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The world is powered and changed by new ideas and new research. Every fortnight, our team of PhD students will be sharing the voices behind the research, addressing the topics affecting our culture and shining a light on the ideas that will shape the future. If you're interested in learning more about how research works, this show is for you.
 
We believe Northern Ireland has a better story to tell — one that goes beyond bombs, bullets and a sunken ship. You are part of this story. With 180+ conversations featuring some of the incredible people who call this place home, our weekly show gives you the chance to get away from the clickbait and connect with the amazing things happening on your doorstep. Previous guests include NASA Scientists, Billion-Dollar CEOs, 91-year-old parkrunners, teenaged entrepreneurs, Oscar-winning directors ...
 
Join "The Kid" Ryan and Rex Qwando as they lead you on a merry dance through the pubs and clubs of Belfast city. Their aim is to teach you: Where? Why? and Whence? (It's definitely a word). Over the weeks they will be joined by many special guests and industry experts to give their two cents on the weeks chosen watering hole.
 
We are Central Belfast - Joining with God and others in the transformation of Belfast as Disciples who make Disciples. Catchup on our teaching from all our Sunday gatherings. We Gather every Sunday at 11.00am at our home in May Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast and scatter to practice the way of Jesus in the rhythm of the city.
 
A podcast to showcase some of the best social science research in the North East of England and Northern Ireland from institutions across the NINE Doctoral Training Partnership, including the Universities of Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria, Teesside, Ulster, Sunderland, and Queen’s Belfast. A selection of social scientists present their ideas and findings on a broad range of topics that can be relevant to businesses in many ways. We hope these conversations will bring research to a new audien ...
 
Turn off the lights, get into bed and plug in your earphones. It's time for a creepy bedtime story. For the discerning horror fan, we cover the most chilling cases from around the world. From the paranormal to the supernatural, unsolved mysteries and strange deaths to cryptids, conspiracy theories and the most disturbing of true crimes, all told in a unique and creepy way. Join us every week for a new scary story. bedtime.stories@outlook.com
 
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
History Now is a weekly history show, broadcast on Northern Visions TV in Belfast and presented by historian Barry Sheppard. A focus on Irish and world history, the show's host speaks with local and professional historians from across the world on a range of historical topics. (All podcasts of History Now episodes are courtesy of Northern Visions Television Belfast).
 
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Hey friends — bringing something a little different to you today — a slow-cooked conversation with good friend and fellow creative Simon Worthington. We cover a lot of random things in this chat from our Queen's Gambit-inspired chess obsession, skateboarding, writing and early mornings, but the real meat and potatoes of the conversation (starting a…
 
Jesus often clashed with the religious establishment of his day. His teaching and miracles drew the criticism of many religious leaders who were less than pleased to see such authoritative teaching and power at work. Yet crowds of ordinary people flocked to him, desperate to hear his words or to experience his healing power. In this sermon we see v…
 
Included in this episode:1. Rioters Ignore Pleas for Calm as Violence Flares Again in Belfast 2. Is the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Working? We’re Not Sure Yet 3. The Number of Unaccompanied Children Arriving at the U.S.-Mexico Border Doubled From February to March 4. TV Is Having a Talking-Head Crisis, From Sharon Osbourne to Dr. Oz to Meghan Mc…
 
BELFAST — Gangs of youths threw stones and fireworks at police in Belfast who hit back with water cannons as violence flared again on the streets of Northern Ireland. Unrest has erupted over the past week amid tensions over post-Brexit trade rules and worsening relations between the parties in the Protestant-Catholic power-sharing Belfast governmen…
 
Today, on Stateside , Windsor health officials warn essential workers crossing the border to Detroit daily to limit their time in the city during Michigan's COVID spike. Plus, writer S. Kirk Walsh talks about her debut novel The Elephant of Belfast , inspired by true events that took place during World War II. [Get Stateside on your phone: subscrib…
 
Rioters set fire to a hijacked bus and lobbed gasoline bombs at police in Belfast Wednesday. Tensions have been on the rise since Britain's exit from the European Union. And, New Zealand recently made headlines when its Parliament approved a bill that requires employers to offer three days of bereavement leave for people who miscarry. Also, when pu…
 
In the first of April's episodes, Ciara Gorman is in conversation with two PhD researchers from QUB on the topic of creative protest. Themes of history, memory and activism through art are to the fore in this episode, as filmmaker and scholar Victoria Baltag illustrates how the moving image can be a powerful medium of connection between the present…
 
Samuel Davidson (1846 – 1921) was an engineer from Belfast who invented the air conditioning fan, brought tea to Northern Ireland and founded Sirocco Works — a manufacturer of machines that employed over 1000 people. He was also a self-taught musician, photographer and world-traveller in a time when ‘a business trip to India’ meant a 66-day journey…
 
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