Best northern ireland podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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NIUFOS podcasts cover a wide range of UFOlogy topics, digging into the nitty gritty.
Northern Ireland
Welcome to the home of the official Northern Ireland podcast!! Hear behind the scenes stories of those who have represented Our Wee Country.
Come along with us as we explore Belfast through the eyes (and voices) of the incredible people who call this city home. From market traders, street artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, small business owners, authors to strangers on the street - our goal is to champion the diverse mix of personalities and characters in Northern Ireland. You can find written versions of these stories, photos of our guests, social media profiles and news about upcoming events/shenanigans over at https://BestOfBe ...
Donaghcloney Elim Church Northern Ireland
Live Vibrant, Armagh, Northern Ireland
A podcast providing information for consumers in Northern Ireland.
Hope CC Podcasts
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You will find regular podcasts from and relevant to the Northern Ireland business community on businessfirst radio.
Views on the Belfast Giants, EIHL and UK Ice Hockey.
Sermon audio from Bloomfield Presbyterian Church in East Belfast, a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. We seek to know Jesus Christ and share His love.
Redeemer Central
Weekly talks from Redeemer Central. We are a church community in Belfast that love Jesus and love our city. Come join us on Sundays as we gather at 101 Donegall Street, Belfast and at various locations across the city during the week. Everyone is welcome.
A podcast of our weekly Church Services coming from St Matthias, Knocknamuckley Church of Ireland, just outside Portadown, Northern Ireland
Belfast Pubcast
Join "The Kid" Ryan and Rex Qwando as they lead you on a merry dance through the pubs and clubs of Belfast city. Their aim is to teach you: Where? Why? and Whence? (It's definitely a word). Over the weeks they will be joined by many special guests and industry experts to give their two cents on the weeks chosen watering hole.
Sermons and teaching from High Kirk Presbyterian Church Ballymena
Expressing GOD'S HEART
Politics Podcast
In this weekly podcast, Eamonn is joined by fellow journalists and commentators to discuss the important issues of the day.
You will find regular podcasts from and relevant to the Northern Ireland business community on businessfirst radio.
Every month Ren Zwiers brings the best of travel interviews from reporters and shows in Australia and overseas. Our contributors include Around the World Radio/TV (California, US), Travel Writers Radio (Australia), Travelbites Radio (Northern Ireland) as well as Geoff Harrison and Frances Beasley.
Inside Business
Weekly commentary and analysis on business and the economy in Northern Ireland.
Weekly sermons from ChristChurch Belfast, Northern Ireland.
TM says
Sometimes I say things . . . . .
These are the recordings available from The Lifeboat Fellowship, Grange Corner, Moy, Northern Ireland. At all of the meetings we aim to teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and worship and praise Him for what He has done in our lives. For further information visit our website
On Your Behalf
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland, from welfare rights to health education and the law
The best new music from Northern Ireland. With a gig guide, profiles on the hot new acts, exclusive tracks and festival specials. From BBC Radio Ulster.
'Developing and Empowering Young People for Life'
The people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, presented by Anne Marie McAleese.
Steam Machine is a music pod-cast and club night, kicking off soon in Newry and beyond! Featuring the best in new music from across the genre spectrum, new artists, bands and producers locally and non locally. We plan to bring you new features, mixes, music and news free as well as the podcast. News on the club night coming very soon!
Tom Wilmer’s Lowell Thomas award-winning NPR podcast, recorded live on-location across America and around the world- showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, and the culinary arts. We cover nouns and verbs—people, places, things, and action—everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the real Santa Claus in the Arctic. His feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northern Ireland, celebrat ...
Game Gash
Game Gash podcasts
The Tech Show
Each week Chris and Matt will discuss the latest technology news and feature Northern Ireland tech firms.
