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Reginald D Hunter

Season 3, Ep. 1

My first guest of Season 3 is the US comedy legend Reginald D Hunter. Reg has been called a voice of his generation as he unafraid to tackle head on, with searing honesty and great humour, the subjects the rest of us skirt around. Reginald is a true gentleman and a deep thinker and very funny.

 

This podcast has a very simple premise where I chat to a special guest every week where I ask for 5 trips or places that most influenced or impressed them. My guests come from all walks of life with one thing in common. They all have great travel stories.

 

I started this podcast exactly a year ago at the height of the pandemic to help fuel your imagination by doing some armchair travelling with my guests and this podcast is now listened to in over 80 countries worldwide.


Reginald is touring Ireland in January and he is brings his “Bombe Shuffler” stand up show to O’Keeffes Comedy Club in Clonmel on the 29th January. Get tickets here https://secure.tickets.ie/Listing/EventInformation/43647/reginald-d-hunter

 

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12/14/2021

The Magic of the Camino

Season 3, Ep. 9
I walked on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain this year for this Camino Special Podcast series. Along the way I interviewed many interesting people including fellow walkers, pilgrims, guides and historians.The Camino is over 800kms from the Spanish border in the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia and it typically takes a walker between 30 to 35 to complete.The Camino is a truly magical pilgrimage and I hope these 3 episodes convey in some small way why the Camino is so special to me and to so many people around the world.Today you are going to hear from some of the fascinating people I met along the way starting with Jarlath O’Madain who I met during the walk and then interviewed him in Santiago on the day he finished his Camino.I met so many captivating guides who were full of knowledge and this really brought the Camino’s history to life and helped me get an understanding of the different cultures of each of the four very different regions the Camino passes through. We get to hear from three on the podcast- Helder Cerejo, Patricia Longa and Ursula.Finally, I interviewed Philip Martin on the podcast previously and he chose the Camino as his Happy Place, so I will finish with Philip summing up the magic of the Camino.If you haven’t already I'd ask you to give me a follow on whichever platform you listen to your podcasts and you will be the first to get a new episode every Tuesday.Fergal O’Keeffe is the host of Ireland’s No.1 Travel Podcast Travel Tales with Fergal which is now listened to in 90 countries. The podcast aims to share soul-liftingtravelmemoirs about daydream worthy destinations. For more information on the Camino please go to https://www.spain.info. I flew with Aer Lingus from Dublin to Bilbao and then from Santiago to Dublin. To find out who is on every Tuesday please follow me onWebsite www.https://www.traveltaleswithfergal.ieInstagram @traveltaleswithfergalFacebook @traveltaleswithfergalTwitter @FergalTravelYouTube @traveltaleswithfergal
12/7/2021

Guide and History to the Camino

Season 3, Ep. 8
I walked the Camino for this special 3 part Camino podcast series this year where I interviewed many interesting people including fellow walkers, pilgrims, guides and historians.The Camino is over 800kms from the Spanish border in the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia and it typically takes a walker between 30 to 35 to complete.In part 2 today I talk to Catharine Murphy who has walked the Camino many times and she gives us a great guide to the many ways to do the Camino. We then hear from my guides Fran and Ursula and then we finish off with an insightful interview with the American writer Curtis Williams on the history of the Camino.The Camino is a truly magical pilgrimage and I hope these 3 episodes convey in some small way why the Camino is so special to so many people around the world. We will have the final 3rd part of this special next Tuesday.For more information on the Camino go to the website https://www.spain.info .I flew with Aer Lingus from Dublin to Bilbao and then from Santiago to Dublin. If you haven’t already I'd ask you to give me a follow on whichever platform you listen to your podcasts and you will be the first to get a new episode every Tuesday for the rest of the year.Fergal O’Keeffe is the host of Ireland’s No.1 Travel Podcast Travel Tales with Fergal which is now listened to in 90 countries. The podcast aims to share soul-liftingtravelmemoirs about daydream worthy destinations.To find out who is on every Tuesday please follow me onWebsite www.https://www.traveltaleswithfergal.ieInstagram @traveltaleswithfergalFacebook @traveltaleswithfergalTwitter @FergalTravelYouTube @traveltaleswithfergal