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Andy Hamilton
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In conversation with... Nuala
In August of 2007, I had the privilege to speak with Irish writer and
journalist, Nuala O’Faolain. The topic was feminism, and in particular
her upcoming symposium on that subject with Marianne Finucane and Anne
Enright at the Merriman Summer School. An ...
In conversation with... Nuala
In conversation with... Nuala
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Burren Berries at the Clare Garden Festival. Sundat, April 29, and the Ennis Showgrounds!
Next Sunday, April 29, Burren Berries will be heading to Ennis for the annual Clare Garden Festival. This year, along with a big crop of strawberry and raspberry plants, we will also have a few lupin saplings grown from seeds saved in the garden last Autumn...
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The Willow Man at the Carrickmacross Arts Festival
Lugh and mighty sling, Táthluib Last August I was invited to undertake a special new project as part of the Carrickmacross Arts Festival in County Monaghan. To celebrate the harvest season, I undertook create a living willow sculpture of Lugh, a mythologica...
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In conversation with... John Connolly
Irish mystery writer, John Connolly, has found himself in
the middle of a great bromance. A friend’s chance meeting with Stan Laurel set
the wheels in motion - wheels that nearly 20 years later have brought him to
his latest novel, he . He spoke with Andy H...
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In conversation with... John Connolly
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In conversation with... Ian Rankin
In conversation with... Ian Rankin
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In Conversation With... John Arden
In Conversation With... John Arden
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In conversation with... Ian Rankin
Dirty, divorced and often depressed. A stereotypical Scottish hardman, externally fierce and gruff, seeks willing companion for
decades long bout of heavy drinking, detective work and self-destructive
behaviour. Unwilling to make an effort. Detective Inspec...
In conversation with... Ian Rankin
In conversation with... Ian Rankin
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In Conversation With... John Arden
In late 2009 I paid a visit to the Galway home of Man Booker Prize
runner-up, John Arden. Less than three years before his sad passing, he
was good enough to spare some time to speak with me about what turned
our to be his last collection of stories Gall...
In Conversation With... John Arden
In Conversation With... John Arden
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CPI - Clare People Interactive
In late 2006, Clare People Interactive (CPI) became the first Irish blog connected to a newspaper to publish extended podcast interview to accompany article which appeared each week in print. Over the following four year or so I recorded and edited well ove...
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Way back in 2008 I spoke with Birmingham Irish author, Catherine O'Flynn, about her debut novel 'What Was Lost'. The novel, which won a Costa Prize that year and was longlisted for the Booker Prize, took a fascinating look and the birth of modern consumer c...
Where The Rain Falls
Where The Rain Falls
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