Seán Ó Mordha

Life
1943- ; ed. Colaiste Mhuire and UCD; RTE producer; edited Inntie in 1960s and 1970s; issued Roger Casement Remembered (1969), incls. interview with joseph Zerhusen, Casement’s interpreter in Germany, then 89; also Stone Mad (1969); documentary films on Joyce, McGahern, Bowen, and Beckett; Micheál (1973), interview of MacLiammoir by Sean MacRéamoinn, in Irish; worked on Sevean Days and Feach, 1970s; The Blue Note, profile of Sean Riana (1981); Is There One Who Understands Me? (1982), documentary on James Joyce, won Emmy; programmes on Yeats, Parnell and Wilde; Silene to Silence (1984) and Story was Told (1995), profiles of Beckett; left RTÉ and set up own company, Araby Productions; received investment from RTÉ and BBC; issued The Story of the Irish State (

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Criticism
See Saturday Profile, in The Irish Times ([?] March 2000).

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