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Songbirds features Mary O Hara

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    SONGBIRDS – the First Ladies of Irish Song Showing on television in Ireland SUNDAY NIGHT (4TH December) RTE 1 TELEVISION, 7.30PM In the third programme in
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      SONGBIRDS – the First Ladies of Irish Song

      Showing on television in Ireland

      SUNDAY NIGHT (4TH December) RTE 1 TELEVISION, 7.30PM

      In the third programme in the Songbirds series, Fil Campbell examines
      the extraordinary life of MARY O'HARA and performs "Seoladh na
      nGamhna" with guest musicians Steve Cooney and Laoise Kelly.

      The programme includes an interview with Mary herself, and also has
      contributions from Tommy Sands, Mary's sister Joan O'Hara, broadcaster
      Ciaran MacMathuna and many others.

      Mary O'Hara is a singer and harpist with an instantly recognizable,
      pure soprano voice, who achieved fame both sides of the Atlantic in
      the late 50s and early 1960s and influenced a generation of Irish
      female singers in the 70s .



      Media

      Featured interview with Fil online and on air on BBC Radio Ulster –
      Saturday 3rd December – Your Place and Mine – 7.30am. Radio Ulster is
      on Medium Wave – 1340 Hz and on FM 94.5 broadcasting all over Northern
      Ireland. On line the interview can be heard for the next 5 weeks –
      visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/yourplaceandmine



      Coming UP

      Ireland AM appearance for Fil – TV3 Monday 12th December.





      Other News

      The "Songbirds" CD and DVD that accompany the TV programmes are now
      available all over Ireland, both North and South – through HMV, Virgin
      and Xtravision, in all good record shops and on line at www.songbirds.
      tv





      Apologies if you are receiving this mail outside of Ireland and are
      not able to see the TV programmes, - we hope you'll pass the
      information on to your friends in Ireland.
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