Johnny (Phelim Drew), formerly a homeless heroin addict who is trying to put the past behind him. He wants to get to know his children and to be a proper father, but when people have long memories it’s not easy to win trust again. And Johnny’s tendency to shoot his mouth off doesn’t help.
More episodes from "Drama On One"
Eggsistentialism by Joanne Ryan
51:58The radio version of the acclaimed stage show. Looking down the barrel of her final fertile years, one modern woman goes on a comical quest to uncover the ifs, hows and crucially the whys of reproducing her genes.
Morning Coffee by Dermot Bolger Drama on One
41:39stranger from the past drives into the yard of on an elderly couple. Is this seemingly benign intrusion the action of a man seeking to make atonement and bring justice, or wreak havoc on the lives of the couple?"
In the Wings - Eggsistentialism by Joanne Ryan Drama on One
21:57Featuring writer Joanne Ryan and actor Eamonn Hunt
Love,Joy,Peace by Thomas Kinsella Drama on One
14:56In Memory of the Poet Thomas Kinsella who died 22nd December 2022. A great friend of Drama on One
Butcher's Dozen by Thomas Kinsella Drama On One
15:02In Memory of the late Thomas Kinsella a poet of outstanding humanity, depth and feeling. written in response to the 'response' to Bloody Sunday, Derry 30th January 1972 introduced and read by the author
Digging For Fire by Daragh Dukes, Eoin O Kelly & Kevin Brew Drama On One
40:58Digging For Fire: Daragh Dukes, Eoin O Kelly & Kevin Brew explore the nature of youthful creativity as they remember their participation in the Limerick band scene of the early 90s
In the Wings Morning Coffee by Dermot Bolger Drama On One
23:17Writer Dermot Bolger, director Eithne Hand and actors Donncha Crowley, Helen Roche and Tatianna Ouliankina sepak about their work on Dermot's play Morning Coffee.
The Dead by James Joyce Part 1 - read by Stephen Rea Drama On One
8:34Part 1 -Taking place on Nollaig na mBan at 15 Usher's Island, The Miss Morkan's annual dance was always a great affair. It’s after 10’o clock when their favourite nephew Gabriel Conroy and his wife Greta arrive.
The Dead by James Joyce Part 2 - read by Stephen Rea Drama On One
9:26Part 2 - Taking place on Nollaig na mBan at 15 Usher's Island, The dancing has begun, the party is warming up as more guests arrive. Fearing an incident, however, Aunt Kate dispatches Gabriel to chaperone Freddy Malins.
The Dead by James Joyce Part 3 - read by Stephen Rea Drama On One
11:30Taking place on Nollaig na mBan at 15 Usher's Island and having successfully manoeuvred Freddy Malins upstairs, Gabriel’s irritation increases as his dancing partner, Miss Ivors, teases him gently, but relentlessly.