INTRODUCTION

Bygones and Byways contains over 15 hours of recorded interviews, music and song. Together the recordings weave a rich tapestry to illustrate past and present times. In 2014, with broadband more commonly available in households, all the original audio recordings were made available on the Bygones and Byways website and the collection of audio recordings was expanded.

Recordings graphic.

Audio recordings can be found throughout the program. For example, if someone talks about a particular townland, then you will find that recording on the Townlands page in the Places topic. In this section, recordings are arranged under the name of the person talking. The list of speakers is arranged by first name, usually; so you find Ken Neil in the list on the left under K for Ken, not N for Neil.