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'I would have thought they were brown'

Frank in Coalisland asks if anyone has noticed the colour of a donkey's eyes. Marian in Conlig would like more 'Hey Willy' conversations.

Frank in Coalisland asks if anyone has noticed the colour of a donkey's eyes. Marian in Conlig would like more 'Hey Willy' conversations. Michael asks if we pronounce butchers as 'boot-chers' or 'butt-chers'. Sean is a soft 'butt'. Liam watched Engelbert Humperdinck on TV the other night and he didn't have a grey hair on his head. Archie in Saintfield hears Sean talking about bags all the time and wonders if he is any relation to Roy Cropper from Coronation Street. Sidney's wife had a wee fall and she's in hospital and now the electric blanket doesn't work so he would like Sean to play a song that would keep him warm in bed. Who is the patron saint of music? Music from Simon and Garfunkel, Patsy Cline, Mike Denver, Julie Rogers, Mrs Mills and more.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Simon & Garfunkel

    Bye Bye Love

  • Mike Denver

    Sylvia's Mother

  • Christie

    San Bernadino

  • The New Seekers

    Never Ending Song Of Love

  • Andy Williams

    In The Summertime

  • Petula Clark

    Sailor

  • Jim Reeves

    I Love You Because

  • Nat King Cole

    He'll Have To Go

  • Buck Owens

    Act Naturally

  • The Beach Boys

    cotton Fields

  • Patsy Cline

    Life's Railway To Heaven

  • Nana Mouskouri

    The White Rose Of Athens

  • The Migil 5

    Mockingbird Hill

  • Julie Rogers

    The Wedding

  • Sing Along

    She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain

  • Ray Coniff Singers

    Deep In The Heart Of Texas

  • Marvin Rainwater

    Whole Lotta Woman

  • Joe Dolan

    But I Do

Broadcast

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