Sunday Miscellany Sunday 19 May 2019
Sunday 9 May 2021: an emergency pet passport, close encounters with the art police, the remarkable story of Father Joseph Mallin, son of a 1916 leader, and more, with Tom Clonan, Clodagh O'Donoghue, Chris McHallem, Nell Regan, JM Dolan and Vincent Woods.
Nell Regan and James Hadley's book A Gap in the Clouds is published by Dedalus Press; JM Dolan's film A Father's Letter can be viewed on the IFI player
The Telegram, by Mary Black;
The Fire In The Flint, by Éilis Ní Dhuibhne;
Bath Abbey and the Shadows of History, by Emer O’Kelly;
We’ll Gather Lilacs, by Pat Dunne;
Heavenly Feast, a poem by Denise Blake
Un Bel Di Vedremo, from Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, sung by Margaret Burke Sheridan with the Orchestra of La Scala, conducted by Carlo Sabajno;
Time to Time, by We Banjo Three;
Adagio from Mozart’s Violin Concerto no. 3 in G Major, played by Yehudi Menuhin with the Bath Festival Chamber Orchestra;
We’ll Gather Lilacs, written by Ivor Novello and sung by Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth.
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