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Monday's Child: Noelle Brown & Iseult Casey
We talk to Barnstorm Theatre Company's Noelle Brown and Iseult Casey ahead of the opening of Monday's Child, running in Kilkenny from...
KidO - What the Audience Thought - A Scottish Opera Podcast
Our exciting new show for 3 & 4 year olds and their carers enjoyed sell-out success on its Spring 2015 tour. Hear what some of the...
Dame Judi Dench reads a Shakespeare sonnet
Dame Judi Dench reads Shakespeare's sonnet 116: "Let me not to the marriage of true minds".
lovely recording by judi dench
She speaks Shakespeare as naturally as though it were conversation--conversation lyrically inflected, that is.
Brought tears to my eyes. Thank you, Dame Judi.
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Campaigning for HIV treatment in the DRC
In the lead up to World AIDS Day, Christian Aid Communications Officer Ally Carnwath reflects on how the Christian Aid-supported CAHAC...
Night out after work including chatting about the floods with a London cab driver reggae music and a bit more
The Farewell Tour (5/5)
The Open University - Languages
The Farewell Tour In October 1868 Charles Dickens farewell tour began but had to be cut short on account of his failing health. ...
Who Cares? BBC Radio Manchester Interview
Interview with Eddie Nixon, Director of Theatre and Artist Development at The Place, London
Nova Star Hunters - Season 2 Trailer
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40 years of Crucible Memories
We talk to a local lady who's been coming to the Crucible for 40 years. She remembers the first night, past productions and other memories.
Faith Liddell, Festivals Edinburgh - Arts Council Edinburgh Talent Symposium
Mary Mitchell from Made & Told sells handcrafted goods from the former Silk Road. Made by refugee woman in the UK and artisans in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
Panel Discussion : Joanna MacGregor #clore10
Smokey Robinson and the arts in school
AP: Smokey Robinson advocates for arts in schools at March 2 news conference at Duke Ellington arts school in D.C.
Karen Hayes speaking at Collective Encounters Live and Learn launch
#cli10 Tim Burley, Head of Development at Battersea Arts Centre
PHENOMENAL PEOPLE – INTERVIEW FOR RADIO GORGEOUS BY NICKI BANNERMAN
Nominate A Woman Who Inspired YOU! PHENOMENAL PEOPLE – INTERVIEW FOR RADIO GORGEOUS BY NICKI BANNERMAN Nicki Bannerman talks with...
Artist Provocation 2 : Lorne Campbell from Grey Space
Spark Productions: The Last Of The Freshers
Some of the cast of Spark Productions new play 'The Last Of The Freshers' talk to SoKilkenny.com about the development of the show, the...
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