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Archive Episodes from 2010

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Special Episode SP22 - Christmas Wish 2010

24th December, 24m 02s, 22.1b

This is our Christmas wish to you for 2010. It is only a short episode with three pieces of music and a little story, but we thought it important to let you all know where we were with the show, what was and has been going on and that we are still here!

We have had so much wonderful support and feedback over the last year that it has made our job of Gary getting better and Ruthie looking after him much easier.

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Special Episode SP21 - Autumn Holiday 2010

23rd August 2010, 40m 29s, 37.1Mb

This is our Autumn Holiday Special for 2010. We've got a fantastic collection of customs and history about the Fey in Northern Scotland, three great pieces of music, some listener feedback and a superb poem about Summer by Alexander Pope. Top all that off with our usual chat, and you've got a superb show. Hope you enjoy it and have as much fun as we had making it!

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Special Episode SP20 - Competitions & Feedback Show

10th August 2010, 21m 47s, 20.1Mb

We bring you the results of the competition we set in SP19 - the Damh the Bard Interview and set a new competition as well! Is there no end to the madness? :) We also read some feedback and play you some great pieces of music.

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Special Episode SP19 - Damh the Bard & Cerri Lee Interview

30th April 2010, 1h 30m 44s, 83Mb

This is our frst interview and we are lucky to be able to interview the famous Celtic Folk musician, Damh the Bard, and his partner, the multi-talented Artist Cerri Lee. Links to their websites and their work can be found in the Show-notes. We also bring you an amazing competition for a signed copy of Damh's latest album, Tales from the Crowman as well as some astounding news about the revival of a national tradition in Ireland - the Festival of the Fires taking place on Beltane.

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Special Episode SP17b - Spring Holiday Special for 2010, Part 2

9th April 2010, 1h 8m 9s, 62.4Mb

This is the second half of our Spring Seasonal Special. You can hear the second half of our epic 18th century tale from Scotland - the Wife or the Wuddy, four great pieces of music, a listener poem and a truly informative piece from the book, The Isles of Many Gods by David Rankine and Sorita D'Este.

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Special Episode SP18 - The St Paddy's Day Special

17th March 2010, 9m 34s, 8.93Mb

Let's celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a short collection of poems (not recipes!) and all of our good wishes for the Next Year. We do so with a very small celebration for St Patrick's Day on March 17th. We bring you three poems that are typically Irish - they deal with Harps, Shamrocks and St. Patrick's Birthday! Then we head off to the pub for some of the black stuff!

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Special Episode SP17a - Spring Holiday 2010 Pt.1

15th March 2010, 1h 12m 59s, 66.8Mb

This is the first time that we've released a seasonal Holiday Show rather than a Festival Holiday Show. The plan is to try and get a Holiday show out for the four seasons until Gary is well enough to get back to the Festivals. We've got an epic 18th century tale from Scotland that has had to be split into two parts - so you're going to get two shows for the price of one - so to speak! There are three amazing piecesof music and the beginning of a small series about the Fey in the Celtic countries based on the work of W Y Evans-Wentz in Fairy-Faith in the Celtic Countries. Look out for part two of the story coming out very soon!

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Special Episode SP16 - The Interim Show

3rd February 2010, 9m 49s, 9.16Mb

This is a special explanatory show that we released to let all of our listeners know why we are having the delays in our release schedule. We wanted to let you know the Show is not dead, we're probably going to be very irregular over the next year and that we really appreciate the fantastic support you guys have showed us. We also include a poem for you by the amazing poet, John Keats.

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