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Candlelit Tales Irish Mythology Podcast

Candlelit Tales

We are a group of storytellers, performers, and musicians. We tell Irish myths to a live audience with live music. Candlelit Tales was founded by brother-sister storytelling duo Aron and Sorcha Hegarty. Driven by a passion for Irish mythology, we started retelling the stories to a near-empty room upstairs in a Dublin pub one rainy evening in November. The next week, the room was a lot less empty, and we were joined by musician Ru O’Sé. By the fourth week, the room was full, and so was the hall outside. We realised that when we share our passion, it becomes contagious. And we’ve been telling stories and playing music from that day to this. Since then, over the past five years of telling stories in the capital of this nation of storytellers, we have developed and refined our uniquely expressive, naturalistic and modern style. Live music is the heartbeat of all our performances, and a live original music score composed by a team of talented musicians drives the rhythm of the stories
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Episode 143 - Battle Rage - Ungentle
Episode 143 - Battle Rage - Ungentle
Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and back to the Battle Rage Series. This year we decided to choose lesser known characters from the Ulster Cycle, and tell their most interesting stories. This is the story of Neasa, the woman who was once called Easa. She was called this because Easa means gentle, but after seeing the horrific murder of her entire family, her life was destroyed. She vowed vengeance and swore to track down every one of the men that did her wrong. She became Ní Easa, Ungentle. Neasa is also the mother of Conchubhar of the Ulster cycle. This story shows his mother had a more interesting tale to her life than just being known for giving birth to a king. This story is told by Sorcha. Music is by Oisín Ryan & it is produced by Oisín Ryan You might recognise the characters in this series from the Táin saga. These stories stand alone, linked by one connection: the different manifestations of their Battle Rage. This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #candlelittales #candlelittalespodcast #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology #mythicalireland #patreon #thankyou #subscribe #youtube #spotify #amazon https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales https://vimeo.com/user52850249 https://music.amazon.co.uk/podcasts/00d5c29b-ee1a-4078-aacf-62e1a94522dc/candlelit-tales-irish-mythology-podcast
2d ago
24 mins
Episode 142 - Battle Rage - LaegEpisode 141 - Patreon Appreciation Special EditionEpisode 140 - The Battle Rage - Pre Show ChatsEpisode 139 - Samhain Eve Special - Post Show Chats with Anthony Murphy
Samhain Eve Special! Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and the last episode of our Superstitions Series. We had the pleasure of talking with Anthony Murphy from Mythical Ireland about the last three stories, and we hope you enjoy our conversation even half as much as we did. In this episode we talk to Anthony about the wider connotations folklore and beliefs have in Irish culture; the links to older mythologies, the power, and prevalence of the church and the effect colonisation had on the minds of the people in Ireland, apart from the subjection and eradication of the Irish language. There was so much to talk about and uppack, and each time we felt like we only scratched the surface. Let us know what you thought of this chat, and if you are listening on ‘oiche shamhna’, Samhain’s eve, or as it’s widely now known as, on Halloween, we wish you a very happy Samhain eve, and we hope the fae have been kind enough to you this day. Mythical Ireland was established in March of the year 2000 by journalist, author, and researcher Anthony Murphy. You can view his website and book publications here: https://mythicalireland.com/ Or follow him on social media: https://www.facebook.com/mythicalireland/ This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology #mythicalirealnd https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en
31-10-2021
1 hr 31 mins
Episode 138 - Samhain Superstitions - MacCarthy's BansheeEpisode 137 - Samhain Superstitions - The Burning of Bridget Cleary
******* Part of our 2021 Samhain Superstitions Series The infamous story of the murder of Brigid Cleary became well known as the last witch burning of the nineteenth century. The world turned it’s gaze at Ireland in 1895, when Michael Cleary was found guilty of manslaughter after burning his own wife to death. The only reason he wasnt charged with murder was because the court found he truely believed he was killing a changling. Superstitions about changelings were strong, so strong in fact that Michael had his father in law, and his brothers in law convinced that the woman in front of them was not the real Brigid. A changeling was an unwanted faerie, and one that was swapped with the person in question. They were taken far away and underhill to be with the fae, while the unwanted