08 The Cliffs of Moher, Roasted Salmon and The Devil’s Bit – AUDIO

Episode Guide – Podcast #08 The Cliffs of Moher, Roasted Salmon and The Devil’s Bit

Katherine Webster, Director of the Cliffs of Moher New Visitor Centre updates on their construction, we taste some of Fionn mac Cumhaill Salmon and we finish up with a song by Theresa Larkin.

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Show Notes

A special hello to the listeners we met at Milwaukee Irish Fest:

  • Anita and Patrick, Illinois
  • Helen and Alvey, Wisconsin
  • Bill and Peggy, Florida
  • Chloe, Ontario
  • Christin, Michigan
  • Theresa and Kathleen, Ireland

The Cliffs of Moher interview with Katherine Webster, Director of the Cliffs of Moher New Visitor Experience.

Food from the Fireside

Irish Fireside Song

  • The Devil’s Bit

Katherine Webster, Director

The Cliffs of Moher New Visitor Experience

  • www.cliffsofmoher.ie
  • Scheduled to open February 2007
  • New, partialy underground visitor centre
  • Extended and improved pathways
  • Raised viewing platforms
  • Katherine also mentions the legend of Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool) and Hag’s Head.
  • Places mentioned: Loop Head, Miltown Malbay, Kilkee, the Burren, Poulnabrone Dolmen, Lough Derg, St. Fachtna Cathedral in Kilfenora, Killaloe (Heritage Centre, Brian Boru Fort, Graves of the Leinstermen, Lookout), Kilbaha (the Little Ark), Corkscrew Road.

Fionn mac Cumhaill’s Whiskey Roasted Salmon

The Devil’s Bit/Miss Jane MacInnes Dandeleith – Waltz/Reel

  • Written by: Theresa Larkin
  • Performed by: Noel McQuaid – Bouzouki/Mandolins/Banjo
  • Theresa Larkin – Flute/Fiddles/Accordion/Synthesizer
  • Martin – Shakers/Snare Drum
  • Adele – Cello

Author: Corey

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  1. Heard questions mentioned about finding routes/roads off the beaten track in Clare. A great resource is the Burren map that contains small roads, sites and Burren details you won’t find anywhere else.
    Here is a link on our site that has more information about the Burren, the map and our adventures.

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