Best Dublin podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Dublin Talks with Adrian Kennedy & Jeremy Dixon on 98FM
 
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VTE Dublin Podcast
Monthly
 
modern VTE care in focus
 
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98FM Sport
Weekly+
 
All the latest sports news and podcasts from Dublin's 98FM including Dublin hurling & football, League of Ireland, MMA, Leinster Rugby, Ireland internationals, interviews, reviews & previews and lots more.
 
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The Critter Shed
Monthly+
 
Collie Ennis is a science research associate with Trinity College Dublin who owns a shed full of creepy crawlies and reptiles. Colette Kinsella is an audio producer who loves to talk about animals. If you like learning about the weird and wonderful side of nature - about things like spider sex, venom-packing frogs, or mind-controlling parasites, and more - then this is the podcast for you! Oh, and it's in a shed. With Collie Ennis and Colette Kinsella and guests. Produced by Red Hare Media.
 
98FM's Big Breakfast is on from 6am - 10am, Monday to Friday. Join Cooper & Luke for Dublin's Best Music Mix every morning, the biggest competitions in the city, special guests, loads of laughs and lots more!
 
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We Love Movies
Monthly+
 
We Love Movies is a weekly radio show dedicated to the world of cinema and movies. Gordon Hayden presents the show on Sunday's at 11.45am. We Love Movies include interviews with the biggest movie stars, reviews of all the major releases and the latest movie news. You can hear We Love Movies on SPIN 1038 in Dublin, live on the web at www.spin1038.com or on this podcast
 
life + performance + spirit
 
It's a podcast. It's a community art project. It's a new year's resolution to grow in faith. Upper Dublin Lutheran Church members journey together through Brian McLaren's book, We Make the Road by Walking: A Year Long Quest for Spiritual Formation, Reorientation, and Activation.
 
Podcasts from the Irish Film Institute in Dublin, including Q&As with major filmmakers from around the world. The home of film in Ireland.
 
A talk show that speaks to makers, artists and creatives that are making Dublin a remarkable place to be. A conversation with creators that you need to pay attention to along with reports of events, creations, and developments happening around Dublin. From art, film, journalism, music, food, video games to publishing and everything in between. Every fortnight. This is Dublin Creative Review.
 
The Women's Podcast, hosted by Kathy Sheridan.
 
life + performance + spirit
 
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Tech Yurt
Monthly
 
From Dublin, Limerick, Kilkenny and more, the goosed.ie team brings you the latest tech, gadget and entertainment news to you, the people of Ireland. Have a listen.
 
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Taylor Tara Radio
Weekly+
 
Two of the biggest mouths on Twitter, writers Jason Taylor & Tara Dublin, lead a LIVE political roundtable discussion with call-in guests while interacting with fans online.
 
A weekly look at all things Microsoft, including Windows, Windows Phone, Office, Xbox, and more, from two of the foremost Windows watchers in the world, Paul Thurrott of Thurrott.com and Mary Jo Foley of All About Microsoft.Records live every Wednesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
 
Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
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The Conversation
Weekly
 
A conversation between two women about their paths to success.
 
The Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through Ireland's fascinating past. This podcast is not just dates but an enthralling account of Ireland's history, looking at daily life through the ages. The show is currently focused on the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s (see below), while the archive contains the stories of Ireland's ancient High Kings, Viking raiders and the Norman Invasion of the Middle Ages. The story of the Great Famine has proved the most popular to date,Between 184 ...
 
If you love Celtic music, then céad míle fáilte! Each week, you'll receive an hour-long award-winning Celtic radio show featuring some of the best independent Irish & Celtic music, and all 100% FREE! It is one of the top music shows on Apple Podcasts and receives over 10,000 downloads of each show each and every week. Subscribe right now! Did I mention, it was FREE?
 
All the latest podcasts published across RTÉ Radio's ten radio services
 
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Dermot & Dave
Daily+
 
Your working day is always better with a bit of craic in it, and Dermot and Dave are your guaranteed beam of daily light relief. They're always up for a laugh, mad for mad stories, and only too happy to slag themselves off as well - no sacred cows here. Guaranteed to leave you smiling all afternoon.
 
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events linked to places across Ireland. Introduced by Helen Mark.
 
