The Poetry Programme

The Poetry Programme

Saturday at 7.30pm

The Poetry Programme Saturday 7 February 2015

Olivia O’Leary explores the diverse and vibrant world of poets and poetry in The Poetry Programme on Saturdays at 7:30 pm.

You can contact the Poetry Programme by emailing poetry@rte.ie, tweeting @PoetryProgRTE, or on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/RTEPoetryProgramme.

You can also listen back to all previous programmes in the Programme Archive (see above right).

The Poetry Programme: For everyone who loves poetry. And those who just don’t know it yet.

A Rockfinch production for RTÉ.

Series Producer: Claire Cunningham. Executive Producer for RTÉ: Clíodhna Ní Anluain.

On Saturday 21st October at 7:30 pm, Elaine Cosgrove, Annemarie Ní Churreáin and Kevin Dwan join Olivia O’Leary to talk about the launch of their debut collections.

The Poetry Programme

The Poetry Programme

We devote the whole half hour to one of Ireland’s most famous living poets.

Winner of a Pulitzer Prize, a T.S. Eliot Prize, author of over 30 collections and current poetry editor of The New Yorker magazine Paul Muldoon talks about his life in poetry and his new collection One Thousand Things Worth Knowing.

The call for submissions to the literary magazine The Stinging Fly - stingingfly.org

Read more of Billy Ramsell's poetry at: http://www.billyramsell.ie/works.htm

Info on the Cork Spring Poetry Festival: corkpoetryfest.

The winners of the two copies of Miriam Gamble's collection 'Pirate Music' are Tracy Gaughan in Galway and Matthew Moynihan in Cork.

About The Show

Olivia O'Leary explores the diverse and vibrant world of poets and poetry. A Rockfinch production for RTÉ.

Music Played on the Show

You Are Here Four Tet Remix

You Are Here Four Tet Remix

Nathan Paul Fake/Four Tet

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E-mail:  poetry@rte.ie,

Tweet @PoetryProgRTE

Facebook page www.facebook.com/RTEPoetryProgramme.

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