MP3: Culture comes to Northern Ireland's troubled city

10.06.2013

To download Culture comes to Northern Ireland's troubled city mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


Culture comes to Northern Ireland\'s troubled city MP3

The city of Derry in Northern Ireland is hosting a year-long program of cultural events after being named the first UK City of Culture. The city's troubled past is front and centre of some of the cultural offerings, and its name is still such a sensitive issue that both Derry and Londonderry are being used in the branding. Source: abc.net.au

More songs from abc.net.au

  • European inaction is scaring the world: Obama

    European inaction is scaring the world: Obama MP3

    The US president, Barack Obama, says the EU's inability to agree on a solution to the continent's sovereign debt crisis is scaring the world. The warning comes as EU leaders inch closer a bigger bailout facility designed to protect the big economies of Italy and Spain.

    26.09.2011

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    26.09.2011

  • Wheat exporters receive decades-old Iraq debt

    Wheat exporters receive decades-old Iraq debt MP3

    Up to 50,000 Australian farmers were short-changed when the Iraqi government defaulted on its debts before the first Gulf War. Now, two decades on, almost half of those grain growers have begun receiving cash payments. While some say the money is welcome other growers believe it's not all they're owed and they'd rather get none than the lesser amount.

    01.10.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    01.10.2012

  • Government renews commitment to mining tax spending

    Government renews commitment to mining tax spending MP3

    The Government might be getting less revenue from the revised mining tax, but it remains committed to the programs funded by the tax.

    15.02.2011

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    15.02.2011

  • Petrol theft on the rise

    Petrol theft on the rise MP3

    The number of people driving away from a petrol station without paying is on the rise. The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research says fraud is up by nearly 10 per cent in the last couple of years, with the majority of that petrol theft.

    05.12.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    05.12.2012

  • Energy Australia says opposition to wind farms could derail renewable energy target

    Energy Australia says opposition to wind farms could derail renewable energy target MP3

    Energy Australia has told the Climate Change Authority that to meet the current renewable energy target, wind power would have to be dramatically expanded, something many communities are likely to oppose. Others dispute the claim, and say the greatest threat to renewables comes not from community opposition, but from an uncertain investment climate.

    19.11.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    19.11.2012

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds