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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 ...
 
As journalists born and raised in Derry, Mary Minihan and Freya McClements have always been interested in the different identities that belong to the people of Ireland. In this podcast series from The Irish Times, they talk to interesting people about identity, culture and the experiences that shaped them. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
My name is Derek Burke a radio presenter, producer and researcher from Ireland. I present two radio shows weekly in Ireland both shows are uploaded to this podcast. One show is a two hour Indie Music show and the other show Also is a Classic Hits Show featuring music from 80’s, 90’s and 00’s along with a newly or recently released Irish song of the week. All the show details are; Derek Burke’s Simply The Decades Radio Show on Dublin’s Tomorrow Radio - www.tomorrowradio.com Wednesdays from 12 ...
 
Jarlath Regan presents An Irishman Abroad, a selection of diverse weekly podcasts featuring the greatest Irish people of all time talking about their lives, politics, health, wellness and everything in between. Along with regular contributors Sonia O’Sullivan (Irishman Running Abroad), Marion McKeone (Irishman In America) and Tom Dunne (Selection Box), these podcasts are renowned for the depth and quality of its long form interviews. Previous guests include Brian O'Driscoll, Sir Bob Geldof, ...
 
Each week Breifne Earley talks to a different sports star from across the Irish sporting world. Including Olympians, Paralympians, World Champions, International athletes and the hottest sporting prospects for the future. Each week we put our guest to the Spotlight Sweat our own Sports Quiz to see which star knows the most about Irish Sport. Each guest also gets to demonstrate their musical taste by selecting the closing song of the show. Sporting Spotlight is broadcast weekly on Dublin City ...
 
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The Fine Ale Countdown

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The Fine Ale Countdown is a comedy-cum-(hehehe)-beer review podcast, thrown together by 5 friends who used to performed sketch comedy together. The only catch is none of them know anything about beer, and it’s really just an excuse to meet up and drink. Surprisingly entertaining to listen to. New Episode out every Thursday at 8pm (Irish Time). You can reach the show via Twitter or Instagram @FAleCountdown.
 
Join Best Selling Author Drew Hannush as he talks with the founders, distillers, authors, historians, and brand ambassadors that lead us to a greater understanding of the whiskies we love - and the ones we should know more about. Drew not only explores the history of bourbon, scotch, rye, and other world whiskies, he seeks to broaden our understanding of styles, regions, and the distiller's craft through deep dives with those in the know. Each episode is meant to be as pertinent today as it ...
 
All In is an Irish panel-based business show. Tapping into the business news cycle and analysing topical business trends, All In provides Irish business people with unrivalled insights and industry savvy to stay ahead of the game.
 
Multi award winning documentaries from Ireland telling real life stories. With over 1,800 documentaries on offer, the Documentary On One Podcast has the largest archive of documentaries available in the world, dating as far back as 1954, right up to the present day. Winner of over 340 national and international awards. Producer of podcast series 'Tiger Roll, The People's Horse', 'GunPlot' and 'The Nobody Zone'. Immerse yourself in a world of sound, story and character. See acast.com/privacy ...
 
70 minutes of good Irish traditional music, from some of Ireland's top musicians and singers mostly on their own and indie labels. All of which are distributed and promoted by the first indie company to specialize in Irtrad. All titles are available via mail order from www.copperplatemailorder.com Payment through Pay Pal. Check out the web site for sound samples and details on over 100 great titles. Presented by Alan O'Leary formerly of CMR Radio and Spyda Radio and driving force behind Copp ...
 
We watch films and flog dead horses, so you don't have to. Is this week's film choice a complete waste of your viewing time? Much like Flogging/Beating a dead horse is...Get it? Anywho...Bone dry humour, an Irish woman's potty mouth & petty squabbling await. As our Greek mate Sophocles once said: "Nay, allow the claim of the dead; stab not the fallen; what prowess is it to FilmFlog the slain anew?" So, grab your whip of choice, mount your dead steed and let's ride!
 
The Troubles were a period of time in Northern Ireland which many people today do not know a lot about. In this podcast we will delve into each individual bombing and attack that happened during the 30-year period. This is a non-partisan podcast that focuses solely on the facts and the accounts of the individuals involved.
 
There was a dark time in Irish history when having a drink in a pub with some friends required the additional purchase of a “substantial meal.” Countless nights of talking absolute nonsense were lost. To combat this, three friends decided to crank up their Windows XP-powered Dell computers and get drunk together online from the squalor of their own homes. Join two of Ireland’s funniest comedians, Justine Stafford and Martin Angolo, along with Ireland’s least-known actor Dermot Ward, as they ...
 
