Sunday Miscellany

Sunday Miscellany

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Sunday Miscellany 6 March 2016

Miscellany50 Live from the Project. Last winter 10 concerts were recorded in the Project Arts Centre, Dublin, to mark 50 years of Sunday Miscellany, on air since 1968.  Contributors had as their starting point a year since 1968 when Sunday Miscellany started to broadcast. If you would like to listen back to any of the concerts or the archive programmes which aired prior to the concerts, do click here

Sunday Miscellany 6 March 2016

New short essays and stories from the Sunday Miscellany archive:

Birth Mother’s Day by A.M. Cousins

Na Geansaithe- The Jumpers’ - a poem by Art Ó Súilleabháin

Continuity by Ted Sheehy

I was there by Anne Shannon

Speaking of Accents by Anne Marie Kennedy

Dialann mo Mháthair by Fachtna Ó Drisceoil.

Music:

‘There must be an angel’ by the Eurythmics

‘Granny Picking Apples’ played by Mick O’Brien on whistle with Tommy Hayes, Michele Mulcahy and Carl Corcoran

The Herdboy’s Song , 3rd movement from Eight Memories in Watercolour opus 1 by Tan Dun played by Lang Lang on piano.

‘Up Went Nelson’ by Go Lucky 4

The Clare Reel played by Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill

Podcast: Sunday Miscellany 6 March 2016

New short essays and stories from the Sunday Miscellany archive: Birth Mother's Day by A.M. Cousins; Na Geansaithe- The Jumpers' - a poem by Art Ó Súilleabháin; Continuity by Ted Sheehy; I was there by Anne Shannon; Speaking of Accents by Anne Marie Kennedy; Dialann mo Mháthair by Fachtna Ó Drisceoil

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