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New Music Series with Dáithí Ó Sé on TG4
09 Jan 2014 : Aisling Newton
'Fuaimrian Mo Shaoil' - New TG4 series starts tonight at 8pm
Dáithí Ó Sé returns to TG4 tonight at 8pm in a brand new 13 part series called 'Fuaimrian Mo Shaoil' - ('Soundtrack of My Life').

The new series investigates how music and events can shape the lives of celebrities. Every week Dáithí is joined by a different personality from the world of music, sport politics and acting.

The first in a new series, Dáithí chats with former WBA and European Super Bantamweight champion, Bernard Dunne, as he reminisces about the music that drove his training, won the heart of his wife and reminds him of his children.

Over the 13 part series Dáithí will meet an eclectic bunch of guests which include musicians and singers such as Maighréad Ní Dhomhnaill, Pauline Scanlon, Mícheál O Súilleabháin and Nollaig Casey, as well as broadcasters Mary Kennedy, Dermot Somers, and Ger Canning. From the world of politics and journalism, Harry McGee and Michael McDowell will join Dáithí to talk about what inspires and drives them to succeed in life.

'Fuaimrian Mo Shaoil' is a Dearg Films production. The series was shot on location in South Studios with Windmill Lane camera men Gerry Mac Arthur and Martin Birney. The series was produced and directed by Brian Reddin and also produced by former Hothouse Flower Fiachna Ó Braonáin. The series was edited by Darren Chan.

The first episode of 'Fuaimrian Mo Shaoil' airs tonight (Thursday, 9th January) at 8pm.



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