Chris McHallem, a regular reader of Untold Dylan recently recorded a piece for RTE 1, which is the main Radio station in Ireland.
It is a speech station, which Chris suggests is the equivalent to BBC Radio 4 in the UK.
And he kindly sent Untold a copy of his broadcast saying that “I thought that you might like to listen to it.”
I found it riveting so I’ve gained permission from Chris to publish it here. It is just over seven minutes long and I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
I’m sorry that the volume is a little low but I’m told nothing can be done about this so I’m hoping this doesn’t spoil your enjoyment.
And perhaps I could make this a suitable reminder that Untold exists as it does, because people who enjoy Dylan’s music from all over the world, send in articles. Without all these contributors we would be as nought.
12 years of Untold Dylan
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We also have a very lively discussion group “Untold Dylan” on Facebook with around 8500 active members. Just type the phrase “Untold Dylan” in, on your Facebook page or follow this link And because we don’t do political debates on our Facebook group there is a separate group for debating Bob Dylan’s politics – Icicles Hanging Down