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Old Crow Medicine Show - Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer
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Trouble maker, expert cake eater and lover of outside.
An ancient musical interlude.
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Cross Atlantic duet with Ruth
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Bowing a tenor banjo, wide panning echoes
A love ballad about a rabit
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Greenside Up: Helping anyone who wants to learn to grow veg as chemically free as possible ... and loving my job!
Late night baking attempt.
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86 year old Eamon Madden, master blacksmith from Athenry, tells Ella McSweeney about life as a blacksmith. Ella also meets two other people who work with metal - one from Dublin, the other from Clare.