Today marks the centenary of the birth of Samuel Beckett, born 13th April 1906, and to tie in with the Centenary Festival, here are a few links. The Guardian has a collection of its recent articles on Beckett, while RTÉ has its own round-up, including online links to some of the radio plays and Stunned has a timely image. Happy birthday, Sam!
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