13 August 2014
By Bryan Smyth
- The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km tourist driving route marketed by Failte Ireland
- Some have called it ‘Ireland’s Route 66’
- It uses existing roads on the Western Seaboard of Ireland, from Kinsale to Donegal
- Listen back to this 5 part audio tour
In July/August 2014 David O’Sullivan of www.VoiceOverArtist.ie travelled the Cork section of the Wild Atlantic Way. For one week each day he filed 5-10 minute audio-rich reports that aired on Ireland’s largest local radio operation. The segments aired on two flagship morning shows in Cork this month as summer draws to a close. Each segment took many hours of esearch, travelling, recording, and editing. There was a great reaction to the pieces, with local residents, business people and politicians saying it was great to hear “the gems of their area” featured.
To listen; press play below on Number 1: