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Best Cork podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Cork podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Listen to podcasts from Grace Christian Church. Grace is an Irish Independent Christian Church, based in Cork City Ireland. Our focus is on a real relationship with the risen Jesus Christ, with contempory, life transforming teaching and preaching from Gods word - the Bible.
 
What do two people named Emily have in common other than a name? A love of sports, wine, and talking about both. With backgrounds working in the sports industry, they’re here to give you all of their thoughts from the field to Twitter, and everything in between; dating, pop culture, and wine recommendations.
 
Here is a sampling of some selections from my collection, live Grateful Dead concerts and my original tunes. Yes, you’ll have to put up with some of my original material, but trust me, you’ll grow to like them too. You can find me at robcork.com too! If you need weirder, less coherent, and unfiltered go to: Very Miscellaneous You need the Quicktime plugin to stream these podcasts. Download it here You may need Firefox to stream podcasts you can download it here
 
Two lads, originally from Cork in Ireland and now living in London, have a cuppa and catch up each week while exploring the collective life landmarks that accompany growing up gay in the world today. Join Kevin and PJ as they navigate their way through gay London and immerse themselves in the virtues and vices of the city whilst battling with the internal shared struggle that every Irish gay man deals with when living away from home - ‘what would mam think?’ Follow us on Instagram and Twitte ...
 
Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play and all other outlets. A selection of various mixes in various styles. "A DJ that displays a wealth of talent & versatility" Muzik Magazine (UK) "Serves up some seriously funky sounds" (Mark McAvoy, Cluas.com) “Irelands funkiest export” 3D World Magazine (Australia) I've been a DJ for over 20 years in that time I've held residencies in The U.S., Australia and all over Ireland. I've also released music under the name 'Tantric Dex' Past Support ...
 
There are over one hundred and ninety independent nations (countries) that have created delineated space on Earth's land masses and each one is home to unique cultures and peoples. Communications technology has made it possible for news media to cover more of these countries than ever before, but how many of us have really learned more about these countries geography, culture and politics than what we learned in high school or college? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citizencork/support
 
All you knew about wine is about to bust wide open….we are going to talk about what really happens in the wine business and I’'m taking no prisoners... I am your host Paul Kalemkiarian 2nd generation owner of the Original Wine of the Month Club; and I am somewhere north of 100,000 wines tasted. How is it that Groupon can sell 12 bottles for $60 and the wines be good? How do you start a winery anyway and lose money? What are 'natural wines' ? And is a screwcap really better than a cork? And s ...
 
Dr Kennedy is a guilt-ridden psychiatrist, who is reviewing old recordings of his former patient Alisha, in the hopes of solving the mystery of Ravenscourt. At the time he easily dismissed Alisha's assertion that Ravenscourt was bound to evil. However, many years later his singular faith in that assertion and even reality itself, is starting to crumble. Because somehow the deserted asylum has now started calling to him in his dreams... "Ravenscourt" is a four-part gothic horror influenced #a ...
 
Red on Red is a weekly podcast series hosted by Mike McGrath-Bryan dedicated to new music and culture in Cork City. Picking up where Green on Red leaves off weekly, the show explores Cork's seemingly endless array of leftfield music, via the city's gigs, festivals & other events, digging into the sounds of the city with extended interviews & premiere listens.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 13 recordings of How a Fisherman Corked up His Foe in a Jar by Guy Wetmore Carryl. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project fo September 22, 2013.Guy Wetmore Carryl was an American humorist and poet. Some of his better known poems were parodies on nursery rhymes and Aesop's Fables. ( Summary by David Lawrence)
 
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Tenants of a house on College Road have been threatened & intimidated by masked locals as tensions rise, a German paedophile is identified as chief suspect in the disappearance of Madeline McCann in 2003, locals in Ringaskiddy upset at littering on their beaches & there's lots more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On today’s Podcast we’re chatting to Cork camogie star Orla Cronin.The Enniskeane woman, who is fast becoming won of Cork’s most important players, speaks to Kieran about her rise to the senior setup, her ambitions for her future in a Cork jersey and her love of bakingWe’re also going to reflect on a cracking last 16 in Best in the West - our searc…
 
This week Jonathan speaks to Guny Patel of Kinari Boutique and CatherineNorman of Giles Norman Townhouse about the Kinsale Comeback Campaign. He also chats to JimMcCarthy of MC2 Accountants on whether businesses should cocoon or continue to trade. Finally, Jonathan talks about the potential baby boom following the lockdown with Suzanne Browne of Cl…
 
Emily and Emily are joined by Collin Jurenka to chat about their starting five sports figures who they would want a 10 part documentary to be made about in honor of The Last Dance. Applebees and golf swings get shoutouts amidst their sports figures. Rounding out the documentary talk, they briefly chat about The Last Dance. Emily Jurenka Twitter - h…
 
Ronan O'Gara joined Ger and Eoin this morning for a chat about having to prove himself to players the hard way during his career, getting chased off a pitch by Dessie Clohessy, and his pride at earning a place on our Cork Mount Rushmore!OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB c…
 
Colm Ó Mongáin talks to Roy O'Donovan and John Collins from the Association of Catholic Priests about funerals, ministering to the sick and life in the lockdown. Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham looks over the debate over Pandemic Unemployment Payment and easing restrictions. Also: Correspondent Sinéad Crowley talks summer camps and more.…
 
The possibility of creating a combined Ulster hurling team to compete in the Liam MacCarthy is in the news once more. Derry's Chrissy McKaigue and Neil McManus of Antrim join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to discuss the idea.We also have the first in a new series of coaching discussions.By RTÉ:Ireland
 
On this week's Keith Wood's State of the Union, Keith, Johne Murphy, Steve Rooney and Ger Gilroy discussed the future of club rugby, the importance of the under-20s game, and how the Leinster Schools players are effectively pro in terms of commitment.OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am ac…
 
On CorkToday with Patricia Messinger - Cork car dealers say Govt car emission targets are doomed to fail What children experienced during Lockdown, Patricia speaks with Queens University in Belfast Difficulties one-parent families are facing during Covid 19 & the 84% increase in calls to the ask one family helpline Queues as McDonalds open in Cork …
 
On today’s Podcast we’re previewing the quarter final ties for Best in the West - our search for West Cork’s greatest ever sportsperson To help us do that we’re joined on the line by sports journalist Ger McCarthy whose work you can read in various outlets including the Southern Star, the Irish Examiner and The Echo. Ger is also the LGFA’s Local jo…
 
I just released a special episode of the show with Tai Carpenter who is on the board of Don’t Shoot Portland, which is a nonprofit organisation based in Portland Oregon dedicated to civic participation, community engagement and bridging social justice with art programming. They are playing an important role in helping to organise the current protes…
 
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