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  • The Indignant Muse

    The Indignant Muse

    History comes alive through the songs and poems of Ireland’s modern revolutionary period (1887- 1926)   Broadcasting every Friday at 6.30pm from Jan 18th until March 22nd The Indignant Muse is a ten part radio series adapted from the landmark book of the same name published by Lilliput Press. Join Terry Moylan as he brings listeners on a journey through an alternative musical history, pockmarked by battle and rebellion. This Near FM produced radio series follows the same chronological order […]

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  • Frank Harte: A Life in Song

    Frank Harte: A Life in Song

    Near FM have produced a three part documentary on Frank Harte, the Frank Harte Festival & An Góilín Traditional singing club. The series features interviews with friends & family of Frank Harte as well as capturing the intimate & unique Frank Harte Festival in September 2012. Frank Harte was a renowned singer and song collector. He became a great exponent of the Dublin street ballad, which he preferred to sing unaccompanied and he was widely known for his distinctive singing. He had a keen knowledge […]

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