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Claare ny Gael 11th February 2024

Claare Ny Gael

Sunday, 11 February 2024 - 50 minutes

Dorothy Wordsworth continues describing what she sees on her walks in and around the Douglas area and the people she meets as she stays with Joanna and Henry Hutchinson on the South Quay in Douglas. Her nephew, poet William Wordsworth's youngest son, Willy, is also staying there this summer of 1828.

Dr John Seward's asylum patient, Renfield, is causing some interest and concern again. Dr Seward tries to get further information from him. He talks of 'eating' but can't bring himself to mention 'drinking'. Dr Seward wonders about the reason, in this episode from our translation into the Manx Gaelic of Bram Stoker's Dracula.

As nyn giaull -
GWENNYN - Kenavo
ANNIE KISSACK & CAARJYN COOIDJAGH - Traa dy gholl dy valley
ROS KELTEK - An marrek (Cornish knight)
KARINE POLWART & DAVE MILLIGAN - The parting glass
AIL SYMUDIAD - Ffarwell bwci bo
BRIGHDE CHAIMBEUL - Banish the giant of doubt and despair
GWENNYN - Eben
BRIAN MAC STOYLL - Marish ny fiddleryn
THE STOWES - The regrettable reels

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