A series with a focus on Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and committees of the Oireachtas. The series will also take a weekly look at Local Government activity in County and City Councils and the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
The Hole in the Wall Gang are on air with a brand new sketch show, delivering their hilarious verdict on the politicians and current events in Northern Ireland
The Critical Care Reviews Podcast discusses the biggest critical care trials, either planned or in progress, with their chief investigators. It's hosted by Rob Mac Sweeney, an intensivist in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Youth Podcast
An innovative, quirky podcast from Light of the World Ministries. Bringing the gospel to a new generation with comedy throughout.
Developing a Creative Community
The Social Club
Northern Ireland's football podcast. Every other Tuesday Conor, Keith, Laure and Mark bring you a shiny new podcast to gorge your ears on. We cover everything from the international scene to domestic action.
Services at Richhill Presbyterian Church Northern Ireland.
LGC podcasts.
NI Artschat
NI Artschat podcasts
Northern Ireland are heading to the Euros! Check in with Rich and Andy as they discuss the NI football team's road to Paris.
Welcome to the latest Penny Black Music Licensing podcast. We use this little platform to dig out some of the best tracks we’ve recently added to our eclectic and hand-selected catalogue. We’re all music nerds over here and proud of it. Everything you hear is pre-cleared and can be licensed with a single phone call – hassle free, but most importantly it is original, new and kicks ass. If you hear anything mind-meltingly awesome – and we think you will – get in touch with Jen, Nick or Louise ...
Slugger O'Toole
Slugger O'Toole talks politics from Northern Ireland.
I give my view on what's happening up at Northern Ireland's Parliament in Stormont and across the political spectrum in the province as a whole.
Welcome to the Down In A Mine Podcast! If your are electing a very formal and traditional podcast about news and very common podcast topics, then you are in for a surprise! This is possibly the strangest podcast you will ever listen to. Basically we phone each other up, and record our conversations, which an usually lead to rants rages and us fallen off our chairs in laughter! Give us a listen and see what your view on our sick teenage minds is :)
A series with a focus on Dáil Éireann, Seanad Éireann and committees of the Oireachtas. The series will also take a weekly look at Local Government activity in County and City Councils and the work of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Weekly sermons from Antrim Baptist Church, in Antrim, Northern Ireland
Joining God in the renewal of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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What an amazing woman, she has over come adversity and completed her 100th marathon dressed as Batwomen. Some one forgot to mention that she has also ticked off most of the Ultra's in Northern Ireland including the 84K of the Mourne Way and completed the Donegal Quads in fashion, I can't help feeling that I'm going to be hearing more from Linda ...…
Mickey Stephens has been through a lot, but we can proudly say it was a first for him when he came through to speak on our podcast. In the lead-up to his band Poor Blue's album release party at Petra's, Stephens came to take about The Wasteground and his experience coming up as a musicians during The Troubles in Northern Ireland that inspired t ...…
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetime. PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is one of those problems. Studies have suggested that Northern Ireland has some of the highest levels of it in the world. A legacy of our troubled past. There's a greater u ...…
Peter Krause sat down with Anna to talk about his new book, Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win during his visit to Pittsburgh in March 2018. Peter explains that the quest to create a new country or to be free from a colonial power is often fraught with infighting, several setbacks, and several roadblocks on the road to ...…
At this special 50th anniversary screening of Black Panthers, directed by Agnes Varda, we were honoured to welcome Irish Civil rights leader, feminist, socialist and elder stateswoman of anti-establishment politics, Bernadette McAliskey.McAliskey has her own personal connections with the Black Panthers; after she was given a golden key to the c ...…
Northern Ireland has been in political limbo for the last 16 months. We've no functioning devolved government. We also have no direct rule from London. Senior civil servants have been doing their best to keep the country running. But can that continue? Yesterday, a controversial incinerator in Mallusk was blocked by the High Court. Planning per ...…
