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Dublin Bible Church is driven to lead as many people as possible to become fully developing followers of Christ. We strive to be a church that is relevant and provides spiritual direction to the lives of the people in middle Georgia. We hope to work toward our vision by creating welcoming worship environments living in authentic community providing relevant biblical teaching equipping the family with the tools to succeed encouraging people to take steps toward spiritual growth ______________ ...
 
We are a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ageswho worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephens Green in the centre of Dublin city in Ireland. This podcast is a collection (updated weekly) of sermons from our weekly Sunday services. There are seperate podcasts for Moments of Reflection and the Children's Story. Search for Dublin Unitarian Church.
 
A bi-weekly album review podcast recorded in Dublin and hosted by Dónal Kennedy and Dylan O'Connor. Each episode covers a selection of new releases from the worlds of rock, metal, alternative, pop, electronic, jazz, folk and beyond plus one noteworthy older record from the archives.
 
Bluiríní Béaloidis is the podcast from The National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin, and is a platform to explore Irish and wider European folk tradition across an array of subject areas and topics. Host Jonny Dillon hopes this tour through the folklore furrow will appeal to those who wish to learn about the richness and depth of their traditional cultural inheritance; that a knowledge and understanding of our past might inform our present and guide our future. Podcasts are av ...
 
50 years on, the world is still in love with The Beatles. Join Nothing Is Real hosts Jason Carty & Steven Cockcroft as they continue the never-ending conversation about the greatest band the world has ever known. Each episode puts a tiny piece of the Beatles story under the microscope to try and make sense of it all. Coming at you live, on tape, from Dublin. Fortnightly. 414227
 
The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free Festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries. The Festival has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling Irish and international historians to Dublin for a high-profile weekend of history talks and debate. The 2020 Festival will take place in September. . See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We are two EFL teachers based in the beautiful city of Dublin, Ireland. We felt the need to expound our vast knowledge of this subject with you, the listener. We aim to cover such topics as: critical thinking, the corpus, the dreaded PARSNIP and more. With a few stories of our own, we also aim to entertain and have a laugh along the way. Listen and learn. Listen and laugh. Laugh with us. Laugh at us. And tell your mates at work.
 
Zurich is one of Ireland’s leading insurance companies providing a wide range of general insurance and life insurance products and services. The company employs over 1,000 people across its locations in Dublin and Wexford. https://www.zurich.ie/about-us/social-media/
 
Hey! We're Jen and Karla. Two girls from Dublin with what we consider an "alright" sense of humour. Times are changing and we love discussing our strong, differing opinions on todays everyday topics, but even more so, we want to hear yours. Get involved by WhatsApp text or voice notes on 085-7252127 Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-unpopular-opinion.
 
Love Never Fails Radio with host Vanessa Russell, invites you to join in the fight for love. This program is focused on loving our neighbor as ourselves and giving ourselves up for them. Our neighbors are people loved by God who may have been impacted by human trafficking, homelessness, abuse, unemployment, mental illness, etc. During this program we will discuss practical ways we can come together to serve them. John 15: 12 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Contact In ...
 
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Construction SitesWith construction sites to remain open under the country's new Level 5 restrictions, today on Dublin Talks we spoke to builders about their working conditions.Although some said their workplaces have brought in mask-wearing, sanitising stations etc, others are concerned about the lack of adherence in theirs.Do you think constructi…
 
Welcome to the 2020 International Dublin Literary Award Shortlist podcast, presented as part of International Literature Festival Dublin.In this special podcast series, Caelainn Hogan and Jessica Traynor explore each novel in detail as they chat exclusively to the authors and translators shortlisted for the award, the winner of which will be announ…
 
Welcome back to the VTE Dublin Podcast where you’ll find all the recent talks from the VTE Dublin Conference. Be sure to subscribe to the VTE Dublin Podcast Thromboprophylaxis for lower limb immobilisation after injury (TiLLI): Systematic review and economic evaluation Prof. Dan Horner | Professor of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine | Consul…
 
