Best gaelic games podcasts we could find (Updated May 2017)
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Gaelic Gamers Podcast
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Podcast by Gaelic Gamers
 
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Take Your Datapoints Podcast
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The podcasting wing of www.takeyourdatapoints.com
 
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RTÉ - RTE GAA Podcast
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RTE Sport - the home of GAA - presents the most comprehensive weekly podcast, looking at all the top news stories and team match-ups across the world of Gaelic Games.
 
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GaelicSportsCast
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a Podcast on Gaelic Games - Football & Hurling from around the globe
 
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Championship Sunday
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Interviews from Today FM's GAA Show Championship Sunday with Paul Collins
 
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GaelicSportsCast
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GaelicSportsCast reports on Gaelic Games happenings around the globe via weekly Podcasts.GaelicSportsCast is dedicated to bringing you the latest in Gaelic Games news outside of Ireland as it travels to the four corners of the planet to speak with the GAA Irish Diaspora about their much loved sporting pastimes – Gaelic Football and the uniquely Irish game of Hurling. From London to Beijing, and from Canada to Buenas Aires, GaelicSportsCast shines the spotlight on Gaelic sports around the globe.
 
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Mr. Standfast by BUCHAN, John
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This is the third of Buchan's Richard Hannay novels, following The Thirty-nine Steps and Greenmantle. Set, like Greenmantle, durinig World War I, it deals Brigadier-General Hannay's recall from the Western Front, to engage in espionage, and forced (much to his chagrin) to pose as a pacifist. He becomes a South African conscientious objector, using the name Cornelius Brand. Under the orders of his spymaster, Sir Walter Bullivant, he travels in the book through England to Scotland, back to the ...
 
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Episode 172: Critical Thinking: Theatre in Another Language Have you ever watched a piece of theatre in another language? Theatrefolk partners in Crime Lindsay Price and Craig Mason put on their critical thinking caps and reflect on seeing theatre in Norwegian, Icelandic, and scrap metal (you’ll have to listen in for more on that one). How are ...…
 
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GO GO SPORTSBROS!
 
This time, we discuss a Gaelic game called hurling, which we all agree is pretty metal (Cammie's still not sure what that really means).
 
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Fair Game - the women's sports podcast
 
The Gaelic football and camogie championships are all wrapped up​ for 2016​ - but what are the main takeaways from the season that was? ​To talk through all of the big issues affecting both codes, we're joined by Tyrone football powerhouse ​​GEMMA BEGLEY, and Wexford camogie legend ​​KATE KELLY - two All Stars in their fields who know are now c ...…
 
There’s always been this association of higher learning to progressive social movements…Instead of saying that this is something that happens on the fringe of university culture, why can’t we make this a learning experience? Our guest tonight is Associate Professor Bob Huish from Dalhousie University. He’s part of the International Development ...…
 
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The Second Captains Podcast
 
Dublin win a classic in Croker Dublin and Kerry gave us one of the great games of gaelic football, but when the All-Ireland champions kicked for home, Kerry had no response. Malachy Clerkin and Mike Quirke join us to pick over the bones of a classic, while Ken gives us the (not particularly fair) view from Fairview.…
 
The front man of RTE's Sunday Game for over 30 years, Michael Lyster is the face of Gaelic Games. He talks to Anthony Moyles about the changing nature of punditry, television, football and hurling - and how helmets have evolved from fashion statements to actual safety gear.
 
In This Week’s Show attempting to level the field, Ugandan courts buy porn detecting drones from the Pope to stop Satan’s teenage Swedish armwrestling club from doing their “exercises” Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Mbaba Mwana Waresa hasn’t struck us down yet, we are trying their patience! Shea’s Life Les ...…
 
Four games last week, four games next week in the final stages of the gaelic football championship - Mayo and Donegal advance to a winner-take-all four way extravaganza this saturday, while Kerry and Tipperary move onto the semi-finals in swashbuckling style. Oisin McConville and Micheal Quirke break down the action. Brilliant author and journa ...…
 
In this ep I'm trying a new show about Game Of Thrones a pre and post episode podcast. I'm starting with episode 8 - No One We talk, b4 we watch, about what we think will happen then talk after to see if we were right, wrong and or happy with the result as well as are predictions for the next ep. We also touch on UFC 200 & some of the cool & wt ...…
 
It's the first episode of The Throw-In, Independent.ie's GAA Championship podcast, with Paul Curran and John Mullane joining INM writers, Frank Roche, Michael Verney and Donnchadh Boyle to discuss all the weekend action.The shock of Tipp's win over Cork to Donegal's ill-discipline and Kilkenny's crushing of the Dublin hurlers were all up for de ...…
 