The Most Popular Podcasts from RTÉ Radio's ten radio services
 
Readings and Sermons from Dundrum Methodist Church, Dublin
 
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Bitter Almonds
Weekly
 
Bitter Almonds is an Irish true crime and comedy podcast, brought to you by Jack & Gill, a pair of gin-swilling, filthy-minded wenches with delusions of grandeur. Named after the pong off a corpse after murder by cyanide, we bring you serial killers, conspiracies and dive as low as we can into the depths of human depravity. Join us as we discuss the macabre, divulge our darkest, most embarrassing secrets and navigate the bleak landscape of 21st century dating so that you don’t have to.
 
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Karoza Music
Monthly
 
Karoza is an Electronic music production trio from Dublin...
 
On media, journalism and the world around us.
 
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The Expats
Monthly
 
A podcast about living abroad, and experiencing new places through a distinctly Canadian lens.
 
Tom Wilmer’s Lowell Thomas award-winning NPR podcast, recorded live on-location across America and around the world- showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, and the culinary arts. We cover nouns and verbs—people, places, things, and action—everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the real Santa Claus in the Arctic. His feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northern Ireland, celebrat ...
 
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Travels in Music
Monthly
 
Stories About Music From Around The World
 
Reports by Henry McKean
 
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Loose Joints
Rare
 
A podcast hosted by Nialler9 and Sally Cinnamon talking to people about the music they love: old and new.
 
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The Inane Podcast
Monthly
 
Thoughts and tangents about life, drugs, media and everything in between. Hosted by Brandon and Tim from TheWeedTube Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/inane/support
 
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The power hour
Monthly+
 
Connecting entrepreneurs Globally. Networking, tech, human interest, music.
 
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Potstilled Radio
Monthly
 
Potstilled Radio, your independent Irish whiskey resource. Bi-Monthly podcast series focusing on the people behind the big brands we all love to drink. Sit down with us twice a month as we go behind the scenes of some of the biggest brands in the industry to attempt to discover the people and funny stories that give brands their great personalities.
 
Sunday morning, and it's business as usual. That means Conall Ó Móráin taking you through a lively, fast-paced hour of Irish business news and features, including hard-earned insights from people who've been there, plus regular "Famous Shout Outs" to help new micro-businesses get heard on a nationwide platform.
 
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Dj Felipe Lira
Monthly
 
Playing since 2005, Felipe Lira is one of the biggest names in Brazil. His charisma and professionalism rapidly captivated the public and producers from the scene. In 2006 he received an invitation which would change his career: he became resident DJ at The Week Rio de Janeiro where he remained for two years. He left to the “Cidade Maravilhosa” (The Marvelous City, the nickname given to Rio) where he immediately identified himself with the Carioca soul and spirit. At this point, Felipe had c ...
 
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Animondayz
Weekly
 
Trash is good
 
The Invisible Tour Guide is a new show from world famous art historian and clever clogs, Professor Byron Frump. This ten part series will take you on an unofficial tour of some of Ireland’s finest museums, gallerias and historic monuments. Let Professor Frump be your free and discrete guide to the unseen Ireland, as you explore together our great nations epic and distinguished history.
 
Join intrepid reporter Angus Beef, and his junior assistant semi-producer intern Beany Tuthail, as they show you a side of Dublin you’ve never seen before. ‘Been There, Seen There’ is a new six part series of guided tours of historic Dublin locations. The show takes you on a whirlwind tour of parks, monuments and museums, with a twist. Each episode is completely fictional. Listeners will be intrigued by false facts about Casino Marino (the infamous 18th century pleasure dome), thrilled to le ...
 
Interviews with players and coaches across the league
 
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WGM - THE WGM
Monthly
 
The Weekly General meeting is a podcast all about Irish creativity. Every week Níal Conlan (of Choice Prize winning band Delorentos) and Shane Langan (of comedy group Diet of Worms) showcase performances and chat from Ireland's finest emerging and established creative talents. There's music, comedy, storytelling, poetry, discussion and much more - recorded in studio and in front of audiences at our regular live events.
 
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Goalmouth Podcast
Monthly
 
Goalmouth is a podcast set up to discuss all things football. The topics discussed will range from the League of Ireland, to the English Premiership, the Irish national team and so on.
 
