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One woman, 17 British accents

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Siobhan Thompson performs a tour of the accents of the British Isles – and the celebrities who speak with them.
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A finish line few will cross

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The sweat-soaked, not-for-novices sport of adventure racing – where courses can take a day or longer – is perfect for the rugged, spectacular terrain of Ireland’s wild west coast.
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Who was the real St Patrick?

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The details of St Patrick’s life remain murky – but tracking his legendary footsteps across Ireland is both peaceful and spectacular.
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Whale watching on Ireland’s newest coastal route

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Ireland’s southwest coast is one of the easiest places on Earth to see whales, porpoises and dolphins in the wild – and no one knows it yet.
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Guinness’s new Irish rivals

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Since Arthur Guinness first started brewing stout in the late 18th Century, very few other breweries have successfully produced the beer in its ancestral home – until now.
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Where Irish eyes are surfing

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Ireland's fickle weather can change without warning. But when ferocious winds meet 3,171km of crenulated coastline, adventurers can tackle waves up to 12m high.
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