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Women's World Football Show
 
Women's World Football Show welcomes Sky Blue FC Head Coach Christy Holly! The NWSL's newest head coach gives us a tour of his first months steering the ship at SBFC. What has been his biggest challenge? How did his late appointment affect his preparedness entering into the 2016 season? And just what does he want to accomplish by the end of the ...…
 
This week we're drinking quite a variety of beers and discussing "coming of age" films. As well as touch on a bit of that new "holy-shit" Game of Thrones moment that no-one saw coming. This is also Marcus's last week with us, because he's dying. No, not really. He's only going to Spain for three weeks on an international espionage mission... ag ...…
 
Tommy Walsh arrived home from Australia in late 2014 with the prospect of a long and fruitful Gaelic football career ahead of him. But today he’s walked away from the Kerry panel, and we talk to his club-man and former Kerry All-Ireland winner Micheal Quirke. Stephen Ferris and Shane Horgan talk to us about the Ulster-Leinster game, and the cur ...…
 
Still no win for Ireland in the 6 Nations championship this year - Gerry Thornley and Shane Jennings are in studio to give us their verdicts on a fourth game in a row where we had chances to win, and failed to take them. The mark is now a part of Gaelic football, and we talk to Karol Mannion about how this will affect how the game is played (if ...…
 
In our final Bonus interview before England Vs Ireland Legends on Friday 26th at the Stoop, we were lucky enough to speak to Shane Byrne the Ireland Legends captain about the legends game, a future Legends Lions series, Ireland’s hugely successful adoption of professional rugby and his, albeit brief, return to Gaelic Football. Use the offer cod ...…
 
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Gaelic Gamers Podcast
 
After an extended break we are back and ready to talk all things PS4 once again. This time around we give our belated game of the year for 2015. There’s two great PS2 RPGs out for PS4 to discuss and finally we take a look at what 2016 has in store.
 
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Gaelic Gamers Podcast
 
On this episode of Gaelic Gamers we talk a lot about Final Fantasy (as usual), all those lovely PS2 games that were recently released for PS4 and there are even some Christmas crackers...no wait there's none sorry.
 
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Gaelic Gamers Podcast
 
Bloodborne The Old Hunters DLC has been released we talk about how very difficult it is. There's only one way to follow up a topic like Bloodborne and that's by discussing crossdressing in Final Fantasy 7.
 
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Gaelic Gamers Podcast
 
Battlefront is out and it's well....disappointing in all honesty. We talk about what’s wrong with the new Star Wars game. It’s also time for our shortlist for game of the year.
 
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Sporting Limerick
 
This weeks Sporting Limerick Podacst looks ahead to a bumper weekend of sport.We preview Limerick FC's massive trip to Sligo and ask if they can stay up.We look ahead to Munster Vs Ulster and chat about the retirement of Felix Jones.In Gaelic Games we look ahead to this weekends Munster Club Championship games and look back on the appointment o ...…
 
The second episode of TallCast comes to you from the great outdoors, where Tom and Zach discuss Sahara. They also discuss hoverboards, Tesla, video games, the perils of nostalgia, and Zach's quest to rediscover an elusive memory from his childhood. Not even catastrophic hard drive failure can stop this podcast. Links: contact@tallcast.org Our L ...…
 
G&T Podcast Episode 24 What We’ve Been Watching. Travis: The Whispers remains intriguing and disturbing as mentioned last week. Wayward Pines is still compulsive viewing and impressive. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2618986/?ref_=nv_sr_1 Mr Robot is still good but not quite as impressive as the Pilot http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4158110/?ref_=nv_s ...…
 
Part XX sees us enter the 1190s and the Norman Invasion enters what might be called end game. In this decade they begin to advance in to the far west of the island. The Gaelic Irish response is at times baffling. Old internal feuds only intensify as the ruling families cannot let go of past transgressions and unify against the Normans. This lea ...…
 
Offaly footballer Brian Darby, Limerick hurler Wayne McNamara and journalist Jackie Cahill join RTÉ’s Jacqui Hurley for a look back at all the weekend's Gaelic games action
 
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Women's World Football Show
 
Erin McLeod! Women's World Football Show welcomes Canadian Women's National Team goalkeeper, renaissance woman and overall great person – Erin McLeod. The Olympic bronze medalist talks about her evolution as an athlete, artist and ambassador to the women's game. As we get closer to the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada, Erin gives us a unique vi ...…
 
