The Western Skyline Podcast – 19 May 2018

On The Western Skyline: The Silver Branch screens in Kinvara, news of two art exhibitions in New Quay & Ballyvaughan, a callout to young musicians for a new orchestral initiative in Galway, ‘The Only Jealousy of Emer’ – Yeats’ s play is being performed at Thoor Ballylee, Ennistymon Book Town Festival events, and news of the Galway Early Music Festival
Plus tracks by Fat Boy Slim, The Eurythmics, Erasure, Eric Clapton, Derek & the Dominos, Lynard Skynard, M People, Thompson Twins, Madness, and M C Hammer
Comments to @karenjmcdonnell karenjmcdonnell.com or kinvarafm@gmail.com

 

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The Western Skyline Podcast – 21 April 2018

PLAYING TRACKS BY

Talking Heads, Big Country, Stevie Nicks, Don Henley,Blur, Howard Jones, Dire Straits, Billy Joel, Stockton’s Wing.

 

On The Western Skyline: a look at some of the coming events at the Cúirt literary festival in Galway. Gigs in Gort, Galway and Kilfenora. More news from the ‘Bosom Pals’ fundraising publication for www.breastcancerresearch.ie– an exhibition of Ruth Cadden’s illustrations for the book (see the image with this podcast c. Ruth Cadden).
Also, birthdays. And a haiku to mark Poetry Day Ireland on Thursday 26th April.
Enjoy!

 

The Western Skyline Podcast – 10 March 2018

This Western Skyline is all about The Mammy. Four poems this week, by Irish poets. And we play your requests for your mum. Plus some arts news, and wonderful classical music; instrumental and vocal.

The playlist includes Vivaldi, JS Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Elgar and Satie.
Enjoy. Hope you spoiled The Mammy!

 

The Western Skyline Podcast – 13 January 2018

The first Western Skyline of 2018 has an eclectic mix of music spanning 60 years – from the Beatles, Cockney Rebel, the Alan Parsons Project, Carly Simon, Sting, The Script, and others. There are details of the Music for Galway Midwinter Festival and of the planned commemoration at Kiltartan of Major Robert Gregory, on the 100th anniversary of his death in WWl (see image). I hope you enjoy the show.
Feedback is always welcome!