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Best Irish Times podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Irish Times podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The best analysis of the Irish political scene featuring Irish Times journalists, political thinkers and the occasional politician. Hosted by Arts & Culture Editor Hugh Linehan.PLUS: Election Daily brings you the most important #GE2020 news in under fifteen minutes, every weekday evening.
 
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, Lara Marlowe, Suzanne Lynch, Derek Scally, Tom Hennigan, Clifford Coonan and Ruadhan Mac Cormaic.
 
The Women's Podcast, hosted by Kathy Sheridan & Róisín Ingle.
 
Every Monday, Malachy Clerkin and Pat Nugent talk sport - GAA, rugby, football and more - with their Irish Times colleagues and special guests. Supported by Fitbit.
 
A weekly look at business and economics from an Irish perspective hosted by Irish Times Business Editor Ciarán Hancock.
 
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.
 
A three-part narrative podcast about a decade-old mystery on the west coast of Ireland, written and narrated by Rosita Boland.
 
The Books Podcast with Martin Doyle. Sponsored by Green & Blacks.
 
Discussion show in English for Irish language learners around the world.
 
Historical themes, events and key individuals from Akhenaten to Xenophon.
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of ideas
 
Podcast by Irish Times Off Topic
 
The Books Podcast with Martin Doyle. Sponsored by Green & Blacks.
 
Róisín Meets is a free weekly Life & Style podcast from The Irish Times presented by Róisín Ingle.
 
Michael Houghton is originally from New Zealand and is now settled in Ireland. Join him as he shares his journey of chasing financial freedom in an Irish context.
 
The official home for audio programming from One Foot Down, SB Nation's community for fans of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
 
Irish culture and craic, one pint at a time
 
Each week Breifne Earley talks to a different sports star from across the Irish sporting world. Including Olympians, Paralympians, World Champions, International athletes and the hottest sporting prospects for the future.Each week we put our guest to the Spotlight Sweat our own Sports Quiz to see which star knows the most about Irish Sport. Each guest also gets to demonstrate their musical taste by selecting the closing song of the show.Sporting Spotlight is broadcast weekly on Dublin City F ...
 
This series consists of two parts as it discusses the Rise and Fall of Anglo-Irish Bank.
 
70 minutes of good Irish traditional music, from some of Ireland's top musicians and singers mostly on their own and indie labels. All of which are distributed and promoted by the first indie company to specialize in Irtrad. All titles are available via mail order from www.copperplatemailorder.com Payment through Pay Pal. Check out the web site for sound samples and details on over 100 great titles.Presented by Alan O'Leary formerly of CMR Radio and Spyda Radio and driving force behind Coppe ...
 
The Left Wing with Luke Fitzgerald has the best rugby analysis and exclusive interviews every week on Independent.ie. Former Ireland international Luke is joined by Independent.ie’s Will Slattery, as well as the biggest names in Irish rugby.Harnessing his in-depth knowledge from his playing days, Luke dissects how the provinces are performing week in, week out.And for all the international action, listen to the Left Wing for the best analysis and compelling chat about Joe Schmidt’s Ireland.
 
spiked’s Brendan O’Neill discusses today’s big ideas and bad ideas with an esteemed guest.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Europe about their New Books
 
His family name is derived from a Greek craftsman who created the Labyrinth and designed wings for himself and his son to fly away from the island they were imprisoned in. But Stephen Dedalus, the young hero of James Joyce's first novel, is a young man who rises above his baser instincts and seeks a life devoted to the arts. This quintessential coming of age novel describes the early life of Stephen Dedalus. It is set in Ireland during the nineteenth century which was a time of emerging Iris ...
 
The Easter Rising was a rebellion staged in Ireland in Easter Week, 1916. The Rising was an attempt by militant Irish republicans to win independence from Britain by force of arms. This account was written by Irish novelist James Stephens, who lived and worked in Dublin at the time.
 
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.
 
Lord Dunsany (24 July 1878 – 25 October 1957) was a London-born Anglo-Irish writer and dramatist notable for his work in fantasy. He was influenced by Algernon Swinburne, who wrote the line “Time and the Gods are at strife” in his 1866 poem “Hymn to Proserpine”, as well as by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen. In turn, Dunsany’s influence was felt by H. P. Lovecraft and Ursula K. Le Guin. Arthur C. Clarke corresponded with Dunsany between 1944 and 1956. Those ...
 
