Sunday Miscellany

Sunday Miscellany

Sunday, 9.10 - 10am

Sunday Miscellany 1 May 2016

Our next live Sunday Miscellany takes place as part of Imagine Arts and Waterford Writers Festival in the Theatre Royal Waterford on Saturday 26th October at 11.45 a.m. To book phone 051 - 874402 or click here

The writers are John MacKenna, Ian Maleney, Catherine Foley, AM Cousins, Andrew Doherty and Lani O’Hanlon and there’ll be music from piper David Power, folk acoustic trio The Kalimbas, Benny McCarthy, Brendan Clancy, Donnchadh Gough and Dónal Clancy. 


Ticket for Christmas Miscellany in the National Concert Hall on Wednesday, 4th December, are now on sale through the National Concert Hall website.  To book your seat click here


A new book celebrating 50 years of Sunday Miscellany has just been published by New Island Books.  This anthology of essays and poetry were read for the first time at Miscellany50, a live event in the Project Arts Centre last December.  For further information click here

Sunday Miscellany 1 May 2016

New short essays:

The Things We Have Lived Through by Brian Leyden

Lines Composed Below in Moyode Wood by Anne Marie Kennedy

Brush and Paint of Memory a poem by James Conway

Apostle of Agriculture by Cathleen Brindley

Portals of Unpreparedness by Leo Cullen

Commercial Break by Gerry Moran

Music:

‘May –Springsong’ from Selections from Das Jahr/The Year by Fanny Mendelssohn performed by Jennifer Eley on piano

‘Pleasant Month of May’ sung by Jackie Oates

The 2nd Movement from Sonatina by Bartok performed by Martha Argerich on piano.

The 2nd movement from Corelli’s Concerto Grosso No. 10 in C Major played by the Chamber Orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory

 ‘O Breathe Not His Name’ by Thomas Moore, arranged by Sir. John Larchet and performed by Margaret Burke Sheridan with the Dublin String Orchestra.

Podcast: Sunday Miscellany 1 May 2016

New short essays: The Things We Have Lived Through by Brian Leyden; Lines Composed Below in Moyode Wood by Anne Marie Kennedy; Brush and Paint of Memory a poem by James Conway; Apostle of Agriculture by Cathleen Brindley; Portals of Unpreparedness by Leo Cullen; Commercial Break by Gerry Moran

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New writing for radio, accompanied by complementary music, broadcast every Sunday morning since 1968.

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