Its been a while since I’ve uploaded anything on my Soundcloud. Lets just say I was a bit lazy and I’ve had one or two mixes to record for some other platforms so I didn’t want to overkill it lol. Anyway… these are my current favourite tracks in one and a half hour mix. Enjoy! Viktor Marina · Viktor Marina – Your Love (October 2020)…
 
SchoolsToday on Dublin Talks we asked listeners did they believe schools should be open in level 5 restrictions.We spoke to a woman who's been keeping her son home from his school, which has 14 confirmed cases.However, many disagreed with her and told her she's being selfish.What do you think?Listen back now:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/u…
 
Phone ChallengeLast week on Dublin talks we challenged Adrian to go without his phone for 24 hours.He gave it a good attempt! However, just a few hours in he was caught out by Jeremy.This morning on Dublin Talks, we asked if you could live without your phone for the whole weekend.We heard from one man who brought his wife away for a romantic weeken…
 
Covid-19 RestrictionsAs cabinet meets today to discuss increasing current Covid-19 restrictions, we asked Dubliners what they want to see remain open or what should be closed.We spoke to one woman who believes we are in uncharted waters. She said we need a strict lockdown, including the closure of gyms.However, not everyone was in agreement.Listen …
 
Matt and Catfish summon their “fierce heart”(s) to talk honestly about the finale of Lovecraft Country on HBO. They go through your feedback, and draw and announce the winner of the Cthulhu Funko Pop contest! (You have to watch/listen to find out who won and how to claim the prize!) Thanks for listening/watching Shoggoth Surprise, and for submittin…
 
Covid-19 WeddingsThis morning on Dublin Talks we spoke to Darragh O'Dea who has been DJing smaller weddings over the past few months.In a video shared to his Instagram, Darragh showed a smaller wedding of just 25 people all dancing and having a great time. View this post on Instagram The 25 person wedding! Your best friends, closet family and every…
 
Welcome to the 2020 International Dublin Literary Award Shortlist podcast, presented as part of International Literature Festival Dublin.In this special podcast series, Caelainn Hogan and Jessica Traynor explore each novel in detail as they chat exclusively to the authors and translators shortlisted for the award, the winner of which will be announ…
 
After a seven-month break the Mayo footballers were back in National League action today and they certainly hit the ground running against Galway in Tuam. James Horan placed his faith in a youthful first fifteen for this game and this selection was fully justified as Mayo stormed to a fifteen-point win over the neighbours.In this episode of the May…
 
#OpenArms #ChurchOnline #TheRoundtablePodcast Founding pastors PJ & Liz Booth join some of the OA team, Sean Booth and Candice Kieser chatting about the topic of: FEAR. Many of us can be in a constant state of fear, feeling out of control and powerless. We talk about facing your fear and knowing that in God we can have a perfect peace. _ _ Podcast …
 
#OpenArms #ChurchOnline Ever wondered what some verses mean in the Bible? Us too! Be sure to catch this message based on Colossians 1:9-14, from the lead pastor, Sean Booth as he continues with the series: “Good News”. _ _ Stay Connected Visit our website - https://openarms.ie/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/openarms.ie/ Instagram - @openarms_…
 
This week in Haus of Unpopular, we throw it back to what Halloween was back in the day. Oh the nostalgia, the curly kale and the darting to the gaff that gave out the chocolate covered apples. We also hear our listeners favourite stories of which there were so many, we carried the ending over to Patreon! As always we're on insta @theunpopularopinio…
 
