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History Ireland magazine has now been in production for over 27 years. The History Ireland Podcast covers a wide variety of topics, from the earliest times to the present day, in an effort to give the listener a sense of the distant past but also to offer a contemporary edge.
 
Jarlath Regan presents An Irishman Abroad, a selection of diverse weekly podcasts featuring the greatest Irish people of all time talking about their lives, politics, health, wellness and everything in between. Along with regular contributors Sonia O’Sullivan (Irishman Running Abroad), Marion McKeone (Irishman In America) and Tom Dunne (Selection Box), these podcasts are renowned for the depth and quality of its long form interviews. Previous guests include Brian O'Driscoll, Sir Bob Geldof, ...
 
Eddie Lenihan is Ireland’s most well known storyteller. He has been telling tales for over 35 years. Each month, Eddie will share Irish wisdom and stories from the past on the Tell Me A Story with Eddie Lenihan podcast. As a cultural preservationist, Eddie has amassed the largest collection of folk stories and tales in Ireland. His dedication to the tradition has seen him collect and compile stories from all across the country, particularly those that deal with the themes of the supernatural ...
 
Welcome to Agent of Wealth Podcast with Marc Bautis from Bautis Financial. In this podcast, Marc helps small business owners and retirees overcome the multiple wealth planning challenges involved in your financial life. We do this by creating comprehensive wealth management plans to guide you towards financial freedom, ensure you never run out of money, and help create a balance in life that prioritizes what is most important to you. Join us for this journey as Marc draws from years of exper ...
 
Born out of the eponymous event series and presented by historian and writer Chris Kissane, Ireland’s Edge – The Podcast hosts and hears from a range of disparate and diverse voices all at the cutting edge of what they do There will be discussions of transhumanism, the Irish language, space exploration, economics, the hidden history of the banjo, Taylor Swift and chaos theory - and almost everything in between! Things look different from the edge Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/pr ...
 
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
 
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Listen to author Colum Kenny in conversation with History Ireland editor, Tommy Graham, as he discusses the story of a remarkable man’s efforts to help starving people during the Irish Great Famine. He reveals their terrible experiences inside and outside one of the national ‘workhouses’ and throws new light on the relationship between class, relig…
 
The beloved DJ Jenny Greene joins Jarlath for a wide-ranging discussion of her journey from a kid too sick to sit her state exams to filling arenas with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. Plagued for years with a chronic cough, Jenny had no choice but to go on a course of aggressive steroids and miss crucial months and years in school. The story of how she…
 
The beloved DJ Jenny Greene joins Jarlath for a wide-ranging discussion of her journey from a kid too sick to sit her state exams to filling arenas with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. Plagued for years with a chronic cough, Jenny had no choice but to go on a course of aggressive steroids and miss crucial months and years in school. The story of how she…
 
This week our US correspondent Marion McKeone takes us inside the emotional Senate Judiciary Committee hearings where gymnasts abused by Larry Nasser detailed the horrendous treatment they suffered at the hands of the FBI. The anger at the Department Of Justice’s failure to attend the hearings, the agents who failed to act on the information they o…
 
This week our US correspondent Marion McKeone takes us inside the emotional Senate Judiciary Committee hearings where gymnasts abused by Larry Nasser detailed the horrendous treatment they suffered at the hands of the FBI. The anger at the Department Of Justice’s failure to attend the hearings, the agents who failed to act on the information they o…
 
October 28, 1991. Wheeling, Illinois. A 911 dispatcher receives an anonymous call from a payphone by a man asking for medical attention for a woman. When paramedics arrive at the address the caller provides, they discover the unconscious body of 27-year old exotic dancer Jamie Santos on her bedroom floor and it turns out she has been suffocated wit…
 
Sonia gives Jarlath the raw and unfiltered truth on what most runners leave out from their running routine and why even the elite athlete rolls the dice not knowing exactly how much damage this can do. Currently travelling to the stadiums she used to dominate, Sonia explains to Jar how different it feels to be the coach this time around. We asked t…
 
