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Claare ny Gael 31st January 2021

Claare Ny Gael

Sunday, January 31st, 2021 - 51 minutes

In celebration of Noo Breesha, St Bridget, we hear about the custom associated with households vying to attract the saint to lodge with them overnight, which would bring good luck on the household for the rest of the year. We hear an abridged version of the story as told by Kathleen Killip, read by Ian Cottier. 

In Manx, we hear the short history of what was reckoned to be the finest vessel ever launched in the Island up to that point, the Parkfield - launched 8th January 1833, left Douglas at 9.00pm on Friday 2nd February, returned to Douglas because of a sudden storm, but was driven on to Conister. It was another stirring rescue by Douglas lifeboat, including, for the final time, Sir William Hillary. All souls were saved, but the Parkfield was lost on Saturday 3rd February 1833.

As nyn giaull :
RICHARD TRETHEWEY & CAMBORNE YOUTH BAND - Geevor lads
RIOGHNACH CONNOLLY - Nil se na la
SONERIEN DU - Laride an la mineur
KATE REID - The flower of Fochabers
YWS GWYNEDD - Drwy dy lygid di
MANX YOUTH BAND - Manx youth
BRENDA WOOTTON - Dus tre
DONAL LUNNY, COOLFIN & FRIENDS - Dulaman
CARLOS NUNEZ, DAN AR BRAS & BAGAD KEMPER - Aires de Pontevedra

 

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