Radio Free Eireann will broadcast this Saturday September 23rd on WBAI 99.5 FM radio or wbai.org at 12 noon New York time or 5 pm-6pm Irish time. Or listen any time after the broadcast on wbai.org/archives.
Belfast civil rights lawyer Niall Murphy will preview the premiere of the investigative documentary film No Stone Unturned, about the shocking murder of 6 patrons in a quiet pub in Loughinisland, County Down, as they gathered to watch the Ireland vs Italy World Cup Match, and the shocking British crown force cover-up which continues to shield the murderers.
Armagh Republican Cait Treanor - who will be the main speaker at the Duleek Commemoration for Irish patriot, Thomas Ashe, whose death took place after a hunger strike and brutal force-feeding 100 years ago - will talk about Ashe's life and legacy, the Duleek County Meath Memorial Committee ,and the commemorative events including a special launch of Paul McGlinchey's book about the 1981 Hunger Strike, Truth Will Out.
We will have a special live report from the McLean Avenue Fall Festival along Woodlawn's Emerald Mile, still one of New York's great Irish neighborhoods.
Co-host John McDonagh will update us on final preparations for his one man show, Off The Meter, On The Record, set to begin at the Irish Rep Theatre.
Radio Free Eireann is heard Saturdays at 12 Noon New York time on wbai 99.5 FM and wbai.org.
It can be heard at wbai.org in Ireland from 5pm to 6pm or anytime after the program concludes on wbai.org/archives.