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Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in Audio & Video, Podcast, recap | 6 comments

#130 Keeping Your Trip to Ireland Alive After You Get Home

Galway Hooker#130 Keeping Your Trip to Ireland Alive After You Get Home

In this episode our listeners share the ways they keep their trips to the Emerald Isle alive.

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Show Notes

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

00:40
Blog Awards Ireland – Best Blog of the Diaspora – www.blogawardsireland.com

01:00
TG4 – Irish language television – www.tg4.ie

01:35
Maggie – Windsor, CT

03:25
Dan – Grand Haven, MI – Traveling Down an Irish Road

04:04
Anne – South Lake Tahoe, CA – www.celticharpmusic.com

04:51
Barney – Jacksonville, NC – www.artintheopen.org

05:35
Stephanie – State College, PA – www.infiniteireland.com

06:20
Milwaukee Irish Fest – www.irishfest.com
Celtic Classic – Bethlehem, PA – www.celticfest.org

06:35
Keith – Exton, PA

07:10
Sharon – Louisville, KY

07:38
Dottie – Tulsa, OK

08:01
Jim – Phoenix, AZ

08:58
Amy – Madison Heights, VA

10:13
Tommy – Talladega, AL

11:44
Christy – Morgantown, WV

12:17
Pamela – Little Rock, AK

12:55
Sue – Seattle, WA

13:45
Tim – Rockford, IL – Tune In (www.tunein.com) for RTE News, Clare FM for The West Wind (www.clare.fm), blogs, Twitter, www.IrelandTravelKit.com

15:00
Kim – Hope Sound, FL – The Wild Geese: Helping Gram Discover Mary Pat Kelly’s “Galway Bay” and Our Family History, www.farmette.com, Peg’s Cottage, www.irishstudiestogo.com

17:08
Kathy

17:55
Keith – Albuquerque, NM

19:28
Alish – New York, NY – Galway Bay Radio and Midlands Radio on Pandora Radio

19:42
Nancy – Bloomington, IN

20:19
Travis and Kathy – Boise, ID – www.engagingireland.com, www.irelandearth.com

25:15
Julie – Holly, MI – Brian de Staic Jewelry

26:01
Maggie – Rockford, IL

27:28
Ife – Washington DC

27:42
Catherine – Montpelier, OH

28:15
Chris – Wichita Falls, TX

29:11
Fran – Ontario, Canada

30:20
Doug – Posen, MI

30:26
Linda – Westampton, NJ

31:08
Jim – Denison, IA

31:31
Kay – Harbor Springs, MI

32:06
Kate – Grayslake, IL – Maurice Lennon

32:32
Lianne – Houston, TX

33:06
Christa – Sarasota, FL

34:10
Sheila – Catonsville, MD

35:40
Rick – Gilbert, AZ

36:06
Jean – San Diego, CA
Music: Women of Ireland from Haste to the Wedding by Anne Roos www.celticharpmusic.com

 

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6 Comments

  1. Corey, Congratulations on the award and a great podcast! Really a neat idea! Now I just need to get busy with my project! Work just gets in the way!

  2. I enjoyed that. Sorry I didn’t get to leave a message…but I was in Ireland. :-)

  3. Really enjoyed the podcast. I didn’t leave a message, as I wasn’t sure if I qualified, as I live in Ireland! ;)

    I have to say, that listening to the Irish Fireside podcast helps keep my next trip alive. I’ve discovered lots of things on your podcast and tweets that I was unaware of about my own country. So, keep up the good work!

  4. Corey,

    Thanks for including me on the podcast! I forgot to spell out my name for you, it’s “Ife” (pronounced ee-faye). I absolutely love it that people call me “Aoife” when I’m in Ireland. It warms me to know that there are similarities in spite of cultural/ethnic differences, even if it’s only two letters away. Craic mhaith a chara!

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