Sonia gives Jarlath the raw and unfiltered truth on what most runners leave out from their running routine and why even the elite athlete rolls the dice not knowing exactly how much damage this can do. Currently travelling to the stadiums she used to dominate, Sonia explains to Jar how different it feels to be the coach this time around. We asked t…
 
On this episode, What We Know Now: why did different truths dominate at different times of the Covid-19 pandemic? From hand washing and sanitising to ventilation and vaccination, medical knowledge and public health advice have changed considerably over the course of the last 18 months. Yet even as we have learned more, outdated advice and habits ha…
 
The original fastest man alive John Wesley Shipp (Dawson’s Creek, The Flash) graces us this week with a terrific conversation on his successes and contrary dark periods throughout his various roles from Dawson’s Creek to The Flash to daytime soaps like Guiding Light. John reflects on what could have been with his time on The Flash in 1990 and opens…
 
Actress and writer Jade Jordan sits down with Jarlath to discuss the inspiration behind her stunning new book “Nanny, Ma & Me”. Learning to cope with racism, discrimination and abuse is hard enough but a large portion of the population deny it’s very existence, that is something else entirely. Jade explains how the institutional racism the past thr…
 
Actress and writer Jade Jordan sits down with Jarlath to discuss the inspiration behind her stunning new book “Nanny, Ma & Me”. Learning to cope with racism, discrimination and abuse is hard enough but a large portion of the population deny it’s very existence, that is something else entirely. Jade explains how the institutional racism the past thr…
 
Marion McKeone was right there when the World Trade Centre crumbled and the world became a different place. On the 20th anniversary of this devastating event, she looks back on what she observed on that day. Together with Jarlath she traces the events and decisions that followed. The thirst for revenge and even torture began that night. Marion reca…
 
Marion McKeone was right there when the World Trade Centre crumbled and the world became a different place. On the 20th anniversary of this devastating event, she looks back on what she observed on that day. Together with Jarlath she traces the events and decisions that followed. The thirst for revenge and even torture began that night. Marion reca…
 
According to a March 2021 survey conducted by the American Psychological Foundation, 72% of Americans report feeling stressed about money at least once per month. That stress, if not managed correctly, can trickle down to every aspect of a person’s life. In this episode of The Agent of Wealth Podcast, Marc Bautis is joined by Kelly Moylan, a licens…
 
On 9 September 1921 over fifty IRA prisoners staged a break-out—one of several during the War of Independence—from Rath internment camp in the Curragh, Co. Kildare. To mark its centenary, and to discuss the wider significance of prisons and prisoners in the revolutionary period, join History Ireland editor, Tommy Graham, in discussion with James Du…
 
With remote work becoming more common and cities competing for businesses it’s become easier than ever before for educated Americans to relocate, leaving cities more vulnerable than they’ve ever been. In their new book, Survival of the City: Living and Thriving in an Age of Isolation, economists David Cutler and Ed Glaeser examine the factors that …
 
November 7, 1997. New York City. 54-year old Michael Sullivan and his 36-year old girlfriend, Camden Sylvia, vanish without explanation from their loft in Manhattan and are reported missing six days later. Suspicion falls upon the couple’s landlord, Robert Rodriguez, who was involved in a dispute with them prior to their disappearances and refuses …
 
Is it possible to run without doing yourself harm? Sonia dials in from Belgium for a frank discussion about the pitfalls that scare many off getting involved. We also hear the first hand experiences of our listeners. In harrowing detail one listener gives us an account of a terrifying assault she suffered while running in Dublin. Sonia provides her…
 
Is it possible to run without doing yourself harm? Sonia dials in from Belgium for a frank discussion about the pitfalls that scare many off getting involved. We also hear the first hand experiences of our listeners. In harrowing detail one listener gives us an account of a terrifying assault she suffered while running in Dublin. Sonia provides her…
 
