The Isle of Man: some believe it is near overrun with Faerie.
On today’s episode we cross the famous Isle of Man ‘Fairy Bridge’ and get to know the Household Faerie: Fenodyree.
Large and with the strength of 10 men, the Fenodyree is kind-hearted, hard-working and loyal, a great asset to any farming family.
Sounds wonderful doesn’t it? But best be careful, and don’t take him for granted, for he can be a prickly Faerie.
You may accept him into your home and family and live peacefully and productively for many years, but… you must be ever mindful never to offend, ridicule or criticise him…
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Edited by Magic Dan.
Theme Music: ‘Irish Coffee’ by Giorgio di Campo.
Additional Music: ‘Errigal’, ‘Evening Fall Harp’ and ‘Angevin’ by Kevin Macleod.