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Radio Kerry Documentaries

Radio Documentaries produced for Radio Kerry

Songs of Amergin

Artists, poets and academics respond to the legend of the Milesians and the arrival of Amergin on the shores of Ballinskelligs Bay

Whatever Happened to Willie Mulvihill

Documentary on missing man Willie Mulvihill, produced by Deirdre Walsh

The King of All Birds

The King of All Birds is a feature length documentary about the strong Wren tradition in Dingle, Co. Kerry. The tradition of the Wren...

People of Kerry

Produced by Francis Fitzgibbon. If you have a story to tell or want to get involved with the People of Ireland project, you can...

Voices

Produced by the students from the Radio Kerry/ETB Radio Broadcasting course

Glen of the Mad

The Glen is home to a special well known as Tobar na nGealt, the Well of the Insane, and ancient Celtic mythology claims that...

Sean Ó Conaill: Cill Rialaig Storyteller

A look at the life, art and times of the important Kerry storyteller Sean Ó Conaill.

Bridges, Boats and Bugles

JJ O`Shea takes a look at life on the Lakes of Killarney, past and present, in the company of local boatmen.

Journeys

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The Donkey: The forgotten hero of Kerry

In this 42 minute documentary produced by Joe McGill and Connie Broderick we examine the history of the donkey in Ireland. We look at the...

Boarded out children must be acknowledged says Kerry survivor 

The State and the Catholic Church need to acknowledge the abuse and exploitation suffered by children who were boarded out to live with families.That's...

HSE employing staff for contact tracing impacted on nursing homes, including Kerry centre

A Kerry nursing home which suffered an outbreak of COVID-19 struggled to secure staff, as the HSE had taken staff for contact tracing teams.This...

Kerry auctioneer questions energy rating requirements

A Kerry auctioneer says it’s difficult to combat the rising cost of building materials.Paul Stephenson of Sherry Fitzgerald Stephenson Crean says the rise in...