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My name is Derek Burke a radio presenter, producer and researcher from Ireland. I present two radio shows weekly in Ireland both shows are uploaded to this podcast. One show is a two hour Indie Music show and the other show Also is a Classic Hits Show featuring music from 80’s, 90’s and 00’s along with a newly or recently released Irish song of the week. All the show details are; Derek Burke’s Simply The Decades Radio Show on Dublin’s Tomorrow Radio - www.tomorrowradio.com Wednesdays from 12 ...
 
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The Fine Ale Countdown

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The Fine Ale Countdown

Sentinel Audio Productions, Fine Ale Countdown

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The Fine Ale Countdown is a comedy-cum-(hehehe)-beer review podcast, thrown together by 5 friends who used to performed sketch comedy together. The only catch is none of them know anything about beer, and it’s really just an excuse to meet up and drink. Surprisingly entertaining to listen to. New Episode out every Thursday at 8pm (Irish Time). You can reach the show via Twitter or Instagram @FAleCountdown.
 
Jarlath Regan presents An Irishman Abroad, a selection of diverse weekly podcasts featuring the greatest Irish people of all time talking about their lives, politics, health, wellness and everything in between. Along with regular contributors Sonia O’Sullivan (Irishman Running Abroad), Marion McKeone (Irishman In America) and Tom Dunne (Selection Box), these podcasts are renowned for the depth and quality of its long form interviews. Previous guests include Brian O'Driscoll, Sir Bob Geldof, ...
 
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 ...
 
Experience the rich hidden history of the land of Ancient Ireland with historian , author, musician Danny Houlihan. The rich myths and legends are many and the culture of Ireland is diverse. In this podcast Danny relates the Myths and Legends of the area of Ballybunion.Through its people its heritage and its rugged coastline this is truly Danny Houlihan‘s Irish Experience.
 
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 Copp ...
 
Get Up in the Cool features conversations and musical collaborations with some of Old Time music's heaviest hitters, like Ken Perlman, Adam Hurt, Spencer & Rains, and Jake Blount. As an interviewer, Cameron balances an effusive curiosity for the potential of traditional music with a dogged respect for its origins. Serving as audience surrogate, Cameron asks illuminating questions to Old Time's best and brightest while telling the larger story of the tradition's modern era.
 
All In is an Irish panel-based business show. Tapping into the business news cycle and analysing topical business trends, All In provides Irish business people with unrivalled insights and industry savvy to stay ahead of the game.
 
Imagine a Lord of The Rings read-along podcast/bookclub.. but where all the discussion takes place in a cosy nook of an Irish pub! All the same topics as a normal LOTR podcast, but with about as much depth as a pint of Guinness. Come for the books, stay for the craic and the lovely, lovely cans! Each week, a group of Irish lads discuss a new chapter of LOTR over a few beers. Whether you haven‘t read the books yet, or are a first time reader of LOTR or are re-reading it for fun, this podcast ...
 
Fan perspective on the biggest club in world football. Football podcast for Manchester United fans in Ireland and around the world. Match previews, half time check ins and match reviews. Summary and media round up Episodes released as quick as possible Subscribe and comment to get involved.
 
We watch films...Then try to decide if this weeks film choice is a complete waste of everyone's viewing time? Is it worthy of a whipping or a whooping? (My mum came up with that) Hilarious...Right? Anywho...Bone dry humour, petty squabbling and an Irish woman's potty mouth await. As our greek mate Sophocles once said: "Nay, allow the claim of the dead; stab not the fallen; what prowess is it to FilmFlog the slain anew?" So, grab your whip of choice, mount your dead steed and let's ride!
 
The Troubles were a period of time in Northern Ireland which many people today do not know a lot about. In this podcast we will delve into each individual bombing and attack that happened during the 30-year period. This is a non-partisan podcast that focuses solely on the facts and the accounts of the individuals involved.
 
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. (Summary from Wikipedia and iremonger)
 
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Irish Stories

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Irish Stories

Michelle M. OCallaghan

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Irish Stories is a weekly podcast which consists of original stories set in Ireland. Each story is a serialized work of historical, literary fiction imbued with a touch of folklore. Each story will consist of several episodes. All stories are written by and performed by the author, M. Maureen O'Callaghan. Irish Stories begins with "All Those Things Revealed", a story set in 19th century Ireland. It involves the little-known tradition of the Priest Woman. Take a step back in time and visit Ol ...
 
Nick Shepkowski covers college football for various outlets including: 670 The Score, USA TODAY’s Fighting Irish Wire and you hear him regularly with Pete Fiutak on the College Football News Podcast. This is the perfect podcast for you if you’re into any of: College Football - will have a Notre Dame connection most of the time but will not be all Fighting Irish all the time by any means Quick news recaps and opinions on college sports. Interviews with some of the best football minds you’ll c ...
 
