Monday, November 20, 2017
Peadar O'Loughlin

Peadar O’Loughlin – a musical life

THE flag floor has been covered in carpet, a stove sits where the open hearthed fires burned, there’s a modern suspended ceiling instead of...

‘Passage of Sound’ to resonate with Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann

ACCLAIMED film-maker Andrei Tarkovsky believed that art couldn’t be explained from a purely intellectual perspective, but instead had to be felt on a personal...
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Stunning footage will make you want to visit Lough Derg immediately

Two years. Hundreds of hours of video footage. Two drones. All edited down into 5 minutes 24 seconds of spectacular video of Lough Derg, or...
The Rusangano Family

Family ties hold strong for Lillis and Rusangano Family

“DO I need to wear a tie?” That’s the conundrum facing Ireland’s foremost hip-hop group at this moment in time, the Clare-based Rusangano Family....

TK Whitaker: The service of the State

Ken Whitaker stands as one of the makers of modern Ireland, whose story was told in ‘Portrait of a Patriot’ that was published in...

Consider yourself invited to Oliver

A STAGE production of Oliver will run in Scariff this December by the East Clare Musical Society. Details of the musical production have been released,...

Our Lady’s: Behind the doors of Clare’s asylum in 2016

HALLOWEEN has just passed and it seems an appropriate time to look behind the doors of Clare's eeriest building. This week we speak to...
Paul O'Sullivan and his sister Marcella

‘Trapped for 36 years’

Meet Paul O’Sullivan. Paul is non-verbal autistic. He spent 36 years of his life looking at four walls in a State care unit. On November...

Beauty and the Beach

Liam MacNamara has been walking the shores of north Clare his entire live. From Fanore down as far as Quilty, there are few who...

For whom the bells toll

MAYBE it’s the march of technology that ensures the automated church bells don’t project a sound as loud as the hands on bell-ringers did...

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