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Sunday Opinion

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Roger Watterson hosts Sunday Opinion. Manx Radio's look into Manx Politics, island issues and events with regular contributions from special guests.

Join Roger every Sunday from 12.00 noon to 1.00 PM 

Sunday Opinion

Sunday, 20th April 2014

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Clerk of Tynwald Roger Phillips and acting Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories of Canada Colette LangloisOn this week’s programme Roger will be in conversation with the acting Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories of Canada Colette Langlois.

Colette visited the Isle of Man recently to find out more about the workings of Tynwald.

Roger will also be speaking to Clerk of Tynwald Roger Phillips about the role of the Clerk of Tynwald’s office, and the production of Hansard.

Sunday Opinion can be heard at manxradio.com and on the station's AM and FM services, just after the midday news. If you missed the programme, or want to hear any part of it again, it will be available in the Listen Again section of the website for the following 7 days.

Sunday, 13th April 2014

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Archibald Knox 1864-1933 by E C Quayle March 1933This week’s programme features an edited version of a celebration of the life and work of Archibald Knox held earlier this week.

The concert, at St German’s Cathedral in Peel, marked the 150th anniversary of the Manx-born designer’s birth.

Organised by the Isle of Man Archibald Knox Society, the evening was compered by Charles Guard and featured contributions from the Lieutenant Governor Adam Wood and President of Tynwald Clare Christian, and music from the Cathedral Choir, Caarjyn Cooidjagh and Barrule.

It also saw the premiere of a special composition by harpist Rachel Hair, ‘Eam y Feeaih (The Deer’s Cry)’, which was commissioned by Culture Vannin to mark the anniversary.

Sunday Opinion can be heard at manxradio.com and on the station's AM and FM services, just after the midday news. If you missed the programme, or want to hear any part of it again, it will be available in the Listen Again section of the website for the following 7 days.

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