faerie (often a child) was left behind and transformed it’s image to that of the stolled person or child. This episode is an attempt to gain an insight into how those superstitions must have festered and driven a man to the point of murdering his own wife. We will talk about this episode and the following one on the Banshee, on Sunday the 31st in our special post show chats with Anthony Murphy of Mythical Irealnd. Story by Aron and Sorcha Hegarty Music and composition by Oisin Ryan Produced by Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ Further sources for this historic story can be found: https://www.rte.ie/brainstorm/2019/1025/1085544-darkest-ireland-and-the-burning-of-bridget-cleary/ https://www.nationalarchives.ie/article/behind-scenes-bridget-cleary/ https://www.irishtimes.com/news/offbeat/the-story-of-the-last-witch-burned-alive-in-ireland-1.2880691 #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
20-10-2021
13 mins
Episode 136 - Samhain Supersitions - The Little ManEpisode 135 - Echoes - Post Show For Episode 132
Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and to the post show chat episodes about our collaboration with ‘The Embers Collective’, and we will hear from Lonan Jenkins, Oisin Ryan as they compare notes about the stories they shared. If you missed episode 132 of this series, have a listen before this episode to avoid spoilers, or after if you prefer. The next two episodes will be more post show chats about the previous stories in this series. For now, Lonan Jenkins tells us what inspired him to remaster the ending of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and what the story as a whole means to him. Oisin also explains what themes he tried to echo in the story of ‘Capturing Bláthnát’, while Aron offers his own observations and questions between the two. If you enjoyed this conversation or thought of something we didn’t mention, please let us know. For this new series, ‘Echoes’, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, and we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. When any story is told, you can hear others echo in its re-telling. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant as the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. To hear more of The Embers Collective Podcast check them out on Spotify or on Soho Radio once a month: https://open.spotify.com/show/1IaP0aES3INjW1MPHFPDgC?si=zZF5tMr6T4i0OHtX2QR8tw&dl_branch=1 https://sohoradiolondon.com/profile/embers-collective/ This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan. This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
06-10-2021
40 mins
Episode 134 - Echoes - Post Show for Episode 131
Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and to the post show chat episodes about our collaboration with ‘The Embers Collective’, and we will hear from Sarah Lisa and Ruairi O’Shea as they compare notes about the stories they shared. If you missed episode 131 of this series, have a listen before this episode to avoid spoilers, or after if you prefer. The next two episodes will be more post show chats about the previous stories in this series. For now, Sarah Lisa tells us about what her creepy, (yet devilishly told) story of ‘The Devil's Violin’ means to her. Ru also explains what themes he tried to echo in the story of ‘The Kings Harp’, while Sorcha offers her own observations and questions between the two. If you enjoyed this conversation or thought of something we didn’t mention, please let us know. For this new series, ‘Echoes’, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, and we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. When any story is told, you can hear others echo in its re-telling. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant as the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. To hear more of The Embers Collective Podcast check them out on Spotify or on Soho Radio once a month: https://open.spotify.com/show/1IaP0aES3INjW1MPHFPDgC?si=zZF5tMr6T4i0OHtX2QR8tw&dl_branch=1 https://sohoradiolondon.com/profile/embers-collective/ This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan. This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
03-10-2021
42 mins
Episode 133 - Echoes - Post Show Chats for Episode 130
Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and to the post show chat about our collaboration with ‘The Embers Collective’. In this episode we will hear from Sam Rixy and Aron Hegarty as they compare notes about the stories they shared, as well as hearing Sorcha Hegarty's take on the whole thing. If you missed episode 130 of this series, have a listen now to that episode to avoid spoilers, or after if you prefer. The next two episodes will be more post show chats about the previous stories in this series. For now, Sam Rixy tells us about what the story of Isis and Hypnosis means to him, while Aron explains what themes he tried to echo in the story of Boann and Dagda, and Sorcha offers her own observations and questions between the two. If you enjoyed this conversation or thought of something we didn’t mention, please let us know. For this new series, ‘Echoes’, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. When any story is told, you can hear others echo in its re-telling. