Sunday Miscellany Sunday 25 August 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 Man Who Shook The Hand of Buffalo Bill, by Jonathan White;
The Men Who Captured Irish Soul in Paint: Walter Osborne and John Lavery, by Emer O’Kelly;
A Matter of Time, by Conall Hamill;
Writing ‘The First Rose of Tralee’, by Patricia O’Reilly;
The Queen and the Good China, by Alison Healy
The Algonquin Bounce by Mark Isham;
Beau Soir by Claude Debussy, played on violin by Kyung Wha Chung with Philip Moll on piano;
We Have All The Time In The World, by Louis Armstrong;
The Rose of Tralee, sung by Kenneth McKellar
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