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Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered ...
 
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Gav, Craig and Jim Adie, Chairman of Hibernian Supporters (HSL) discussed Hampden100k Money For Ross This Season Working With Club Change To Aims Of HSL With Ron Takeover 10k raised so far by Hibernian Supporters, if you can donate the cost of a Hampden ticket (£25) or more, do so here: Already signed up? http://bit.ly/hampden100k1 Not signed up? h…
 
The Grand Auld Podcast reconvenes as Celtic drop more points. But the 1-1 draw against Hibernian isn't even the big story as the guys show their disgust at Celtic's trip to Dubai and subsequent reaction. They ponder what is to come next, and even agree with Andy Walker on a strangely humorous episode. This week's show is sponsored by Manscaped (uk.…
 
Football Daft has hit it's peak as Grado & Stephen surprise Chris with a man who has taken social media by storm; Barry from Eastenders aka Shaun Williamson Talking football, Eastenders, quizzes and even getting a sing song on the go. Plus more parody Celtic songs on the Open Line, the Scottish premier player play off and what song would you like y…
 
The current COVID pandemic has turned a lot of football on its head. Celtic are imploding, Livingston are pushing for Europe and the lower leagues of the SPFL may not even finish their league campaigns. However, one thing that does seem to have remained immune to something as drastic as a global pandemic are Derek McInnes' Aberdeen side. And that's…
 
The boys are back for 2021 and it's a strong start, as the 2nd strongest man in the world, Scotland's very own Tom Stoltman joins Grado, Stephen and Chris for a chat. Discussing how he could have been playing for Rangers, how much Bucky he can put away and sorting out a wrestling match with Grado. On the big question we talk football shithousery, t…
 
If Celtic fans think their team have issues now then they may want to take a moment to consider how this current squad may look next season. The Parkhead side will almost certainly have a new manager, but it’ll also have a number of new faces in defence, midfield and attack. But rather than be a result of extensive scouting and exceptional recruitm…
 
Our Podcast recorded straight after the final whistle covers Celtic 1-1 Hibs Strong Start Formation Changes Should we have gone for 3 points more? DubaiGate SFA Mess Media Bias Tremendous Approach From Hibs Start/Bench/Sell - Lewis Stevenson Edition 06/07 Lewy 15/16 Lewy 17/18 Lewy We discuss the best seasons Lewy had, chat about his whole career a…
 
In December 1759, a 'mob' of some three thousand people made their way from the Coombe to College Green. Some of them proceeded to enter the Irish Parliament, demanding that politicians swear an oath and even occupying the throne of the House of Lords. But what influenced them to do it, and what became -or should become of the College Green parliam…
 
We look ahead to Monday's rescheduled game with Celtic at Park Head. We discuss Celtic Preview Celtic's Form Head-to-head record What needs to change Goalkeeper competition Macey new number 1? Who starts Monday? Are Hibs preparing for life post-Marciano? Transfers 1 Realistic 1 Semi-Realistic 1 Fantasy You can catch us live Twitch.TV/HibsTalk…
 
The boys are still off, so this week we thought we would bring you some of the best of the guests from the last year and we have had some crackers. On this you will hear from the likes of Marco Negri, Johnny Watson, Yogi Hughes, Owen Coyle, Charlie Adam, Jim Duffy among others. Normal service will be resumed next week but remember if you want more …
 
There was an issue with this week's extra podcast when it was published this morning, meaning that it cut out mid-way through the episode. We'd like to apologise for the problem and have decided just to stick the full episode out on the normal podcast stream to save us having to spam anymore email inboxes. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
It was all going so well. Hibs were unbeaten in five games heading into their Boxing Day clash against Rangers - they’re now on a three game losing streak. Home losses to lowly Ross County and a resurgent Livingston followed a narrow 1-0 defeat at Ibrox. It leaves them three points behind Aberdeen despite having played two games more than the Dons.…
 
1968 brings to mind the occupied universities of Paris, or the student protests for Civil Rights reform in the United States. In a year of global student revolt, curious things were happening on Irish campuses. From Maoists in Trinity College to a young Kevin Myers in UCD, many were seeking change. In Paris, the students found an unlikely friend in…
 
