Mary chatted with the Heritage Radio network in New York about speaking Irish, fairies, and pleading for Mother Earth. Listen in here at HeritageRadioNetwork.org.
During a recent visit to Japan to talk about the film Dare To Be Wild, Mary had a chat with The Japan Times. Click through to read the interview.
Mary had a wonderful visit & chat with Róisín Ingle at the Irish Times. Listen here.
Thank you to Smithsonian Magazine for this piece in their June edition by the lovely Jennie Rothenberg Gritz. Photo by Dara Craul.
Last fall at the Kinsale Arts Festival, Mary joined Jim Carroll for a Banter session. Listen in here.
This week, we’re talking gardening on the Banter podcast. Mary Reynolds is best known for her Celtic Sanctuary Irish wildflower garden, which won a gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2002, but she is a landscape designer with a very singular vision when it comes to nature and wildscapes. A film about her life called Dare To Be Wild – written and directed by Vivienne de Courcy, starring Emma Greenwell and Tom Hughes and shot in west Cork and Ethiopia – will be released later in the year. This podcast was recorded at last year’s Kinsale Arts Festival.
Lovely column in the Irish Times by Róisín Ingle about Mary & Dare To Be Wild. Thank you Róisín.