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Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Irish-American author Brighid O’Sullivan shares with us her love for Ireland through eight things you didn’t know about Ireland.
Irish artist and illustrator, Aislinn Adams, has taught the Irish language in Salem, Oregon. Hear her journey through Washington D.C., attending an Irish language immersion weekend (Deireadh Seachtaine), and on to her interest in the connection between plant life in … Continue reading
Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Devin Blankenship is founder and president of the Indiana Celtic Community. After traveling to Ireland, he attended an Irish language immersion weekend in Madison, Wisconsin. He went on to found … Continue reading
The future of the Irish language is unsure and controversial. Hear our three long-term predictions for the Irish language.
Podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Do you need a bit of motivation for speaking some Irish Gaelic? Eoin covers the top ten reasons for speaking Ireland’s native language
Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Neil Jackman founded Abarta Audio Guides. They’re downloadable, easy-to-follow, guides for tourist spots across Ireland.
Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). This is an interview with Karen Reshkin from Chicago is an Irish language instructor at Na Gaeil. She’s also a musician, playing the fiddle Karen is an accomplished Irish language … Continue reading
Podcast interview in the English language. Brian Ó hAirt is an American sean-nós singer, musician, and a speaker of the Irish Language. Brian shares his connection with Ireland’s real culture, through song and Irish Gaelic.
After about 13 years in Ireland, Elena Clancy shares her experiences with traveling around Ireland. She’s originally from Siberia in Russia, and now lives in Cork.
Inis Meáin is a small island off Ireland’s Atlantic west coast. It’s a strong Gaeltacht area, where the Irish language is spoken. Ceri Garfield spent five months with Máire Pháidín on the island, who is a “legend” on the island. … Continue reading