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On today’s episode we’re talking all about finding time for you, which is just in line with where we’re at right now with the new baby. Not having a lot of time on your hands is good because it forces you to prioritize the most important things, whereas when you have more free time you might focus on things that aren’t so important. We give some ti…
 
If you’ve spent any time at all on the Internet talking about controversial political subjects, chances are someone has told you to “do your own research.” In theory, reading up on a topic before giving an opinion is a good idea. But as James Ballantine and David Dunning write at the New York Times, it’s not always so easy to get good information o…
 
Copperplate Time 385 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. The Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Open the Door For Three: Boyne Water. The Joyful Hour 3. John Regan & Paddy Glackin: Tom Ward’s Downfall/The Piper’s Despair. Let Down the Blade 4. Christy Moore: The Clock Winds Down. The Clock Win…
 
Condolences are not enough I want to extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Ashling Murphy. The spontaneous public outpouring of grief at her murder underlines the frustration and anger that exists at the habitual reports of violence against women. Condolences are not enough. Men, and I include myself in this, need to take respo…
 
On a weekend when Ireland tasted freedom for the first time in a long time, today’s guest seems particularly appropriate. Alan Corcoran knows a thing or two about embracing the opportunities that life presents you with even when it seems like there is only darkness ahead. While studying abroad Alan received devastating news from home. It’s a moment…
 
On a weekend when Ireland tasted freedom for the first time in a long time, today’s guest seems particularly appropriate. Alan Corcoran knows a thing or two about embracing the opportunities that life presents you with even when it seems like there is only darkness ahead. While studying abroad Alan received devastating news from home. It’s a moment…
 
John unpacks a number of recent commentaries from BreakPoint, specifically highlighting the march for life and a hero we profiled, Dr. Mildred Jefferson. John also discusses a new report from the New York Times which suggests that many prenatal tests give false positives more often than they produce an accurate diagnosis. John then discusses death …
 
Many churches have shut their doors in the face of Covid, but one large church in Denver hasn’t just shut their doors; they’ve sold them. According to Christianity Today, “The Potter’s House Denver will sell its property in Arapahoe County and continue to worship exclusively online.” We often hear that because the Church isn’t a building, it doesn’…
 
This week Mick and Clare are in Strasbourg for the European Parliament plenary. They’re joined by Oisin to discuss the election of the new European Parliament President, and the French Presidency of the Council of the EU.They also discuss EU High Representative Josep Borrell’s proposal to link the opening of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to the si…
 
Today, as tens of thousands March for Life in Washington D.C., we remember one of the movement’s most important pioneers. Dr. Mildred Jefferson emerged from the segregated South during an era of intense racism. She was the first black female doctor from Harvard University, the first woman to intern at Boston City Hospital, the first female surgeon …
 
Marion hauls Joe in for his end of year assessment. Will he get to go on the school tour or will his failure in the areas of messaging and immigration be too much? All jokes aside, we cast a critical eye over the last 12 months of Biden/Harris, their biggest achievements and inability to get their party in line. Why do Americans believe their econo…
 
Marion hauls Joe in for his end of year assessment. Will he get to go on the school tour or will his failure in the areas of messaging and immigration be too much? All jokes aside, we cast a critical eye over the last 12 months of Biden/Harris, their biggest achievements and inability to get their party in line. Why do Americans believe their econo…
 
As the title states, we actually lost part of this episode so we can't publish it without it making no sense to the listener! We have decided to skip this chapter and move onto Chapter 20 as there isn't really anything we can do about it now without rerecording it... which is...effort! (and you would lose the pizazz of the original take!) Feel free…
 
Disclaimer: If you are confused as to why Chapter 20 is out before 19, please note that we lost part of Chapter 19! Explanation coming soon! So we couldn't release it unfortunately so we just have to skip it if we want to finish this book! In chapter 20 we discuss how Celeborn plays second fiddle to Galadriel, the Fellowships indecisiveness, how Gi…
 
Music on this episode of my indie Derek Burke’s Simply The Decades show broadcast on Wednesday 19th January 2022 on Tomorrow Radio from 12 midday - 2pm (Irish Time) came from the following musicians;Kevin Herm ConnollyThe OrmidalesEileen Gogan Musician & Sean O'HaganSandra VanreysGrand SplendidPete Kavanagh MusicTim McStayRonan Gallagher MusicStude…
 
We’re used to hearing that free speech is being squashed in places like Iran or China. But Finland? According to Christianity Today, several Lutherans in that country are now on trial for “criminal incitement against a minority group—hate speech.” All for affirming the same beliefs about human sexuality Christians have held for thousands of years. …
 
