Sunday Miscellany

Sunday Miscellany

Sunday, 9.10 - 10am

Sunday Miscellany 26 November 2017

Sunday Miscellany 26 November 2017

New writing:
He was a Quare One, by Conall Hamill
Adios, Ferdie, by Emer Woodfull
Pilgrimage to Inniskeen, a poem by Bernie Crawford
Swift, Handel and the Messiah, by Pat Dunne
Breacadh Lae ag Loch Baile Uí Scanláin/ Dawn at Ballyscanlon Lake, a poem by Róisín Sheehy
You Never Know What’s Around The Bend, by Peter Duffy
 
Music:
If Ever You Go To Dublin Town, by Patrick Kavanagh, sung by Barry Gleeson, and that song was recorded at a special Sunday Miscellany broadcast at the Pavilion Theatre earlier this year;
Begin the Beguine, by Artie Shaw;
Fainne Gael an Lae/The Dawning of the Day, by Liam O’Flynn on tin whistle and Steve Cooney on guitar;
He Was Despised, from Handel’s Messiah, sung by Kathleen Ferrier, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Adrian Boult;
Minuet in C sharp minor by Maurice Ravel, played on piano by Steven Osborne.

Podcast: Sunday Miscellany 26 November 2017

New writing: He was a Quare One, by Conall Hamill; Adios, Ferdie, by Emer Woodfull; Pilgrimage to Inniskeen, a poem by Bernie Crawford; Swift, Handel and the Messiah, by Pat Dunne; Breacadh Lae ag Loch Baile Uí Scanláin/ Dawn at Ballyscanlon Lake, a poem by Róisín Sheehy; And You Never Know What's Around The Bend, by Peter Duffy.

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