Sunday Miscellany Sunday 5 May 2019
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.
**Note to contributors: we're now closed for submissions for the summer. We will reopen in late August for submissions suitable for the autumn and beyond.**
Dyeing To Be Myself, by Barbara Scully;
John Keats – The Letter On The Heart, by Conall Hamill;
Portrait of a Young Woman, a poem by John O’Donnell;
Dandelion Wars, by Gail Seekamp;
Dawn Chorus, a poem by Grace Wells;
On The Mountain, by John F Deane
Don’t Ever Change, by the Beatles;
Nightingale and the Rose by Saint-Saens, sung by Gwen Catley with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Rignold;
Inis Oírr, by Trio Elatha;
Dandelion, by Charlotte Gainsbourg;
Min Rastas Raataa (Where The Thrush Toils), by Sibelius, sung by the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir conducted by Heikki Seppanen
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