The beginning of the Saga of Manannan, the Sea God
This tale is the first part of three in the Saga of Manannan. We hear many of the short exploits of the Sea God and he decides to visits the Nobles of Erin in the guise of a rogueish tramp. Are they ready for the wiles of Manannan?
Full Shownotes, with sources and credits, can be found on our main Website at http://celticmythpodshow.com/irish27 Show Summary:
- Intro 0:40
- News & Views 1:14
- BYKI Competition 04:52
- Story 2:23
- Listener Feedback - Don 28:05
- Promo - Scotland Outdoors 29:17
- Promo - Stone Pages 32:16
We hope you enjoy it!
Gary & Ruthie x x x
Released: 30th May 2009, 36m
News & Views
We describe the new Yahoo Pingbox that we have on the front page of our website and announce the launch of our very first competition (BYKI Irish). To enter send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word 'competition' in the subject line and the answer in the body of the email.
The Raggedy Man: Part 1 of the Saga of ManannanNames Used in this Story
Listed in order of appearance
For more information about the Characters below, see our Biographies section.
- Tuatha De Danaan
- Sons of Mil
- Uillenn Faebarderg
- Magh Cuilen
- Loch Orbson
- Gae Bulg
- Emain Macha
- Loch Conn
- Fer Ferdiad
- Inver Glas
- Baile Cronin
- Lis Mor
- Gilla Decair
- Cnoc Aine
- O'Donnell's Kern
- Aodh Dubh O'Donnell
- Belatha Senaig
- Dun Monaidhe
- Sliabh Fuad
- Son of the Earl
- Duartane O'Duartane
- Ess Ruadh
- Magh Lorg
- Hy'Conaill Gabhra
- Magh Ai
- Tadg O'Cealaigh
We read a message from Don who says Go Raibh maith agat! which means thank you very much.
Promo - Scotland Outdoors
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Promo - Stone Pages
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Sources used in this Episode
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