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant of the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. To hear more of The Embers Collective Podcast check them out on Spotify or on Soho Radio once a month: https://open.spotify.com/show/1IaP0aES3INjW1MPHFPDgC?si=zZF5tMr6T4i0OHtX2QR8tw&dl_branch=1 https://sohoradiolondon.com/profile/embers-collective/ This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan. This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #theemberscollective #candlelittales #collaboration #echoesseries #candlelittalespodcast #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology #patreon #thankyou #subscribe #youtube #spotify #amazon https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249 https://music.amazon.co.uk/podcasts/00d5c29b-ee1a-4078-aacf-62e1a94522dc/candlelit-tales-irish-mythology-podcast
29-09-2021
38 mins
Episode 132 - Echoes - Sleeping Beauty and Capturing Bláthnát
Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and to the last story episode in our Echoes Series. Episode 132 - has the story of Sleeping Beauty followed by the story of Capturing Bláthnát. In this series you will hear one story from The Embers Collective, and the Irish story we think echoes something intrinsic in it. It may not be identical, but there are certain ingredients in it that we think are very similar. Do you agree? Let us know, we will be talking about this and the next two episodes in the last show of the month. So stay tuned. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant as the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. When any story is told, you can hear others echo in its re-telling. In this series, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. The next three episodes will take on a different format as a result. You will hear The Embers Collective tell us a story, and then you will hear the Irish story afterward. In this episode, you will hear Sleeping Beauty, told by Lonan Jenkins, with music by Tim Carp. Followed by the story of Capturing Emer, told by Oisin Ryan, with music by Oisin Ryan & harmonica by Gaelforce Gillick This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan. This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
22-09-2021
32 mins
Episode 131 - Echoes - The Devil’s Violin - Embers Collective - & The King’s Harp Candlelit Tales
Welcome to the Candlelit Tales Podcast, and to the penultimate episode in the Echoes series. Episode 131 - has the story of The Devil’s Violin followed by the story of The King’s Harp. In this series you will hear one story from The Embers Collective, and the Irish story we think is it’s echo something intrinsic in it. It may not be identical, but there are certain ingredients in it that we think are very similar. Do you agree? Let us know, we will be talking about this and the next two episodes in the last show of the month. So stay tuned. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant of the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. In this series, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. The next three episodes will take on a different format as a result. You will hear The Embers Collective tell us a story, and then you will hear the Irish story afterward. In this episode, you will hear The Devil’s Violin, told by Sarah Lisa, with music by Tim Carp. Followed by the story of The King’s Harp, told by Ruairi O’Shea, with music by Oisin Ryan. , This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
15-09-2021
37 mins
Episode 130 - Echoes - Embers Collective Iris & Hpynos and Candlelit Tales Boann & The Dagda
Welcome to a brand new series; Echoes When any story is told, you can hear others echo in its re-telling. We often get messages about how the great warrior Cuchulainn reminds people of the hero Achilles. How Fionn is our Odin, or Manannan Mac Lir our version of Poseidon or Neptune. And when you look at any of the great stories, you will often find a familiar aspect echoed in other mythologies. Similar structures are used or similar events are described. Sometimes it can even be as blatant of the exact same plot points are used with different names. So we decided to record a few of these for this podcast. In this series, we have teamed up with London-based Storytelling Company ‘The Embers Collective’, who tell global folktales and myths set to live music. They gave us three stories, we found the Irish equivalent. We chose stories that we thought ‘echoed’ something intrinsic in these stories, and while not always obvious at first, we hope you agree there is a subtle level of repetition in these stories. The next three episodes will take on a different format as a result. You will hear The Embers Collective tell us a story, and then you will hear the Irish story afterward. In this episode, Sam Rixy tells us Isis and Hypnosis, with music from Tim Carp. The following story, Boann and the Dagda, is told by Aron Hegarty with music from Oisin Ryan, and Aron Hegarty. This episode was also produced by Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
