Murdy’s Museum, a short radio story about my innovative father

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Murdy’s Museum, a short radio documentary, originally created for CBC Outfront (2008) with producer, Kent Hoffman. (Kent and I later did CBC Fear Itself in 2002).

‘Murdy’s Museum’ is a sound story about my father, Murdy Daniel Conlin, and his magnificent and bizarre barn on our family property.  It’s a tribute to my father’s belief that anything is possible…you only have to try and see where it leads…

Murdy’s Museum, a short radio story


 

My father just died on March 20, 2017, and you can read the obituary here

Christy Ann in front of Murdy’s Museum, Welsford, Nova Scotia

When I listened to ‘Murdy’s Museum’ this morning, I was startled hearing my father’s voice, his laughter and delight in the music…we do live on in art and sound.

‘Murdy’s Museum’ is a tribute and celebration of our my father’s deep creativity and originality, and how it has shaped his children,and anyone else who had the pleasurable and unforgettable experience of meeting him. 

Sunset on Murdy’s Barn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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