The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171

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The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171

Hello hello hello! I’ve got an hour of freshest new music for you. See I’m down with da kidz. On The London Ear this week, I’ve got new music from The Eskies, Trick Mist and, I have to say, I adore Ham Sandiwich’s new one ‘Bodies’.

Also, I’m bad, today is my godson Cian’s birthday and I didn’t give him a shout out. Happy Birthday Cian!!

The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171 // November 18 2017

Here’s the playlist for today’s show:

1. The Eskies: I’m not sorry
2. Nocturnes: Humans
3. Heavy Soda: Elephant
4. Hayes & Y: Always so Simple, Always So Cold
5. Penrose: Better Man
6. Picturehouse: Somebody Somewhere
7. Ivan Nicholas: Moving On
8. Trick Mist: Fraction (Phare Remix)
9. Wyvern Lingo: Out of my Hands – Ringsend Road Sessions
10. Peco: Self Harm – A Beginner’s Guide
11. HamsandwicH: Bodies
12. Sinead Harnett: Unconditional
13. Conor Mason: Grounds to Fall
14. Childhood: Too Old for My Tears
15. Rews: Your Tears

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 135 // Irish Film Festival London / Bodhrán lessons / Belfast Boxing Film

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 135 // Nov 19 2016

  • Kelly O’Connor of Irish Film Festival London
  • Bodhrán lessons with Ruairi Glasheen
  • Jonathan Harden talks Guard – a new Belfast Boxing Film

When you heard people on the radio say well we’ve a packed show for you, I often think, well, you still have 60 minutes so get on with it. This was one of those shows, three great guests and I also was delighted to have the first play of elephants and castles new single ‘Red Lemonade’.

Irish Film Festival London

Interview with Kelly O’Connor of the Irish Film Festival London

The Irish Film Festival London is now in it’s sixth year. I was delighted to be joined by founder, Kelly O’Connor to tell us about some of the screenings and Q&As that will be happening. The festival runs from November 23rd to November

You can follow Irish Film London on Facebook, Twitter and on their website.

Bodhrán lessons with Ruairi Glasheen

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So what are you up to on Saturday mornings between now and Christmas?

Ruairi Glasheen is a musician, percussionist and composer and os running bodhrán lessons in Westminster Music Library on Saturday mornings, starting November 26th.

You can get in touch with Ruairi on Facebook and book tickets for the bodhrán classes on Eventbrite.

Jonathan Harden speaks about Guard – a Belfast Boxing Film

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Jonathan Harden is an actor who is embarking on his directorial debut. Written by Bronagh Taggart, who appeared in The Fall as DC Gail McNally, Guard is a film set in the boxing world of Belfast and explores the relationship between a boxer and her father.

I really enjoyed the chat with Jonathan and it was quite refreshing to hear someone being so honest about how they’ve got on with crowdfunding.

You can find out about Guard on Facebook, Twitter, their website and you can contribute on Indiegogo

The London Ear on RTE 2XM // Show 135 // Playlist

1. Rews: Miss you in the dark
2. Chat with Kelly O’Connor of the Irish Film festival London
3. elephants and castles: Red Lemonade
4. Chat with Ruairi Glasheen about bodhrán lessons in London.
5. Tir Eolas: The Call
6. Chat with Jonathan Harden, director of Guard
7. Pearce McGloughlin and Nocturnes: Bright Star

Listen Again

Thanks for listening, The London Ear broadcast on DAB radio, Saorview and outside Ireland you can listen online.You can listen to the show again on the RTE player. The show is broadcast every Saturday at 1300.

Don’t forget to check out the RTE 2XM website. You can keep up with me here.

Check out The London Ear on Facebook and Twitter