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Irish Radio Canada
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Stories and interviews from the Irish Diaspora
 
Faith-based radio show from Belfast, Northern Ireland - a selection of music, (Celtic, Jewish, worship, rock); NEWS from Bread NEWS International, (Kingdom Come Trust); and inspiring and topical interviews from around the world. The original show was produced in 1993, but the NEW international show (2008) is now being broadcast on satellite, internet and AM/FM stations.Produced by Raymond McCullough, Precious Oil Productions Ltd
 
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Golf Weekly
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Weekly golf review with Joe Molloy.
 
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CHRISTOPHER KLEIN is the author of four books, including Strong Boy: The Life and Times of John L. Sullivan, America’s First Sports Hero. A frequent contributor to History.com,By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Emma DonoghueBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Diana Beresford-Kroeger - To Speak for the Trees: My Life's Journey from Ancient Celtic Wisdom to a Healing Vision of the ForestBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Robbie Cannon, top amateur golfer and fitness coach to Shane Lowry joins Joe, Nathan and Peter Lawrie in studio to reflect on a busy year
 
Carole ReynoldsBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Siobhan GeogheganBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe, Nathan and Peter Lawrie reflect on Danny Willett's return to the top and the joys of the Alfred Dunhill Championship
 
John Joe has written a number of local histories including Lickmolassy by the Shannon, Hearts of Oak - the rise to glory of Portumna GAA Club and From Little Acorns ... A Centenary History of Portumna Golf Club. His latest book, Portumna A Galway parish bBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Bridgette Brew about the launch of Galway2020By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe Molloy and Nathan Murphy present this week's Golf Weekly, including a preview of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. Peter Lawrie joins the lads for the show. This episode is brought to you in association with La Cala , Spain's largest golf resort and Irish-owned by FBD Hotels & Resorts.
 
Joe, Nathan and Fionn report back from the 2020 Ryder Cup venue, Adare Manor
 
Audrey CollinsBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Duncan Monkhouse President BIFHSGOBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe, Nathan and Fionn look ahead to the 2019 Solheim Cup. Stephanie Meadow joins the lads with her thoughts. Plus, just who is the 2019 Player of the Year.
 
Micheal Marrinan spearheaded the 2019 gatheringBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Michael, Laura and Jacob MarrinanBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Bob Moeller - Joanna Marrinan LeydenBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Christine MorphettBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Catherine O'Brien travelled from Australia to attend the 2019 Marrinan Clan Gathering in Ennistymon, Co Clare IrelandBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Siobhan Byrne Learat, founder at Adams & Butler tells of where she saw an opportunity to service customized travel vacations in IrelandBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Lisa Jameson of Teeling Whiskey gives the background to distilling in Dublin and the Teeling Distillery ExperienceBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Liam Griffin tells of the family businessBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Genevieve Sheehan on the customized SheenCo travel services for visitors to IrelandBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
John Higgins of the National Heritage on The Gian's Causeway ExperienceTrustBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Colin Wynne of Moloney & Kelly describes their travel servicesBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Sarah O'Shea Western Canada Rose 2019 talking about her experiences.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
In the early 14th century the Earl of Desmond, head of the Geraldines, made hereditary Knights of 3 illegitimate sons he had sired with the wives of various Irish chieftains, creating them the White Knight, Green Knight of Kerry & Black Knight of Glin.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe, Peter and Fionn look ahead to the $15million FedEx finale in Atlanta.
 
Brian O'Neill, Gavin Sheridan explored the challenges and opportunities that digital and social media opens in our society and the growing case, across Europe, for online content regulation and controls.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe, Nathan and Fionn chat about Bryson Dechambeau's slow play, the new Fed Ex format and concerns for Tiger.
 
SiarScéal Festival 2019 takes place over two days, commencing on Friday, 11 October and continuing through Saturday, 12 October at Roscommon County Library HQ in Roscommon Town.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
The theme of this year’s Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School in Carlingford on 20th and 21st August, 2019 reflects the instability evident in the lives of our politicians, businessmen, academics and the wider communities – north and south, east and west.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Ireland Park is the principal memorial to the Irish Famine experience in Toronto. It is a bridge from the past to the future. It is a bridge that links two nations and two cities. It is the story of a destitute people overcoming unimaginable hardship andBy Irish Radio Canada.
 
Grant Vogl is the Collections and Exhibitions Manager at Bytown Museum and tells of the wealth of Irihs history housed there.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Nick McCarthy, the Director of Marketing, Communications and Community Outreach provides an insight into some of those people and their historical impact on Ottawa and Canada.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
The lads chat to Open Champion 2019 Shane Lowry and his coach Neil Manchip after a momentus week in Portrush. Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy has arrived at the WGC in Memphis in reflective mood.
 
Shane Lowry is an Irish professional golfer who plays on the European Tour and the PGA Tour. His notable achievements include winning the Irish Open as an amateur in 2009.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Off the Ball stole an extra hour from the schedule this evening, as Shane Lowry became the Open Champion at Royal Portrush.Peter Lawrie joined Joe Molloy in studio for live reaction, while we also checked in with John Duggan at the course, and Brian Gavin from a joyous Clara in County Offaly.
 
The Famine Walk took place from May 27th - Jun 1st 2019 as a group followed the footsteps of the 1,490 tenants from Mahon’s Strokestown Park House estate, who were escorted by a bailiff to Dublin to ensure they boarded ship in 1847By Irish Radio Canada.
 
On 30th May 2019, a group of walkers iarrived at the Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship in Dublinhaving walked from Strokestown Park the new officially accredited 165km national heritage trail – the National Famine Way.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Joe Molloy & Peter Lawrie join Nathan to recap Day 1 of The Open.
 
Joe, Peter, Nathan and Fionn look ahead to the final major of the 2019 season. All eyes are on Portrush for the 148th Open Championship.
 
Fanaid - Tradition Music Group from Belfast - recently toured Eastern Ontario.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Andy Irvine is one of the great Irish singers, his voice one of a handful of truly great ones that gets to the very soul of Ireland.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
Jamie McKeogh - JigJam are a multi-award winning quartet from the heart of the midlands in Ireland.By Irish Radio Canada.
 
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