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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.
 
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.
 
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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
 
Astronomer Howard Parkin gives an insight into the astronomical events we can look forward - and up! - to in our night skies this year. We also hear from Astronaut Nicole Stott and husband (& proud Manxman) Chris, who runs the satellite and space industry company ManSat. They reflect on what it means to have the unique vantage point of looking back…
 
Dr Roger Barker is the Institute of Directors’ London-based Director of Policy and Corporate Governance and a former investment banker so why has he been asked to give a talk for Biosphere Isle of Man? Are we finally acknowledging that climate change, mass extinctions and loss of habitat is connected to the lives we lead and the business models of …
 
Many churches see science as the enemy - a challenge to belief in God. But what if science and religion were not opposites at all? Instead - what if they needed each other? The man who asked THOSE questions is Revd Professor David Wilkinson - Theologian, Physicist and current Principal of St John's College, Durham, and he's coming to the Island nex…
 
Our 1791 tour guide, David Robertson, takes us out of Douglas and through Santon to Ballasalla. It gives us an opportunity to explore something of the history of Newtown (now Mount Murray) and an early industrial enterprise in Ballasalla, using the power of the Silverburn to drive a cotton mill. Dr John Seward can't understand what Professor Van He…
 
A bowl of Manx political broth on Perspective this week with a bit of everything thrown in. What looked like a fairly bland Tynwald Order Paper delivered several lively debates, a few mini rebellions and a Ministerial olive branch being snapped in pieces and thrown back in the Ministers faces. Perspective tries to summarise a lively Tynwald from po…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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
 
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…
 
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
 
After missing last year's TT races due to injury, popular Aussie racer Davo Johnson has confirmed he'll be back on the Snaefell Mountain Course this yearJohnson catches up with Dave Moore to chat about the Isle of Man as well as how difficult it can be for some riders across the world in getting plans together for their upcoming campaigns…
 
The family of a murder victim say they feel hugely let down by the probation service - as the person responsible for their loss looks set to be released from prison. Speaking to Manx Radio, the family claim they have faced a lack of communication and misinformation regarding the release, and were shocked to learn the killer could be out as early as…
 
Warning to remain vigilant on-line, hygiene in GP surgeries will be actioned, braces ordered online could have painful consequences, numbers down for the autumn Covid booster and the Villa was over budget. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
How safe are GP surgeries, parking could stop new Douglas development, Liberal Vannin host meeting on Island’s food security & Peel Commissioners still to consider the Sub-Postmaster contract termination. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
Ta strane noa jeh 'Shiaght Laa' er n'ghoaill toshiaght, lesh meeryn giarey 'sy Ghaelg. Ta caa dooin cloie Kianglaghyn Kiaullee as Cre'n Vlein? marish Daniel Quayle ayns 'Jamys Jeheiney'. Ayns 'Goll as Gaccan', ta shin clashtyn arrane beg son paitchyn as ta Phil Gawne soilshaghey magh ny fockleyn jeh da Simon Clarke (as dooinyn). Ta meer elley jeh c…
 
In tonight's programme - The GH Corlett Woods Cup first round will take place alongside the latest series of league fixtures in Manx football this weekend; In rugby, Douglas host the Regional 2 North West leaders on Saturday, Vagabonds Ladies are on the road at Eccles and the new-look Manx Trophy continues locally; And in hockey, a series of intra-…
 
Arctic challenge for footballers, latest on the Dr Ranson tribunal, there is a ‘lack of detail’ in the Island’s health service, rates are up in Peel, surge in Manx speaking & FC IOM have a tough game ahead. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
Westmoreland Road development, assisted dying, football referees, Michelle Mone and yes Andy's on holiday, he hasn't been suspended - it's Mannin Line with Beth Espey #iom #manninline #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
DOI smaller now than ten years ago, Dr Ranson’s tribunal continues, Police warn of on-line threat for youngsters, regional sport hubs strategy begins & adjusting social housing threshold is a waste of time. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
There are interesting exhibitions running at the Manx Museum in Douglas and the House of Manannan in Peel, and we hear of a concert in Bride. Mostly, though, we look forward to Wednesday 25th January, which happens to be Laa'l Paul. Can the weather on that day really foretell the state of the world? Wednesday 25th January sees a presentation by Dav…
 
Unlikely I’ll work again says Dr Ranson, energy billing issues intolerable, more traffic calming measures in Laxey, Charity to help post-viral fatigue students & Nathan Harrison signs for Honda Racing UK. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
Beth Espey takes the Mannin Line out for another schools special, talking to the sixth form students of QE2 High School about their views on Politics, the Island, vaping, the "After Prom" and much more. #iom #manxradio #manninline #QE2By Manx Radio
 
Manx TT racer Nathan Harrison has been snapped up by Honda Racing UK for this year's TT and North West 200 where he'll be teammate to 23-time TT winner, John McGuinness - we hear how Harrison feels about racing alongside one of the most successful TT riders of all-time, and McGuinness himself also tells us how much he's looking forward to being bac…
 
How Government prepares for weather like today, unemployment rises, Government to apologise to those who suffered abuse at a former children’s home, better internet needed & ‘bed blockers’ phrase has to go. It’s Update with Paul Moran #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
 
How do we prepare for weather events like the one we're experiencing in some parts of the Island today? Siobhán Fletcher speaks to the Chief Executive of the Department of Home Affairs, Dan Davies to find out about emergency planning; the CEO of Manx Care Teresa Cope for an update on our healthcare sites, and Beth Espey joins her to answer some of …
 
Historical abuse which took place at a children’s home in Douglas in the 1970s and 1980s has left a ‘black mark’ on the Isle of Man. That’s the view of a former politician who says an apology for the victims of Knottfield has been ‘a long time coming’. Tessa Hawley has this report which some listeners may find distressing.…
 
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