08-09-2021
41 mins
Episode 129 - Fintan and the Hawk of Achill - Post Show Chats
Welcome back to the Invasions Series. This series is all about the oldest stories of Ireland, and the people who came to this land from afar over thousands of years. And this is the very last episode of a long series taken from the Book of Invasions. This cycle of Irish Myth is also known as the “Mythic Cycle” of Irish Mythology and we are sad to close the lid on this chapter… for now. We talk about the whole season, the music, and the madness that is contained in it. We also reflect on our process, how much has changed in a year, and how much we’ve grown thanks to our supporters on Patreon and our followers on YouTube and other Podcast Platforms. You have all helped us grow, invest in our podcast, and improve the quality of what we put out. So thank you to everyone who supports us in every way. This last chat is about one of our favourite characters in Irish Mythology, and it is one that we hoped you enjoyed last week. A deep dive into the mind of a man who has lived for thousands of years and all that would come with the mental strain of seeing trees blossom, grow, age, then fall and decay. All in what appears to be a single year of your life. We could hardly get our heads around that, but we chatted about it anyway and we’d love to hear from you in case you had a different thought on the matter. Comment, below, like and subscribe to this channel to help us grow. Story by Sorcha and Aron Hegarty Music and composition by Ruairi O’Shea Produced by Ruairi O’Shea & Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
01-09-2021
34 mins
Epsiode 128 - Invasions - The Hawk of Achill
Welcome back to the Invasions Series. This is the last episode of this fairly long series. And we decided to end it on a caracter we met in the very first story, and one who has cropped up a couple of times since; Fintan Mac Bocera. He is known as the wise seer, and spiritual connection between man and island. He transformed to become one with every aspect of Ireland, and observe it from every point of view. He has seen all of the people come to Ireland, and he has watched from the eyes of a boar, a stag, a salmon and even a bird. But now he meets the hawk of Achill again, and they share their desire to rest. This is a tale with a very definite end point… Fintan and the Hawk walk away from this world, together, never to return. We will be talking about this story in more detail in the next episode. Drop us a line or ask us a question and we’ll try to get to it in our live post-show chat that is coming out at the end of the month. Like and subscribe to this channel to help us grow. You can buy tickets for the livestream here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/candlelit-tales-home-for-the-harvest-a-night-of-myth-and-music-tickets-163475199723 Story by Sorcha and Aron Hegarty Music and composition by Ruairi O’Shea Produced by Ruairi O’Shea & Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ Next up we will chat about this story, so stay tuned and keep a candle lit for Irish Myths. #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
25-08-2021
25 mins
Episode 127 - Invasions - The Island of Eiriu Post Show ChatsEpisode 126 - Invasions - The Island of EiriúEpisode 125 - The Second Battle of Moy Tura - Post Show ChatsEpisode 124 - Invasions - The Second Battle Of Moy Tura
Welcome back to the Invasions Series. This series is all about the oldest stories of Ireland, and the people who came to this land from afar over thousands of years. The epic clash between the Fomorians and the Tuatha de Dannan in the Second Battle of Moy Tura decides the fate of the Island of Destiny for generations to come. Family fights family and the first keening is heard as death takes its due from the battle field, and the grandson that was foretold to slay his grandfather faces down the ancient, Evil-Eyed king. We will be talking about this story in more detail in the next episode. Drop us a line or ask us a question and we’ll try to get to it in our post-show chat coming out this Sunday. Like and subscribe to this channel to help us grow. Story by Sorcha and Aron Hegarty Music and composition by Ruairi O’Shea Produced by Ruairi O’Shea & Oisín Ryan This podcast is proudly sponsored by the people who donate to us each month via https://www.patreon.com/candlelittales and anyone who sends us a once-off donation through the Paypal button on our website http://candlelittales.ie/ Next up we will chat about this story, so stay tuned and keep a candle lit for Irish Myths. #keepherlit #keephercandlelit #candlelittales #storytelling #livemusic #mythology #irishmythology https://open.spotify.com/show/2102WuUUe9Jl6cGXNwQEKf https://soundcloud.com/candlelittales https://twitter.com/candlelit_tales?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/candlelittales/ https://www.instagram.com/candlelittales/ https://vimeo.com/user52850249
28-07-2021
37 mins

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