Hosted by Andy Wint, Manx Radio's daily audience interaction programme. Exploring national Isle of Man issues, with audience questions and opinions.
A look back at a week of Manx Gaelic programmes.
What makes the Isle of Man TT Races so special? Find out, by joining Chris Pritchard and Steve Plater each fortnight as they delve into the fabled motorcycling event, meeting the men and women who risk everything in pursuit of glory. If you want to know what it really takes to be a TT racer, this podcast is for you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A series of programmes focussing on aspects of Island life on the Isle of Man covering a wide range of topics.
A podcast focused on the myths, legends and folkloric creatures of the 6 Celtic Nations; Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man.
The Sound of Horror
The daily podcast of Manx Radio's Update Programme. The definitive roundup of Isle of Man and International news of the day from the Island's No.1 news source.
A weekly look at the Manx political scene in which Phil Gawne talks to the politicians who are raising the issues and asking the questions in Tynwald and the House of Keys, ex-politicians about their time in power and exploring the wider world of politics and the workings of Government.
Manx Radio is 'At Your Service' with a chance for people of all faiths and none to share a time of reflection, prayer and music - spiritual strength in challenging times.
Manx Radio's SportsCast is a look at all aspects of Manx sport, interviews with teams, competitors and more through interviews, propgrammes and features.
The Manx Wildlife Trust podcast exploring all things wild in nature upon the Isle of Man. Produced in association with Manx Radio.
A Youth Politics Podcast! Join us each Friday for a new topic of debate and discussion. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
Manx Radio's weekly programme looking at Manx life from a different angle, exploring the historical, social, linguistic and academic issues.
Podcasts of the regular Isle of Man Government Press Conferences regarding the Coronavirus and measure being taken on the Isle of Man.
Howard Caine presents a journey through the vibrant arts and creative scene on the Isle of Man.
Neil King and Neil Callin talk to cast, crew and creatives involved in bringing Manx Theatre to life. Produced by the Manx Theatre Podcast, not a Manx Radio production.
Phil Gawne takes an in-depth look at a variety of aspects of life on the Isle of Man and further afield. Sometimes political, occasionally controversial, but always an appointment to listen.
Bob Carswell delivers a weekly programme of great Manx Gaelic broadcasting and entertainment.
Highlighting some of the most interesting, intriguing and engaging recent Isle of Man stories from Manx Radio News.
Terry Cringle's weekly look into different aspects of Manx history.
Howard Parkin joins Judith Ley to discuss the different and exciting sights that can be seen in the dark skies over the Isle of Man at night.
IM1 - The satirical look behind the scenes at Manx Radio.
A weekly look at the news, the views and the people behind the Manx countryside and farming industry with Simon Clarke and Kirree Kermode.
Are you ready for a mystery? Every day Monday-Saturday, we feature a different detective audio drama from the Golden Age of Radio. Our current mystery-solving line-up of radio detectives includes Sam Spade, Meet Miss Sherlock, Dangerous Assignment, Philo Vance, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, and Tales of the Texas Rangers. Whether you're wanting to listen to a mystery before going to sleep or enjoy some drama while driving, or just feel nostalgia for old school radio fiction, we have you covered ...
A podcast about football in the Isle of Man, lovingly cultivated by Isle of Man Newspapers' Andy Dalrymple and Dave Norton.
The best bits of Beth Espey and Christy DeHaven chatting with a variety of fascinating guests and discussing a range of topics.
Longtime soul brothers and sometimes collaborators Sam Mickens & Zac Pennington present a weekly program dealing with concepts & constructs in modern masculinity.
Series of podcasts covering the Isle of Man General Election 2021
Join me, Steve Heinrich, as I explore my passions in technology and other things that I find interesting.
Welcome to Craftcast: The Freemasons Podcast. Craftcast is the official podcast of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) - the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and Districts overseas. In every episode Shaun Butler, James Dalton and Stephen Whatley are chatting all things Freemasonry. They ask the big questions, talk about their experiences and interview special guests from across UGLE. Craftcast is the podcast for everyone from seasoned ...
The general anything podcast from Manx Television, Plc. for the Isle of Man and beyond.
Marine Scientist Rowan Henthorn and Journalist Aaron Ibanez speak to the movers, shakers and ocean explorers in this six part series of stories from the sea. Produced by environmental group Sustain Our Seas. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
Sermons from Marown Church, Isle of Man
The official Cosmic Trigger podcast.
