Best armagh podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Vibe Armagh
Jesus changes everything
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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Future on
A new MP3 sermon from Armagh Free Presbyterian Church is now available on with the following details: Title: The Future Subtitle: The Book Of Daniel Speaker: Rev. David McMillan Broadcaster: Armagh Free Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 12/3/2017 Bible: Revelation 13:11-18 Length: 34 min. (64kbps)…
Windy City Irish Radio
As part of the famed Wrecking Crew, he played on recordings for The Monkees, Dean Martin, Merle Haggard and Elvis Presley. He was the guitar man on Frank Sinatra's Strangers in the Night and the The Irish Rovers Unicorn Song. He acted alongside John Wayne in his Oscar-winning role in True Grit. For a time, he was a freaking Beach Boy! As host o ...…
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.
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 ...…
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 ...…
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.…
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.
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 ...…
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