Léiríonn Peig an chodarsnacht mhór idir an Blascaod sa tsamhradh agus na gálaí gaoithe sa gheimhreadh. Cuireann sí béim ar chruashaol na n-iascairí agus iad amuigh ina naomhóga sa drochaimsir agus an bhuairt ar na mná ag feitheamh leo ar an oileán.
Peig reflects on how a pleasant place in summer is changed to one of the bleakest by winter storms. Treacherous seas threatening the lives of the local fishermen while worried women await their safe return to the storm-battered island.
- Title Peig Sayers Aimsir
- Production Year 1947
- Clip Duration 00:01:54
- Material Type Audio
- Clip title "Níl foscadh ná fothain ann"
The photograph accompanying this clip is reproduced with the kind permission of the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin.
- Local keywords County Kerry, Storytelling, Folklore, National Folklore Collection, Radio Éireann, Seán Mac Réamoinn, Séamus Ennis, Leaving Certificate, Bo Almqvist, Pádraig Ó Héalaí
- Geographical coverage Kerry, Ireland
- Topic Arts and Culture
- First broadcast channel Radio Éireann
- Country of production Ireland
- Original identifier CD Track 13
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- Item type part/extract
- Item sound Mono
- Language used Irish (gle)