New podcast interview with Gerry Scullion - exploring the mysteries of the Boyne Valley

New podcast interview with Gerry Scullion - exploring the mysteries of the Boyne Valley

I was delighted to have been asked by fellow Drogheda man Gerry Scullion of Human Centred Design Network to participate in a podcast interview about Mythical Ireland.

Our podcast conversation centred around our homeland, the beautiful and ancient and mythology-rich valley of the river Boyne, which flows through the town (soon to be city) of Drogheda where we both grew up.

Gerry Scullion Human Centred Design Network
Gerry Scullion presenting The Human Centered Design Podcast.

We had a lovely conversation, which began with a discussion about how my interest in archaeology, prehistory and mythology began. Artist Richard Moore, who was crucial to my own journey into the past, was also known to the podcast host, Gerry - Richard had given him encouragement and advice while working on a project years previously.

The Mythical Ireland journey began in 1999 when Richard Moore, Michael Byrne and I discovered the winter solstice sunrise alignment of the Baltray standing stones. The website was founded just over a year later, in March 2000, and this week celebrated its 24th birthday.

You can listen to the podcast online, or indeed watch it on the Human Centered Design Network's YouTube channel on the embedded video below:

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I really enjoyed the program. I have learned some exciting history, an what is known about the past.

Johnny Wilson

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