We deliver news and information that contributes to informed public discussion and greater understanding of Arizona K-12 education.
 
Profiles, storytelling and insightful conversations, hosted by David Remnick.
 
1 phone call. 1 hour. No names. No holds barred. Thats the premise behind Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People, hosted by comedian Chris Gethard (the Chris Gethard Show, Broad City, This American Life, and one of Time Outs 10 best comedians of 2015). Every week, Chris opens the phone line to one anonymous caller, and he cant hang up first, no matter what. From shocking confessions and family secrets to philosophical discussions and shameless self-promotion, anything can and will happen! T ...
 
80 Days is a podcast dedicated to exploring little-known countries, territories settlements and cities around the world. We're part history podcast, part geography podcast and part ramble.Each episode, we'll land in a new locale and spend some time discussing the history, geography, culture, sport, religion, industry, pastimes and music of our new location.More details on www.80dayspodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @80dayspodcast | Support us on www.patreon.com/80dayspodcast
 
Tired of the same ten songs on the radio? Love Celtic music? Want to feel closer to your Celtic heritage? Welcome to the the virtual Public House for Celtic culture through music. Marc Gunn is a Celtic Geek musician and your guide to honoring our past and adapting for our future . If you have comments and want to chat in the pub, email him. Use #PubSongs when talking about this podcast.
 
In this four-part series Julien Clancy tackles four of Ireland's most iconic Irish mountains for the very first time.
 
With an enduring fascination with all things weird, long time friends Jen and Robin delve into history's most peculiar people and extraordinary events.
 
This little book has been written and published with the main object of spreading as widely as possible among our people, young and old, a knowledge of the civilisation and general social condition of Ireland from the fifth or sixth to the twelfth century, when it was wholly governed by native rulers. The publication comes at an appropriate time, when there is an awakening of interest in the Irish language, and in Irish lore of every kind, unparalleled in our history. (Summary from the Preface)
 
Those Conspiracy Guys is an Irish comedy podcast where we discuss all types and genres of conspiracy theories, paranormal happenings and true crime from Atlantean myths to Zapruder films; from ghosts and demons to alien abductions; from werewolves and vampires to CIA assassins and Russian spies. We have a big episode every two weeks, a True Crime show every other week and loads of other stuff every so often and you can head over to the website for details. Our aim is to cast a light into the ...
 
Gary and Ruthie bring you readings from the Classic Celtic books - everything for lovers of the Lore and stories of the Ancient Celts. We will cover the Celts, Fairies, Myths, Legends, Folklore and stories from Ireland, Scotland, Wales and other Celtic realms. If like us, you have seen all those wonderful books that were once published about Celtic Mythology, Folklore, or the Fairies and wished that you had the time to read them, then you have found the right podcast to bring them to your fi ...
 
Two friends Conor and Charles talk about random troubles in the world and school with added humor. Some bits may be offensive but everyone is offensive (don't lie to yourself) so play the show and relax in the land of Pixies and rambling with included guests!Twitter: @IrishHoundPodFacebook: Irish Hound PodcastYouTube: IrishHoundPodcastLeave a review and Subscribe to the show!
 
This Irish Life follows Shooz & Dug re-discovering the secrets of the humanity - Irish-style!. Conversations about health, diet, lifestyle, exercise, martial arts, powerful techniques, myths, history, archaeology and more.
 
My thoughts about the places I am visiting. While a lot of my travel is into the backcountry backpacking or paddling I do my share of trips to more traditional front-country locations too. From time to time other items of note will appear that definitely fall outside the realm of travel and associated things. It is also worth noting that I am legally blind.
 
The magazine style show explores social, political and cultural events from the beginning of time to the modern age with expert panellists, reports and discussion.
 
Jason Weiser tells stories from myths, legends, and folklore that have shaped cultures throughout history. Some, like the stories of Aladdin, King Arthur, and Hercules are stories you think you know, but with surprising origins. Others are stories you might not have heard, but really should. All the stories are sourced from world folklore, but retold for modern ears. These are stories of wizards, knights, Vikings, dragons, princesses, and kings from the time when the world beyond the map was ...
 
