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Best Irish Hound podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Irish Hound podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Two friends Conor and Charles talk about random troubles in the world and school with added humor. Some bits may be offensive but everyone is offensive (don't lie to yourself) so play the show and relax in the land of Pixies and rambling with included guests!Twitter: @IrishHoundPodFacebook: Irish Hound PodcastYouTube: IrishHoundPodcastLeave a review and Subscribe to the show!
 
Story Archaeology combines the breadth of knowledge and skills of the storyteller with academic exploration of ancient texts. We focus on the Irish tradition, peeling back the layers of modern folklore to unearth the potsherds and treasuries of our heritage. On storyarchaeology.com, you will find regular podcasts and articles about Irish Mythology by the Story Archaeologists; Chris Thompson and Isolde Carmody.
 
Full of delightful fairy tales, charming poems and engaging stories, this is the fifth volume of the "My Bookhouse" series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920's as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children's literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes. (Summary by Maria Therese) Note: Due to a numbering error, the audio introductions do not say "Section 6" but jump ...
 
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The 'Non-Chasers' are forced into self isolation, but the dishies still roll on - and they've turned to a daily bite-sized show, bringing 'Show Me The Money' to the masses every night from Monday-Friday as we get through these testing times. Listen now to find out their best four selections from around the country this Wednesday 💰…
 
This time last year, I was struggling with what felt like an impossible task. I was asked to come up with a scripted screenplay for the Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, Roscommon. This short animation was commissioned by Nollaig Feeney, the Roscommon Heritage Officer and was a direct outcome of the Schools workshops undertaken in the county in support o…
 
Medb, Queen of Connacht, is rightly renowned in Irish legend and mythology, as a strong and influential woman leader. Her centre of power, Cruachan Ai, is still recognised as one of the most important Iron-age sites in Ireland. Medb lead her people in her own name and by her own right. She was a strong woman in a society largely dominated by strong…
 
Join Chris Thompson as she takes a story-teller's view of the old Irish stories. Who told the and why were they so memorable. In this audio article, Chris celebrates the old stories and explores the challenges in telling them today.For those who have asked me for ideas and advice on story telling generally, I am going to be devoting a section of my…
 
The Dagda with his cauldron of abundance, from which none leave unsatisfied, epitomises the deep and ancient yearning we feel for mid-winter indulgence and good company. It may be that the cauldron had more to offer than just a solid meal. Join Chris, from the Story Archaeologists, as she dips into this extravagant cooking pot.This audio article is…
 
They came, they punted and they didn't quite get the Melbourne Cup winner. Paddy is still down in the dumps after Poke The Bear's dismal showing, whilst Rhino's onto his 15th 'wife and kids job' after Black Opium also failed. In positive news, Squirrel's subbed in for Gunner and he finds you a swag of winners in the Brissy Cup heats this weekend.…
 
We regularly receive questions from listeners and readers. We try to answer them as soon as we can but many are well worth exploring in more detail. Here we discuss just three. Firstly there is the problem of 'coir', a word that we use regularly in episodes to express an important but complex concept. Another term we frequently use is 'poet' to cov…
 
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