Best Irish podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Irish Fireside
The Podcast on Irish Travel, Irish Customs and All Things Irish. We take you to some of the best Irish towns and villages. As we explore Ireland's most popular destinations, we offer our suggestions to get you off the tourist trail and in to the "real" Ireland. Sit back, relax and make yourself comfortable at the Irish Fireside, and feel free to use our Episode Guides for maps, destination recaps and links to the sites and topics we discuss.
This series is a collection of academic podcasts on a plethora of historical subjects. It ranges in scope from full recordings of academic research papers to informative contributions from professional historians discussing the details of specific historical events. Funded by the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, the series is a partnership with the website and multimedia hub.
Irish Radio Canada
Stories and interviews from the Irish Diaspora
Being Irish
Each week alternately fueled by beer, whiskey, tea or coffee, Padraic and Patrick muse, ponder and ramble about their experiences of being Irish. A light hearted exploration of being Irish through the lens of a variety of topics with almost no research.
Described by George Hook as the greatest Irish player never to make it and described by everyone else who knows him as a shallow, self-obsessed idiot.
The best analysis of the Irish political scene featuring Irish Times reporters and columnists, outside experts and political guests. Hosted by Hugh Linehan.
Totally Irish
Totally Irish with John Barker. Featuring the best new Irish music, interviews, in-studio sessions, gig news and lots more.
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 ...
Podcast by Book Club Podcast
What's The Craic
What's The Craic on RadioReverb 97.2FMWhat's the Craic is a weekly Irish radio show broadcasting on 97.2FM and on DAB+ in Brighton and Hove on the south coast of England.For the latest clips from the show including interviews with well known Irish guests, you can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Tunein, Acast, Deezer, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio and all other good podcast providers.Brighton, ( get in touc ...
The Association of Irish Choirs (AOIC) supports and promotes all forms of choral music in Ireland. We do this through a range of programmes and activities designed to respond to the needs of our members, the wider choral community and the public.
Discussion show in English all about the Irish language and Irish culture.
Authentic connection to Ireland with a native voice on mythology, indigenous spirituality, archaeology, history, culture, society, storytelling, and travel round the island.
Veteran sports broadcaster Phil Houk and America's foremost authority on Notre Dame Football, Tim Prister of get listeners up to date on Fighting Irish football in a fast moving, FUN format.
Irish Tech News are Ireland's number one online tech publication. We are now aiming to become Ireland's number one tech podcast too.
Renee & Irish Greg's Pop UP! Bay Area radio peeps twice monthly music focused show featuring guests and a live audience.
Top 100 Fiddle/Celtic/Irish Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
Notre Dame FCU's Irish Sports Saturdays is a radio show that airs Saturdays at 9am on Redeemer Radio 95.7FM in South Bend, IN the day of a Notre Dame football game.
The Irish Illustrated Insider podcast hosted by Tim Prister, Tim O'Malley and Pete Sampson. Bringing you the latest Notre Dame football news and analysis. Become a supporter of this podcast:
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?
Podcasts from the Irish Film Institute in Dublin, including Q&As with major filmmakers from around the world. The home of film in Ireland.
Matheson’s primary focus is on serving the Irish legal needs of international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland. Our clients include over half of the Fortune 100 companies. We also advise 7 of the top 10 global technology brands and over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. We are headquartered in Dublin and also have offices in London, New York and Palo Alto. More than 600 people work across our four offices, including 75 partners and tax principals ...
This podcast series features recordings of academic papers from workshops, conferences and seminars in the University College Dublin Humanities Institute. The UCD Humanities Institute provides a creative architectural and conceptual space for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and allied disciplines. The Institute forms an integral element within UCD's strategic mission to develop as a research intensive university and has set itself the objective of enhancing the critical mass and ...
The show about traditional music, and the bigger stories behind it.
Coir is a bi-weekly true crime podcast, focusing on a different Irish true crime case every episode. Hosted by Aoife O'Donoghue, self-proclaimed criminology buff on the path to become a university-proclaimed criminology buff.
Training & Encouraging Preachers in Ireland
Welcome to the Irish Dance Music Podcast, a podcast dedicated to the world of Irish Dance Music. Presented by Tina Jordan Rees.
Podcast by Irish Examiner
A podcast dedicated to analyzing Notre Dame Fighting Irish athletics, brought to you by Formerly known as The Irish Coffee Podcast.
Róisín Meets...
Róisín Meets is a free weekly Life & Style podcast from The Irish Times presented by Róisín Ingle.
Folk dance to phenomenon and beyond
Nostalgia Ultras
The football show all about memories, sentiment and nostalgia. We talk about anything and everything to do with the beautiful, so long as it's in the past. Hosted by Ste McGovern, Conor Clancy and Colm Boohig.
A podcast about Ireland in Films hosted by Alex, Clíona and Seán.Each episode we discuss a film that features Ireland (or Irish characters) as a main element of the story.Many Irish people may know that perturbed feeling when a moon-faced eejit called Séamus blows something up in a Harry Potter film. Or feel a sting of resentment when Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson or Saoirse Ronan are nominated for "Best British Performance." Or even just experience a jab of begrudgery when Kevin Space ...
