LTV2 Millstreet:Programme No 210

Programme 210 which was first broadcast on Thurs April 12th last is now online. You can now watch our latest programme which was recorded mainly at the recent Millstreet Vintage Show and edited by Sean Murphy right here on or by logging into the LTV2 Facebook Page before the repeat show hits our Television Screens on tonight at 8.00pm.

Programme Index
00:00 Show is introduced by Sean Radley and Sean Cronin (originally from Coolinairne) in a 1926 Austin 7 at the Easter Sunday Vintage Day.
02:25 Eily’s Regional Report
09:00 Peter Lane sings an old time waltz “Darling say you’ll love me when I’m old”
14:00 Seán interviews MC for the day Derry Morley
18:05 From the top of Clara Mountain with Eily Buckley (6th April 2012) so see the work for the new cross that will be put in place to replace the old one (that had been in place since 1982).
20:40 Competition Time: The winner of last weeks competition happened to be at the Vintage Day as they were filming the show! and this weeks competition too.
26:20 Broomhill Vintage Club from Coachford try to put a tractor together in 6 minutes, raising money for Suicide Aware. The team are also interview by Seán
38:50 Footage from the Broomhill Vintage Day 2011 (their 2012 vintage day is on next Sunday (April 15th)
44:18 Peter Coughlan (from the Broomhill Vintage Club) outlines their Festival August 18th & 19th
45:55 Jerry O’Riordan in his Blue Escort which doesn’t like parades!
47:05 Stephanie Marshall with her dress made of race programmes from Mallow that took 5 months to make. visit to vote for them.
50:20 The Lane Family get a special gesture from LTV2
52:30 an Excerpt from the Titanic DVD launched recently about Danny Buckley, a Titanic survivor
1:03:40 Back at the Vintage Day, Seán talks to Mary O’Connor (Dromsicane) and Dan Joe Murphy, and discuss his rejuvinated tractor – a David Browne.
1:08:15 Interview with Noel Buckley and Pat Joe Creedon
1:09:50 A look around at some more machinery, and a look forward to next week.
1:19:20 The Harvest Festival from Coachford (August 2011)

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