Series 28 Episode 4
Kist heads down to the Ulster-Scots centre near Carrigans, in Monreagh, Donegal. At the beautifully restored old manse, Anne Morrison-Smyth meets the new manager - Kieran Fagan and talks to Margaret Gibson.
There’s music from Alan Wade and Bertie Bryce, who is almost 92, regales us with stories and poems – and we’ll be hearing more of his gems throughout the series.
Plus we take a wander down the road, to visit a spot of historical interest – the site of the first Presbyterian meeting house in Ireland.
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Margaret Gibson and Kieran Fagan of the Monreagh Ulster-Scots Centre with Anne Morrison-Smyth
Colm Clark with Anne Morrison-Smyth at the site of the first Presbyterian meeting place in Ireland
Anne Morrison-Smyth with Liz Devenney, in the Sarah Leech room at Monreagh
Anne Morrison-Smyth with the wonder of Bertie Bryce