Castlebar memories on Sunday podcast

Wild Atlantic Words literary festival committee members pictured with this year’s panel for 'Sunday Morning Coming Down’ in Bridge St. From left: Kevin Swift, Siobhan Foody, Austin Vaughan, Johnny Mee (panellist), Sean Lyons (panellist), John Healy (committee member and host), Des MacHale (panellist), Micheline Egan (panellist), Fionnuala Kenny, Martin Carney and Kathryn Brennan (absent from committee picture are Marie Farrell and David Brennan). A podcast from the event is now available on the festival website. Picture: John Mee Photography

Wild Atlantic Words literary festival committee members pictured with this year’s panel for 'Sunday Morning Coming Down’ in Bridge St. From left: Kevin Swift, Siobhan Foody, Austin Vaughan, Johnny Mee (panellist), Sean Lyons (panellist), John Healy (committee member and host), Des MacHale (panellist), Micheline Egan (panellist), Fionnuala Kenny, Martin Carney and Kathryn Brennan (absent from committee picture are Marie Farrell and David Brennan). A podcast from the event is now available on the festival website. Picture: John Mee Photography

Castlebar's literary festival, Wild Atlantic Words - held recently, came to a close with the session Sunday Morning Coming Down, at Bridge St, where a panel of four local writers shared their memories of the hometown and its people.

The panel consisted of Micheline Egan, Sean Lyons, Des MacHale and Johnny Mee, hosted by John Healy – and in response to a flood of requests from Castlebar natives at home and abroad, the event has now been made available on podcast.

At times nostalgic, humorous, whimsical and evocative, if you have a drop of Castlebar blood in your veins you will want to reconnect with home via the podcast, which can be accessed at www.wildatlanticwords.ie/podcast

 

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