Opening pipe music Ryan, courtesy of Bret Cousins On this weeks episode Karen gets to talk Scottish gibbers with guests from the Airdrie Gaelic Society. Bret Cousins, president of the Society and Kevin Fraser, member of the Society and Pipe Major of the Airdrie Scots, Pipes & Drums. Bret explains the mechanics of the chanter and gives us a wee ...…
 
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Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
 
Irish Celtic music from Brian O h'Uiginn, Ed Miller, Ciana, Kyle Carey, Black Market Haggis, Smithfield Fair, Sweetfire, Cianan, Atlantic Wave, The Pederick-Hutson Guitar Duo, The Bilge Pumps, Kailyarders, 3 Pints Gone, Fiddlinda: Linda Relph, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Bad Haggis, Beth Patterson, Emerald Rose, Derek Young, Trip McCool, Erin's Guild, ...…
 
Gaelic Football is Ireland's most popular sport - there are clubs in every parish of the country. The game is very much part of the Irish identity. But it is losing its lifeblood. And all because of emigration. John Murphy goes to the far west of Ireland, to learn about this uniquely Irish game and hear how clubs are struggling to keep going as ...…
 
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The Documentary: Archive 2014
 
As more young people leave Ireland, Gaelic Football is losing its lifeblood. John Murphy reports on the struggle to keep alive the game that is at the heart of Irish identity.
 
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The Documentary: Archive 2014
 
As more young people leave Ireland, Gaelic Football is losing its lifeblood. John Murphy reports on the struggle to keep alive the game that is at the heart of Irish identity.
 
Gaelic Football is Ireland's most popular sport - there are clubs in every parish of the country. The game is very much part of the Irish identity. But it is losing its lifeblood. And all because of emigration. John Murphy goes to the far west of Ireland, to learn about this uniquely Irish game and hear how clubs are struggling to keep going as ...…
 
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The Documentary: Archive 2014
 
As more young people leave Ireland, Gaelic Football is losing its lifeblood. John Murphy reports on the struggle to keep alive the game that is at the heart of Irish identity.
 
Gaelic Football is Ireland's most popular sport - there are clubs in every parish of the country. The game is very much part of the Irish identity. But it is losing its lifeblood. And all because of emigration. John Murphy goes to the far west of Ireland, to learn about this uniquely Irish game and hear how clubs are struggling to keep going as ...…
 
Stephen previews this weekend's hurling action with Damian Lawlor, Gaelic Games Correspondent with the Sunday Independent, and Brian Flannery, former Waterford hurling captain.
 
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The Sunday Business Post - Connected Magazine
 
Emmet Ryan speaks to the GAA's video analyst Rob Carroll about how IT is changing Gaelic games.
 
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Celtic Myth Podshow
 
Part 1 of our Interview with Philip Shallcrass, Head of the British Druid Order In a ground-breaking show for us, we bring you the first part of an interview with the Head of the British Druid Order, Philip Shallcrass, aka Greywolf. He talks about Druidry, the Order, how he discovered his Path and he even tells us how he got the name 'Greywolf' ...…
 
We revisit the Banter Salon at Other Voices from last December where Michael Moynihan joined us at the fireside of Foxy John's pub in Dingle Co. Kerry. The Irish Examiner sports journalist is the author of the fascinating “GAAconomics” book about the secret life of money in the GAA. Like all great investigations, “GAAconomics” follows the money ...…
 
This evening's show will feature London 2012 Olympics Walker Laura Reynolds. The Leitrim athlete who qualified for the Olympics and went on to secure a top twenty finish.She talks to Breifne about growing up in Leitrim, getting into athletics in primary school, community games before getting selected to represent Ireland at youth level.She disc ...…
 
Will Pwyll survive his encounter in the Land of the Dead? In the final episode of the first half of Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed we tie up all the loose ends and find out whether Pwyll has fulfilled his promise to Arawn or whether Arawn still has a trick or two up his sleeve. We find out what happens when Pwyll returns to his homeland, the beautiful ...…
 
Ahead of the massive weekend of Gaelic Games with the Hurlers and Footballers in action Donn O Sullivan of the Limerick Post, Jerome O Connell of the Limerick Leader and Liam Aherne of Live 95FM sat down to look ahead.
 
In this episode, we speak with Liam Kilmartin, a lecturer (since 1994) in electrical and electronic engineering at the National University of Ireland with particular interest in signal processing. In the 90′s, he was the principle investigator in a project developing a prototype system for automated goal detection with support from the Gaelic A ...…
 
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