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The Otherworld and How to Get There!

William Robinson: Tallanbanna with cloud front. 1988

William Robinson: Tallanbanna with cloud front. 1988

So many of the old Irish stories tell of an Otherworld that lies so close to our own. If you want to discover what the stories have to  say about getting there, what you might find when you arrive,  and when, or if, you might return, then join Chris in this audio-article exploration.

Apologies for the quality of recording in Isolde’s opening message. When we have fully implemented the new recording set-up,  allowing effective recording while Isolde is lying  down,  it will be much improved.

Links to podcast episodes referenced in this audio-article.

Oisín and Niamh

And that picture of Niamh and Oisín in my bathroom?

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by The Story Archaeologists

Music: “Tam Lin” by Gian Castello

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