Gary, Ruth and their friends bring you ancient tales, stories, legends and mythology of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man. Stories full of the bravery of heroes and heroines, the magnificent pantheon of gods and goddesses and the magic and wonder of druids, faeries and folklore. You'll also find some 'Special' Shows with music, modern stories, some great information and lots more from the modern Celtic community weaved in with the main story Shows.
Programmes and features from Manx Radio's Mountain Memories station.
(Mostly serious) ruminations on Bob Dylan's work
Jason Quinn previews the Biggest Movies on 3FM. Brought to you with Manx Telecom Tuesdays
Ravencast is the official FC Isle of Man Podcast. Presented by host, Mike Holt. Ravencast will provide all content around FC Isle of Man including interviews with Staff and Players, Pre and Post match reviews, and much more!#UnleashTheRavens
A series where Bob Harrison explores the history and stories surrounding some of the Isle of Man's most distinctive and curious buildings.
Sarah Hendy presents reports, music, interviews and general coverage from the Festival Interceltique de Lorient.
In 2017, Highways England announced that they wanted to build a dual carriageway right through the middle of Rimrose Valley, a country park in Sefton near Liverpool. The only green space in a heavily populated and urbanised area. The purpose of this dual carriageway? To increase the capacity of the nearby Port of Liverpool, owned by Peel Ports. A privately owned organisation based in the Isle of Man. The WE SAID NO podcast tells the story of how the campaign to fight the road and the damage ...
A live panel discussion programme based upon an Manx Radio Island wide survey to find out what matters most to people on the Isle of Man.
Chris Cave reports on all the action from the Natwest Island Games in Gibraltar.
Jason Quinn talks "Tech" with Manx Telecom each month...From Smartphones to accessories to Gadgets to Smart Watches...Reviews & Previews...It's all here!
Adam Hudgeon explores people's stories from across the Isle of Man about their experiences with mental health and how they have dealt with you. Produced by Reach. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
A podcast dedicated to bringing you some of the worlds Wtf moments on cryptozoology, mysterious happenings, crazy experiments, and unbelievable life events.
Produced by the Manx Theatre Podcast team, Super group talks to local Isle of Man musicians about their own music and their own dream Super Group. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
FC Isle of Man host Squires Gate in the NWCFL Premier Division with both sides struggling for form and hunting vital points to edge away from the relegation zone - Commentary by Rob Pritchard and Tony MephamBy Manx Radio
Improvements are needed at almost all GP practices on the Isle of Man with many not always providing ‘safe care’. That’s the view of the Care Quality Commission which has reviewed the 13 surgeries across the Island. Christian Jones and Tessa Hawley have this edition of Newscast:By Radio Manx Ltd
Fourteen criminals have been jailed for almost 40 years for their parts in a drug trafficking operation which saw more than £1 million of cannabis brought to the Isle of Man. The men and women, from the United Kingdom and the Island, all played roles within an organised crime group which Manx police say they have now successfully dismantled. You ca…
Staffing level of Emergency Department nurses failed safety standards, LegCo completes final reading of 2022 Energy Bill, Police say trafficking gangs are a ‘wicked problem’ & rates are up in Ramsey. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Gentrification of TT and funfair latest, our two EV fire blankets, parking tickets at Nobles Hospital, assisted dying opinion & EV ferry ban. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Today's Mystery:A woman comes to Vance after seeing her husband walking down the street talking - even though he's been dead for ten months. Original Radio Broadcast Date: January 17, 1950 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Grah…
40% of calls to 3 Island surgeries unanswered, patients made to stay in Emergency beds, is school uniform needed, more GP services needed for Ballasalla and Powerlifting goes from strength to strength. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
We hear about preparations for this year's Young Farmers Concert at the Gaiety, catch up with Anne Clarke ahead of the last day for entries to the Guild, and more creative talk at Kensington ArtsBy Manx Radio
Simon Richardson in conversation with the CEO of the Children's Centre, Joff Whitten about possible changes to parental leave rules.By Radio Manx Ltd
The Great Manx Insurance Mystery solved, Ballasalla Medical Centre's given notice, overcoming government inertia, IOM and Eurovision & Manx capitalism for all. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
We talk about three different creatures, two from the Oceania region (The Scherger creature & Kabagon) we also discuss the legend of the creature of Indiana (the Beast of Busco) In Indiana folklore, the Beast of Busco is an enormous snapping turtle which citizens claimed to have seen in 1949.By Mysteries and Beyond
Today's Mystery:Steve has to put a stop to an organization that's killing American tourists overseas and stealing their identities in order to smuggle their agents across the border. Original Radio Broadcast Date: September 29, 1950 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatd…
In this episode we explore some of the different types of magic practitioners in the Isle of Man including witch-doctors and necromancers!
