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A Different Sort of Irish Music

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Are you a fan of Irish music? Today, we have something a bit different as we look at the music of one man who had his roots in the north of Ireland. Céad Míle Fáilte – and welcome to your Letter from Ireland for this week. How are you doing in your part of the […]

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Which part of the Irish Diaspora are you from?

Are you a member of the Irish Diaspora? When the people of a nation are dispersed and settle elsewhere, their descendants often keep a memory of their ancestral homeland. In this letter we will discuss how the diaspora of Ireland went to the four corners of the globe, but never lost their Irish identity. Céad […]

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Which Part of the Irish Diaspora do you come from?

Céad Míle Fáilte – and I hope you are keeping well on what is a lovely summer morning here in County Cork. Everyone seems to be heading away on their “holliers” (as we say in Cork) in these parts – and we are due to head off ourselves this week to the wonderful Dingle Peninsula […]

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An Irish Christmas

What is an Irish Christmas? I think that it’s an occasion that stands for the same things in many parts of the world. But, back to our own Irish Christmas. It’s really feeling like Christmas around here at the moment! People are smiling more and starting to connect again with old friends and family members […]

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