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DOCUMENTARY ON ONE: An open verdict When Gardai entered a holiday bungalow on Mayo's Northwest coast in April 2014, they found a scene of desperation and solitude. Scattered amongst the rubbish lay the body of Marsha Mehran, 36. Marsha, an Iranian born author, set her debut novel 'Pomegranate Soup' in Mayo which became an international best seller with translation into 15 languages.
JAZZ ON THE BAY Jazz singer Melanie O'Reilly drops in to Feinsteins at the Nikko in San Francisco to meet the owner - Singer, pianist, arranger, composer & music archivist, Michael Feinstein - "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook" who is a multi-platinum-selling, 2 -time Emmy and five-time Grammy-nominated recording artist and has received international recognition for his commitment to celebrating America's popular song and preserving its legacy for the next generation.
RICHARD HARRIS REVISITED: THE JOE JACKSON TAPES (Repeat) In 1987 Joe Jackson's first interview with Richard Harris was published in an Irish magazine as a cover story with this headline: 'Richard Harris as you never saw or heard him before.' Joe Jackson suggests "the same is true, but even more so" of his two-part programme, Richard Harris Re-vistited: The Joe Jackson Tapes.
NATURE ON ONE: IRELAND’S WILD PEOPLE People have their passions. Some of us like football, some become obsessed with music, cooking or vintage cars, but what inspires someone to devote their lives to wildlife? Following on from Colin Stafford Johnson's 10-part radio documentary series 'Nature on One', broadcast in 2013, in this second series, 'Ireland's Wild People', Colin meets those wildlife enthusiasts and experts who have spent a lifetime trying to learn about and protect our natural heritage.
DRAMA ON ONE WALKING THE ROAD by Dermot Bolger A labourer turned literary debutante, Frank Ledwidge lost his life late in the Great War, and the pathos of his passing preserves his early work in the amber of the might-have-been. Dermot Bolger’s lyrical biopic of the proletarian poet predates the current fashion for 1914 by many years, and […]