Ireland

Ireland Audio Travel Guides

Ireland has one of the friendliest and most distinctive cultures in the British Isles. You’ll need to get into those friendly Irish pubs – whether you drink or not – to enjoy the social buzz the Irish call “the Craich”. The unspoilt far West of Ireland is a must if you want natural beauty and wide-open spaces. CitySounds.Travel will guide you through Cork and Clare; Wexford, Dublin of course and into Mayo and Connemara…

  1.  Hear what it’s like to kiss the “Blarney Stone” and be granted the gift of eternal eloquence…
  2. Hear all about the medieval monastic marvel which is the Book of Kells written on calfskin pages in pigments from Afghanistan…
  3. Hear about the pleasures of exploring the open country around the Burren and up into Galway with a wide range of great, natural food producers…

Dublin - this is a pretty full look at what you can do in a few days. Open top bus tours - or perhaps you would like to sing-a-long with the Irishman who'll dress you in greeny tweeds and sing…

This is one of the wildest, most beautiful corners of Ireland. The roads are usually quiet even in summer. The coastal waters are pure and the mountains breathtakingly unspoilt. Tim visits some leading Irish food producers and finds out about…

This is a fabulous corner of Ireland - green and unspoilt like almost all of it is ! Go walking on the 700 foot high Cliffs of Moher in the far west of Europe very rugged but warm, welcoming locals.…

Climbing to the Blarney Stone high on the battlements of Blarney Castle and leaning dangerously back to kiss it. It gives you the gift of the gab – fluent speech and eloquence. Cork has TWO great stout breweries – we…

Instead of hanging out in bars drinking Guinness in the best of Irish traditions… Tim Richards takes to the water in this programme. He’s covering the Shannon Erne waterway – canals and lakes and navigable rivers - which sweep from…

It’s invariably the dramatic “west” of Ireland which gets all the publicity. And indeed Kerry, Cork, Clare and Galway are all wonderful. But right up against Ireland's east coast little Wexford has a charming coastline, some interesting history of its…