by Victor Canning.
Another chance to hear
Richard Griffiths as the shy solicitor's clerk who, in this second series of adventures, finds himself on the way to Paris to track down a client.
But before he sets off, he has an important question to put to a certain widow of his acquaintance.
Narrated by James Villiers.
Adapted by Andy Merriman and Eric Merriman Rpt
In 1992 the release of just one album took the Irish music industry by storm.
A Woman's Heart, featuring the combined talents of six female performers, achieved sales in excess of 300,000 and became the largest-selling album in the history of Irish music. To celebrate the release of the follow-up collection, which looks set to overtake the original, Tony McAuley listens to the songs and tunes and talks to Mary Black , Sharon Shannon ,
Maura O'Connell , Eleanor McAvoy and Frances Black , whose talents led to this successful collaboration.
He also meets Joe O'Reilly , whose small Dublin record label conceived the idea, and composer and music producer Phil Coulter , who reflects on the state of Irish music today.
Producer Jim Sheridan
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