre & related enterprises for more than 40 years with such successes as Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Chess with Bjorn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson; and The Lion King and Aida with Elton John.

    The Lion King will open in Ireland for the first time
    at Bord Gais Energy Theatre in April. For tickets plese click here.

     

     

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    What's Your Problem - Communion conundrum

    In the last couple of weeks we have played you a piece of tape featuring people we met on the street with conundrums. This week we had Liam with the dilemma of whether being an aethist, he should support his daughter in receiving communion. On the line for is Susan from Dublin, against is Derek from Mayo.

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