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Old Nov 1st 2006, 12:13 pm
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I listened to this interview in my car yesterday and thought it was so good I'd like to share it. The Irish are renowned storytellers and the interview with McCourt illustrates why.
Well worth a listen and still somewhat relevant to many immigrants, he takes questions from around the world;


http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/pr...the_word.shtml
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Well this went down like a lead balloon.............. Philistines
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Well this went down like a lead balloon.............. Philistines
lol- I misread the title....angela's ashes exploded!
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I am listening to it at the moment.

Out of the three books I liked Teacher Man the most.
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Originally Posted by lionheart
I listened to this interview in my car yesterday and thought it was so good I'd like to share it. The Irish are renowned storytellers and the interview with McCourt illustrates why.
Well worth a listen and still somewhat relevant to many immigrants, he takes questions from around the world;


http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/pr...the_word.shtml
Frank McCourt = twat
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Originally Posted by BigDavyG
Frank McCourt = twat
Yeah he does have an agenda, but he does spin some yarns
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