Discussing everyday life things like sasquatch, football, beers, and how to be a World class Jerks. We are wasting our time and hoping to waste a little of yours as well
 
Irish Idylls is a collection of short stories about Irish peasantry during the 19th Century. Ms Jane Barlow, an Irish lass, having, unbelievably, an uncertain date of birth, has a turn of phrase that delights and simultaneously enmeshes the reader/listener with compassion for her tableau. She captures the tune and lilt of dialogue so delightfully. A tiny sample: "So, by hook or by crook, Lisconnel holds together from year to year, with no particular prospect of changes; though it would be sa ...
 
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In this episode Róisín Ingle was joined by former model, food blogger & influencer Roz Purcell, who has just released her third cookbook ‘No Fuss Vegan’. Roz spoke to Róisín about her early life growing up on a farm in Tipperary, learning to cook with her grandparents and the unlikely inspiration behind her latest book. They also took a look back a…
 
As the political parties begin to launch their manifestos, and to coincide with a major series in The Irish Times on the causes and potential solutions to the housing crisis, we talk to three of our journalists:- Political reporter Jennifer Bray on the key policies being proposed by the political parties and the major differences between them;- Bus…
 
Once one of Ireland's most prolific developers, Bernard McNamara's €1bn financial implosion is one of a number of construction-related collapses that Irish taxpayers will be shouldering for years to come.
 
The old man has spent some of his hord (slash, crookedly) earned money on a statue of the late, great Fr FehilyBy Ross O'Carroll-Kelly
 
The growing, ageing population has created a pensions time bomb for this Government and the gap between the common retirement age of 65 and eligibility for the state pension has emerged as a major election issue. Our own Dominic Coyle explains the problem, while Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fáil's spokesperson on pensions, claims his party will make a bett…
 
Washington correspondent Suzanne Lynch on what to watch out for as the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump begins. And Dan McLaughlin is back in Kiev to find out how the involvement of Ukraine in the scandals surrounding Trump is affecting the troubled nation's relationship with the US, Russia and Europe.…
 
Josh, Jude, and Brendan are fully recharged and rebooted and read to put 2019 to bed (mostly anyways). To do that, we need to review the 2019 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football season. In this episode: Josh reads off all of the #JoshIsWrong responses with minimal interjection Which player is the best babysitter? Best memories from 2019 Making an im…
 
The most compelling soap opera in rugby goes on and on. Fresh from the announcement that they are to be relegated to the English Championship, Saracens have drawn Leinster in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup in April. Gavin Cummiskey is in studio to walk us through the latest twists and turns in a story that has plenty of room to run in it y…
 
In this episode, Michael explores the energy that one puts into various tasks - from work, personal projects, investing and life in general. He noticed that while he had cut down his working hours to as little as possible, he still found himself without enough time. Michael then came to the realisation that it wasn't time he was lacking - but energ…
 
In this episode the guys get ready for Squatchfest2020 Tidas tells a tale of Campbell soup and Missing 411cases and GaryGnuBy Rook N Tidas
 
Peter Lynch, chief operating officer at Irish drilling equipment maker Mincon, has stepped down from the company in order to "pursue other interests and to move closer to his family in Dublin."
 
Consumers are more confident this month than they were in December, with almost half of them expecting to benefit from bigger pay packets in 2020, according to the latest Bank of Ireland Economic Pulse.
 
Copperplate Time 302 presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com I. The Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. 1975 2. Brock Maguire Band: The Moving Cloud. Blue Grass, Green Grass 3. Caoimhin O’Fearaghaill & Paddy Tutty: Palm Sunday/Mulqueeney’s. Flute & Fiddle4. Alfi: The Drink Song. Wolves in the Woods 5. Crawford/Farre…
 
Copperplate Time 303 presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com I. The Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. 1975 2. De Danann: The Humours of Galway. Bringing It All Back Home 3. Moving Cloud: Chinese Polka/Wiliam Durette’s Clog/Boys of the Lough. Moving Cloud 14. Mary McPartlan: The Holland Handkerchief. The Holland Ha…
 
Intense promotion by online retailers around Black Friday meant November was the weakest month in the last quarter for Irish store owners.
 
The first televised party leaders' debate of the election campaign between Leo Varadkar and Micheál Martin was a pretty low-key affair - shadow boxing rather than full contact sport.
 
Pharma services company Open Orphan will tomorrow try to tap Irish investors for its £5m (€5.9m) placing following a "very successful" roadshow in London last week.
 
Billionaire inventor and Renishaw co-founder David McMurtry has doubled his electric car startup's team to 18 recruits, as a UK company filing reveals the project has absorbed more than €2.5m of funding.
 
