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01The Sisters1998101220000703

By James Joyce, abridged by Maurice Leitch, read by Barry McGovern.

An old priest dies, and a close friend who tended him in his last days hears rumours that question his fond memories of the deceased.

By James Joyce, read by Barry McGovern and abridged in five parts by Maurice Leitch.

1: `The Sisters'.

An old priest dies.

A close friend who tended him in his last days hears rumours that question his fond memories.

01The Sisters20140203

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader....Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by.... Neil Martin.

02An Encounter1998101320000704

By James Joyce, read by Ciaran Hinds, abridged by Maurice Leitch.

Two boys play truant from school and go in search of adventure.

By James Joyce, read by Ciaran Hinds and abridged in five parts by Maurice Leitch.

2 `An Encounter'.

Two boys bunk off from school in search of adventure.

02An Encounter20140204

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger....Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

03Araby1998101420000705

By James Joyce, read by Gabriel Byrne.

A boy spies on his beautiful young neighbour at bedtime and determines to buy her a present.

Five short stories from the collection by James Joyce, abridged by Maurice Leitch.

3: `Araby', read by Gabriel Byrne.

03Araby20140205

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

04Eveline1998101520000706

By James Joyce, read by Gabriel Byrne.

Eveline waits for her sailor love and dreams of going to Buenos Aires.

Five short stories from the collection by James Joyce.

4: `Eveline', read by Gabriel Byrne.

04Eveline20140206

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

05After The Race20140207

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger: Doreen Estall

Reader: Stephen Rea

Producer: Stephen Wright.

05 LASTClay1998101620000707

By James Joyce, abridged by Maurice Leitch, read by Ciaran Hinds.

Unglamorous washerwoman Maria looks forward to her brother's forthcoming Hallowe'en party.

Five short stories from the collection by James Joyce.

5: `Clay', read by Ciaran Hinds

06Two Gallants20140210

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger: Doreen Estall

Reader: Stephen Rea

Producer: Stephen Wright.

07The Boarding House20140211

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

08A Little Cloud20140212

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

09Counterparts20140213

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger: Doreen Estall

Reader: Stephen Rea

Producer: Stephen Wright.

10Clay20140214

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

11A Painful Case20140217

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger: Doreen Estall

Reader: Stephen Rea

Producer: Stephen Wright.

12Ivy Day In The Committee Room (part One)20140218

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

13Ivy Day In The Committee Room (part Two)20140219

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

14A Mother20140220

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

15Grace (part One)20140221

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

16Grace (part Two)20140224

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

17The Dead (part One)20140225

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright

Music by - Neil Martin.

18The Dead (part Two)20140226

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright.

19The Dead (part Three)20140227

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright.

20 LASTThe Dead (part Four)20140228

Naturalistic in style, 'Dubliners' depicts an array of characters, graduating progressively from childhood, through adolescence, to maturity, culminating in the final story, 'The Dead'. The stories each centre on the idea of a moment of epiphany, but are grounded in the minutiae of daily life. Stories of love, loss, con men, friendship, alcoholism, marriage, politics and family, combine to create a unified world, a celebration of a city, in the unparalleled prose of its most famous son.

Abridger - Doreen Estall

Reader - Stephen Rea

Producer - Stephen Wright.