History comes alive through the songs and poems of Ireland’s modern revolutionary period (1887- 1926)
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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 as the book as we select some of the best song and verse from each period. Joining Terry are An Góilín singers adding colourful and authentic interpretations of the songs and poems featured.
Episode 3 – Labour
The Class War – Barry Gleeson
The Song of Swords – Manus O’Riordan
A village of the heart of stone – Antaine Ó Faracháin
In Dublin City – Ronnie Drew
A Song for the Times – Fergus Russell
The Internationale – Terry Moylan
The Limerick Ballad – Antaine Ó Faracháin
Producer/Editor – Paul Loughran
Presenter/Interviewer/Researcher – Terry Moylan
Theme music – The Four Star Trio
Series Singers/reciters – Manus O’Riordan, Daoiri Farrell, Sean Ó hEarcáin, Barry Gleeson, Jerry O’Reilly, Eoiní Maidhcí Ó Súilleabháin, Fergus Russell, Máire Níc Chróinín, Antaine Ó Faracháin, Ronnie Drew, Terry Moylan, Helen Diamond, Ulick O’Connor, Frank Harte, Luke Cheevers, Dominic Behan, Clancy Brothers, Ciaran Murray, The Dubliners, Brendan Behan, Liam Weldon, Damien Dempsey, Jimmy Crowley, Irene Martin, Michael Halliwell and David Miller, The Black Brothers, Dorothee Meyer Holtkamp, Paul Robeson, Sean Dunphy, Dick Hogan, Tom Lenihan, Niall Tóibín, Tim Dennehy
The Indignant Muse is supported by the Broadcasting authority of Ireland Sound and Vision scheme with the television licence fee.