Podcast 068: Should We Restart the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast?

Should We Restart the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast?

Two full years after our last Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast episode, this is the return of an experiment!

Did you listen to this podcast experiment episode? Do you want us to restart the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast? Then use the button right here to ask your question for the next podcast episode:


Have a listen to the episode on this page. As a summary:

  • Would you like for the podcast to return (or would you like to get new episodes if you’ve never heard it)?
  • If so, now is your chance to re-start it be recording your question for the next postcast episode.
  • However, if not enough people record a question, then we’ll take that as a “nah, don’t record more episodes”.

So please:

  1. Listen to the episode on this page (it’s less than 4 minutes long)
  2. Record your question right above.

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Comments

  1. Robert Hilliard says:

    Couldn’t get my microphone to work properly. First off, I guess I didn’t realize there was a podcast. So, I’ll need to go back and listen to all of them. Second, I love the idea of these podcasts but fully understand it is a labor of love on your part. Life takes precedence over these things. Maybe an occasional podcast?

    RAHilliard

    • Hi Robert,

      Thank you for the positive feedback. We’re happy that you’ll listen to our Podcast episodes, there’s a lot of really valuable content for people who want to learn Irish or are interested in learning more about Ireland and its culture.

      The occasional podcast is a good idea. What would you want to listen to on a future podcast episode. It’s OK if your microphone didn’t work, maybe you can try a bit later.

  2. James Buckhorn says:

    Please bring back the podcast – it gave such an invaluable insight that we never would have otherwise gotten. What use is a language if you don’t understand a culture?

  3. Claire says:

    I also didn’t realize there was a podcast and think it will be extremely useful! I’ll go and listen to the old ones. I’m in a quiet library right now so I won’t record a question but I do hope that the podcast resumes 🙂

  4. Michael MacFaden says:

    Dia dhuit a Eoin,
    An smaoineamh maith! Chuir mé ceist faoi http://uisneach.ie/ ort.

    Beannachtí,
    Micheál

  5. Nancy says:

    Dia dhuit!

    I don’t have a question at the moment, but just want to say that I understand how family issues keep you busy! That being said, I’d love it if you did more podcasts. L LOVE the YouTube videos, and hope to subscribe to the courses in the near future.

    Be well!
    Nancy

    • Hi Nancy,

      Thank you for the great feedback.
      As soon as we’re deciding on the new podcast episodes, we’ll let everyone know.
      Please contact us if you need assistance with signing-up for the Bitesize Irish Gaelic online courses.

  6. Sarah N. says:

    Not sure how to leave a microphone reply, but it would be interesting to hear about what Irish families do for fun in the summer. 🙂

    • Paula at Bitesize says:

      Thanks so much for the feedback Sarah! Areas you’d like to hear about are a huge to Eoin. If your microphone is set up correctly, you should be able to simply hit record and ask Eoin a question. If you are still having difficulties, it may be worth trying again later 🙂

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