Padraic Keane rarely heard recordings Facebook programs

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I came across a Facebook posting of Padraic Keane hosting a radio-like program featuring various older recordings from a number of musicians. The program seemed to be labeled as the 4th in a public series. I've never had a FB account so I'm a bit unfamiliar with maneuvering about it & much seems to be locked behind sign ins. Could someone please provide links to the other programs in the series?
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Ok, I found another link, this time to episode 7. Are the others available somewhere? I can't view much without being prompted to sign in

https://www.facebook.com/padraic.keane. ... TgyODIzOA/


edit: Here's #6, This one centers on Seamus Ennis' early travels collecting music from Connemara, Donegal & Cork.
https://www.facebook.com/padraic.keane. ... 122204577/
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Listening to this now - brilliant stuff, thanks for sharing
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I'm glad to share. Ive been enjoying these & looking forward to more. Thank you Padraic for your work putting these together & sharing them.

#8, some nice stuff here. just from memory of having just listened - De Dannan, Michael Coleman, Jim Donoghue, Touhey Early & McFadden, the piper Jem Byrne with an introduction of some recollections of him from Tommy Kearney, James Kelly & some others
https://www.facebook.com/padraic.keane. ... 792516376/
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Wow this is great! Thank you for sharing :)))
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Here's #9, which focuses on Bobby Casey & the musicians associated with him (There seems to be audio missing during some of the selections. Padraic mentions that FB muted parts over copyright & links to a 'fixed' version in the comments, but I couldn't find an actual link to anything else)

https://www.facebook.com/padraic.keane. ... 859437769/

#10 - last one (!), Martin Wynne with Vincent Harrison, kilfenora ceile band, an interview & some clips of Tommy Reck, Junior Crehan, Paddy Breen, Paddy Killoran with Willie Clancy, Packie then Micho Russell, Kevin Henry (video of playing followed by audio interview followed again by b&w video of playing with Michael & Patrick Flatley), & Martin Wynne & Vincent Harrison again

https://www.facebook.com/padraic.keane. ... 879745900/
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