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Episode CMP005 Girding the Loins for Battle


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Show Summary:

The Sons of Tuireann encounter Cian, the father of Lugh, on his own and foul acts are committed. Later, the Dagda has two encounters and gains two allies. WARNING - This episode contains the "toilet humour" of the original myth which may be unsuitable for younger children.

This episode is the 5th episode of the Irish Book of Invasions.

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Running Order:

  • Intro 0:42
  • News & Views 0:50
  • Call to Action -Promote your Blog! J.C. Hutchins 2:18
  • Story 4:10
  • Promo - Scotchcast 28:15
  • Listener Feedback - Lhugnar 29:00

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Released: 12 Apr 2008, 32m


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Girding the Loins for Battle - Episode 5 of the Irish Mythological Cycle and Part 5 of the Book of Invasions

Names Used in this Story

Listed in order of appearance

  • Lugh
  • Teamhair
  • Nuada
  • Balor
  • Tory
  • Erin
  • Fomor, Fomori
  • Nemed
  • Fir Bolg
  • Eithne, Eithlinn
  • Currach
  • Tuatha De Danaan
  • Druim na Teine
  • Goban
  • Samthainn
  • Cian
  • Glas Gaibhnenn
  • Birog of the Mountain
  • Tailltiu, Taillte
  • Eas Dara
  • Manannan
  • Aonbharr
  • Bodb Dearg
  • Cu
  • Ceithen
  • Cainte
  • Sidhe
  • Plain of Muirthemne
  • Tuireann
  • Ogma
  • Goban, Goibhniu
  • Brian
  • Urcar
  • Dagda
  • Glenn Etin
  • River Unius
  • Connachta
  • Loscuinn
  • The Morrigan
  • Magh Scetne
  • Ford of Uinius
  • Indech
  • De Domnan
  • Bres
  • Traigh Eabha
  • Etain
  • Geas
  • Fer Benn
  • Fer Benn Mach
  • Fer Benn Bruach Brogaill Broumide Cerbad Caic Rolaig Builc Labair Cerrce Di Brig Oldathair Boith Athgen mBethai Brightere Tri Carboid Roth Rimaire Riog Scotbe Obthe Olaithbe
  • Beltraw Strand
  • Tethra
  • Tir Tairngire
  • Ur
  • Ogham

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Special Thanks

For voice acting: Edward, our son.

For incidental music: Diane Arkenstone, The Secret Garden . See the Contributor page for details.

Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise . See the Contributor page for details.

Time Ticks Away by Jigger. See their Contributor Page for details.


For our Theme Music

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