Best galway podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Calvary Galway
Daily+
 
Welcome to Calvary Galway!
 
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Galway City Museum
Weekly+
 
A selection of recorded Public Talks from Galway City Museum.
 
The Whitaker Institute Podcast Channel features a series of interviews and seminars on Innovation and Societal Change. Recorded by GK Media.
 
The Ryan Institute Podcast Channel features a series of interviews and seminars on Environmental, Marine and Energy Research.
 
A trail taking listeners from the Quadrangle at NUI Galway along the river and up to the northern Dangan part of campus, with stops to look at the wildlife and biodiversity found on campus along the way. Although not necessary to complete the trail, a map and more information is available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/biodiversitytrail/ The trail was written by Jamie Maxwell, Caitriona Carlin and Dara Stanley with input from many others on campus involved in biodiversity research and stewardshi ...
 
Podcast by Galway Community Pride Festival
 
The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway (formerly known as the Galway Comedy Festival ) runs from Thursday October 16th to Monday 27th. A staggering and hugely impressive array of Irish and international, established and emerging comic talent will play in venues across the city - including at the Spiegeltent Paradiso.
 
A collection of recordings & interviews by GK Media from the 27th Galway Film Fleadh (7th - 12th July 2015). This channel also includes archive material from previous years. For details of all screenings & talks visit www.galwayfilmfleadh.comFor more information on these recordings visit www.GKMedia.ie
 
Just like in the Movies, hosted by Garry Kelly, is a weekly podcast that explores and discusses what is happening in the Irish Film Industry and beyond.
 
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TheMikeman1988
Monthly+
 
Shaken your world since 1988
 
FJB Podcast is made and presented by composer Flint Juventino Beppe. - I don’t claim to be a master in English. I don’t claim to be the most social person living on this earth. In the FJB Podcast, I just wish to share with you some stories or thoughts about music and life, naked, sincere and fearless. If you have any questions you wish me to discuss in FJB Podcast; please send them to me per e-mail fjb@fjbfingerprint.com I will do my best to answer all serious questions regarding my work as ...
 
D
Der Galberg Podcast
Daily
 
A podcast series brought to you by Galway and Bamberg students
 
Live from Galway, the one and only Hector Ó hEochagáin brings us his own brand or craic from the west of the Shannon to the 2fm studios.
 
Podcasts from the 6th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 19-20 2016 at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. The conference was supported by: an NUI Galway President's Award for Research Excellence (to Prof. Steven Ellis); the Moore Institute, NUI Galway; the School of Humanities, NUI Galway; the Discipline of History, NUI Galway; and the Society for Renaissance Studies. Podcasting by Real Smart Media in association with UCD's History Hub.ie. F ...
 
The League of Ireland Fans Podcast is the only podcast taking an alternative and sometimes irreverent look at all things Airtricity League!
 
Podcasts from the 7th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 18-19 2017 at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. The conference was supported by: the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies, NUI Galway; the School of Humanities, NUI Galway; the Moore Institute, NUI Galway; the Discipline of History and the Discipline of English at NUI Galway; the Women's History Association of Ireland; and Marsh's Library. Podcasting by Real Smart Media ...
 
National Media Awards 2010 Nominee!! Full season episodic radio drama about living in transition under the shadow of the University of Galway in Ireland. Students, academics and the surrounding community struggle with change in their lives but are all unified by their relationship with the university.
 
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SoundOut Radio
Weekly
 
The Greatest Online Radio Station in Galway!
 
Strange Brew - indie beats, alternative rock and good vibrations from the past, the present and the not too distant future. Every Thursday night at the Róisín Dubh in Galway, Ireland, and Friday from 9-10pm on 8radio.comhttps://www.strangebrew.iehttps://www.facebook.com/strangebrewgalwayhttps://twitter.com/gugai
 
Featuring their unique blend of Irish surreal wit and humour, Tommy and Hector present this Saturday morning show, live from Galway City.
 
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Advertiser.ie
Rare
 
Advertiser.ie is the digital offering from the Advertiser Group, which includes weekly newspapers in Galway, Mayo and Athlone. Keep up to date with what is happening in these areas at www.advertiser.ie
 
Comedy, laughter, nonsense. And constant vying of Russell Crowe's acceptance. This is Knobcast, a podcast for knobs.Recorded in Galway, Ireland.
 
The Talk Radio Show Where Bestselling Authors Talk. Hosted by Dr. Kent Gustavson, and featuring three new authors each week, and featuring an interview with an "author of sound" each week - from jazz to popular music. Past guests have included, among hundreds of others, Judy Collins, Nadeem Aslam, George Winston, Amiri Baraka, Del McCoury, Marie Howe, Stefan Sagmeister, Galway Kinnell, Simcha Jacobovici, The Blind Boys of Alabama...
 
