Best armagh podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Vibe Armagh
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Mall Presbyterian Church Armagh
Podcasts from our Services in Mall Presbyterian Church Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Vibe - Live Vibrant, Armagh, Northern Ireland
Live Vibrant, Armagh, Northern Ireland
Richhill Presbyterian Church
Services at Richhill Presbyterian Church Northern Ireland.
Prayer and Spirituality Commission in Ireland
The Prayer and Spirituality Group of the Armagh Diocesan in Ireland, are delighted to bring our mission to the global network. Our work consists of many variables and our activities to date have included Taize Prayer, an Icon exhibition and various school pastoral work.
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Breda O’Shea of Radio Kerry Sport discussed the team’s victory over Armagh in the All Ireland Quarter Final.
Talking Turf Podcast with Gordon Elliott
�Tyrone v Armagh - Saturday 4pm by BoyleSports
What would it look like if we allowed love to led us each day? The post Jeff – Let Love Lead appeared first on vibe.
Talking Turf Podcast with Gordon Elliott
�Kildare v Armagh - Saturday 7pm by BoyleSports
Jamie Clarke joins Joe in studio to chat life with Armagh, flair in the GAA, his year in New York, aspirations outside the game and extending the summer in Croker.
Tipp FM Radio's Podcast
Jackie is joined in studio by football aficionados Charlie McGeever and Johnny Owens to look ahead to tomorrow’s big qualifier against Armagh.Also on the phone lines to the Orchard County, to get the views of 2002 All-Ireland winning manager Joe Kernan and Oisin McConville, who was a player on that team.Also talking camogie and Tipp's clash wit ...…
Talking Turf Podcast with Gordon Elliott
�Tipperary v Armagh - Sat 15th July, 5pm by BoyleSports
On this morning's Tipp Today, Mark spoke to our Sports Editor Stephen Gleeson who was looking ahead to the weekend sporting action with Tipp facing Armagh in the football and the camogie team also in action.We spoke to Nenagh author Donal Ryan about his appointment as Lecturor of Creative writing at UL and we had our popular gardening slot with ...…
The Lilywhites are back in the big time as they take on Dublin in the Leinster Football Final on Sunday. Kildare icon Johnny Doyle joins us on this week's show to preview the game and give his views on the current set up. Host David Jennings is also joined by Paddy Power's Paddy Aherne to pick out the best bets in the rest of the weekend's game ...…
On this mornings Tipp Today we looked back at an epic weekend for Tipp GAA with wins for the hurlers, footballer and ladies teams and a look at the draw which pits The hurlers against Clare and the footballers against Armagh. We spoke to mkany listeners about their anger that none of the weekend games were shown on terrestrial television. We sp ...…
Wow we can trust in God. We can be bold, confident and secure in His trust. I need to trust Him with my whole life! The post Trusting in God appeared first on vibe.
GB2RS NEWS Sunday 9th of July 2017 The news headlines: Newsreader G4NZQ retires after nearly 23 years No GB2RS from Germany next week YOTA handover at Friedrichshafen Phillip Brooks, G4NZQ has been looking after the GB2RS News Service in Norwich since the 20th of November 1994, which makes it almost 23 years of newsreading. Together with suppor ...…
Talking Turf Podcast with Gordon Elliott
Former Laois man Colm ‘Wooly’ Parkinson picks out his best bets for this weekend’s GAA.
Host: Kathy Sinnott with Sr. Veronica Rafferty OPAlong with saints Patrick, Columba and Brigid, St. Oliver Plunkett stands among the greatest of Irish saints. As Archbishop of Armagh he was a direct successor of St Patrick. St. Oliver paid the ultimate price for the Faith when he was martyred at Tyburn, London on July 1st 1681. Today we will he ...…
Saint of the Day – Cradio
St Oliver Plunkett was born on the 30 September 1629 in Ireland. He was known as the Archbishop of Armaghand and Primate of All Ireland during the 17th century. He maintained his duties in Ireland in the face of English persecution and was eventually arrested and tried for treason in Westminster Hall. The jury returned within fifteen minutes wi ...…
What are we living are lives for? What are passing on to the next generation. The post Living Alive appeared first on vibe.
wow an incredible message from ryan on our last night of vibe saturdays before summer. The post Ryan Matthews – Deeper in the Fathers love appeared first on vibe.
