The story of the
immortal Tuan and his meeting with Saint
Today we hear the tale of Tuan
and Saint Finnian, one of the best shape-changing myths in the
Celtic mythos. Set in historical times, we look back through
history with the meeting of Tuan the Immortal. This episode is
slightly longer than normal at 47 minutes - sorry, we just didn't
want to break this story.
Full Show-notes, with sources and
credits, can be found on our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/irish16
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September 2008, 48m
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We discuss our new Fairy Art
gallery and wonder whether Fairy Art has a greater significance in
Tuan the Immortal
Names Used in this
Listed in order of
For more information about the
Characters below, see our Biographies section.
- Lough Foyle
- Magh Bhille
- Collum Cille
- Muredach Red-neck
- Fir Bolg
- Tuatha De Danann
St Columba (Collum
Saint Columba (Collum Cille) at
San Finnian di
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Anne Frid de
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Promo - Njal's
A podcast of the Viking Classic,
Njal's Saga, read by David and Sandra of the Spoken Lore
Irish Gaelic Phrase of
Céad Míle Fáilte which actually
means a hundred thousand welcomes not a thousand welcomes as we
thought and said in the Show :) You might also see it as Céad míle
fáilte romhat! which means 'A hundred thousand welcomes to
For incidental music:
Victor Stella After the War, Podsafe Audio . See the
Contributor page for details.
Diane Arkenstone The Secret Garden.
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Kim Robertson, Angels in Disguise,
All or None . See the Contributor Page for details.
Jigger Time Ticks Away. See
the Contributor Page for details.
For our Theme
The Skylark and
Haghole, the brilliant Culann's Hounds. See
their Contributor page for details.
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