Presenters: Marguerite Kenner and Alasdair Stuart Hey folks, welcome to an Escape Artists metacast. I’m Marguerite Kenner. And I’m Alasdair Stuart. For those of you who have never heard a metacast before, think of this like a mini State of the Union address, a way for us to update you about what’s been happening at EA. The big thing is our news tha…
Steam Packet's new boat will be late, Douglas rates up 9%, AWOL soldier held in gaol, £2 max bus fare retained, suicide strategy on the way & Guild deadline midnight this Saturday. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Highlights from a wonderful celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Cleveland Medal Test - the highest prize awarded annually to the best adult voice in that year's Guild - our treasured Manx Music Festival. Hear 20 medal winners forming a unique 'Cleveland Choir' and listen to reflections from Margaret Summerscales, Ernie Thorne, Paul Costain,…
Manx Telecom service losses, our new Sea Terminal in Liverpool, refusal to provide home insurance, opportunity missed by MDC, Manx Care's £30m agency and bank staff bill & electric bike cost. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Your round-up of the latest football, rugby and hockey results from across the Isle of Man this weekend (28 January, 2023)By Manx Radio
Manxman Orran Smith has conquered a gruelling event known as The Spine Race, all in aid of a local Isle of Man cause - but just how much did the 160-hour, 268-mile event push Orran to the limit? He spoke to Manx Radio's Rhian Evans about the experienceBy Manx Radio
Today's Mystery: Jane gets a client for Peter Blossom, a beautiful widow who's accused of murdering her wealthy husband. Original Radio Broadcast Date: September 12, 1946 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, …
Manx Care's £30m bill for bank and agency workers, Ravens in a rut, £2 max bus fare extended, ex-MHK Boot "appalled" over treatment, stinky southern streets & life after Flybe. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Steam Packet's MV Manxman still off Korea, Love IOM card availability, cycling to work in Douglas, Manx Development Corp's plans for 20 minute city & the use of statins. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Today's Mystery: Sam receives a love letter from a woman he doesn't know asking her to escape from her insane uncle. Original Radio Broadcast Date: March 27, 1949 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, I…
This touching episode sees our hosts share their experiences as younger Freemasons. Together, they recall moments of unexpected levels of support and satisfaction they felt as members and touch on the impact that deep bonds of friendship can have on a young person. Listen in as they explain Freemasonry's unique dignity and brotherhood and its abili…
For this month's edition of the MANX SKY AT NIGHT, resident Astronomer Howard Parkin takes us on a tour of the IOM Observatory. Group visits, and visitors on Club Nights are always welcome - email Howard if you'd like more information - firstname.lastname@example.orgBy Manx Radio
There's an election to the Legislative Council coming soon and Paul Craine MLC is looking for votes. Is the role of the Council changing, what are Keys members looking for and how do they decide. Mr Craine was elected in November 21, shortly after the general election and has certainly been vocal since then. So what does he want to achieve and what…
As the consultation ends on Dr Alex Allinson’s bid to introduce a law to enable terminally ill adults to end their own life, Perspective this week debates the pros and cons of introducing legislation in this very difficult area. Should you have the right to decide how and when your life ends? With such rights come immense responsibilities too - are…
Friday 27 January was Holocaust Memorial Day - a day to specially remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, alongside the millions killed under Nazi persecution of other groups like Roma, Sinti, gay people and people with disabilities. It is also a day to remember all those killed in the more recent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda,…
Mastey ny meeryn ass 'Shiaght Laa', ta Maralyn Crellin ginsh dooin beggan mychione ennym y valley beg cheerey, Purt Chiarn. Ta caa dooin cloie Kianglaghyn Kiaullee as Cre'n Vlein? marish Daniel Quayle ayns 'Jamys Jeheiney'. Chammah's coraa Phil Gawne y cheayrt shoh ayns 'Goll as Gaccan', ta shin clashtyn Adrian Cain as eh loayrt mychione lioar t'eh…
The Manx people of 1791 were notable for instigating court cases, and David Robertson gives us a fairly unedifying picture of how they proceeded. In our version in the Manx Gaelic of Bram Stoker's Dracula, once again Professor Van Helsing and Dr John Seward have to save the life of Lucy Westenra. With the Professor keeping watch over her, Lucy enjo…
