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Poetry Day Ireland reading - Language as gestation: a female power
02 May 2019

Peggy O’Brien, whose collection, Tongues, is a poetic reimagining of the medieval Abelard and Heloise love story, in conversation with Deirdre Sullivan, author of Tangleweed and brine, a collection of reimagined fairy tales, moderated by Siobhán Parkinson, novelist and publisher with Little Island Books.

Recorded at dlr LexIcon on Thursday 02 May 2019

Listen back on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dlr-soundcloud/poetry-day-ireland-reading-languag...

Hugo Hamilton in conversation with Niall MacMonagle
02 May 2019

“The palm trees give the street a holiday atmosphere. There must be something in the soil they like. They have straight leaves that get a bit ragged, with split ends. At night you hear them rattling in the wind”. The narrator of Dublin palms has returned to Dublin to set up home with his partner Helen and their two children. Hugo Hamilton’s spectacular new novel is a powerful story of fragmentation and belonging, of emigrants and strangers and people returning.

Recorded at Studio Theatre, dlr Lexicon, Dún Laoghaire, Thurs 2 May 2019.

Listen back on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dlr-soumdcloud/podcast-2-may-dlr-lexicon-library-voices-hugo-hamilton-dublin-palms





F. M. O'Flanagan: recorder of Dalkey
09 April 2019

David Gunning, Archivist in Residence at dlr LexIcon launches the exhibition he has curated which features material relating to F.M. O’Flanagan, Dalkey resident, activist and founding member of many local clubs and associations. The exhibition contains a selection of documents and publications relating to The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey!

Recorded at dlr Lexicon on Tuesday, April 9th 2019.

Listen back on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dlr-soundcloud/f-m-oflanagan-recorder-of-dalkey

First Dáil Centenary talk with Michael Doran
22 January 2019

Michael Doran gives a talk on the centenary of the First Dáil which was held on January 21st 1919 in the Mansion House. The first President of Dáil Éireann was Cathal Brugha.
Michael regularly lectures in dlr LexIcon as part of the UCD Adult Education History Programmes.

Recorded at dlr Lexicon Studio on Tuesday, January 22nd 2019.

Listen back on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dlr-soundcloud/podcast-michael-doran-first-dail-2...

100 Poems: A celebration of Seamus Heaney’s best-loved poems
29 November 2018

Before his death, Seamus Heaney had intended to assemble a personal selection of poems as an introduction for new readers. He never managed to do this himself but now the project has been completed by the Heaney family. To celebrate the publication of 100 Poems, an all-star cast including Marie Heaney, Paula Meehan, Colette Bryce, Simon Armitage, Mark Doty and John Kelly read selected Heaney poems, sure to be amongst your favourites. Music by Colm Mac Con Iomaire.

Recorded in the Pavilion Theatre on Thursday 29 November 2018

Listen back here: https://soundcloud.com/dlr-soundcloud/untitled-11292018-200600