"I'm sick of hearing soldiers who fought to protect the citizens of Northern Ireland being compared with terrorists who set out deliberately to murder, maim and intimidate those same citizens." Those are the words of Colonel Richard Kemp. The former army chief has hit out at what he says are "soldiers being hounded through the courts". And he s ...…
A social enterprise must first achieve success as an enterprise before they can deliver on any of their social objectives, that is the message from this week's podcast guest David Hunter. David is the CEO of Acceptable Enterprises Ltd (AEL) who are based in Larne, Northern Ireland and provide employment opportunities for young people with addit ...…
A panel discussion on documentary funding, highlighting sources from both sides of the Irish border. We will discuss funding avenues through various national and international bodies, for all types of documentary – long or short, TV or film. The panel was chaired by Lecturer of Film Practice in Queens University Belfast, Lucy Baxter. She will b ...…
Sir Bob Geldof is a man who never takes 'no' for an answer. The lead singer of the punk rock band Boomtown Rats, is an acclaimed singer songwriter and he's just as well known for his political activism and charity fundraising for Africa. Along with Midge Ure, he founded Band Aid and went on to organise the massive Live Aid concerts in 1985. But ...…
Only a "phantom government" would want to bring in a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit, so says Jacob Rees-Mogg. The high profile Brexiteer told BBC's The View that he has no need to come to the border region to understand how Brexit will affect the people who live there. Vinny spoke to TUV MLA Jim Allister and ...…
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The Prime Minister has said the system for investigating the past in Northern Ireland is "unfair". Yesterday while speaking in the House of Commons Theresa May said only people in the "armed forces" or "law enforcement" were being investigated. Theresa May's statement is contradicted by information given to the BBC's Home Affairs Correspondent ...…
Virtual reality on the podcast this time. I talk to three people creating a VR and an immersive media industry here. Dee Harvey is a producer as is Phil Morrow who runs the production company RETìníZE and Nigel McAlpine who runs Storyfx and Digital Catapult in Belfast. This is the last episode in this series. I’ll take a break for a few weeks a ...…
The Nolan Show can reveal that there are currently 93 drivers in Northern Ireland that still hold a valid driving licence despite having more than 12 penalty points on their licence. Those drivers have amassed between 12 and 16 points each. So that is 93 people that have been deemed to have been driving and breaking the rules of the road, they' ...…
Joining Bill & Steve in the studio this week was York-based singer/songwriter Matthew Thompson, making his debut on the show. Matthew is originally from Northern Ireland and described himself as an "Irish Ed Sheeran". We can confirm that after he covered an Ed Sheeran song he was far better, proving our theory that lots of covers are far better ...…
A former member of the ULSTER DEFENCE ASSOCIATION (UDA), COLIN HALLIDAY spent time in the Maze Prison during the conflict. He now runs Lisburn’s People’s Support Project, originally set up as Lisburn Prisoners’ Support Project to help former prisoners from the UDA and its military wing, the Ulster Freedom Fighters, to reintegrate into society.P ...…
Former IRA prisoner MICHAEL CULBERT now runs COISTE, an organisation that looks after former IRA prisoners and their families. At the COISTE office in West Belfast, he and former British soldier LEE LAVIS reflect on their personal journeys from being on opposite sides during the conflict to working together now for peace.PRODUCTION | ChromeRadi ...…
ROGER McCALLUM served in both the ROYAL ULSTER CONSTABULARY (RUC), and its successor, the POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND. He is now involved in various peace and reconciliation initiatives, and is a Trustee of the RUC GEORGE CROSS FOUNDATION.PRODUCTION | ChromeRadio in partnership with the HANDA CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF TERRORISM AND POLITIC ...…
Giants Causeway in County Antrim Northern Ireland
The chairman of the Defence Select Committee, Julian Lewis, has said it would be a "retrograde step" if a consultation on legacy issues in Northern Ireland fails to consider a statute of limitations for those involved on both sides of the Troubles. Mr Lewis said ministers "can't always have your cake and eat it", as he again called for action o ...…
Current. talks to Adam Ramsay of openDemocracy about issues surrounding the Irish Language act in Northern Ireland.
Nicola Moore, Country Director for Northern Ireland Parkinson's UK, says she learnt about recall of 2,500 neurology patients in the media .
