Tom Johnston, Retired Teacher

Tom Johnston Retired teacher, Cloughmore Achill Island. To listen to Tom's interview and read the full interview transcript, visit Tom's page by clicking here.
 

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John Twin McNamara, Retired Teacher

John Twin McNamara Retired teacher, Dooagh Achill Island. To listen to John Twin's interview and read the full interview transcript, visit John Twin's page by clicking here.
 

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John F Deane, Poet

John F Deane Poet born in Bunnacurry Achill Island.  To listen to John F's  interview and read the full interview transcript, visit John page by clicking here. 
 

Mary Jo O' Keefe, Folklorist & Storyteller

Mary Jo O' Keefe, Folklorist, Historian and  Seanachaí born in Cloghmore Achill Island.  To listen to Mary Jo's interview and read the full interview transcript, visit Mary's page by clicking here. 
 

René Böll, Artist

René Böll Artist and son of Nobel prize winner for literature Heinrich Böll.  René's paintings depict the cillíní, of Achill the burial places for unbaptised people (mainly children) who were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. . René's recorded interview and full interview transcript will be available January 2021.
 

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