The Irish Program at Melbourne’s ethnic community radio station 3ZZZ and the Celtic recently invited Tinteán to make a radio programme in celebration of twenty continuous years of Australian Irish Australian publication: the magazine Táin (1999-2007) was a full-colour publication that morphed into the hard copy of Tinteán in 2007. The magazine finally moved online …
Jonathan Swift, privy to a murder?
Snippets from the Irish Press.
Obituary notice for Peg Cockram
Two more film reviews from the Online Irish Film Festival (19-29 November). Three more will be reviewed in our January issue. Seamus Heaney and the Music of What Happens Reviewed by Shauna Stanley Everyone remembers the first time they read a Seamus Heaney poem. I was aged 10, sitting in a prefab in 4th class, …
This documentary warrants many viewings for a full appreciation of Steve Cooney, a hero of Irish traditional music. But with just one viewing, there’s eating and drinking in it.
It means once in a lifetime
That justice can rise up
And hope and history rhyme.
Sinead Davies has painted fellow Irish-born Australian Claire Dunne, OAM, and the painting was shortlisted for the Archibald Prize.
Adelaide is certainly a fortunate place to live during Covid19.
Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar Series – Online Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar Series – ONLINE 17th November 20206.30pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time Topic: The death of Swift’s printer John Harding: new evidence that implicates Swift Speaker: Dr. Craig Pett, journalist and researcher Abstract: John Harding, the printer of the seditious Letters written by Jonathan Swift under the pseudonym …