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Dublin Bible Church is driven to lead as many people as possible to become fully developing followers of Christ. We strive to be a church that is relevant and provides spiritual direction to the lives of the people in middle Georgia. We hope to work toward our vision by creating welcoming worship environments living in authentic community providing relevant biblical teaching equipping the family with the tools to succeed in encouraging people to take steps toward spiritual growth ___________ ...
 
The Dublin Story Slam Podcast is a collection of short personal and true stories recorded at our monthly open mic competitive storytelling night in Dublin. Each month ordinary Dubliners get up and share extraordinary stories inspired by a different theme each night and battle it out for a place in our Grand Slam final. Big & small, funny & sad, inspiring and compelling, we choose the best stories for our Podcast that will lift your heart and hopefully bring a smile to your day. Hosted on Aca ...
 
Bosnian born, Dublin based DJ/producer and radio host Viktor Marina has been involved in electronic music since 2001, and a DJ since 2004. From being a music journalist through newspapers and radio, DJing to running various club nights as a promoter. As a founder and resident at Deep House Dublin he runs several residencies in some of the major clubs in Dublin promoting and supporting the likes of Sandrino, Denis Horvat, Toto Chiavetta, Petar Dundov and more. In June 2020 he released his deb ...
 
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John Coleman of JC Mortgages in Dublin, Ireland

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Ireland’s favourite mortgage broker would like to sit down with you to share a cup of tea and chat about the state of the mortgage and property market.For those looking to buy property and own a home in Dublin or anywhere in Ireland, this casual and fun podcast will provide some invaluable perspective.Along with US expatriate co-host, Norm Schriever, John Coleman of JC Mortgages would like to invite you to tune in, listen, and even submit your questions to Tea & Mortgage.https://www.jcmortga ...
 
How do we reach our potential in work and life? The Inside Learning podcast explores the science of learning and the future of work with expert guest speakers and research-based insights from The Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin, a global research centre focused on learning technology. Hosted by author, consultant and coach Aidan McCullen. Get in touch: info@learnovatecentre.org / https://www.learnovatecentre.org
 
From the Norman Invasion to the War of Independence, the Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through the most fascinating stories in Ireland's past. Whether it’s the siege of Dublin in 1171 or gun battles in the 1920s, the podcast vividly recreates a sense of time and place. Each episode is meticulously researched creating character driven narratives that are engaging and accessible for all. Since the first episode was released back in 2010, the podcast has covered scores of fascin ...
 
In Season 2 of Inside the Crime, we investigate the murder of Charles Self, a talented RTÉ set designer who was brutally killed in his south Dublin home in 1982. Born in England and raised in Scotland, he had settled well into a new life in Dublin. So who would want him dead? Subscribe now to make sure you don't miss a moment of this true crime podcast.
 
The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
 
Hey! We're Jen and Karla. Two girls from Dublin with what we consider an "alright" sense of humour. Times are changing and we love discussing our strong, differing opinions on todays everyday topics, but even more so, we want to hear yours. Get in touch with us on Instagram. We have exclusive episodes on Patreon too! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-unpopular-opinion. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Welcome to Eat the Storms, the one-stop poetry podcast coming to you from Dublin, Ireland, hosted by poet and producer Damien B. Donnelly with new episodes every Saturday from 5pm GMT featuring guests from around the world. We are on Spotify, Apple, Anchor, Podbean, Google, Breaker, PocketCasts, Overcast and many more platforms so tune in to Stay Bloody Poetic
 
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Wayne Talbot, Kim Brosnan, Darren Fahey

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Your intrepid hosts Wayne Talbot, Kim Brosnan, Darren Fahey d Gillian Dempsey plus the occasional guest meet each episode in a different pub around Dublin City and discuss all things geek over a few pints.
 
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The Dublin Story Slam is an open mic competitive storytelling night. Every month we invite audience members to pop their name into the hat. If picked they get up and share true personal stories inspired by a different theme each month. The winner of each Story Slam is invited back to take part in the annual Grand Slam Championship. In this episode …
 
Welcome to the 26th Confined Spaces Radios Show. My name is Viktor Marinaand I will be your host for the next 2 hours. As per the usual drill, I'll be playing for the first hour of the show, joining me from the 2nd hour is Vidno from Poland with a superb selection. We're gonna hear more about him a bit later so buckle up and enjoy.We're at the end …
 
As a frequent flier, the first thing that will come to your mind while landing at a busy airport like Dublin International Airport is to hire a reliable chauffeur car service in Dublin. Dublin airport chauffeur service beats its counterparts when it comes to comfort, safety, convenience, and ease of boarding. These services operate directly to and …
 
Dr David McGrath is Director of Trinity's College Health Service and came to this line of medicine through his work at the University of Edinburgh where he found his calling. He talks us through his early days of experience in emergency medicine and also his work with patients that had what came to be known as AIDS during his time in Kenya. Dr McGr…
 
Following an election in October 2022, and under the shadow of the storming of the Presidential compound in Brasilia on 8 January 2023 by supporters of former president Jair Bolsonaro, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (President Lula) took office as President of Brazil. In this address, Robert Muggah, co-Founder of the Igarape Institute, a leading Brazili…
 
On this weeks episode we talk about Sean Dyches recent appointment to Everton and if he can keep them up. The recent FA cup fixtures including Wrexham's significant rise. And we finish off with some transfer rumours and if our clubs will get involved in deadline day Music by : @sello_ire - Instagram Insta: @football_frenemys Twitter: @FootballFrene…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of Sorcery & Shenanigans. The adventurers take on a Werewolf pack as they continue their chase of the thief Bright Eyes, who stole the Void Shard and escaped to the cursed land of Barovia. Not all is as it seems as a twisted evil is revealed to the group.By Wayne Talbot, Kim Brosnan, Darren Fahey, Gillian Dempsey.
 