Health and housing may be playing a prominent role in the election debates, but the issue of pensions has emerged as a surprise area of controversy. With the 'grey vote' most likely to turn up to the polls, it is an area that every party is clearly keen to strike an appealing position on.
 
Martin McVicar walks quickly along one of the four moving assembly lines at Combilift's vast factory in Monaghan, stopping for a quick chat here and to answer a query from a staff member there. "They grab me when they see me because I can be hard to get hold of," says the Combilift co-founder and managing director, as he zigzags through the 11 acre…
 
Irish peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform Linked Finance has launched a five-year unsecured business loan for SMEs here.
 
Just one Irish company made the top rank of a new global league table used to help big investors identify the most environmentally-friendly businesses.
 
Halewood International, a UK-based manufacturer and distributor of spirits, wine and beer, is looking to develop an Irish distillery where it can produce its Peaky Blinder Irish whiskey.
 
RTÉ director general Dee Forbes has outlined details to staff of 60 cost-saving and change projects that form part of the organisation's implementation of a revised strategy which commits to savings of €60m.
 
A subsidiary of US investment giant Starwood Capital Group, a property investment firm, has committed to invest €35.1m into a loan secured against 12 properties in Dublin.
 
Sharing her passion for fashion was only meant to be a hobby for Sinéad Carroll, founder of the Irish Blogger Agency, not to sow the seeds for a range of businesses.
 
Building materials group CRH has been linked to a buyout of Boral, an Australian construction materials company with a market valuation of AU$5.96bn (€3.7bn).
 
TRUE CRIME - On this episode we discuss one of the darkest and murkiest of topics and definitley not for the feint of heart! Gordon Hayden joins me to talk about a murder that rocked the UK in the early 90s and left a lasting impression on the public at large when it came to the safety of their children. 2 year old James Bulger was abducted and bru…
 
Boom-time developer Bernard McNamara is battling in the UK High Court to have a €6m-plus pension pot excluded from his bankruptcy estate.
 
Developer Paddy McKillen has lost a High Court challenge to a process in which a Government-appointed assessor has been asked to come up with a valuation for shares in the nationalised former Anglo Irish Bank.
 
Analysts at Davy Stockbrokers have revised down their revenue forecasts for software business VR Education.
 
Mass incarceration is now widely regarded as a prejudiced and deeply harmful set of policies. Bipartisan support exists for some degree of criminal-justice reform, and, in some circles, the idea of prison abolition is also gaining traction. Kai Wright, the host of the WNYC podcast “The United States of Anxiety,” spoke about the movement with Paul B…
 
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil both released their party manifestos today, but what are the real differences between them? As we reach the end of the first full week of GE2020, Pat Leahy and pollster Kevin Cunningham dissect the party promises and also take a look at what lies in store for the remainder of the campaign.…
 
Tesco Ireland is to remove plastic-wrapped multi-packs, replacing them with plastic-free multi-buys.
 
One of the Central Bank of Ireland's most senior officials has been rejected for a top role in the European Union's banking regulator over his past links to financial lobbyists.
 
The European Central Bank (ECB) has agreed to review its strategy for the first time since 2003 after years of radical monetary stimulus struggled to revive inflation.
 
BULMERS maker C&C has a number of long-term growth levers that will spur sustainable earnings at the group following the unexpected departure of CEO Stephen Glancey, according to Davy Stockbrokers.
 
Shares in recruitment group CPL Resources were up almost 7pc yesterday on the back of demand for both permanent and flexible workers.
 
Harry McGee and Mary Minihan join Hugh to dig into last night's debate some more, including the fallout from Leo Varadkar's awkward answer about his past use of drugs, and analyse what Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have been saying about potential coalition partners like the Greens. Plus Harry explains what is going on within the Solidarity / People Be…
 
In this episode, Kathy Sheridan is joined by Clodagh O’Hagan, who is now over twenty weeks pregnant with her first child. In late 2018, Clodagh made the decision to have a baby on her own using artificial insemination. Despite being given just a 2-5% chance of becoming pregnant, Clodagh defied the odds and is now looking forward to her new arrival …
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the flow of particles from the outer region of the Sun which we observe in the Northern and Southern Lights, interacting with Earth's magnetosphere, and in comet tails that stream away from the Sun regardless of their own direction. One way of defining the boundary of the solar system is where the pressure from the s…
 
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