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Ulysses (broadcast)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ulysses
James Joyce
Complete Recording
Ulysses 1982 broadcast CD cover.jpg
Studio album by
RTÉ Players
Recorded1982
GenreDrama
Length29:44:55
LabelRTÉ with the Lannan Foundation

The Ulysses broadcast occurred on Bloomsday 1982 when the Irish state broadcaster, RTÉ Radio, transmitted an uninterrupted 30-hour dramatised radio performance, by 33 actors of the RTÉ Players, of the entire text of James Joyce's epic novel, Ulysses, to commemorate the centenary of the author's birth (born 2 February 1882).[1] The broadcast was carried by live relay internationally[2] and won a Jacob's Broadcasting Award in recognition of its achievement.

The full 30-hour broadcast was repeated for the first time in 38 years on RTÉ Radio 1 Extra on 16 June 2020, beginning at 8 am. The decision to repeat the broadcast was influenced by the death of Joyce's grandson and literary estate executor, Stephen Joyce, in January 2020 and by the quarantine introduced in Ireland to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.[3]

The novel Ulysses contains about 265,000 words from a vocabulary of 30,030 words.[4] This record-breaking and historic[1][5] live literary broadcast was originally released to the public, after the broadcast, as a recording on 20 audio cassettes in 1982[6] and later digitally remastered on CD in two formats: as a 32-CD boxed set, and as a three-CD set of MP3 audio files, released in 2004 (OCLC 315482641 and 605276262).[7]

Track listing (MP3 version)

Disc 1 Length   9:57:05
Track Episode Time
01 Telemachus 45:52
02 Nestor 32:26
03 Proteus 48:07
04 Calypso 45:44
05 Lotus Eaters 42:25
06 Hades 1:08:58
07 Aeolus 1:07:59
08 Lestrygonians 1 52:06
09 Lestrygonians 2 31:45
10 Scylla and Charybdis 1 56:11
11 Scylla and Charybdis 2 20:14
12 Wandering Rocks 1 1:01:06
13 Wandering Rocks 2 24:12
Disc 2 Length   10:02:29
Track Episode Time
14 Sirens 1 1:10:04
15 Sirens 2 27:08
16 Cyclops 1 1:02:11
17 Cyclops 2 1:11:08
18 Nausicaa 1 58:34
19 Nausicaa 2 45:15
20 Oxen of the Sun 1 57:13
21 Oxen of the Sun 2 1:03:10
22 Oxen of the Sun 3 20:06
23 Circe 1 1:07:56
24 Circe 2 59:44
Disc 3 Length   9:45:21
Track Episode Time
25 Circe 3 1:09:00
26 Circe 4 1:01:19
27 Circe 5 30:53
28 Eumaeus 1 1:01:14
29 Eumaeus 2 1:11:34
30 Ithaca 1 55:05
31 Ithaca 2 58:39
32 Ithaca 3 42:43
33 Penelope 1 59:08
34 Penelope 2 54:46
35 Penelope 3 21:00
Total length   29:44:55

Broadcast personnel (the RTÉ Players)

Narrators [8]

Cast

  • Leopold Bloom – Ronnie Walsh
  • Molly Bloom – Pegg Monahan
  • Stephen Dedalus – Patrick Dawson
  • Buck Mulligan – Gerry McArdle
  • Mr. Deasy – Brendan Cauldwell
  • Myles Crawford – Seamus Forde
  • Bantam Lyons – Jim Reid
  • Simon DedalusEamon Keane
  • Haines – Laurence Foster
  • Miss Douce – Colette Proctor
  • Miss Kennedy – Barbara McCaughey
  • Nosy Flynn – Gerald Fitzmahony
  • Ben Dollard – Breandán Ó Dúill
  • Ned Lambert – Denis Staunton
  • W.B. Murphy – Liam O'Callaghan
  • Cyril Sargent – Brendan Conroy
  • Colm – Colm Hefferon
  • Zoe Higgins – Marcella O'Riordan
  • Bella Cohen – Eileen Colgan
  • John Henry Menton – Eoin White
  • The Nymph – Cathryn Brennan
  • Virag – Christopher Casson
  • Old Gummy Granny – Neasa Ní Annracháin
  • Stephen's Mother – Joan Plunkett
  • Mrs. Yelverton-Barry – Daphne Carroll
  • Cissy Caffrey – Kate Minogue
  • Alf Bergin – Joe Taylor
  • The Gaffer – Ivan Hanly

Production personnel

  • Text Consultant – Roland McHugh
  • Sound Supervision – Marcus Mac Donald
  • Executive Producer – Micháel Ó hAodha
  • Director – William Styles

References

  1. ^ a b 1982 Recordings. RTÉ. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  2. ^ Cue the magical music of memory, Irish Times. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  3. ^ Ulysses on the radio: a 29-hour epic is released from the archives to mark Bloomsday Irish Independent, 2020-06-14.
  4. ^ Analyzing Ulysses Archived 2008-10-25 at the Wayback Machine by Avinash Vora, 2008-10-20. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  5. ^ Fair City actor Brendan Cauldwell dies at 83. Irish Independent, 2006-01-13. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  6. ^ Library catalogue entry. UCD. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  7. ^ Reading Ulysses. RTÉ. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.
  8. ^ Cast list. RTÉ. Retrieved: 2010-09-12.

External links

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