Radio review: Strange days as the post office is pensioned off

Eerily cheerily, Redmond Hatch makes a world of bluesky-thinking family life with his beloved wife and daughter, Catherine and Immy. But earlier, Red has studied the trade of the psychotic with the creepy Ned Strange, author of Planxty Strange and do

26th January, 2008

Eerily cheerily, Redmond Hatch makes a world of bluesky-thinking family life with his beloved wife and daughter, Catherine and Immy. But earlier, Red has studied the trade of the psychotic with the creepy Ned Strange, author of Planxty Strange and doyen of the Donegal hills.

Ned’s a fabulous fiddler, and parents from Buncrana to Boston send their children to learn from him. But he’s also an alcoholic who can turn in a second from oozing...

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