Talking with folks that are interested in the journey of u2 and their connections with that
 
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Sci-Fi Review Show
Weekly+
 
Podcast that reviews everything Sci-Fi
 
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The Emerald Arts
Daily+
 
For over 250 years we've brought the light of the arts, to the darkness of your soul.
 
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RobMoro // Podcast
Daily+
 
An indie/alternative podcast for Ireland, UK, and further afield.RobMoro.ie is a music and culture site, providing posts and discussion about the latest indie and alternative scene news, reviews, and interviews.
 
Nomad people are communities of people who move from one place to another, rather than settling down in one location. For this reason wehave given this name to our new Dj and artist collective, because we don't stop, we are always moving!Nomad sound was formed by a group of people from different nationalities that have something in common, love for electronic music and also share a passion to offer quality electronic music parties in town.As the name itself suggest we are not gonna be settle ...
 
A live comedy talk show. The Gareth Stack Show Live is an occasional programme featuring writers, musicians and artists, interviewed, indulged, and provoked by Irish writer and comedian Gareth Stack. Guests have included David Turpin, Mongoose, Donal Foreman, Bobby Ahern (No Monster Club), Tom Rowley, Myles Manley, Andrew Philip Smith, Patrick O’Flaherty, Graham Tugwell, Caoimhe Lavelle, Jonah King, James Moran, Darragh McCausland, Siam Collective and Gordon Rochford.
 
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Nigeria is a country where women take leading roles in business, media and the arts yet for many, feminism is a filthy word. The country recently went to the polls and out of a list of 73 presidential candidates just eight of them were women. One of them, Eunice Atuejide sparked a fierce debate when she announced, “I am not a feminist”. She wen ...…
 
Viggo Mortensen goes behind the camera, Fox goes Disney, casting news for Emily Blunt, the return of Bill and Ted and all the latest cinema releases with Garret Daly.
 
Stylist Courtney Smith talked about the history of denim jeans from practical work attire to gracing catwalks and the silver screen.
 
Rachel Holdsworth has worked as moderator of the internet for 7 years, Rachel spoke about the job of content moderation and the difficulties involved.
 
Ireland play Gibraltar later today, Richie Sadlier, former Irish international and RTÉ pundit talked about their first match on the road to qualifying for Euro 2020.
 
Sister Helen Culhane, founder of Limerick’s Children's Grief Centre & Sister Orla Treacy, principal of Loreto Rumbeck School in South Sudan spoke about using their skills to help young people..
 
Stylist Courtney Smith talked about the history of denim jeans from practical work attire to gracing catwalks and the silver screen.
 
Rachel Holdsworth has worked as moderator of the internet for 7 years, Rachel spoke about the job of content moderation and the difficulties involved.
 
Ireland play Gibraltar later today, Richie Sadlier, former Irish international and RTÉ pundit talked about their first match on the road to qualifying for Euro 2020.
 
Sister Helen Culhane, founder of Limerick’s Children's Grief Centre & Sister Orla Treacy, principal of Loreto Rumbeck School in South Sudan spoke about using their skills to help young people..
 
Jerry Kennelly has been immersed in creative businesses for his entire life, beginning with his parents photography business in Co.Kerry. He made headlines in 2006 when he sold Stockbyte to Getty Images. Since then he set up Tweak.com, a junior entrepreneurship programme, and is a judge in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year.…
 
From fitness retreats to other ways to get away from it all, more and more people are looking towards creativity breaks as a way of clearing the mind. Liam Geraghty reports
 
Kathryn Thomas of Operation Transformation fame has transformed her love of fitness into a business. Four years ago she set up Pure Results Bootcamp. But is her business fighting fit? She joins us in studio.
 
Brexit is far from funny, but some people have been mining it for a few laughs.But is Brexit comedy like the negotiations tricky to maneuver and does it require a number of takes to get it through? Actor Seamus O’Rourke and comedian Alison Spittle discuss.
 
Well the visuals from Brexit looked a little more promising this week. But is a crash out scenario less likely? We’re joined in studio by Brigid Laffan, Director of the Global Governance Programme of the European Union and from London by Tom McTague, Chief UK correspondent for Politico.
 
Smurfit Kappa is now valued €3.4bn below the level rival International Paper (IP) was offering for the business one year ago.
 
