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Fergal chats to his guests about travel, culture, music, food and drink, politics, history, tourism and expat lives. Guests share memories of the trips and places that most influenced and shaped their lives.

Bonus Festival Special with David Teevan

The Clonmel Junction Arts Festival starts this Saturday, 3rd July and the festival will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary for the duration of the festival until Sunday 10th July with a mixture of outdoor and online events in their brand new festival Dome including a brilliant theatre and music program.

The festival was founded in 2001 by David Teevan. During his time as the festival director David travelled all over the world discovering indigenous bands and theatre productions to bring back to the festival every year.

My guest on this Bonus Festival Special is David Teevan, who is the founder of the Clonmel Junction Arts Festival, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

David shares great tales of his favourite travels to festivals in Malawi, Zambia Iran, Canada, the Edinburgh Festival, Womad in Reading and Womex in Seville and Copenhagen.

I will be doing my first Travel Tales with Fergal Live Podcast on the 6th July with novelist Louise Nealon in the festival DOME and you can get free tickets online from here

In this unique conversation, Louise Nealon will discuss her experiences in the last year of the writing process, getting published and going to No.1 in the bestseller charts for her debut novel Snowflake.

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