Many people see the ending of a podcast series as a bad thing. We chose not to look at it like something that was ending but as something that was just beginning, and if you are one of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic members (or fans) that followed us after we aired the last podcast episode, you know that’s 100% correct.
Back in April 2016, we announced that we’d not be producing any new episodes of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast. We were overwhelmed with your kind thoughts and feedback – it was a pleasure to see how many people were listening to our podcast and making Irish a “bitesize” part of their day-to-day life.
Probably that’s why we decided to have re-runs of the podcast so that people who just discovered Bitesize Irish Gaelic would have the chance to listen to all of the rich content we added over the years. We’ll be talking more about this in our next week’s podcast rerun.
This is the rebroadcast of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast, Episode 66, in which you can listen to Eoin and his son Liam making paper airplanes in their kitchen while talking in Irish Gaelic. The rest of the podcast episode is in the English language and features Eoin talking about the podcast, why it was ending and what would come next.