Sunday Miscellany Sunday 13 June 2021
Sunday 13 June: Old Dublin gossip and literary feuds... spotting family likenesses in Joyce's Ulysses... a history of the Martello towers and the origins of the first Bloomsday. With Vincent Altman O'Connor, Tim Carey, Jane Clarke, Jimmy Murphy, Éabha Jones and --from the archives -- the late Anthony Cronin.
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Altman the Saltman, Leopold Bloom and Me, by Vincent Altman O'Connor
The Martello Towers of Dublin, by Tim Carey
Night Boat, North Wall Quay, a poem by Jane Clarke
The Smoking Gun, by Jimmy Murphy
A Joycean Odyssey, by Éabha Jones
And, from the Sunday Miscellany archives, The First Bloomsday by Anthony Cronin – first broadcast 50 years ago this year.
Haben Lakir Yi – My Darling Son, by the Velvel Pasternak Chorus
We Sail The Ocean Blue, from HMS Pinafore, sung by the Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
Blumenlied, by Gustav Lange, played by Ralph Richey
If Ever You Go, by Patrick Kavanagh;
And La Ci Darem La Mano, from Mozart's Don Giovanni, sung by Cecilia Bartoli and Bryn Terfel
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