The Irish Times' unrivalled foreign affairs coverage, now brought to you in weekly podcast form. Hosted by Chris Dooley with regular contributors Patrick Smyth, Denis Staunton, Simon Carswell, Lara Marlowe, Suzanne Lynch, Derek Scally, Tom Hennigan, Clifford Coonan and Ruadhan Mac Cormaic.
UCD Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland (CHOMI) talks and events
News from home and abroad from RTÉ Radio 1.
Podcast by Film Ireland
Donkey Votes
Current affairs and politics podcast for those who aren't into current affairs and politics. Follow us on twitter:
Hello, we’re Inc60™, the business explorers discovering a world of possibilities for Irish businesses. Together we will discover new approaches and learn how to do more, pay less, grow faster and make fewer mistakes in business. Get inspired to face your own business challenges with renewed determination. Come join us as we hear from experienced business leaders, entrepreneurs and niche experts. Hear first-hand accounts of success and failure. See a whole new world of possibilities, adventur ...
Pub Songs aren't just songs about drinking. For The Celtfather, these are fun songs you can sing-along and enjoy. Some are Irish or Scottish. Others are smash hits at science fiction conventions. Geek Pub Songs highlights the music of Marc Gunn, as well music from Celtic and Geek musicians that he loves. You'll enjoy this music over a pint at your local pub or while hanging out in your local game store. It's a show to make you smile.
Ireland's most popular weekend radio programme
Podcast by The Irish Times
A weekly podcast where Irish comedian Martin Angolo runs his new, topical jokes past his unenthused but trusted sidekick and fellow comedian Ger Staunton, before deciding if they are fit for the comedy stage and the public.
Potstilled Radio
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.
OTB AM, the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball, every morning from 7.45am, streaming live on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and - get in touch at #OTBAM
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Notre Dame faces the #2 Clemson Tigers in the Cotton Bowl, and the winner gets a chance to play for the national championship. The Clemson offense is one of the nation's most dynamic units and the Irish will have to bring their A game on defense. Blue & Gold Illustrated senior editor Lou Somogyi and football analyst Bryan Driskell break down th ...…
EU leaders have made it clear: there will be no renegotiation of the Brexit deal. So what then is left to be said? But Europe Editor Patrick Smyth says there still are things the EU can do to help Theresa May get her deal through the House of Commons. Plus: Suzanne Lynch in Washington on the latest developments in the Mueller Investigation and ...…
The chief executive of Independent News & Media (INM) has said the company will ask High Court inspectors to examine allegations that the hard drives and emails of editors and other senior staff were searched without their permission.
For 23 months, Irish Music Stories has woven together tales, tasty production music, and excerpts of recordings from musical guests to investigate the tough side of Irish humor... the loneliness and isolation immigrants can face... woodblock trends... and music that feels like a meal. This episode features the music behind all the stories with ...…
Already dreaming of your 2019 holiday? Travel expert, Siobhan Byrne Learat from Adams & Butler Luxury Travel, joined Jenny in studio to talk about top holiday trends for 2019 and to tell us about some of her A list clients!
The Central Bank has fined Tom McMenamin, former manager of commercial lending in Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS), €23,000 in respect of admitted breaches of financial services law.
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Eir has agreed to pay €3m to settle a High Court case brought by Ireland's telecoms regulator, ComReg. The case addresses years of complaints from rival operators about a lack of proper controls between the company's various divisions.
Dublin has been ranked first in its class as a city destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), and third overall in the world.
Dublin-listed Greencoat Renewables has snapped up two wind farms for €88m from BlackRock Real Assets.
Microsoft Ireland Operations is suing two Saudi Arabian firms in the Commercial Court for more than $31m allegedly owed under various 'channel partner agreements'.
JELLYBEAN firm Cloetta Ireland last year recorded a 21.5pc drop in pre-tax profits to €1.74m.
Losses at companies in the Roads luxury lifestyle group owned by entrepreneur and Ryan dynasty heiress Danielle Ryan continued to mount last year.
US real estate giant Hines and Dutch partner APG Asset Management have announced their intention to deliver a total of 3,000 homes to the rental market in Dublin and the greater Dublin Area in the coming years.
Irish Illustrated Insider reviews Notre Dame’s weekend and answers your questions regarding the semi final match up with Clemson. Become a supporter of this podcast:
Irish Whip Podcast *EXCLUSIVE* When we decided to come back we never knew we would have the chance to come back as fast and as quickly as we did. When we spoke with Amber it was one of the most genuine, honest and candid interviews we have ever been a part of. This is Amber's story on her professional and personal journey from the Bullet Babe t ...…
On this week's show Jealous Of The Birds performed live music ahead of her gig in The Workman's...
Journalist Jennifer Gannon was in to take us through the Christmas movies we will all be watching this holiday season, including some classics and some not so Christmassy, Christmas movies!
Katie Piper talks to Jenny about life after Strictly and her new self help book.
