Celtic Bridge on Comhaltas hosted online by Dún Uladh Cultural Heritage Centre, the Ulster regional centre for Comhaltas, a weekly established programme of Irish traditional & folk music and song, Celtic Bridge ‘the voice of Ulster’ bringing listeners the music, artists and places throughout the ancient province of Ulster and it’s Celtic links across the waters. This brand new initiative between Celtic Bridge and Comhaltas will include albums, outside broadcast recordings, studio guests and archival material, and a weekly events listing of all things folk and trad. Catch up with Celtic Bridge news www.facebook.com/celticbridgewithjosephinemulvenna www.facebook.com/dunuladh Contact details info@dunuladh.ie josephinesings@gmail.com eventsirishmusic@hotmail.com 028 82242777. New programmes will be available every Sunday from 6 pm. Bígí Linn’


9 Apr
The Geordie Hanna Traditional Singing Weekend return visit.

Celtic Bridge on Comhaltas returns to the 29th Geordie Hanna Traditional singing weekend for the remainder of our broadcast from the weekend at the Lough Shore at Derytresk in the company of Niall Wall, Bernadette Morris McCann, Róise Devlin, Mairead Walls, Jane Cassidy, Deirdre Scanlon and Tony O'Callaghan, also a quick catch up with the WKPF in the company of both Eamonn Curran and Martin McCormick. So join us for our gathering briefly in the County Armagh and back to the shores of Lough Neagh in County Tyrone, events news included, so tune in. Celtic Bridge hosted by Dún Uladh www.dunuladh.ie
16 Apr
Easter Sunday traveling Ulster

Celtic Bridge on Comhaltas travels around the 9 counties of Ulster for a very special Easter Sunday broadcast, artists, their music and songs evocative and perfect for the céilí in the kitchen. So join us for a special Easter gathering this evening as we take to the roads of our ancient province from 6 pm, Beannachtaí na Cásca.
23 Apr
Ciaran Mulholland - An Antrim Fiddle

Celtic Bridge on Comhaltas travels to the foot of Slemish Mountain in County Antrim to the home place of Belfast born and Braid based fiddle master Ciaran Mulholland for live tunes and songs by the fireside, a chat about his recent album 'An Antrim Fiddle' tracks from his album and excerpts from his album launch at Gig 'n the Bann in Portglenone a few months ago, a very special broadcast recorded just before Christmas eve in the company of Ciaran Mulholland. Join us from 6 pm this Sunday evening at www.dunuladh.ie/radio
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