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Are you just getting started with tracing your family tree? You might be surprised about the advances in genealogical research, particularly around commercial DNA analysis. Michael Carragher is the president of the Irish Family History Forum of Long Island and … Continue reading
Discussion podcast with Michael Carragher who grew up in New York. During his childhood, his family would travel over to their relations back in Ireland. Michael is the president of the Irish Family History Forum, and got interested in Irish … Continue reading
Hear about traveling to Ireland to speak the Irish language, with Liam Ó Cuinneagáin, founder of Oideas Gael. Liam and Eoin discuss the past, present and future of the Gaeltacht regions (where Irish Gaelic is spoken in some communities). You’ll … Continue reading
Marc Gunn of Irish and Celtic Music Podcast joins Eoin about Irish music, American adoption of Irish culture, and touring in Ireland and beyond.
Listen back to the Best-Of Bits of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast with Eoin.
Being an Irish language speaker in Ireland sometimes (or often) feels like you’re climbing uphill, trying to speak with Government services in Irish. Síne Nic an Ailí is part of Conradh na Gaeilge. She was an organizer of Lá … Continue reading
David Wood is trained in classical music and song, but also has a passion for the traditional song and music of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. He shares with us his journey from loving Irish music, to learning to speak … Continue reading
Do you want to visit the more special, hidden parts of Dublin on your next trip to Ireland? Pól Ó Conghaile, a distinguished travel writer, shares three of his favorite spots in Dublin.
Based in Madison, Wisconsin, Dineen Grow has spent years helping others around her who also share her enthusiasm for speaking Irish Gaelic.
Ireland has been through some turbulent times, and the Irish language (Irish Gaelic) is not exception. Eoin is joined this week by Fin Dwyer of Irish History Podcast. Fin is an historian living in Dublin.