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Sunday, April 20, 2008

Playlist - April 20

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April 20, 2008
PROGRAM # 1048
The IRELAND REPORT with Davy Kettyles

Ireland Report News Correspondents
Patricia Sharkey, Donegal
Donegal Newsletter,
Ann Bray, Dublin, Co. Dublin
Davy Kettyles, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Mairtin O’Muilleoir, Belfast
Managing Editor,
Belfast Media Group
Andersonstown News www.irelandclick.com
Irish Echo, www.irishecho.com/

Pittsburgh Irish Network,

April SPONSOR of The Ireland Report
AOH Monsignor Charles Owen Rice,
Division 1, South Hills
Part 2 – The Irish Uprising 1916 – 1922
Narrated by Charles Kuralt, CBS Recording

Mo Ghra-sa Mo Dhia
by Myler McNeely
CD ‘Reflections’

An Inspirational Moment
“The Easter Rising”
Sponsored by LAOH Maude Gonne Division 32

Padraic Pearse’s Surrender,
Read by Daniel Callahan
The Foggy Dew with Paddy Clancy
From “Sixteen Dead Men”, Read by Tom Clancy

The Dying Rebel, Sung by Kay Hart
The Mother,
Read by Deirdre O’Meara
Eamon DeValera
The Grand Ould Dame Britannia,
Sung by Tommy Makem
Interviews with
Sean Kelly, Joseph Clark,
Sean Harling, Frank Sherwin

Johnson’s Motor Car with
The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem
The Valley of Knockanure,
Liam Clancy
Eamon DeValera
Interviews with Sean Mooney, Sean Harling
Green in The Green,
Liam Clancy with
The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem

Boys From the County Cork
with Tommy Makem & The Clancy Brothers
Kevin Barry, Liam Clancy
The Manifesto of Sinn Fein,
Read by Eamonn Kelly
Eamon DeValera

Shall My Soul Pass Through Old Ireland,
with Anne Byrne
Interviews with Rory Brugha, Sean Mooney
An Durd Fainne,
with Liam Clancy,
The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem
Interview with Sean Harling

The Fool,
Read by Donal Donnelly
A Nation Once Again
with Tommy Makem &
The Clancy Brothers
From the Easter 1966 Message,
Read by Eamon DeValera
The Soldier’s Song
with The Clancy Brothers
& Tommy Makem
LP ‘The Irish Uprising 1916-1922’,
Narrated by Charles Kuralt

Danny Boy
by Myler McNeely
CD ‘Reflections’

Record Companies
Blix Street Records
Compass Records
Dara Records www.dararecords.com
Loftus Music
Outer Green Records
Red Biddy Records
Rego Irish Records
Shanachie Entertainment http://www.shanachie.com/ ACM Records http://www.acmrecords.com/


At 1:33 AM, Blogger PJ Geraghty said...

Have you any idea where I might find a copy of the Charles Kuralt recording? Thanks... pj at geraghtys dot net


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