Sounds from the Emerald Isle.

Reply Sun 4 Aug, 2013 04:33 am
The Chieftains - - - O'Sullivan's March

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Reply Sun 4 Aug, 2013 04:36 am
Seán Ó Riada - - - O'Neill's March, (Marcshlua Uí Néill)

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Reply Thu 8 Aug, 2013 04:53 am
The Burning of Cork - 1920.
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Reply Fri 9 Aug, 2013 04:48 pm
Joe Dolan - - You're Such A good Looking Woman.

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Reply Sat 10 Aug, 2013 05:45 am
Brian Deady - - land on the moon

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Reply Tue 13 Aug, 2013 03:19 pm
Pat Quinn - - I need a bailout

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Reply Tue 13 Aug, 2013 04:14 pm
Kodaline - 'Love Like This'

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Reply Sat 24 Aug, 2013 05:50 pm
The Dubliners - - Molly Malone


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Reply Wed 4 Sep, 2013 06:14 pm
Julie Feeney - - Love is a Tricky Thing

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Reply Thu 5 Sep, 2013 06:10 pm
Villagers - Set The Tigers Free

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Reply Sun 22 Sep, 2013 05:48 am
Welcome to the Larry Gogan, Just a minute quiz.

Actual answers given to Larry on his quiz show. Always listened to the Just a minute quiz, some of the answers were so funny, have you in stitches.

Larry Gogan: "With what town in Britain is Shakespeare associated?"
Contestant: "Hamlet."

Larry Gogan: "Name the BBC's Grand Prix commentator? .... I'll give you a
hint. It's something you suck...."
Contestant: "Oh, DickieDavies." (Murray Walker is the correct answer).

Larry Gogan: "What was Jeeve's occupation?"
Contestant: "He was a carpenter."

Larry Gogan: "Complete this well known phrase. 'As happy as.....' hint
think of me."
Contestant: "Flies on sh1te."

Larry .....Apart from the Grand National , can you name another dangerous race ??
Caller.......The Arabs
Reply Tue 24 Sep, 2013 05:09 pm
Welcome to the Larry Gogan, Just a minute quiz.

1) Larry. Something a blind man might use?
Caller. A Sword

2) L. A Song with the word Moon in the title?
C. Blue Suede Moon

3) L. Name the Capital of France?
C. F

4) L. Name a bird with a long Neck?
C. Naomi Campbell

5) L. Name an occupation where you might need a torch?
C. A burglar

6) L. Where is the Taj Mahal?
C. Opposite the Dental Hospital

7) L. What is Hitlers first name ?
C. Heil

8) L. As happy as.... (Larry gave a hint - think of my name)
C. A pig in ****

9)L. Some famous brothers ?
C. Bonnie and Clyde.

10) L. Name a dangerous race ?
C. The Arabs

11) L. Something that floats in a bath ?
C. Water

12) L. An item of clothing worn by the Three Musketeers ?
C. A horse

13) L. Something you wear on a beach ?
C. A deckchair

14) L. A famous Royal ?
C. Mail

15)L. Something that flies that doesn't have an engine ?
C. A bicycle with wings

16) L. A famous bridge ?
C. The Bridge Over Troubled Waters

17) L. Something a cat does ?
C. Goes to the Toilet

18) L. Something you do in the bathroom ?
C. Decorate

19) L. A method of securing your home ?
C. Put the kettle on

20) L. Something associated with pigs ?
C. The Police

21) L. A sign of the Zodiac ?
C. April

22)L. Something people might be allergic to ?
C. Skiing

23) L. Something you do before you go to bed ?
C. Sleep

24) L. Something you put on walls ?
C. A roof

25) L. Something Slippery ?
C. A conman

26) L. A kind of ache ?
C. A fillet of fish

27) L. A Jacket Potato topping ?
C. Jam

28) L. A food that can be brown or white ?
C. A potato

29) L. A famous Scotsman?
C. Jock

30) L. A famous Scotsman?
C. Vinnie Jones

31)L. Something you open other than a door ?
C. Your bowels

32) L. What star do travelers follow?
C. Joe Dolan

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Reply Tue 24 Sep, 2013 05:15 pm
Gilbert O'Sullivan --- Alone Again (Naturally)

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Reply Wed 2 Oct, 2013 05:23 pm
Market Women’s Cries

Come buy my fine wares,
Plums, apples and pears.
A hundred a penny,
In conscience too many:
Come, will you have any?
My children are seven,
I wish them in Heaven;
My husband’s a sot,
With his pipe and his pot,
Not a farthen will gain them,
And I must maintain them.


Come, follow me by the smell,
Here are delicate onions to sell;
I promise to use you well.
They make the blood warmer,
You’ll feed like a farmer;
For this is every cook’s opinion,
No savoury dish without an onion;
But, lest your kissing should be spoiled,
Your onions must be thoroughly boiled:
Or else you may spare
Your mistress a share,
The secret will never be known:
She cannot discover
The breath of her lover,
But think it as sweet as her own.


Be not sparing,
Leave off swearing.
Buy my herring
Fresh from Malahide,
Better never was tried.
Come, eat them with pure fresh butter and mustard,
Their bellies are soft, and as white as a custard.
Come, sixpence a dozen, to get me some bread,
Or, like my own herrings, I soon shall be dead.
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Reply Fri 16 May, 2014 02:16 pm
The Furey's - When you were sweet sixteen.

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Reply Fri 16 May, 2014 02:19 pm
The Furey's - - The lonesome boatman.

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Reply Fri 16 May, 2014 02:21 pm
The Furey's - - The green fields of France.

Enjoy O.
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