Kay Sheehy walk around Joyce, Wilde & Yeats Dublin with Colm Toibin to show how the lives of artists, art, memory and place can all come to life on a few specific streets in Dublin. The walk was to mark the publication of his new book Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know: The Fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce - (Photo by David Levenson/Getty Images)…
Róisín Kennedy, co-editor of "Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of the New Irish State" (published by Irish Academic Press)
Colm Tóibín gives a guided tour to some of the Dublin locations central to the characters in his latest novel
Colm Keegan with an essay about the Western-themed video game "Red Dead Redemption II"
Sinead Mooney spoke to director Robert Zemeckis about his latest film "Welcome To Marwen"
Dublin-listed Greencoat Renewables has snapped up two wind farms for €88m from BlackRock Real Assets.
The boys celebrate the 100th episode of Irish Goodbye Podcast with a long awaited Power Hour. Feeney shares stories from his weekend at Laugh It Up in Poughkeepsie and Cannon recounts his experience at Yamaneika's birthday party. Alex receives her first threat, complete with an updated version of an old catchphrase, and of course, both Mikes pu ...…
In Episode 5 of COIR, Aoife talks about the fire that destroyed the Stardust nightclub in 1981. Music/Editing: Raif Meyer Artwork: Becks Coad Show-notes:
Two of Ireland's most deserving charities have received a welcome pre-Christmas boost after Aer Lingus donated money to make up for its accusations that some of its staff were stealing from passengers, colleagues and the airline.
When Aer Lingus reveals its new livery in the New Year, staff at the airline might not be too surprised if the famous shamrock is replaced by a carrot and a very big stick.
Cyprus-based financial services company Woodbrook Group is to establish a new Irish insurance arm, the company's chief executive has said.
It may be the rarified high-tech atmosphere in the brand new innovation hub, but Irish Life Health managing director Jim Dowdall has no problem happily imagining a future that others might just see as Orwellian.
In recent weeks retailer Iceland has seen its cute advert about an orangutan become a social media sensation. It depicts a sad ape that is about to lose his home to evil palm oil farmers. A little girl takes in the ape, audience hearts melt and the retailer presses home the message that it is removing palm oil from its products.…
AIB is "closely" considering introducing a new subscription model for its online services in a bid to help fend off competition from fintech rivals.
Choosing west Co Cork as the base for a startup which makes cosmetics entirely from natural, organic ingredients looks like an inspired decision for its founders John Murray and Simon Jackson, as they hope to utilise the area's natural resources to create a local movement as well as continuing to build a highly sustainable enterprise.…
AN Irish baker, Seerys, will produce more than 800,000 Christmas puddings for the festive season, with more than half of them going overseas.
The head of one of the country's main health insurance providers has criticised public hospitals for "harassing" patients with private health insurance because they view them as "revenue-raising" opportunities.
Brexit is bad in many respects. One of the downsides is that following its many twists and turns takes up a great deal of time. The distraction from other issues amounts to a big opportunity cost.
Currency-protection company Assure Hedge has launched a new product,, aimed at Irish SME's exposed to fluctuations in sterling.
The Irish stock market is braced for another week of volatile trading, with concerns over continued Brexit uncertainty hitting shares in recent days. While trading improved on Friday, brokers said that even stocks with little or no Brexit exposure had been hit by last week's sell.
The Government is facing a number of challenges as we enter 2019. And while Brexit is one of the biggest, another is how to square the circle of protecting and growing our agribusiness sector while meeting EU environment commitments and targets that we have already signed up to.
THE Dublin-based aircraft lessor Avolon has placed an order for 100 Airbus jets with an $11.5bn (€10.1bn) list price.
It's a big 'Tá' for the tech firm that decides questionable points in top GAA matches as Hawk Eye's pre-tax profits rose by 31pc to £5.87m (€6.5m) last year.
The family behind Dublin- listed home builder Abbey is in line for a windfall of more than €17m in the New Year after the company announced a special dividend for shareholders.
Corey and David talk about Notre Dame commits going for state championships this week, preview the upcoming junior day and answer questions from the message board.
The golden age of Irish censorship ended in 1967 when Brian Lenihan Sr introduced a time limit on certain banning orders, leading to thousands of forbidden texts becoming available. Since 1929, a wealth of modern literature and medical writing had been denied to the public by a censorship board which was not required to explain its decisions - ...…
Ronan talks to Bertrand Rotagnon Director NE Sales, Marketing & Technical OTIS UK & Ireland. Bertrand talks about the new technologies that they are bringing out now and in the future, what innovations that we can see in the next few years, and how their lifts integrate with smart cities. Bertrand also mentions how seriously safety is to Otis a ...…
On this week's show Áine Cahill dropped in for the chats ahead of her gig in Whelan's on Dec 1...
Aer Lingus has apologised to staff following claims they stole millions of euro worth of goods from the airline, customers and colleagues.
Paul Muldoon, one of the guest speakers at "The Wild Dog Rose", a celebration of John Montague
Sinead Gleeson reviews "A History of Modern Irish Women's Literature", edited by Heather Ingman and Clíona Ó Gallchoir (published by Cambridge University Press)
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