Monday, October 12, 2015

Culture File Weekly No 39

This weekly we hear how the word "macaroni" came to be both an insult and a rallying cry and why a Linotype machine is like a piece of cheese. We meet Claudio Simonetti, the composer who created the music world of director, Dario Argento's horror films; and we interpret the Irish 1935 Public Dance Halls Act, through the medium of contemporary dance

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