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The Sodshow – Episode 200 – In Review

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On This Weeks Show (Number 200):

spirit of folk, experimental archaeology

Today we are 200 episodes old. Brian takes us down memory lane to his pick of the best of the previous 199 episodes. These include how fresh shamrock is exported across the world in time for St Patrick’s Day, how plants adapt to the seashore from Jane Powers, and how it’ll cost you 10 fish to light your oven with Brian Greene.

Today rather than the usual linky-notes, we want to include credit to the team at The Sodshow, so below you’ll find details of the terrific-three (Brian, Caitriona & Peter – in alphabetical order), our regular contributor Jane Powers, and Niall O’Keeffe, who says he has been responsible for 12% of the episodes to date!

It just remains for us to say thank you. Thanks for listening, tweeting, liking, messaging & being part of the past 200 episodes. We wouldn’t do it without the great listeners.

Notes:

Featured Image: Experiential Archaeology from The Spirit Of Folk Festival, photo taken by Peter Donegan.

Song of the Week:
The Kinks – Lola.

The Sodshow was awarded Ireland’s Best Podcast in 2012 and again in 2013. It’s also Ireland’s only full time garden radio show and is brought to you with thanks to the very lovely Greensax.ie.

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