In a webinar address to the IIEA, just over two weeks prior to the US Presidential Election, Radosław Sikorski MEP offers his analysis of the current state of the transatlantic alliance. He examines some of the global challenges that lie ahead and the areas where the EU and the US can lead global cooperation.About the Speaker:Radosław Sikorski beca…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we discussed a campaign by Cybersafe Ireland which is urging people to switch off their devices from 5 o'clock this evening for 24 hours.We found out how many Dubliners will be taking part in this and spoke to some people who say they just couldn't do it.Listen Back Here Now:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/upload…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we discussed the GAA championship and asked if it should be cancelled while we are in a pandemic.We heard from a Dublin woman who believes that it should be cancelled because "it's not worth the risk"...How do you feel about this?Listen Back Here Now:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/10/16113001/Dublin…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we spoke to Senator Rebecca Moynihan, who wants to see "social bubbles" brought in so that people don't have isolate themselves from their loved ones.She believes that social bubbles offer an opportunity to socialize in close proximity with a small group of people (who each only socialise with those who are in the same …
 
Welcome to the 2020 International Dublin Literary Award Shortlist podcast, presented as part of International Literature Festival Dublin.In this special podcast series, Caelainn Hogan and Jessica Traynor explore each novel in detail as they chat exclusively to the authors and translators shortlisted for the award, the winner of which will be announ…
 
In this Film Ireland podcast (recorded earlier this year) Gemma Creagh talks to the internationally-celebrated filmmaker and artist Vivienne Dick about her latest film 'New York Our Time', an intimate and philosophical documentary that contrasts the concerns of present day living in New York with the bohemian wildness of the city in the late '70s, …
 
More than seven months have now passed since Mayo played their most recent match in this year's National League campaign, with all inter-county action mothballed since then due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. County teams all over the country are, however, set to take to the field once more, with the remaining two rounds of League matches schedul…
 
In his address to the IIEA, Dr Steve Aiken OBE MLA takes a critical look at how Northern Ireland, in its next century, can become a benchmark of Anglo-Irish cooperation and understanding in an uncertain and increasingly unstable world.About the Speaker:Dr Steve Aiken OBE MLA is the Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, a position he has held since N…
 
"I had an argument with my dad.. so i got a crazy tattoo out of spite"3/4 of people with tatoos have at least one that they regret. We spoke to those people.Including Elaine who got a very rude tattoo on a very strange part of her body![audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/10/15130744/201015-Tattoo-Regrets.mp3"][/audio]…
 
Visits to households are off... And many people are not happy This morning on Dublin Talks, our lines were jammed with callers, angry with the news of the latest covid restriction... no house visitsIncluding a woman who got very upset at the thoughts of not being able to visit her mother:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/10/151246…
 
Welcome to the 2020 International Dublin Literary Award Shortlist podcast, presented as part of International Literature Festival Dublin.In this special podcast series, Caelainn Hogan and Jessica Traynor explore each novel in detail as they chat exclusively to the authors and translators shortlisted for the award, the winner of which will be announ…
 
In conversation with Patrick Honohan, Yves Mersch discusses the role of the ECB's monetary policy measures in mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, in fostering the Recovery of the Euro-area and, looking beyond the crisis, identifies measures to shore up the Euro-area to make it resilient for the future. He provides some reflections on leg…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we spoke to child Psychotherapist, Joanna Fortune, about some of the issues affecting of our listeners. Dublin Talks have teamed up with Supervalu to discuss the issues affecting parents in Dublin right now.This morning we addressed:How to explain to my child that he won't be able to go trick or treating this year?How d…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we spoke to Deborah Costello from 'Friends Of the Elderly' about a cruel robbery which took place in Finglas only a few days ago.Deborah told us about how an elderly man (84) was robbed by heartless thugs while he was trying to help them - they took all of his pension money.This is absolutely shameful.Please be vigilant…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we asked listeners' to tell us what popular household appliances/gadgets they don't have in their homes.Adrian spoke about this friend who has no TV and our Jeremy revealed that he has no dishwasher in his house.We also spoke to callers who have proper bars (yes, pub-like bars!!!) in their homes or out their back garden…
 
This morning on Dublin Talks we found out how Dubliners feel about the flu vaccine for children and if they will be getting their own children vaccinated.The HSE has launched its first flu vaccine campaign aimed directly at children and this year, children aged between two and 12 are being offered the flu vaccine free of charge, but not everyone is…
 
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