We need to know God as Father and we need to know that he’s Good! The post Goodness of the Father appeared first on vibe.
Former Armagh defender Eoin Toal signed the dotted line for Derry City today. Gary Ferry ( Sports Ed Derry News & Drive105mnl commentator) Caught up with Eoin this afternoon
PaperTalk: Irish Examiner Sport Podcasts
Irish Examiner GAA correspondent John Fogarty reflects on the weekend's championship action with Colm O'Connor. Clare end Munster wait, Diarmuid Connolly set for ban, while Down and Armagh should worry about the Jason Forde precedent.PLUS: Kerry legend and selector Mikey Sheehy on the Kingdom's "crazy" wait for championship action.…
Paul sharing on faith and how do we respond. The post Paul Drury – positive faith response appeared first on vibe.
Ex-Galway manager Anthony Cunningham joins David Jennings to reflect on the Tribesmen's impressive win over Dublin last weekend and the news coming out of Tipperary. They are also joined by Paddy Power's Damien Fitzgearld to look ahead to the weekend's hurling and football action. All prices mentioned can be found at www.paddypower.comHighlight ...…
Wooly, Conan and Stevie take a look ahead to the games at the weekend concentrating on the Ulster championship clash of Armagh and Down as well as answering your twitter questions. Paddy Brophy and Ewan MacKenna join on the line to talk Ozzie rules and drug testing, among other things.
On this week's show, we were joined by Down legend Benny Coulter and Gaelic Life journo Niall McCoy along with Declan Bogue and Paul Fitzpatrick to look at the Down v Armagh game, the structure of the championship and why Paul will be backing the draw.
How can we extend his incredible love to each other and even our enemies The post God’s Unconditional Love appeared first on vibe.
Under The Mason's Apron Folk Show
Greetings Maypoles (other nationalities are available). Here we is with yet another crackin' show for you. No language problems this time ( unless you count English) but we seem to be inundated with magical creatures and nobility.And a goose. And it being that time of the year, a tribute to the merry month of May from the wonderful Lisa Knapp w ...…
How do we treat each other? Like family and friends or strangers. God’s heart is that we would love him and each other. One body known by love and unity. The post Family – Treating each other like Jesus appeared first on vibe.
Please be aware that the registered Deaths in England quoted in this sermon is Weekly not daily as stated by pastor Gary. ("The population of Armagh die each week in England)
RTÉ - CountryWide Podcast
Psychologist & former All Ireland winner with Armagh, Enda McNulty said recently that growing up on a farm was a great advantage especially for playing sport at an elite level. This week Damien met Irish soccer International, Leanne Kiernan & her dad John, on their pig farm in Bailieboro County Cavan.…
GB2RS NEWS Sunday 16th April 2017 The news headlines: Two new GB2RS readings International Marconi Day stations Voting for the RSGB AGM Two new GB2RS services start later today. At 6.30pm, Mike, GD6ICR will lead with a news reading via GB3IM on the Isle of Man. In Northern Ireland at 7.30pm, the news will be read on DMR via GB3OM, GB7LY, GB7UL ...…
Having spent the large majority of 2016 in New York City, Jamie Clarke is back in Ireland and once again strutting his stuff in a Armagh jersey. Renowned for his individual style on the pitch, Jamie is one of the most talented forwards and interesting personalities the modern game has produced. We chat about the positive impact that travelling ...…
Fresh from hitting 1-09 against Dublin, Jack McCarron joins on the line while Michael Quinlivan talks us through his hat trick of goals against Armagh on a star studded football show. Wooly, Cian and Conan also take a look back at a fantastic last day of the national football league.
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