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Posted by on Sep 30, 2008 in Audio & Video, Destinations, Irish Travel Resources, Music, Podcast | 4 comments

57 Interview with Katherine Webster, County Clare, Tommy Makem, the Cliffs of Moher & So Much More – AUDIO

Episode Guide – Podcast #57 Interview with Katherine Webster, County Clare, Tommy Makem, the Cliffs of Moher & So Much More

We enjoy a chat with Katherine Webster from County Clare and feature an original song honoring musician Tommy Makem. CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON below to listen.

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Show Notes

00:00
Intro – Opening song: “The Devil’s Bit” Theresa Larkin and Noel McQuaid

 

00:19
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01:00
Another Aer Lingus sale www.aerlingus.com

 

01:50
Interview with Katherine Webster from The Cliffs of Moher New Visitor Experience. She gives us all the juicy bits on the scandal at O’Brien’s Tower, where to go in Clare and shares some lesser-known activities in the Shannon Region.

 

22:14
The Man Who Dug the Well” a tribute in song to Tommy Makem by Deanna Smith Scotland.

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4 Comments

  1. I can’t wait to download the podcast. It will certainly come in handy. Tomorrow is the day! Off to Ireland in the morning and Co Clare by Sat.
    Cheer on the Brewers for me while I am gone! 26 years and the play offs have to be while I am gone!
    Look out Ireland here we come!

  2. corey says…sounds like we posted just in time. Have a safe trip and be sure to let us know how things went.

    I hope your trip is crowned with some Brewers’ wins when you return.

  3. Looking forward to touring Ireland next year. Thanks for your travel blog & podcasts.

  4. Loved this podcast. I have been to the area
    a few times and your podcast brought back many
    wonderful memories :)

    ~kimme

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