Busy show this week as we discuss Livingston 3-0 win over Hibs What needs to change after poor defending and 1 shot on target? What is needed this transfer window? Will we get it? Has Drey Wright written off too soon? Start/Bench/Sell Follow us on twitch for when we go live with the Podcast Twitch.TV/HibsTalk Follow us on social media @HFCTalk Enjo…
 
The Grand Auld Podcast's original trio get back together as they lament the passing of Celtic's bid for 10-in-a-row. But rather than focussing on the defeat at Ibrox, they look to the future and ponder what Celtic will look like in the summer and beyond. Neil Lennon, Peter Lawwell, Scott Brown and others all get a mention - before the guys discuss …
 
The Grand Auld Podcast is back for a special mid-week, pre-Ibrox edition! The boys take a look at the Celtic win over Dundee United, bask in the glory of consistent results and look ahead to a MASSIVE derby vs Rangers. Is there cause to be excited about this one? How confident can we, or should we, be? All that and more before the biggest league ga…
 
The 25 May 1921 witnessed the Second Battalion of the Dublin Brigade IRA enter the Custom House. The masterpiece of James Gandon, and the home of the Local Government Board, it was set on fire in minutes. But the fire became an inferno only after the fire brigade arrived. How exactly did this happen? Fire brigade historian and author Las Fallon joi…
 
The new year looks set to kick off with a bang, when Celtic travel to Ibrox to face Rangers in an Old Firm derby that will undoubtedly lead to all sorts of drama and consquences. Whoever loses, we all seem to win. Either Neil Lennon's time as Celtic manager will come to an end after an emphatic Rangers side or Steven Gerrard will face further quest…
 
The Grand Auld Podcast is back for a special mid-week, Christmas Eve edition. The boys take a look at the Celtic win over Ross County, including the function of Ismaila Soro and the Odsonne Edouard/Leigh Griffiths partnership. We also mull over the upcoming Ibrox trip, the Quadruple Treble and lots more besides. This week is sponsored by: Manscaped…
 
Last night, a Christmas tree appeared outside the Iveagh Markets. On one level, it was a long standing tradition (until the late 1980s), but on another it was a sign of hope, that the markets may yet be reborn. This year is an important milestone for the Iveagh Trust, and it seems the Iveagh Markets is coming back too. Who was Iveagh, and why did h…
 
This week the boys are getting in the Christmas spirit with the Football Daft Christmas party, as Grado, Stephen & Chris all get a plus one. Find out who is invited and also hear Falkirk manager David McCracken's return to the show as he attempts to get off the bottom of the leaderboard on our quiz. Plus as it's a works Christmas party there has to…
 
On Saturday we (finally) have the 2019/20 Scottish Cup final, as Hearts and Celtic face off at an empty but almost certainly wet and windy Hampden stadium. Robbie Neilson's side come into the game in good form as they sit comfortable at the top of the Scottish Championship table, well on their way to picking up what many assume will be little more …
 
We're back to talk through promising signs of life from Celtic. We also go into Shane Duffy's problems, David Turnbull's impact, Ismaila Soro and also pick our XI for the upcoming Scottish Cup Final vs Hearts. One game away from a quadruple treble... This week is sponsored by: Manscaped (uk.manscaped.com - 20% discount offer code: GRANDPOD). Suppor…
 
Former Chelsea, Everton. Kilmarnock and Motherwell midfielder turned pundit, Pat Nevin joins the boys to talk football, music and sh*te penalties. The Open Line is on as we discuss Neil Lennon & Still Game, its all about random football memorabilia on the Big Question and what was it like to snog Deacon Blue's Lorraine Mcintosh! All that and more o…
 
We are giving you our bonus podcast this week as Stephen Purdon talks all things Rangers. There's no Grado but instead he is joined by two of his acting friends and fellow Teddy Bears, Gavin Wright (has appeared in everything) and Cammy Fulton (Tyler from River City) They look back at the European game, Ross County away and Mental As Anything going…
 
On Monday afternoon Scotland were drawn against Denmark, Austria, Israel, Molodova and the Faroe Islands for the coming 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. There's no doubt that Steve Clarke's were afforded a fair amount of luck as the nation avoided any of the big hitters in European football, but that's not to say Denmark, Ausrtia or even Israel …
 
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