A look at the images and sounds of North Kerry and the rhythm and mood of a people who are part of that place.

Wheels of the World looks at the synergy between a place and its people. The film shows traditional ways of rural living.

As Eamonn Keane narrates: "Here in the south west is a land that for generations was tended with an infinity of energy and skill by a people to whom every field and tree and rock and stream had its own being. A people who knew the land because they wooed it intimately with hand ladle, with a spade and a fork, and the reaping hook, and the scythe. A world that except in fragments has gone unchronicled and unmirrored. That has fallen over the cliff of silence."