“Radio Treasures” Tonight Features True Gems – from 9.30 to 11.00 pm on CMS!

Tonight…on this Bastille Day 14th July 2020… on “Radio Treasures” broadcast on Cork Music Station 9:30 to 11:00pm we feature our regular items with a splendid blend of uplifting songs and music as well as a variety of interesting musings.    Among the Treasures to feature tonight:

  1.  Reviewing the new Historic Collection presented by Eileen Cronin whose  interview a fortnight ago proved hugely popular with among the many Listeners a lady from a very famous family. This week Eileen shares a very rare 1916 Military Sports Programme which Major John Robson sent to Eileen in the 1960s.
  2. We hear about Millstreet Community Singers at Kanturk Community Hospital.   And we listen to one two of their songs.
  3. We especially remember the late Evelyne Perrot of Pommerit le Vicomte as well as Mary Quinn of Co. Clare both recently deceased.  We recall Anne Keane on her First Anniversary.
  4. We hear some very special songs such a “Flying by” composed by Davy Ryan and “When the Robins Return” wonderfully sung by Paudie McAuliffe from Shrone.  At the request of Pat and Olive Monaghan in Nevada Finbar Furey’s “The Old Man”.  And with the help of James Wickham of Minnesota, USA we hear the amazing singing voice of Kate Smith – the “American Dame Vera Lynn”.
  5. We listen to a brief interview at 10pm with Patrick W. O’Leary of Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
  6. We talk about Jerry Pat O’Leary’s superb recent 90 minute Podcast.
  7. And we chat about the images shared here:
    The late Evelyne Perrot wife of Yannick of Pommerit le Vicomte.
    The late Mary Quinn of Co. Clare – Very popular Judge at Green Glens over many years.
    Denis (D.J.) Reen giving an excellent interview on this Tuesday evening’s RTÉ News.
    Military Sports Programme 1916 presented by Eileen Cronin, Knocknagree.

    Patrick W. O’Leary at Museum in 2019. Patrick will feature on a 10pm interview on our programme tonight.

Evelyne and Yannick Perrot, Pommerit le Vicomte

From left: At Green Glens in August 2018 – John Murphy, Ballinamona, Mallow; Noel C. Duggan and the Mary Quinn of Co. Clare.

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