Tá spraoi uilig na Nollag anseo. Daoine óga ag ceol agus ag rince ar an oileán, an turas farraige le dul ar aifreann i nDún Chaoin maidin Lae Nollag agus Dinnéar na Nollag mar a caitheadh é ar an Bhlascaod. Tá trácht aici ar chaid (peil) agus iomáint ar an trá faoi sholas an lae agus an rangás agus rince oíche Lae Nollag.
Peig talks about Christmas on the Great Blasket: young people singing and dancing on Christmas Eve. Mass in Dún Chaoin on Christmas Morning. Christmas dinner. Football and hurling on the beach. Christmas night songs and dancing
- Title Peig Sayers Lá Nollag
- Production Year 1947
- Clip Duration 00:02:22
- Material Type Audio
- Clip title Lá Nollag
The photograph accompanying this clip is reproduced with the kind permission of the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin.
- Local keywords Peig Sayers, County Kerry, Storytelling, Folklore, National Folklore Collection, Radio Éireann, Seán Mac Réamoinn, Séamus Ennis, Leaving Certificate, Christmas
- Geographical coverage Blasket Islands, Kerry, Ireland
- Topic Arts and Culture
- First broadcast channel Radio Éireann
- Country of production Ireland
- Original identifier CD Track 9B
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