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Claare ny Gael 17th January 2021

Claare Ny Gael

Sunday, January 17th, 2021 - 51 minutes

The 'Lord Hill' was a vessel which traded between Douglas and Liverpool in the early nineteenth century, carrying passengers as well as cargo. She appears to have been wrecked somewhere off the mouth of the Ribble in the early hours of Sunday 17th January 1819 with the loss without trace of 29 passengers and crew on board.

Our story in Manx is from a poignant original in English by Amber Sparks, an American author inspired by the #MeToo movement.

As y kiaull ain y cheayrt shoh -
ANNE LORNE GILLIES - An ataireachd ard
YWS GWYNEDD - Sebona fi
JAMES KELLY & DAITHI SPROULE - The Duke of Leinster's Wife/The boys of Ballysodare
BRENDA WOOTON & CHRIS NEWMAN - What's in a name?
GRAHAM CROWE & MARILYN CANNELL - Ben-ma-chree
GABY KERCONDUFF TRIO - Plinn rast
MANRAN - Latha matha
THOMAL L THOMAS - Y deryn pur
MAGNUS BAREFOOT TRIO - Fathaby jig/My henn ayr/Jem as Nancy

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