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Playlists & Podcasts

2018-09-21 07:57:24

Busy right now, preparing his first podcast series, due to launch on November 2nd. Thereafter, three new programmes will be available in a variety of platforms every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Cassandra Wilson (pictured) is the first guest, quickly followed by Asaf Sirkis and Bugge Wesseltoft (all on Day 1). Plenty more jazz folk lined up for the future. Further details may be gleaned,  late October onwards, from here.

BOTN: Streaming Update

2018-05-25 16:24:06

Just been informed that the RTÉ lyric fm webpage links have at last been repaired. Eamonn's "Blue of The Night" programmes are again available via listen back - over 2,000 hours of music, going as far back as October 2011.

 

To stream a specific programme, go here and click on any highlighted date within the Programme Archive section (on the right side of the page). Note that Saturday night programmes often began late, depending on the duration of particular "Opera Night" broadcasts, especially those from New York's Met, so you may need to toggle forward a little...

In Print

2017-09-06 12:30:56

New book done, sanity restored. Happy to put my name to it. Here's hoping the literary agent in Manhattan can find a good home for it - may be remembered for this one...

In Print

2016-11-20 07:09:43

Eamonn is (still) writing the final draft of his latest book. You may read the opening chapter of 'Drowning The Shamrock' by clicking here

Mentoring

2016-05-18 20:05:53

This month, Eamonn has been presenting workshops to secondary schools in Co Clare.  During the course of sessions - offered through a partnership with Music Generation Clare - participants have used MacBook computers, DJ hardware, Cubase music production software and an iPhone to make their own features, jingles, promos and 15-minute radio programmes.

 

Once the project is rolled out proper from September 2016, single-day workshops shall be provided to Transition Year students across Ireland.