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Ceol ar an Imeall 5-1

Parental Rating: G

On the show this week we meet Young Wonder, an electronic pop group from Cork. We also meet The Riptide Movement, an Irish rock band formed in Dublin in 2006.

First Shown: 18 Mar

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Imeall is our flagship bilingual arts series returns for its 9th season

This season brings a new addition to the presenting team, Irish poet Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh who will be co-presenting alongside Tristan Rosenstock. Our team of artist-reporters including artist Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh and Hothouse Flowers Fiachna Ó Braonáin join us again this year to follow the creative process around the country as we document the works and lives of the beloved and relatively unknown.

The exciting season premiere will feature Fergal McCarthy talking about his exhibition Take me to the River, currently at VISUAL, Carlow; Temper-Mental MissElayneous who has been described as one of the country’s most exciting and provocative solo performers in any musical style; Fiachna will be talking to Dublin musician, Colm Mac Con Iomaire from The Frames; and Ailbhe meets Harry Potter animator Rory Fellowes.

This year will also feature interviews from singer/songwriter Neil Hannon, singer/songwriter Brian Kennedy; poet Simon Ó Faoláin; and singer/songwriter Lewis Kenny.

An honest and intricate series and adhering to the highest standards of creativity and production, Imeall  delicately documents and profiles the people, places and initiatives that enrich our cultural heritage.

Produced by Red Shoe Productions

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