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It is hard to overstate John Teeling's impact on the Irish whiskey industry. He took on an Irish whiskey monopoly and helped bring interest back into a dying industry. Then after selling his distillery, he bought another and this one is fostering the growth of the modern Irish whiskey craft industry - supplying fine spirits to new distilleries look…
 
In part 2 of Murder at Mother Mountain Ellen’s life changes forever on March 10th 1846 when the violence that overshadowed her life finally comes to her door... Support the show www.patreon.com/irishpodcast https://plus.acast.com/s/irishhistory This week's special supporters are M Renee D Mosier A Dacy A O'Brien M Kelly J A C McGowan K L. Daly E La…
 
http;//www.copperplatemailorder.com Copperplate Time 402 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Le Cheile: Seanamhach Tube Station/Jui’s/The Munster Buttermilk. Out of the West 3. Brian Hughes & Dave Sheridan: May Bán/In Good Tenor However Long the Day 4. Andy I…
 
The Collectors Story I have known Tom Hartley for 55 years. During that time he has given decades of service to the republican cause. He has been an organiser, a writer, a propagandist, a leader. During the anti-internment protests of the early 1970s, and then the H-Block/Armagh campaign he was in the front line No Smoking Back in the day my genera…
 
In this book club episode, Niamh Towey, Bernice Harrison, Róisín and Ann Ingle discuss Trespasses by Derry writer Louise Kennedy. Set in Belfast, during the Troubles, it explores the relationship between a young Catholic woman and a married Protestant barrister. The group also share their summer reading recommendations. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Irish swimming legend and campaigner for justice, Dr. Gary O'Toole sits down with to talk on the podcast this week. Gary explains his complicated relationship with the sport of swimming and how it has changed over the years. We look into George Gibney's efforts to preempt Gary's attempt to gather a case against him and the grotesque way in which Ir…
 
Irish swimming legend and campaigner for justice, Dr. Gary O'Toole sits down with to talk on the podcast this week. Gary explains his complicated relationship with the sport of swimming and how it has changed over the years. We look into George Gibney's efforts to preempt Gary's attempt to gather a case against him and the grotesque way in which Ir…
 
Ed Yong’s new book, “An Immense World,” urges readers to break outside their “sensory bubble” to consider the unique ways that dogs, dolphins, mice and other animals experience their surroundings. “I’ve often said that my beat is everything that is or was once alive, which covers billions of species, across basically the entirety of the planet’s hi…
 
We went to Amsterdam on holiday and met up with one of our favourite Irish internet personalities, Cork comedian Ronan Brosnan, AKA Shite Guides, AKA The Delivery Boy, AKA a very sound lad altogether. We discussed Amsterdam, Cork, the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer, and the exciting thefts of the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer by the Ra…
 
“Daddy long-legs,” Leo goes, pointing at quite literally nothing. “It’s a focking daddy long-legs.” I’m like, “For the fifteenth time, Leo, it’s not a daddy long-legs. It’s a crack in your glasses from when Johnny hit you across the face with the griddle pan.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Joe Biden says yesterday's ruling ‘should trouble us all’ as the conservative Supreme Court majority struck down laws requiring ‘proper cause’ to carry guns in public. Marion unpicks what just happened and explains why these rogue judges are intent on bringing America back to the 50s. It's a bombshell piece of news that makes it hard to talk about …
 
What is in the This Week in Science Podcast? This Week: Charon’s Red Cap, Pee farming, Tea, Almost Meat, One-legged longevity, Eat Plants Locally, It’s time to talk about face mites, Frogs, Bats, Ancient pre-Brexit England, Cancer killing plants, Breathy Identity, Touching Itch, And Much More… Become a Patron! Check out the full episode of […] The …
 
Cork writer Louise O’Neill’s latest book Idol delves into the heart and mind of a super influencer in the wellness world. In this episode she talks to Róisín Ingle about the book, her third novel for adults, and the thorny topics it throws up like consent, eating disorders, cancel culture and the authenticity of influencers. We also hear from Alice…
 
For our final episode before Dublin Pride's biggest weekend, we're talking to Philly McMahon and Philip Connaughton about their new production, Party Scene, which examines chemsex and community. Plus, Andrea and Una give their verdicts on J Lo's Halftime (and her giant bejazzled coffee cup), and Roisin Murphy held hands with Andrea, so now they're …
 
On May 4, 2001, Bonny Lee Bakley was found fatally shot in a car on a dark North Hollywood street. The prime suspect was her husband, famed actor Robert Blake. But Bonny, a longtime con artist, had plenty of enemies. She left behind a trail of men she’d scammed, and she had a volatile relationship with Christian Brando, the troubled son of movie st…
 
Jennifer Bray, Jack Horgan-Jones and Irish Times Economics Correspondent Eoin Burke-Kennedy join Pat Leahy to discuss the long wait until October's budget and the mounting pressure on political leaders to ease the cost of living for Irish households. The group also discuss the proposed pay rises for top earning public servants, which is expected to…
 
