Special Final Episode of Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast (Ep. 66)

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Listen as Eoin and son Liam make paper airplanes in their kitchen. Eoin takes the chance to explain why the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast is coming to an end. But it’s also a positive step for Bitesize Irish Gaelic members who’ll get new ways to connect with us.

What you’ll hear:

Click the audio player above, and you’ll get to hear:

  • Why this is the last episode of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic. It’s been a fantastic journey! I’ve appreciated hearing from our listeners, and of course the chance to speak with our interesting guests.
  • Who was involved in bringing you the podcast
  • Your chance here to post your opinions and memories! Leave a comment below.

Mentioned in the show

  • Try Bitesize Irish Gaelic for free, to start learning the Irish language in Bitesize portions. Members get access to our close Facebook group for motivation.
  • The podcast is finishing, you can still listen back to all our past episodes.
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32 thoughts on “Special Final Episode of Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast (Ep. 66)”

  1. Pádraig McNally,

    Hi Eoin, I am sorry I hit the post comment by mistake, so I will continue with my comment. It was nice to hear wee Liam speaking as Gaeilge in the background of your final podcast, he is coming on well. I know he is learning English and Slovenian and that seems to be a big challenge for the future. I was wondering how you would expect things to go, and if you can see any difficulties that might arise. Do you think that one language will be dominant or things will go smoothly? It seems he will be another Irish polyglot. I wish you and your family all the best in the years ahead. Slán, Pádraig

    1. It will be interesting to see, and what language he’ll use with his little brother. English is omni-present, and I’m suspecting it will be the dominant language. But so far he speaks Irish with me, Slovenian with Sasa, and English with people outside. Sasa and I speak English between us, so in the end I suppose English will be our communal language.

  2. m the father of 3lovely daughters 2 of whom have been elected to be queen of the Houston Texas St. Patrick’s Day Parade . I am a member of the parade commission and the 100$ club that raise all of the funds to put on the parade every year. I am involved with most of the Irish heritage events in he Houston Texas area. I really support Irish culture a well as Catholic faith events. we just don’t have enough for al of the group in the Houston Texas area.

  3. A Chara Eoin, i can tell from your voice that this was a difficult decision for you, but you need to have the time now to be Daidi to your children ( go maith, Liam ! ; he puts me to shame speaking perfectly as gaelige in his sweet little voice ! ) you have been our Daidi for a good time now, we have enjoyed your company and your guests ( i know Nicki and Audrey, and i learned even more about them – and everything else -here !), and all the beautiful pictures ( especially now that i know i may never return to the Holy Land now that my husband has gone on to green pastures ( probably Ireland, since he loved it so much ! ) and we have all your past works to keep and replay and we will be sure to catch up with you on Bitesize.Irish ! Go Raibh Mile Maith Agat and Gra agus Beannachtai to you and your lovely family ! Maire

  4. Oh, I’m going to miss your podcast, it was very interesting and fun, but I understand your decision. The best for you and your family, I’ll keep visiting Bitesize Irish, of course.

    Go raibh maith agat!

  5. Thank you so much for your podcasts. I’ve enjoyed them and your many interesting guests.

    Great that you’re spending time with your children.

  6. Pádraig McNally

    Farewells to Bitesize Irish/Podcasts,
    Slán, goodbye, zbogom, au revoir, adiós, arrivederci, auf wiedersehen, tchau, proshchay, and finally but not least, sayónara.

  7. Comhghairdeas ar bhreith do dara mac. Tá tú ag fear ciallmhar.
    Thank you for all your past work on the podcast and for your continuing efforts to keep Irish alive and available to the far flung corners of the world -especially this little spot out in the middle of the Pacific.

  8. Jamie-Rose Campbell

    Thank you Eoin and Liam for a lovely podcast, enjoyed making areoplanes with you. Sounds like you’re making the decision for all the right reasons. Good luck

  9. Thank you Eoin and Ana! Loved listening to you and your son and all the podcasts from the U.S. Maybe you can get your son to be a tutor for bite size! LOL. Where there is an end, there is a beginning, and one filled with a rainbow. Will you still have newsletters from time to time?

    1. Hi Maisy,

      Thank you for your email.

      Sasha and Eoin are the parents of Liam.

      I am working as a customer service representative and I am happy being part of their team 🙂

      Yes, the newsletters will be coming to your email regularly 🙂

      Le meas,

  10. Congratulations, Eoin, and many thanks for your hard work over these past two years in putting together such a helpful and entertaining podcast. I loved listening to the podcast on my daily walks, and really appreciate your efforts. All the best to you and your family, and to your podcast team, in the years to come.

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