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Written By Seamus Mulligan THE ROSE OF TRALEE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL IS HELD ANNUALLY IN COUNTY KERRY AND IS BASED ON THE LOVE SONG, ‘THE ROSE OF TRALEE’ BY WILLIAM MUCHINOCK, A 19TH CENTURY WEALTHY MERCHANT. HIS LOVE FOR THE MAID, MARY O’CONNOR, WAS RESTRICTED BY THE BOUNDARIES OF SOCIAL CLASS DIFFERENCES. AFTER EMIGRATING TO INDIA, […]

Written by Seamus Mulligan KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS THROUGH THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, FATHER MCGIVNEY GAVE CATHOLIC LAYMEN A NEW OPPORTUNITY – THE CHANCE TO GROW IN HOLINESS WHILE CONTRIBUTING TO THEIR PARISHES, COMMUNITIES AND SECURITY OF THEIR FAMILIES. TODAY, MORE AND MORE CHURCH LEADERS ARE RECOGNIZING HIS SPIRITUAL GENIUS IN ANIMATING THE LAITY. THE KNIGHTS […]

Written by Seamus Mulligan

Feast of Irish Music’s – Seamus Mulligan, Sunday, 2 PM – 5 PM On air since 1988, Feast of Irish Music presents what Ireland and the Irish have accomplished with admiration, intelligence, and pride. The show, hosted by Seamus Mulligan, features Irish music, interviews, history, and culture.  For the sports enthusiast, “The Man in the […]

  Irish Hit Parade’s - Bill Bailey, Saturday, 4 PM - 7 PM   Born and raised in the traditions, culture, and music of Ireland, Bill is a South Boston native that graduated from the school of hard knocks, Boston College, and Boston University.  He says he loves everything about music. He believes it tells [...]

Paul Sullivan, Saturday, 10 AM – 1 PM Since 1982, Paul has been presenting Irish music on WROL 950 AM.  A West Roxbury native, Paul graduated from Boston Latin School and Stonehill College.  He has worked in multiple radio formats and produced commercials, which have aired throughout the region.  He describes broadcasting as his vocation. […]

The Irish Hit Parade began its historic run on radio station WRYT (950 AM) in September 1967. Actually, that’s not entirely accurate. At its beginning, the Irish hour was called “The Irish Hour” because it was, literally, a one-hour block of Irish music initially hosted by a gentleman named Pat McDonough. The very earliest history […]


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