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Wanderer John Spillane brings his magic nights to the Duncairn Arts Centre

Robert McMillen
In the TG4 series Spillane an Fánaí/Spillane the Wanderer, the eponymous Corkman travelliec the length and breadth of Ireland getting to know the town through the locals he meets while his new series for TG4, Na Bailéid, looks at the stories behind our best known ballads ..

Caoga bliain ag fás ach tá uaillmhianta móra fós ag Cumann Píobairí Ard Mhacha

Robert McMillen
The Armagh Pipers Club has instilled in its members an unfaltering faith in the local music tradition, whilst encouraging musicians to defy stereotype and to catapult Irish traditional music into new spheres on a global stage. Píobairí Ard Mhacha - a new three part series for BBC Two Northern Ireland - starts on Monday 17 October at 10pm.

Dúshláin agus spraoi le fáil i nGael-Ionad Mhic Goill le linn Fhéile na Carraige

Robert McMillen
FEILE na Carraige, the community Irish language festival based in the Upper Springfield area of west Belfast, started on Monday with a week packed with events such as lectures, film club, events for children, coffee morning, meditation, family fun day, music night, mountain walk, health events and a 10km charity race.

An turas corrach ón choláiste oiliúna go dtí an seomra ranga

Robert McMillen
Múinteoirí is a new three-part television series made for BBC Northern Ireland which follows four students as they embark on their journey to become Irish medium teachers in local Gaelscoileanna – while dealing with the various challenges of everyday life. It starts on BBC2 on Monday night at 10pm.

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