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Bertie Ahern on The Wolfe Tones

Yesterday, in Stradbally, Portlaoise, The Wolfe Tones performed for the biggest crowd in Electric Picnic’s Electric Arena since the festival started.     Although many of the songs by the rebel music group were written before many attendees were born, the crowd had a wide range of ages – many of whom sang 'Oh, ah, up the Ra' to the band's song 'Celtic Symphony'.    Are our youth unaware of the meaning or do they not understand the implications? Kieran Cuddihy was joined by Bertie Ahern, Former Taoiseach and one of the architects of the Good Friday agreement to discuss...

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16.30 4 Sep 2023


Bertie Ahern on The Wolfe Tones


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Yesterday, in Stradbally, Portlaoise, The Wolfe Tones performed for the biggest crowd in Electric Picnic’s Electric Arena since the festival started. 

  

Although many of the songs by the rebel music group were written before many attendees were born, the crowd had a wide range of ages – many of whom sang 'Oh, ah, up the Ra' to the band's song 'Celtic Symphony'. 

 

Are our youth unaware of the meaning or do they not understand the implications? Kieran Cuddihy was joined by Bertie Ahern, Former Taoiseach and one of the architects of the Good Friday agreement to discuss...


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