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#123 Exploring Ingenious Ireland with Mary Mulvihill – AUDIO

marymulvihillEpisode Guide – Podcast #124 Exploring Ingenious Ireland

In this episode, we chat with Mary Mulvihill about Ireland’s science and innovation contributions with a look at the Hill of Tara, Newgrange, the Antrim Coast, Dublin City, and interesting places throughout Ireland

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Show Notes

00:00
Hill of Tara from Ingenious Ireland

00:47
Intro
Devil’s Bit

02:00
Today’s Episode

02:33
Mary Mulvihill
www.ingeniousireland.ie
The Atlas of Ingenious Ireland

04:47
Newgrange: World’s Oldest Astronomical Building

06:13
7 Wonders of Ireland
Valentia Tetrapod Fossil Trackway: Valentia Island, Co Kerry

08:18
Birr Castle Telescope: Largest telescope in the world for 70 years
Science Centre
Demesne

11:34
Irish mathematics land a man on the moon
Ferguson’s tractor

12:15
Ingenious Ireland Book
Ingenious Dublin Walking Tour
Audio Guide Tours

13:40
Historic Streets of Dublin

15:30
#4 Kildare Street

16:40
Hill of Tara

20:25
Boyne Valley
Loughcrew

20:36
Free and Paid Guides
National Botanic Gardens
Royal Irish Academy: Illustrated Manuscript and Thomas Moore’s Harp – also available in Irish
€2.99 for Paid Guides

22:00
Royal Canal

23:28
Mary’s interest in science

25:25
Giants Causeway
Larne to drive the Antrim Coast Road
Great Sea Wall of Dublin

27:40
Hook Head Light House
Mizen Light House and Footbridge

30:40
www.ingeniousireland.ie

31:40
Irishfireside Resources
Blog
Facebook
E-Newsletter
Twitter
www.IrelandTravelKit.com

32:30
Complimentary Hill of Tara Map and Guide

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