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Veteran singer and Gradam Ceoil recipient Sarah Anne O’Neill embodies
the rich Tyrone singing tradition, and is a member of an illustrious
singing family. She will appear on a special edition of the Radio
show Celtic Bridge on Sunday June 7th. Set your alarms as this is an
early morning show.

Celtic Bridge is an inclusive programme on two of Northern Ireland’s
most popular radio stations within the Northern Media Portfolio.

The programme airs on both SIX FM and Q101.2 FM stretching from East Donegal to County Antrim and and can be heard live on the internet on and From 7-8 am Sundays. Belfast Musician Neil Martin and Ardstiúrthóir Comhaltas Senator Labhrás Ó Murchú have already been interviewed, Neil performed live in studio.

The programme features Irish traditional, Ulster Scots and Celtic folk
music. Produced and presented by Belfast singer, actor and
traditional and folk music columnist, Josephine Mulvenna, (a frequent
contributor and CD reviewer with Irish Music Magazine). Josephine
will bring listeners the best in Irish traditional, folk, Celtic
Music and song from throughout the Celtic Isles and Ulster Scots.
Celtic Bridge gratefully acknowledges its sponsorship by Walsh’s
Hotel, Maghera , County Derry and Foras na Gaeilge. The programme will
air both recent releases and back catalogue classics, in-studio
interviews, latest news on festivals, tours, concerts and album

Artists, record companies, festivals, agents, promoters, cultural
organisations and media please can send your recording and concert
details to Josephine Mulvenna at the following address:
Josephine Mulvenna. ‘Celtic Bridge’ c/o SIX FM
Head Office, 2c Park Avenue, Burn Road, Cookstown,
County Tyrone BT80 8AH
Or you can email:

Tel +353 87 2937544

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