The wildly hilarious and humble Lamorne Morris (New Girl, Woke) joins me to discuss his early childhood growing up in the Southside of Chicago and shares what his entry to acting was like, including being cheated out of six figures by his commercial booking agency. We also talk about his chance opportunity on the hit New Girl, his deep involvement …
 
This week, we have a very special treat for our listeners in which we bring you the Author's Bumper Special. We have delved into the Irishman Abroad archives with over 8 years of interviews with some of Ireland's top writing talents working and living both at home and abroad.From Marian Keyes, Paul Howard and Blindboy to Cecelia Ahern, Roddy Doyle …
 
This week, we have a very special treat for our listeners in which we bring you the Author's Bumper Special. We have delved into the Irishman Abroad archives with over 8 years of interviews with some of Ireland's top writing talents working and living both at home and abroad. From Marian Keyes, Paul Howard and Blindboy to Cecelia Ahern, Roddy Doyle…
 
With Marion McKeone away this week we bring you an extra special bonus comedy Selection Box to start your weekend off with a laugh. You’ll probably know John Hastings from his barnstorming performance on America’s Got Talent but the life he lived prior to that big moment is even more extraordinary and hilarious. John sits down with Jarlath on the e…
 
With Marion McKeone away this week we bring you an extra special bonus comedy Selection Box to start your weekend off with a laugh. You’ll probably know John Hastings from his barnstorming performance on America’s Got Talent but the life he lived prior to that big moment is even more extraordinary and hilarious. John sits down with Jarlath on the e…
 
June 29, 2001. Marysville, Ohio. After completing her shift at the Honda automotive plant, 29-year old Patti Adkins clocks out in order to leave on what she claims is a vacation to Canada with her boyfriend. When Patti fails to return after a week-and-a-half, she is reported missing, but her boyfriend denies this trip took place or that he was even…
 
Good friend of the show Stephen Amell (Arrow, Heels) joins us this week to drop some bombs once again. We not only discuss his brand new show Heels and how he feels about his legacy of being the Arrow, but Stephen also takes time to set the record straight about some recent tabloid stories that have come out about him. We get into Stephen’s current…
 
After a sensational weekend of athletics at home and abroad, Sonia sits down to talk to Jarlath about the latest events and the less talked about guidelines that make the running world go round. Every field of endeavour has its own code of conduct, accepted and understood best practice. Sonia offers her take on the most important ones including tho…
 
After a sensational weekend of athletics at home and abroad, Sonia sits down to talk to Jarlath about the latest events and the less talked about guidelines that make the running world go round. Every field of endeavour has its own code of conduct, accepted and understood best practice. Sonia offers her take on the most important ones including tho…
 
This week, actress and writer Clare Dunne makes a welcomed return to An Irishman Abroad for a very special Selection Box episode. Clare speaks about the much-anticipated release of Herself, how COVID positively impacted upon her IFTA award win, the honour she felt to be named in Variety's Screenwriters to Watch 2020 list and much more. As a treat, …
 
This week, actress and writer Clare Dunne makes a welcomed return to An Irishman Abroad for a very special Selection Box episode. Clare speaks about the much-anticipated release of Herself, how COVID positively impacted upon her IFTA award win, the honour she felt to be named in Variety's Screenwriters to Watch 2020 list and much more. As a treat, …
 
Recorded prior to yesterday’s events at Kabul airport, in this week’s episode Marion McKeone examines the latest twists and turns in the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The former movie mogul is back in court facing 11 sex assault charges involving five women in Los Angeles County after prosecutors returned to a grand jury this week to resuscitate a reje…
 
Recorded prior to yesterday’s events at Kabul airport, in this week’s episode Marion McKeone examines the latest twists and turns in the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The former movie mogul is back in court facing 11 sex assault charges involving five women in Los Angeles County after prosecutors returned to a grand jury this week to resuscitate a reje…
 