Today's Mystery:Jace investigates the case of a robber who is assaulting young couples at night and who has already committed one murder. Original Radio Broadcast Date: March 30, 1952 Become one of our monthly patreon supporters at patreon.greatdetectives.netSupport the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation…
In tonight's programme - a cup final takes centre-stage amongst the fixtures in Manx football this weekend; Two tough trips across the water await on Saturday for two of the Island's rugby sides; And as we enter week three of the men's and ladies Manx Hockey season, we look at who could set the trend again in the latest matches - Rob Pritchard is j…
A Peel Commissioner resigns, athlete raises £10k for charity after his toughest race, min wage going up, golfer Ana Dawson makes pro debut, Holocaust Memorial Day commemorated & FC IOM in relegation battle. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Today (27 January) plans were announced to increase the Island's minimum wage from £9.50 to £10.75 from April.The proposed £1.25 per hour increase will go before Tynwald next month.It's 30p higher than was suggested by the Island's Minimum Wage Committee.the body consulted with businesses and individuals ahead of the changes, receiving 22 responses…
Parking at Noble's Hospital, disabled badges, dog mess and anti-meat leaflets - it's Mannin Line with Beth Espey #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Having earned her credentials in the recent Ladies European Tour 'Q-School', Island golfer Ana Dawson makes her professional debut in Kenya next week (2-5 February) - She tells Manx Radio how exciting it feels to be joining the big leagues and what other opportunities she may get at that level throughout the season…
Lewis Foster speaks with Georgia Foxton - who experienced symptoms of chronic fatigue during her A-levels after contracting glandular fever - and ME Support Isle of Man Chairman, Juan Corlett.By Radio Manx Ltd
Samuel Leach is one of the UK's leading entrepreneurs. He started his business from his university dormitory and was a millionaire by the time he reached his early twentiesBy Radio Manx Ltd
In the second part of Ian Lougher’s conversation with Chris Pritchard and Steve Plater, the guys talk about his first TT win, which was in 1990. Ian explains how it was a challenging year with frustration at the European Championships and a misbehaving bike at the North West 200. Chris and Steve ask Ian how he’s maintained his passion for motorspor…
Today's Mystery:Johnny goes to Michigan to investigate an explosion onboard a ship, and to find the respectable man who is suspected of planting the bomb. Original Radio Broadcast Date: August 3, 1954 When making your travel plans, remember http://johnnydollarair.com Take the listener survey at http://survey.greatdetectives.net…
“A Short Trip Home” was published in 1927 and is in the public domain F. SCOTT FITZGERALD – “The Diamond As Big As The Ritz” (1922) BLACKWATER 2: MORE TALES OF THE FANTASTIC by Alberto Manguel Stefan Grabinski KRAFTWERK – Trans-Europe Express (1977) Pierre Schaeffer – “Etudes aux Chemins du Fer” (aka “Railroad Study”) (1948) A Short Trip Home By F.…
What is Government doing to prevent suicides, Charity raises funds to help kids with ADHD, Roadwork’s for TT23 released, kids need to sign up to dentists & Government needs to attract ‘the right people’. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
Anna Graham chats to Howard about this year's Big Schools' Birdwatch and taking over the education role at Manx Birdlife.By Manx Radio
Accessibility on vintage transport, parking tickets at Noble's Hospital and one-sided media - it's Mannin Line with Beth Espey #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
FC Isle of Man's most avid supporters will hold a relaunch of the club's supporters group on Saturday, 4 February in Pulrose, aiming to come up with ideas to increase the club's following and provide benefits to the wider Manx communitySo what will the relaunch involve? How can the club aid businesses and residents? FC IoM Board Member, Andy Bircha…
Today's Mystery: A gangleader comes to Vance for help go legitimate and is then found murdered. Original Radio Broadcast Date:January 10, 1950 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Take the …
After a brief overview of events into the weekend, we join Pip Rolfe of the Erin Arts Centre to hear about the Young Singer of Mann competition, in two categories this year, the young age group on Saturday 28th January and the older age range on Sunday 29th January. The panel of adjudicators is chaired by Angela Stewart, who tells us about the judg…
Treasury to pay two former MHKs £22,500, Manx Utilities not yet drawn on £26 million loan, Assisted Dying consultation to close, Aussie rider returns to the TT & Solar plans for the south faces criticism. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio