The John Murray Show Friday 24 May 2013

The John Murray Show

The John Murray Show

A lively mix of topical stories, human interest and lifestyle features Miriam O'Callaghan.

Competition - Get Your Book Published

For full details on where to send your manuscripts (please do not send them to the John Murray Show) go to www.kazoopublishing.com

Also the details are in this week's RTE Guide.

Closing date of receipt of entries is Sunday 30 June 2013.

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Set Dancing benefits Parkinson's Disease

Set Dancing benefits Parkinson's Disease

There is a wonderful picture in today's Irish Independent of a couple set dancing & what is more interesting is that new research indicates that Irish set dancing could be beneficial to people with Parkinson's Disease. Miriam is joined by Nora Cunningham, who is one of those pictured in newspaper dancing with her husband Tom.

David McSavage with Miriam

David McSavage with Miriam

Comedian David McSavage joins Miriam in studio to talk about The Savage Eye, comedy & his new role (a very small!) in a movie to be filmed in Belfast next month with Ben Kingsley.

David plays Vicar Street in Dublin June 29th tickets from www.ticketmaster.ie

Legendary guitarist Brian May

Legendary guitarist Brian May

Miriam's next guest is English musician, singer, songwriter & astrophysicist who achieved international fame as the guitarist of legendary rock band Queen. Brian May has written & performed some of the most recognisable anthems of all time with Queen & is officially the world's second-greatest EVER guitarist.  Brian is playing Dublin's Olympia Theatre with Kelly Ellis on June 30th.

Tickets at www.ticketmaster.ie 

Ireland's first celebrity chef Sean Kinsella

Ireland's first celebrity chef Sean Kinsella

In studio with Miriam is award-winning chef & culinary historian, Mairtin Mac Con Iomaire to talk about Ireland's well known chef, Sean Kinsella, who died this week aged 81. Sean was owner of the world-wide known restaurant the Mirabeau, in Sandycove in the 70s & 80s.

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