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'You couldn't get your tubin' scuffed...'

In Belfast leather footballs were called 'casers'. In Derry they were called 'a tube and cover' or 'tubin'' for short and they were never allowed to be taken into the street.

In Belfast leather footballs were called 'casers'. In Derry they were called 'a tube and cover' or 'tubin'' for short and they were never allowed to be taken into the street. Ellen in Ballymoney has two radios, one to listen to Radio Ulster on, the other to listen to Radio North (only on Sundays, though). But the Radio Ulster radio isn't working so she'll have to get her nephew to have a look at it. Where is Mick McCarthy from? Music from Clout, Leo Sayer, Gordon Lightfoot, Los Bravos, Vic Damone and more.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • The Piranhas

    Zambezi

  • Clout

    Substitute

  • Leo Sayer

    The Show Must Go On

  • R.B. Greaves

    Something There To Remind Me

  • Gordon Lightfoot

    If You Could Read My Mind

  • Lobo

    Me & You & A Dog Named Boo

  • Charlie Landsborough

    Part Of Me

  • Los Bravos

    Black Is Black

  • Tom Jones

    My Elusive Dreams

  • Kenny Rogers

    Today I Started Loving You Again

  • Christy Moore

    John O'Dreams

  • Rick Nelson

    Truck Driving Man

  • Brendan Quinn

    Ticking Over

  • Eric Carmen

    Hungry Eyes

  • Johnny Cash

    Ring Of Fire

  • Patsy Cline

    I Fall To Pieces

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