To what extent did the military tactics of Thomas Ashe's (5th) Fingal battalion of the Irish Volunteers in 1916 prefigure those of the IRA in the War of Independence, 1919-21? To what extent did the sack of Balbriggan in September 1920 provide the template for subsequent reprisals by Crown force? To discuss the role of Fingal (North County Dublin) …
 
While raw land investing may not sound glamorous, it’s real estate investing with no tenants, no termites and no toilets. In fact: Land has fewer restrictions and codes than houses or buildings. No banks are involved, so reckless lending can’t cause a false value bubble. And, no one can steal it! In this episode of The Agent of Wealth podcast, host…
 
When Zeynep Tufekci penned a New York Times op-ed at the onset of the pandemic challenging the prevailing public health guidance that ordinary people should not wear masks, she thought it was the end of her public writing career. Instead, it helped provoke the CDC to reverse its guidance a few weeks later, and medical professionals privately thanke…
 
March 1, 1976. Bethesda, Maryland. 37-year old Annette Bishop, her 68-year old mother-in-law Lobelia Bishop, and Annette’s three sons – 14-year old Brad, 10-year old Brent and five-year old Geoffrey – are all bludgeoned to death inside their home. The following day, the victims’ burning bodies are discovered in a shallow hole in a remote area of No…
 
The incredibly interesting and kind Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers, Minority Report) joins me this week for his first ever podcast to discuss being blackballed for a period of time for decisions he made for his family and his journey in becoming a Hollywood bad guy for his faith. Neal and I talk about our shared path towards villainry in the majo…
 
It’s the one year anniversary of the Irishman Running Abroad! Sonia dials in from Portland after watching her 2 mile record fall to one of her own athletes at the Pre Fontaine Classic this past weekend. While she fills us in on what it’s like to see the fastest 100 metres since Flo Jo, Jarlath goes to the other end of the spectrum to give us a full…
 
It’s the one year anniversary of the Irishman Running Abroad! Sonia dials in from Portland after watching her 2 mile record fall to one of her own athletes at the Pre Fontaine Classic this past weekend. While she fills us in on what it’s like to see the fastest 100 metres since Flo Jo, Jarlath goes to the other end of the spectrum to give us a full…
 
I have fallen for this podcast you can download it to your phone! This week, we hear the story of The Saw Doctors from the band's inception to where they are today in never before heard detail. It’s the perfect way to celebrate 30 years since the release of their timeless debut album, “If This Is Rock And Roll, I Want My Old Job Back”.Guitarist Leo…
 
I have fallen for this podcast you can download it to your phone! This week, we hear the story of The Saw Doctors from the band's inception to where they are today in never before heard detail. It’s the perfect way to celebrate 30 years since the release of their timeless debut album, “If This Is Rock And Roll, I Want My Old Job Back”. Guitarist Le…
 
The unfolding catastrophe in Afghanistan is the subject of today's podcast with a deep dive from Marion into the beginnings of the war and a discussion of why 70% of Americans are backing Joe Biden's pull-out from the country. Finally, Marion looks at what she believes will happen next in this crisis.To hear every episode in full and to gain access…
 
The unfolding catastrophe in Afghanistan is the subject of today's podcast with a deep dive from Marion into the beginnings of the war and a discussion of why 70% of Americans are backing Joe Biden's pull-out from the country. Finally, Marion looks at what she believes will happen next in this crisis. To hear every episode in full and to gain acces…
 
February 23, 1974. Los Angeles, California. Police are summoned to the home of 41-year old orthopedic surgeon Ted Loseff after his wife, Wilda, claims that he threatened her with a gun. When police search the residence, they find Ted’s body inside his car in the garage and he has seemingly taken his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning. However, …
 
Her kindness and positivity proceeds her; Amanda Kloots (The Talk, Bullets Over Broadway) comes on the podcast this week to discuss how she manages her anxiety and stays positive even after losing a loved one. Amanda talks about her early start of fame with Broadway and how her family viewed her passion for the stage. We discuss her views on relati…
 
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