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Posted by on Nov 13, 2009 in Audio & Video, Midlands, Podcast, Shannon | 1 comment

96 It’s Not Such a Long Way to Tipperary – AUDIO

Cottage near Holyford, County Tippeary, IrelandEpisode Guide – Podcast #96 It’s Not Such A Long Way to Tipperary

In this audio podcast episode, we chat with Piers Duggan from County Tipperary, and we thank our listeners for their votes in the Podcast Awards.

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Show Notes

00:00
Intro: The Devil’s Bit by Theresa Larkin & Noel McQuaid

00:35
Thanks to our listeners for getting us nominated to the Podcast Awards – Now, listeners choose the winners at www.podcastawards.com. Vote daily until Nov 30, 2009.
Travel – Irish Fireside
Podsafe Music – The Irish and Celtic Music Podcast

01:37
Blog Features

02:32
Talking about Tipperary with Piers Duggan
Location: Central Ireland – South Midlands – Golden Vale

  • Slieve Felim
  • Comeragh Mountains
  • Slievenamon
  • Rock of Cashel
  • Devil’s Bit

04:22

06:00
Inland Counties: Tipperary, Offally, Laois, Kilkenny
Holy Cross

07:00
Castle Tour: Kilkenny Castle, tower houses scattered throughout Ireland, Nenagh Castle and Old Gaol (Jail) House, Roscrea Castle & Damer House, Birr Castle, Kinnitty Castle

09:30
Tourism in Ireland

10:50
Tipperary Artisans
The Gifted Hand Irish Turf by Joannes Berkery – www.turfpeat.com
Official Irish Dirt by Pat Burke – www.officialirishdirt.com
Irish Preserves by Crossogue Preserves – www.crossoguepreserves.com

11:55
Fly Shannon Airport, but Dublin is an option

12:50
Lough Derg

14:13
It’s a Long Way to Tipperary

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1 Comment

  1. Nice interview with Piers Duggan about my favorite place in all of Ireland – County Tipp of course. Makes me homesick.
    Liam, beautiful rendition of “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”. I had only heard faster, more raucous versions in the past. This was much more nostalgic – I don’t need more nostalgia. Slan, Jim

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