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The ‘Alcock and Brown 100’ Festival to celebrate the centenary next year of one of the greatest feats of early aviation — the first non-stop transatlantic flight in history, completed by John Alcock and Arthur Whitten-Brown in 1919, was launched this week in Dublin.
Whether you’re the adult reading bedtime stories or the child listening attentively and conjuring up wonderful images in your mind, the world of children’s books is a very special place.
This Saturday September 9 at noon, Cannonball returns to The Galway Plaza at Junction 16, Kiltullagh, where spectators can get up close and personal with 190 of the finest cars on the planet and enjoy the unique festival atmosphere that Cannonball is renowned for.
We will begin this week by talking about games. In particular, the GAA games last weekend.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show's Ryan Tubridy, have released their new, eponymously titled EP, and play Monroe's Live this week.
There are so many things to talk with you about this week it is difficult to know where to begin, but I have made up my mind we are going to begin by talking about Bertie Ahern.
HAILED AS “the future of ska in Ireland” by Ryan Tubridy, Interskalactic have firmly marked their place as a live and festival favourite, fusing big band flavour and first-wave, old-school Jamaican ska.
We talked last week about the bravery of the Army men from Custume Barracks in Athlone at the Siege of Jadotville.
You know, I do not know how to begin or what to say to you at the start of my column this week. We all know the terrible heartbreak of the story of the five people in Ballyjamesduff in County Cavan. Yet every time I read it or talk about it to anyone I find the tears coming into my eyes. It is so sad for every one of them - such a tragic horror story.