25 years ago a comprehensive government task-force report on violence against women was published. Since then, nearly 250 women have been murdered in Ireland, including Ashling Murphy, laid to rest this week by her family. In today’s podcast, Róisín talks to columnist with the Irish Examiner, Alison O’Connor, final year law student, Inny Ekeolu, pr…
 
Virat Kohli has been Test captain of India for seven years but this week announced that he would be resigning his position. Charu Sharma, Jim Maxwell and Nikesh Rughani are joined by the former India Test Cricketer and current National Selector and President of the Indian Cricketers Association Ashok Malhotra. He tells us whether he thinks Kohli 'j…
 
Grappling with death is as old as the Fall, but a new generation of smartphone apps provides a modern twist. By combining predictive factors such as age, smoking habits, and body mass index, these apps predict when a user will give up the ghost. To be fair, some of the “death” apps do more reminding than predicting. WeCroak, for example, is inspire…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the system that flourished from 1870 when gold became dominant and more widely available, following gold rushes in California and Australia. Banknotes could be exchanged for gold at central banks, the coins in circulation could be gold (as with the sovereign in the image above, initially worth £1), gold could be free…
 
John and Shane answer a listener's question about training men to embrace manhood. They also field a question from a listener who has seen a conversation open up with a daughter who has closed the listener off. The question is, how should the listener should proceed? John then revisits a commentary on sperm donation and provides greater context to …
 
Recently Cambridge University established Europe’s first center devoted to studying and promoting animal rights law. The academics in charge say they’ll focus on questions such as whether animals should be farmed for food, used for testing, caught and killed, or kept in zoos. According to the Los Angeles Times, it’s part of a growing push to design…
 
We've raised the bar yet again. Let me explain... We are the first podcast in the world to review the new Scream. This episode includes the first look at some new segments that will change the face of podcasting as we know it. One day they will make a film about us returning as legacy characters to pass the baton to the next generation of indie pod…
 
Pressure continues to build on UK prime minister Boris Johnson. Denis Staunton has the latest from London. But first Jack Horgan-Jones and Jennifer Bray talk about Minister for Justice Helen McEntee's plan to tackle gender-based violence and the growing optimism that Covid-19 rules can be relaxed and ultimately dismantled. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
Imagine a pregnant mother, recently informed that her baby may have a rare genetic condition. She now faces a future caring for someone with an intellectual or physical disability, perhaps financial stress, and even a shortened life. Certain dreams and hopes she has harbored for her preborn child have been dramatically altered. To make matters wors…
 
Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! This week’s friend is Ella Korth. We recorded at my home in Portland, Oregon. Tunes and songs in this episode: Tall Buildings (1:16) Wild Heart (13:27) Coondog (19:39) Fare Thee Well (Dink’s Song) (26:24) Red Prairie Dawn (31:54) Bonus track: Free Again Visit Ella Korth…
 
Rosie just had our new baby this last week and we wanted to talk about how that went. She had some fear and anxiousness about this birth because of Ezra’s birth. We set up a little pool in our home where Rosie was able to remain when giving birth, and then her midwife had her sit on the toilet to help open things up for the baby. From there, she wa…
 
Recently, Medium’s Tom Whitwell reported, “a study of 14,000 Australians over 14 years found that neither being promoted nor being fired has any impact on either emotional well-being or life satisfaction.” The fascinating study compares the emotional impact of a variety of life events, from retiring to going to jail, being robbed, getting married, …
 
It’s almost a week since we learned of the brutal killing of the Irish school teacher and musician Ashling Murphy. Sonia and Jarlath talk about the violence and how the proximity of this awful incident hit home. With the Cobh 10 Mile Road Race in April, we hear Sonia’s plan to commemorate Ashling’s memory forever in the race. Hersport.ie have also …
 
It’s almost a week since we learned of the brutal killing of the Irish school teacher and musician Ashling Murphy. Sonia and Jarlath talk about the violence and how the proximity of this awful incident hit home. With the Cobh 10 Mile Road Race in April, we hear Sonia’s plan to commemorate Ashling’s memory forever in the race. Hersport.ie have also …
 
The Story of Harold Jones. Part one episode photos are on our Instagram page, comment below to contribute your thoughts. Contact us if you have a little known Irish or British crime we should cover in future episodes. . Instagram Email LinkTree. . 🧖‍♀️ Me Time: Aldi Liptons ice tea Magnesis 🎶 Sound Effects: Sound Bible: http://soundbible.com/ 📚 Epi…
 
Last week John Stonestreet joined the Colson Fellows in Training in a special teaching webinar. These live presentations with a Q&A to follow are a staple for the Colson Fellows program. Last week, Dr. Bill Brown asked John for an explanation on the speed and direction of culture change and how it is impacting mediating institutions and why it matt…
 
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