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About Gary, Ruthie & the Show

Gary and Ruth and their friends bring you free audio stories of the Tales of our Ancestors that you can download.

We will tell you ancient tales and legends of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man bringing you the bravery of heroes and heroines, the magnificent pantheon of gods and goddesses and the magic and wonder of druids, faeries and folklore.

The series started with the Book of Invasions from the Irish Mythological Cycle.

NB: This Podshow and the website are, and always will be, KID-SAFE and FREE.

Irish Mythological Cycle, Pt.1 on Mixcloud

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Irish Christmas Facts -- Traditions of the Celtic Holiday Season

Christmas whitewashing: Around Christmastime, you’ll still find the odd farm building out in the Irish countryside that looks like it’s just been whitewashed. Long ago, farm families cleaned and then whitewashed every building on the farm in December. They were covered in white paint or limewash, to symbolically purify them for…See More
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Irish Christmas Facts -- Traditions of the Celtic Holiday Season

Posted on December 4, 2013 at 6:30am 2 Comments

Christmas whitewashing: Around Christmastime, you’ll still find the odd farm building out in the Irish countryside that looks like it’s just been whitewashed. Long ago, farm families cleaned and then whitewashed…

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Saint Stephen's Day and the Wren Boys

Posted on December 3, 2013 at 4:00am 1 Comment

Celtic myth had it that the robin that was suppose to represent the New Year killed the wren which represented the Old Year,  During this time Wren Boys blacken their faces and go from house to house asking for money to b…

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Tara: Ireland’s Royal Board Game – A Review

Posted on November 28, 2013 at 5:00am 6 Comments

As we know from the ancient Celtic legends, our ancestors were very fond of a board game named Fidhcell by the Irish and Gwyddbvyll by the Welsh. It was like chess, often being proclaimed as one of…

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At 1:38pm on November 27, 2013, Bit Devine said…

Céad Míle Fáilte, welcome to the Flock... We look forward to learning your Irish story and enjoying your inputs

At 8:57pm on November 27, 2013, Sarah Nagle said…

Welcome. And thanks... I'm already waiting for your next blog link.

At 10:02am on November 28, 2013, Murray Heasman said…

Many thanks for the review.

At 10:03am on November 28, 2013, Murray Heasman said…

And a happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

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