Dalata CEO Pat McCann was last year awarded the highest possible bonus he could receive under his remuneration scheme, bringing his total pay package to €1.51m in the 2018 financial year.
 
Barclays has continued to finalise the transfer of its mainland European business to Dublin, valuing its French business at €75m and its Italian branch at just €1m.
 
Central Bank of Ireland Governor Philip Lane has been confirmed as the latest appointment to the executive board of the ECB in a move that now kicks-off in earnest the race to succeed him at the Central Bank here.
 
Former Tayto crisps owner Ray Coyle stumped up €4.3m to back the €22m acquisition of Green Isle Foods and Donegal Catch, filings at the Companies Registration Office reveal.
 
Join us this week as we stay local. To celebrate St Patricks day we bring you the unsolved cases of Irelands Leinster Vanishing Triangle. Slainté!
 
Commons Speaker Bercow said 'No' to Meaningful Vote 3, the EU said No to a June 30th Brexit deadline extension, the UK now has to find enough British MP's to say 'Yes'.RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connelly and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look back at the weird week that was.
 
Commons Speaker Bercow said 'No' to Meaningful Vote 3, the EU said No to a June 30th Brexit deadline extension, the UK now has to find enough British MP's to say 'Yes'.RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connelly and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look back at the weird week that was.
 
Philip Boucher-Hayes breaks down last night's deal and what happens next.
 
Louis was chatting to Eoghan about boybands who missed the light, being "Head Judge" on 'Irelands Got Talent' and even took part in our quickfire round!
 
Dermot & Dave, whenever and wherever you want them, any time of the week!Dermot & Dave's...
 
Mumford and Sons are coming to Ireland this summer! They’ll play two dates at Malahide Castle in June.and Marcus Mumford chats to Ray this afternoon
 
We have a real treat for you this afternoon Mick Flannery popped into studio this afternoon to chat to Ray and play a tune
 
Every Friday we invite people to tell us about the soundtrack to their life and youth. Today, Ray chat's to comedian, broadcaster, novelist Colm O'Regan.
 
On today's show, Finbar Furey on Sweet Sixteen on Alan Partridge, Colm O'Regan on the soundtrack to his life, live music from Mick Flannery and Marcus Mumford chats to Ray
 
From pigeons to romance; How to say ‘cocktail’ in Irish and two deadly mysteries – one with a body – and one without.The tragedies in Southern Africa and outside a disco in Cookstown. Also, uplifting stories, choice music and Marty’s listeners' jokes.Just some of wazhat’s in this week’s Playback -brought to you by Ronan Kelly…
 
The editors of both newspapers at the centre of the Trinity row spoke to Joe.
 
Linda told us about the theft of her husband's tools from the IKEA car park.
 
Melanie told us about her unique experience with a Coypu and some unusual pate.
 
Thomas told us about his shock at hearing young men using homophobic language in public.
 
The editors of both newspapers at the centre of the Trinity row spoke to Joe.
 
Davitt told us about his shock at a letter from the sheriff over charges from IMRO while a number of business owners told us of their concerns about IMRO bills for playing music at their premises.
 
Security Journalist, Alan Murray reports that a convicted IRA bomber known as Witness O has named four men he says were responsible for the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings during the inquest into the deaths of the 21 victims.
 
Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds reports that Gardai believe a suspicious package discovered this morning at a postal sorting office in Limerick is the fifth incendiary device sent by dissident republicans in the UK.
 
Northern correspondent Vincent Kearney reports that hundreds of schoolchildren from Dungannon and Tyrone have been taking part in today's funerals for the victims of the St Patrick's night tragedy in Cookstown. Archbishop Eamon Martin presided over each of the funeral masses.
 
Ryan talks to Sirin Kale about discovering the Irish way to leave a party...
 
Given that a wedding is generally a 12 hour plus event, it's fair to say that most ladies wearing...
 
Are there places that selifes should not be taken. The company in charge of the Auschwitz museum ...
 
The year was 2002 and all eyes were on the World Cup in Saipan.It all came to a head when Mick M...
 
Every Friday, Adrian and Jeremy open the lines for listeners to share their good news, Tina's sto...
 
Have you seen incidents like this on public transport, in hospital waiting rooms, cafes or restau...
 
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