Northern Ireland's border with the Republic of Ireland is a major issue as Brexit negotiations continue. The customs union has become a important aspect to Prime Minister Theresa May's dealings with the House of Lords and with the European Union. Host Dan Loney talks with Brendan O'Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University ...…
PETER HEATHWOOD’s family came over to Ireland during the Plantation of Ulster in the early 1600s. Aged 26, Peter was shot and left paralysed in a case of mistaken identity. He now campaigns with WAVE for appropriate financial recognition of the needs of all those injured during the conflict.PRODUCTION | ChromeRadio in partnership with the HANDA ...…
SHIRLEY MOODY’s husband was shot when he was 16, and he still lives with the legacy of those injuries today. Shirley coped with the aftermath, and the challenges of bringing up a family of sons and keeping them away from the paramilitary organisations during the Troubles.PRODUCTION | ChromeRadio in partnership with the HANDA CENTRE FOR THE STUD ...…
GB2RS NEWS Sunday 29 April 2018 The news headlines: RSGB AGMSunday Times letter responseBARS operating at Royal Mint Illness of a key RSGB staff member means that it has not been possible to prepare Local News again this week, for which we apologise. We hope to be able to present Local News again next week. Details of many club events can be fo ...…
How to stay healthy on the plane or at least try to side-step all the germs. Hot hotel of the week—Toronto’s Anndore House and its destination restaurant Constantine. A review of luxury carryon The Quartermaster by Ebby Rane, a favourite of Meghan Markle. A booze briefing on all the gorgeous craft gin coming out of Northern Ireland. A piece of ...…
On this podcast we catch up with Mo Pitney for the 2nd half of our exclusive interview. Mo talks Family, Faith and Northern Ireland! We also hear from Lady Antebellum on the 10th anniversary of their self titled debut album and we chat briefly about the Nashville concert hitting Belfast next week!
Former US Senator Geroge Mitchell, who chaired the negotiations leading to the Good Friday Agreement twenty years ago today," remarks that it is "a little premature to think that peace could be taken for granted in Northern Ireland and we have to be very very careful"
Professor Monica McWilliams was one of the few women who sat round the negotiating table for the Good Friday Agreeement, as part of the cross-community Northern Ireland Women's Coalition
Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP MP, says that the political vacuum created in the absence of Stormont has resulted in greater polarisation within the community, making it more difficult to bring about an accommodation
Campaigner and historian Liam Kennedy on persistent scourge of paramilitary punishment attacks in Northern Ireland, 20 years on from the Good Friday Agreement.
Ruairí O'Kane, former SDLP Director of Communications discusses the possibility of the party withdrawing from politics in Northern Ireland to allow Fianna Fáil run possible election candidates there
Join royal experts Omid Scobie and Emily Andrews for a brand new episode of On Heir as they report the latest details from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding and reveal the extreme security measures keeping the the couple safe on their big day. There’s also a look at which lucky friends and family received some of the 600 invites se ...…
David Mamet, the American playwright, director and novelist, talks to Stig about his new novel, Chicago, set amongst the gangster rivalry of the 1920s. He explains his fascination with that era in the city of his birth, discusses the writers who have inspired him and explains the importance of imagination, inspiration and dialogue in the storyt ...…
Owen Smith was, until a few days ago, the Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. In this exclusive and wide-ranging interview, Owen tells Matt about how some strange animals dominated his early political life, the nickname his battlebus got and his departure from the Shadow Cabinet. You can follow Owen here: @OwenSmith_MPYou can follow ...…
Irish Times reporter Conor Gallagher speaks to Kathy Sheridan about the Belfast rape trial that he has covered over the past nine weeks, which has dominated headlines for its duration. The trial concluded yesterday when the jury delivered unanimous not guilty verdicts in the cases of each of the four defendants.Also on the podcast, Noeline Blac ...…
With a year to go until Brexit, we take stock of where things stand and what lies ahead.The European Parliament's Brexit Coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt, talks to EU Confidential's executive producer, Andrew Gray, about the biggest Brexit challenges and how the Parliament is dealing with them.Verhofstadt talks about his plan to avoid a "Swiss nigh ...…
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