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A weekly look at what's new and evocative in News, sport, entertainment and politics from around Ireland and the world. The HazBeanz show is presented by Martin Beanz Warde, Irish Traveller and Stand up comedian. Hazbeanz is Ireland's only travelling podcast, where the show travels to each interviewee in a campervan, soaking up the scenery, sounds and smells of each location.Let us invite you into the van for a cup of tea, a chat and a whole lot of laughs. We take the unfiltered approach to ...
 
5 things, every week, that you need to know about. Sisters Kelly and Nicola take you through 5 things that caught their eye this week and why you need to know about them. This podcast is for anyone who wants a tip-off on pop-culture highlights as well as the low-down on events and affairs affecting women in Ireland today.Sign up here to get the podcast straight to your inbox every week; https://mailchi.mp/ee57f9be3c2a/fox-force-five-podcast
 
Hi. I’m Paul Adamson, the founder and editor of E!Sharp, an online magazine about the European Union and its place in the world. These podcasts are me “in conversation with” personalities that I think have interesting things to say and who may not be known to wider audiences. The conversations are deliberately informal and are designed to be illuminating as well as, hopefully, entertaining.
 
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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Holly Cairns is the Social Democrats spokesperson on agriculture, food and the marine, and further and higher education and disability. ***** I try to steer away from jargon on this podcast, but I’ve got two jargon words to give you here. The words are MUP and BOGOF. Before I tell you what those mean, let […] The post Here's How 120 – Levelling the…
 
Paul Tenorio is back on the show (in a non-Allocation Disorder fashion) to discuss the Columbus Crew rebrand and why the folks in charge assume changing a logo means more butts in seats. We take a look at the process that led to the rebrand, why Crew ownership thought it was necessary, and where we go from here. Plus, the team that did rebranding r…
 
Around 11% of cars sold in Ireland in the first quarter of the year were electric.Could this be the year that more drivers take the plunge and go electric?Carlos Tavares, chief executive of the world's fourth largest car maker Stellantis, has warned that requirements for car makers to sell large numbers of electric vehicles during this decade risk …
 
Gardaí have today launched the 'Lock It Or Lose It' campaign as a response to an increase in bike theft.They also revealed that 7,000 bikes have been stolen across the country since the start of last year.But is this campaign a good enough response?Craig Hughes, political correspondent with the Daily Mail, and David Timony of the Dublin Cycling Cam…
 
Israeli Ambassador to Ireland Ophir Kariv has hit out at what he called "spats of hate" during a meeting of the Oireachtas Foreign Affairs Committee this morning.He said that, while he wished to "be careful" in drawing parallels between Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Irish history, people in Ireland should be aware of the importance of "listening…
 
An IMF report has recommended that the State should spend more on affordable housing, and that it should be doing more to tackle our housing crisis.Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe told The Last Word that the government will invest more money in housing.He also said that 33,000 homes will need to be built every year to meet existing and future …
 
Tanáiste Leo Varadkar says Ireland will use its position at the UN Secutiry Council to get a "common psoition" on the violence in Gaza this week. We also get analysis from Lynn Hastings - Deputy Special Co-Ordinator for the middle east peace process with the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs based in Jesuralem.…
 
Jacques Cousteau called Mexico’s Sea of Cortez, ‘the aquarium of the world’. It is home to one of the most critically endangered species on earth. The vaquita is a small porpoise facing total extinction, whose numbers have dwindled to less than a dozen. In particular, the vaquita get caught in the nets used to catch totoaba. Casting nets for this l…
 
Liz Cheney had been a rising Republican star. Now the staunch conservative has been purged by her own party. Her removal shows that, even in defeat, Donald Trump retains an iron grip on the Republicans. Denmark has taken in thousands of Syrian refugees over the past decade, but its welcome has waned. The Danish government says that Damascus is safe…
 
In the afternoon of Saturday 8th May in the Afghan capital of Kabul, just a few days before the end of Ramadan, students from the Syed Al-Shahda girls school were starting to leave for the day. Without any warning, a car bomb went off. Then a second explosion, followed by a third.The Afghan Government blamed the Taliban, the hardline Islamist movem…
 
Last week the Scottish National Party won a historic fourth term in government. With a commitment to hold another independence referendum – and a majority in the Scottish parliament for it – what happens next? This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free a…
 
It’s listener question time! Ryan, Taylor, and Joe combine to answer your lovely inquiries, ranging from under-the-radar Americans who we might see at the Gold Cup, to which active Premier League players are future hall-of-famers, to why fans on non-Big Six clubs should be glad that the Super League isn’t happening, to so much more. You can find th…
 
TW: This podcast contains audio that some listeners may find disturbingWe've just finished recording another podcast with our friend in Gaza, journalist, Hana Salah. She talks us through what has been happening since we last spoke and I have to be honest, I'm finding it very hard to compose myself as the sound of explosions were far too close and t…
 
This week's Culture Club inductee is writer Kevin Power, whose new novel White City is out now.He spoke to Matt about his favourite music, movies, musicals, books and TV shows.First Single Ever Bought: Meat Loaf - I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That), Eels - Novocaine for the SoulFavourite Band: Pink FloydFavourite Album: Pink Floyd -…
 
The killing of Sophie Toscan du Plantier in West Cork in 1996 was one of the most infamous murders in Irish history.Nick Foster has been piecing together her life and death for several years.He has now written a book, Murder At Roaringwater, which claims that Ian Bailey was responsible for the murder, and that he knew Sophie – something Bailey has …
 
Many are finding it almost impossible to afford their own home.However, the discussion has mainly focused on couples and families, while single and separated people have often been overlooked.Is the housing market stacked against single people?Freelance journalists Jennifer Gannon and Rebecca Lee joined us to discuss their own experiences, while we…
 
At least 35 people have been killed in Gaza and five in Israel in the most intense hostilities for years.Israel carried out hundreds of air strikes in Gaza as the Islamist group Hamas and other Palestinian militants fired multiple rocket barrages over the border at Tel Aviv and the southern city of Beersheba.Orly Halpern, a journalist based in Isra…
 
Minister for Education Norma Foley has announced the provision of expanded summer education programmes for pupils with complex special educational needs and those at greatest risk of educational disadvantage for this summer. She speaks to Jerry about this and about the housing issues facing the Government. Minister Foley begins by extending her sym…
 
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