New nature documentary will air tomorrow night showcasing some of Cork's most beautiful nature spots
The two-part documentary, Cumhacht an Nádúir will air on TG4 tomorrow night highlighting how nature has given us so much over the past year.
The documentary will showcase Cork's most beautiful natural beauty spots.
The first episode will feature presenter Darach Ó Murchú who meets William P. Hallihan a Doneraile resident and former principal at the local school aswell as local Eamonn Horgan. The 2 Cork men enjoyed access to the Doneraile estate during the pandemic where massive work is ongoing to restore the spectacular gardens.
Also, Máire Ní Murchú from Blarney village is a local tour guide and the director of Activity Day Ireland. She discussed the effect that the closure of Blarney Castle has had on the local community.
The first episode will air on March 24, at 9;30pm on TG4.
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