The second season of "Ireland with Michael" features Irish tenor and Riverdance star Michael Londra as he travels from county to county with local musicians and artists, immersing audiences in Ireland's rich cultural heritage.
The new season features eight half-hour episodes as Londra gives travels from county to county with local musicians and artists, immersing audiences in Ireland's rich cultural heritage.
Londra, an Emmy-nominated tenor from Wexford, once again gives viewers an opportunity to learn about Irish history, meet local artisans, experience small-town pubs and local Irish cuisines as he treks across the Dingle Peninsula, undertakes breathtaking day trips in Dublin, and explores the birthplace of his grandfather in Mayo.
"Ireland with Michael has given me the chance to highlight our greatest asset," Londra said in a statement.
"Be they singers, dancers, poets, artisans, or storytellers, our creators share their Ireland, in every episode of the show. I'm so proud of the country and the people in it, so I feel honored to be able to share that around the world.
"We were delighted with the response to Season One, so bringing a new round of adventures in Season Two is all the more special. There will be many more adventures to come on Ireland with Michael."
Londra introduces audiences to many famous and budding Irish singers, musicians, chefs, and writers, including Grammy nominee Joanie Madden from Irish-American group Cherish the Ladies, and singer Michelle Lally from the legendary Irish folk group Dé Dannan.
Season two of "Ireland with Michael" is sponsored by Tourism Ireland, CIE Tours, and Aer Lingus and is distributed across the US by the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA).
It first aired on public television in January and is available to watch on local PBS stations.
The first season of the public series debuted in 2021, receiving more than 4,000 airings and broadcasting into more than 75% of US households.
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