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If you like wine chats then you'll like Dada! Please tune in for intellectual shite talk and just general chit chat about a wide variety of topics while we enjoy a lovely Dada Malbec :) Please join us!!
 
Imagine a Lord of The Rings read-along podcast/bookclub.. but where all the discussion takes place in a cosy nook of an Irish pub! All the same topics as a normal LOTR podcast, but with about as much depth as a pint of Guinness. Come for the books, stay for the craic and the lovely, lovely cans! Each week, a group of Irish lads discuss a new chapter of LOTR over a few beers. Whether you haven‘t read the books yet, or are a first time reader of LOTR or are re-reading it for fun, this podcast ...
 
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The Tamám Shud case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is an unsolved case of an unidentified man found dead in 1948 on the Somerton Park beach, just south of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. The case would become one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in Australian crime, and confound detectives for decades to come. Julie Jay (@j…
 
100 years ago today, on the 27th of July 1922, Frank Aiken (the future Tánaiste of Ireland) orchestrated the biggest jailbreak in Irish history when his battalion blew a hole in the side of the Dundalk Gaol. We got to record an episode about the jail break live from inside the Gaol (which is now the Oriel Centre) back in May and we're realising the…
 
In the summer of 2013, 19 year old Michaella Mc Collum departs Northern Ireland for a summer of fun on the party island of Ibiza. Within a few weeks of arriving, however, she will be at the centre of an international drug smuggling scandal which will garner huge media attention. Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) chats to the brilliant Conor Behan (@itsco…
 
Albert Johnson, also known as the Mad Trapper of Rat River, was a fugitive whose actions stemming from a trapping dispute eventually sparked a huge manhunt in the Northwest Territories and Yukon in Northern Canada. Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) chats to Roger O'Sullivan (@rogerocomedy) of Unexplained Legends podcast. If you have enjoyed this episode …
 
For the last episode of the season we jumped on the Stranger Things bandwagon and talked about Dublin's Hellfire Club. Thanks for listening to our shite for another season and we'll see ye all in September! But if you miss our voices you can follow the patreon here, you can follow us on instagram here and you can find out about our comedy club here…
 
The 'Werewolf of Allariz' was Spain’s first serial killer, a tailor named Manuel Blanco Romasanta. But was there a more paranormal explanation for his horrendous deeds? Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) talks to the certified comic and seanchaí Kyla Cobbler (@kylacobbler). If you have enjoyed this episode please rate or review us on Spotify, subscribe to…
 
On the 13th November 1990, the small seaside township of Aramoana, near Dunedin, was the scene of what was then the deadliest mass murder in New Zealand history. David Gray, a 33-year-old unemployed Aramoana resident, went on a rampage following a verbal dispute with a neighbour. What followed would change the town forever and force a re-examinatio…
 
We went to Amsterdam on holiday and met up with one of our favourite Irish internet personalities, Cork comedian Ronan Brosnan, AKA Shite Guides, AKA The Delivery Boy, AKA a very sound lad altogether. We discussed Amsterdam, Cork, the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer, and the exciting thefts of the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer by the Ra…
 
Countess Elizabeth Báthory was a Hungarian noblewoman who, along with four of her servants were accused of torturing and killing hundreds of girls and women between 1590 and 1610. She is purported to be the most prolific female serial killer ever - but how much of her legend is fact and how much is fiction? Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) chats to the …
 
Born Amelia Hobley in 1938, Amelia Elizabeth Dyer trained as a nurse and midwife. In 1969, recently widowed and seeking a new business venture to support herself, Amelia turned to baby farming—a Victorian term for the practice of adopting unwanted infants in exchange for money. Initially Amelia appears to take good care of these newborns until, tha…
 
This is the recording from our live 100th episode / 3rd birthday show we did last month, thanks a million to everyone who came out for it, and a special thanks to our wonderful guest on the night, Donal Fallon! You can hear more of Donal's work on his own (much more successful) podcast, Three Castles Burning, and if you want to hear more of US you …
 
In 1888 the streets of London’s East End were stalked by a serial killer known as the Whitechapel Butcher. The murderer was never caught, but many now believe the killer was, in fact, a female. Could Jack The Ripper have in fact been Jill The Ripper? And if that was the case, could the murderess in question be Mary Pearcey? Comedian Julie Jay talks…
 
This week we had Damo Clarke on to talk with us about a Monaghan man who made it big in Tasmania back in the 1800s. Damo is one of the resident MCs of the Craic Den Comedy Club in Dublin which you should all check out if you're in town, but even if you're not, you can pretend you are by listening to their podcast here. And if you like listening to …
 
This week we had Shane Clifford on to talk about Ireland's favourite saint, the man who found America (100% confirmed), and Kerry's finest son, St. Brendan the Navigator. Shane is a great man all together, you can find more of his stuff on IG here, on twitter here and on his own podcast here We also talked for far too long and ended up putting all …
 
For this week's episode we're talking about the famous Corkconian lawman, John Philpot Curran. It's an episode we recorded a few weeks ago with Roger O'Sullivan and we're releasing it now because himself and Denis Len have just released the first episode of their new podcast, Unexplained Legends! So if you enjoy this show definitely go check them o…
 
This week Kevin told Jason, and our guest Darren Matthews, all about the life and times of Edward Carson, the father of Ulster Unionism. We've got two shows left in Ireland for 2022 so you should come see us in either: Dundalk - Dundalk Gaol for a retelling of the 1922 Jail Break Dublin - Wild Duck with Donal Fallon of 3 Castles Burning Also, go ch…
 
Crimeland is back baby! Giulia Tofana was a 17th-century poisoner who sold her signature concoction to wives that wanted to kill their husbands, but was ultimately foiled by that old chestnut: a bowl of soup. Julie Jay talks to professional husband Fred Cooke. If you enjoyed this episode even a little bit please leave us a five star review and subs…
 
We were delighted to get the opportunity to record this episode about the 1913 lockout, live inside the historic Emmet Hall of Inchicore. The building was once owned by James Larkin and home to one of the striker leaders, and later one of the men executed for 1916, Michael Mallin. If you want to hear more of ourselves and Donal Fallon you can come …
 
Hello! For the first episode of Season 8 we had Des Bishop on to talk about the original Fenian bad boy (slash possible father of modern terrorism) Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa! We've got three shows left in Ireland for 2022 so you should come see us in: Carlow - Scragg's Alley with Shannon Basso Gaule Dundalk - Dundalk Gaol for a retelling of the 1922…
 
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