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Stop 1 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail is outside the Quadrangle building. Find out more about the trail and what Biodiversity is. A map of the trail (although not necessary to complete the audio trail) can be found at http://www.nuigalway.ie/biodiversitytrail/
 
Stop 2 on the NUI Galway biodiversity trail is College Green between the Quadrangle and Martin Ryan buildings. We discuss trees, insects and lichens while Dr Caitriona Carlin (Applied Ecology Unit) introduces some of the bat species that have been recorded in the area. A map of the trail (although not necessary to complete the audio trail) can ...…
 
Stop 3 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity trail is on the O'Shaughnessy Bridge over Eglington Canal. We take a look at insects, trout, pike, perch and even the charismatic kingfisher! A map of the trail (although not necessary to complete the audio trail) can be found at http://www.nuigalway.ie/biodiversitytrail/…
 
Stop 4 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity trail are the herb beds outside Moffats Café. Laura O'Connor (Buildings and Estates) discusses the usefulness of herbs in providing food for humans, but also food for insects such as bees and butterflies, while Dr Dara Stanley (Botany and Plant Science) talks about how plants have evolved to attract ins ...…
 
Stop 5 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail is on the river path along the River Corrib, where swans and moorhens can be seen while salmon and eels swim beneath the surface. Aidan O'Hanlon (Applied Ecology Unit) discusses some unusual snails found in this area, while Dr Anne-Marie Power (Zoology) talks about the lifecycle of eels. A map of ...…
 
Stop 6 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail is the lawn outside the Alice Perry Engineering Building where birds and pollinating insects can be found making use of flowers. Dr Gavin Collins (Microbiology) discusses the importance of microbes to the growth of clover plants. A map of the trail (although not necessary to complete the audio trail) ...…
 
Stop 7 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail is the path of woodland along the river path behind the Alice Perry Engineering building where many interesting woodland plants can be seen. Dr Dara Stanley (Botany and Plant Science) discusses how plants make use of light in woodlands. A map of the trail (although not necessary to complete the audio ...…
 
Stop 8 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity trail is at the reed beds which can be seen between the river path and the river. We discuss the plants and insects that make this special habitat their home. Dr John Carey (Applied Ecology Unity) introduces some of the birds found in the area, while Dr Martin Gammell (GMIT) talks about caddisflies and how ...…
 
Stop 9 on the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail investigates the alluvial woodland found on both sides of the river path. This area is home to many species of trees, and Dr Gesche Kindermann (Applied Ecology Unit) discusses the European significance of this habitat. Professor Mike Gormally (Applied Ecology Unit) introduces some of the insects found ...…
 
Stop 10, the final stop, on the NUI Galway Biodiversity trail is on the river bank opposite the ruins of Menlo Castle, which is home to both the barn owl and Ireland's rarest bat. Dr Caitriona Carlin discusses what bats eat, Dr John Carey talks about barn owls while Dr Colin Lawton (Zoology) introduces some of the other mammal species found ...…
 
Episode 1 of the Galway Community Pride podcast.Hosted by Mark Laherty and starring Cathy Brennan (aka Mark's Girlfriend), Rob Partridge, Michael O'Malley, Colin Whelan and Bradley Rowles (aka Rob's Husband or Not Rob).Recorded in Nova, 1 William Street, Galway. https://www.facebook.com/NOVABARGALWAYTheme music by Toby Riding https://itunes.app ...…
 
In this podcast Dr. Stephen Hynes, scientific director in the Whitaker Institute, discusses his own area of research in marine and environmental economics and policy and the broader work of the Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit in the Whitaker Institute. He reflects on why he first developed a passion for this area of research and why environ ...…
 
Jason looks at our vision for the Christian life from Colossians 2:16-23.
 
Jason looks at our identity in Christ from Colossians 2:6-15.
 
Jason how our orientation to Jesus changes everything from Colossians 3:1-17.
 
Jason considers how our orientation to Jesus changes our families from Colossians 3:18-4:1.
 
Jason considers how our orientation to Jesus changes our view of life's purpose in Colossians 3:18-4:1.
 
Ed Gudeman takes us through Revelation 12.
 
Jason looks at how we stand together for the Gospel from Colossians 1:24-2:5.
 
Kirk Poth looks at the subject of joy from Philippians 4:1-13.
 
Padraig Costello considers the theme of repentance.
 
Charlton Hiott from Stonebriar Community Church explores the love of God in the story of redemption.
 
Chip Dickens helps us think through how we can love one another the way God loves us. In the fourth session he thinks about empowering.
 
Chip Dickens helps us think through how we can love one another the way God loves us. In the third session he thinks about restoration.
 
Chip Dickens helps us think through how we can love one another the way God loves us. In the second session he thinks about oneness.
 
Chip Dickens helps us think through how we can love one another the way God loves us. In the first session he thinks about connecting.
 
The Apostle Paul seeks to ground the Colossians' assurance (and ours) in the supremacy of the all-sufficient Son of God who is God in the flesh - Jesus - in Colossians 1:15-23 (PLEASE NOTE: the first several minutes of this sermon are missing).
 
Dr Bob Moore is our guest preacher and speaks from Ephesians 1.
 
Jason considers where the Gospel fits in the mission of God and how it impacts us at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Edwin Ewart consider the work of Christ at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Edwin Ewart consider the person of Christ at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Peter Firth finishes his series on Galatians at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Peter Firth continues his series on Galatians at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Jason wonders what it takes to run the race of the Christian life as we continue in our series in Colossians.
 
Peter Firth begins his series on Galatians at the Connacht Bible Conference.
 
Jason begins a series on Colossians to encourage us to root ourselves in our identity in Christ.
 
Jason considers the way to avoid danger from Proverbs 27:12.
 
Jason considers the art of discipline from Proverbs 13:4.
 
Jason considers wisdom gained from 4 small creatures in Proverbs 30.
 
Jason considers what it means to be wise in the way we speak to one another from Proverbs 24.
 
Jason considers what it means to shepherd the flock of God from 1 Peter 5:1-5.
 
In our Word and Worship evening we consider some troubling texts from the Old Testament around the theme of genocide.
 
In our first Word and Worship evening we consider our understanding of God the Father.
 
Jason considers our great and dependable God from Isaiah 40.
 
Jason thinks about the local church as a people, not a place.
 
Jason thinks about who leads the local church.
 
Jason thinks about the local church as a visible expression of the New Covenant.
 
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