Sonia sets out the plan for week one of her ten-week-half-marathon training block. (Full plans available to download and print in the episode notes) Why is calculating paces at the centre of this week and why do so many people struggle to accept the pace they should be running at? We get a detailed look at the theory behind the training Sonia has d…
 
Sonia sets out the plan for week one of her ten-week-half-marathon training block. (Full plans available to download and print in the episode notes) Why is calculating paces at the centre of this week and why do so many people struggle to accept the pace they should be running at? We get a detailed look at the theory behind the training Sonia has d…
 
To accompany Murder at Murder Mountain, I am releasing five deep dive episodes which delve into the history of the early 19th century Ireland in greater detail. These will be released between the main episodes. This is deep dive looks at the pre-Famine catholic church. While religion was very important during Ellen Kennedy's childhood, the catholic…
 
Last week markets worldwide wobbled as investors fretted about a recession and aggressive monetary tightening by central banks. In addition, cryptocurrencies have slumped this year leaving many people nursing major losses. So, is this just a blip, or is there something more fundamental going on? In this episode of The Irish Times Inside Business po…
 
Dr.Nicola Fox Hamilton is a cyberpsychologist. We chat about what social media is doing to our minds and behavior. Can it make us more hostile? What is the science behind internet trolls? Is social media addictive? And how will VR impact our brains? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The 'One Woman a Week' Killers. Part One episode photos are on our Instagram page, comment below to contribute your thoughts. Contact us if you have a little known Irish or British crime we should cover in future episodes. Instagram LinkTree 🙏 Thank you to our Patreon 🧖‍♀️ Me time: @twiningsuk @neutrogena @thebodyshop 📚 Episode References: Wiki htt…
 
Irish Illustrated Insider discusses the Notre Dame baseball team in Omaha, and the football team this summer, plus rates the position groups all the way from Playoff-Level to...Power 5? Sponsored by: OCFireworks Buy Wholesale Fireworks Online At OCFireworks, America's Fireworks Superstore with Free Shipping. Come Shop At Our Retail Store in Mishawa…
 
Late to the party as per, we look at how the love affair between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard played out like a typical day in the life of Hunter S. Thompson. Oh, and also, we try out some new segments. Oh, and also, also, Fiona comments on the varying quality on offer from the Indie Podcast scene and their respective Patreons, whilst Ben sits quiet…
 
Ellen Kennedy was born into in Western Tipperary in 1803. Her youth was one nurtured by violence. Hunger and food shortages were common. The stark inequalities lead to frequent outbreaks of violence. In this deeply unequal society young women like Ellen faced the threat of abduction and forced marriage. Ellen however was far from average... Support…
 
http;//www.copperplatemailorder.com Copperplate Time 401 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Garadice: Gan Ainm/Sunny Hills of Beara/The Castleblamey Piper. Garadice 3. Andy McGann & Paul Brady: Dr Gilbert/Concert Reel/Mullin’s Fancy. It’s A Hard Road to Trav…
 
Three Books I thought it would be a good idea to dedicate an occasional column to books. We can return to Brexit, the Protocol and other such matters at another time. So in this column I am reviewing three books. United Nation by Frank Connolly. On The Blanket by Eoghan Mac Cormaic and International Brigade against Apartheid: Secrets of the People’…
 
Padraig Harrington comes back to Jarlath and the Irishman Abroad podcast after 6 tumultuous years to talk about alternative sports psychology, getting your mojo back, coaching your kids, farmers with messages for other golfers and of course the LIV Golf tour. In the extended bumper cut of this episode (available via patreon.com/irishmanabroad ) we …
 
Ship traffic flowing in and out of Charleston Harbor has played a vital role in the local economy for more than 350 years. For most of that time, however, a network of shifting sandbars at the mouth of the harbor complicated the passage of all large vessels. Early maritime trade blossomed with the aid of skilled pilots and navigational buoys and be…
 
Elisabeth Egan, an editor at the Book Review, curates our Group Text column — a monthly choice of a book that she feels is particularly well suited to book clubs and their discussions. On this week’s podcast, she talks about her latest pick: “Jackie & Me,” by Louis Bayard, which imagines the friendship between Jacqueline Bouvier and Lem Billings, a…
 
Can a direct link be established between Donald Trump and the storming of the Capitol? The next two weeks of evidence might be the closest Democrats will ever get. Just one week ago we asked if there was any point to the public hearings by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. After just one sitting we got …
 
What is in the This Week in Science Podcast? This Week: GAIA Data, Sample Return, Planetary systems, Wigs, Tired Plants, Human echolocation, Baby Brains, 1000 genes, Baby Whales, Seals, Baby Compass, Hot Heads, Sleepy Anger, And Much More… Become a Patron! Check out the full episode of our science podcast on YouTube. You can do […] The post 15 June…
 
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