A few familiar faces will be on our TV screens this week when ‘Beidh Aonach Amárach’ returns to TG4.
‘Beidh Aonach Amárach’ is a documentary series that takes viewers into the heart of the country show scene all over Ireland.
Starting on Thursday at 8pm with last year’s Omagh show, the series will be featuring a talented young baker and a salesman from Donegal enjoying the excitement of the fair.
Cameras meet Cáit Ní Cheallaigh from Donegal, who goes to Cólaiste Bhríde in Derry.
Cáit took part in the home industries baking competition and had great success winning first prize for her chocolate cake and buns as well as a highly commended for her tray bakes. She also took home the best overall exhibit rosette for her chocolate cake.
We also meet Ciaran from Machaire Rabhartaigh in Co. Donegal who now lives in Omagh after meeting his girlfriend and got a job with Kennedy Bacon.
The company is run by Mervyn Kennedy and they have done the country show circuit for a long time. Ciaran travels around the country selling their products at various agricultural shows, fairs and food festivals. There is a distinct community of food and craft producers who always do these fairs every summer.
Donegal viewers can look forward to another episode of ‘Beidh Aonach Amárach’ when they visit the scenic Clonmany Show in Inishowen.
Tune in to see Beidh Aonach Amárach on Thursday 23rd January at 8pm on TG4Tags: