Sunday Miscellany Sunday 4 August 2019
An anthology celebrating 50 years of Sunday Miscellany has recently been published by New Island Books. The scripts from the book were first read at Miscellany50, a live event of words and music at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin in late 2018.
New Writing: 0n Today's Programme -
An August Coup by Pat Coleman;
The Dog Woman by Lani O’Hanlon;
My Friend, The Duke, by Paddy Murray;
Circus Boy by AM Cousins;
Singing with Joseph Calleja by John Hedigan;
What A Young Fermanagh Woman Said As She Toiled With Praties And Fire, a poem by Vincent Woods
When I Get Low I Get High by Marion Sunshine sung by Ella Fitzgerald, with Chick Webb and his Orchestra;
I Love My Dog by Cat Stevens;
The Kerry Dance sung by John McCormack;
Candyman sung by Dónal Clancy, and that was recorded at Sunday Miscellany Live at the Theatre Royal in Waterford last autumn;
Che Gelida Mano from Puccini’s La Boheme, sung by Joseph Calleja with the Orchestra of the Suisse Romande, conducted by Marco Amiliato
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