Frank Harte - Broadcast

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Broadcast

  • 'Singing Voices', five part series for RTÉ Radio 1 first broadcast in May 1987 each on a different aspect of the Irish singing tradition.
  • Appearance on 'Come West Along the Road' series one singing 'Napoleon Bonaparte' originally from the RTÉ series 'Fonn'
  • Main subject of the television documentary 'Se Mo Laoch - Frank Harte' for TG4, directed by Philip King
  • Main subject of the memorial radio documentary 'And Listen to my Song' by Peter Browne (Irish musician) for RTÉ Radio. Listen to it here.
  • Main subject of a radio documentary called 'Frank Harte Remembered' by Mick Moloney on RTÉ Radio a year after his death. Listen to it here.

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