The people who build Europe's gothic cathedrals knew that they wouldn't be around to see them completed. They were building for people yet to be born. This is what we need to build liveable cities right now. Looking at John Gray the 19th century architect of Dublin's water system, we apply Gray's thinking and planning to the of the biggest urban di…
 
The Hole (1998) directed by Ming-liang TsaiWhile never-ending rain and a strange disease spread by cockroaches ravage Taiwan, a plumber makes a hole between two apartments and the inhabitants of each form a unique connection, enacted in musical numbers.This is The Recommendation Game, a bi-weekly podcast where two film lovers take turns to recommen…
 
Pour one more sup of whiskey. We are going to take a hiatus. We will make a further announcement in the spring season. PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LFAB EMAIL: askletsfightaboss@gmail.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LetsFightABoss INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/letsfightaboss Quest Log: Bros, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Avatar: The Way…
 
100 years ago, WB Yeats won the Nobel Prize for Literature. Dr Patrick Geoghegan looks at his life and legacy, his politics and his love of the occult, joined by esteemed panel Dr Adrian Paterson, Lecturer in English at the School of English and the Creative Arts at the University of Galway; Dr Lucy Collins, Associate Professor of Modern Poetry, at…
 
***Trigger warning*** Requested by a lovely listener. Not gonna lie we found this a hard one to navigate....we do get the perspective from some people who have been through, with some wise words as we continue the topic over on our Patreon so join us over there if you want to hear more. As mentioned in the episode, we will be joined by Mary Hayes f…
 
In the twelfth and final episode of this series of IIEA Insights, IIEA Chief Economist and previous IIEA Director General David O’Sullivan sit down to discuss the key issues raised during the series, including but not limited to, the outlook of Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, the transatlantic economy, and potential headwinds on the horizon, as we…
 
In this Film Ireland podcast, Gemma Creagh chats to Conor McMahon, Writer/Director of Let the Wrong One In.Let The Wrong One In tells the story of a young supermarket worker who discovers that his older brother is a vampire and must choose whether to save or slay him.https://filmireland.net/The film stars Anthony Head, who is best known for his rol…
 
DIVISIONAL REVIEW + CONFERENCE PREVIEWAnd then there were four. Divisional weekend is done and that means we are left with the best of the best and this year that means a truly heavyweight Conference round awaits. Before that we get the biggest news stories including a new GM in Tennessee, the Patriots hiring an actual offensive coordinator and the…
 
Davos’s World Economic Forum, although often maligned for it’s ultra-wealthy attendees - and understandably so - is still an event that outlines, and in some cases, shapes the economic priorities of the world for the year ahead. Today we go right to the source to understand what is on the mind of this year’s speakers. Join the gang! https://plus.ac…
 
In her address to the IIEA, Jillian York outlines how the internet transformed the ability of citizens to contribute to public discourse, especially for citizens living under authoritarian regimes. However, the internet has also facilitated the spread of harmful content such as disinformation and hate speech. Ms York discusses how platform companie…
 
This week Football Frenemys discuss the ongoing controversies swirling around Juventus, Everton's issues after Lampard's recent sacking, Arsenal's last minute winner over United, Liverpool's stalemate with Chelsea and much more. Music by : @sello_ire - Instagram Insta: @football_frenemys Twitter: @FootballFrenemy iTunes: Football Frenemys Spotify: …
 
Matt is joined by Bubba to discuss The Crown S5E01-03 “Queen Victoria Syndrome”, “The System”, and “Mou Mou”. We want your feedback! Why? So we can enter you into a contest to win all kinds of cool Crown oriented stuff! Tweet @LilibetPod, Hive or Mastodon MattsAudioblog, email mattsaudioblog@gmail.com, comment at mattsaudiblog.com, or on the Double…
 
This episode examines the effects of capitalist imperialist exploitation on communities in Ireland and around the world. Hear from Raymond Kemble about the destruction and death caused by the fracking industry in his hometown. Maureen O'Connor of Extinction Rebellion discusses the colonial commonalities between Ireland and Uganda. Environmental sci…
 
This episode continues the story of emigration and Irish Coffin Ships during the Great Famine. Dr Cian T. McMahon, the author of The Coffin Ship - Life and Death at Sea during the Great Famine discusses The death rate onboard coffin ships What factors determined whether someone lived or died. How Irish Famine emigrants adjusted to life in the U.S. …
 
It's never been more expensive to be 30 something. The old social contract used to be, work hard, study, get a degree, keep your beak clean and soon enough your income will rise and you will end up richer than your parents. That's no longer the case. The conveyor belt of upward social mobility has stalled. The Millennials are falling behind, while …
 
In this episode of Talking History, we explore the Clerys archive and find out how the iconic building in Dublin has been restored. Joining host Dr Patrick Geoghegan is public historian Caitlin White of Trinity College Dublin as well as George O'Malley who specialises in the conservation and restoration of lime plaster and stucco, and led the plast…
 
How did the world fall into chaos? How will it be restored? Stop grasping at straws. Learn where to place your hope in this broken world.This week's teaching leads into Core52: Chapter 3.Purchase your book: https://smile.amazon.com/Core-52-Fifteen-Minute-Daily-Guide/dp/0525653252/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1673460083&sr=8-1If you're in…
 
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