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Second Captains Saturday welcomes interviewees from different walks of life to explain how sport has impacted them, for good and bad. We'll hear of touching, funny and embarrassing sporting experiences before the show's main feature 'This Sporting Life' bestows that most prestigious of titles - The Greatest Non-Sportsperson Sportsperson. With the multi-award winning three person presenting team from the hugely popular Second Captains Podcast, it's the perfect mix of culture, sport and music.
 
Rachel Yoder is an Irish writer based in New York. Her best friend is Irish based writer Stefanie Preissner, but that physical separation of 3000 miles has not damaged their friendship – they speak numerous times every single day. Recognising this feat they decided to explore the concept of friendship and what it means. So in this series they look at relationships that we were born into, forced into, fell into and chose. These are Situationships.
 
Sa tsraith seo, pléann cuid de staraithe ár linne imeachtaí cinniúnacha i stair na hÉireann, agus an t-athrú a d'fhéadfadh a bheith ar an tír murach gur tharla siad. Some of Ireland's finest historians examine key historical events that shaped Ireland as we know it today, and discuss what the impact on our history and our country might be had they not happened.
 
HERSTORY Ireland’s Epic Women shines a light on Irish women throughout the ages who have shaped business, the arts, science, power and revolution. This weekly podcast runs alongside the 6 part TV series HERSTORY Ireland's Epic Women on RTÉ One and RTÉ Player in Spring 2020. HERSTORY Ireland's Epic Women is brought to you by Underground Films, EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum, Herstory Ireland and RTÉ, mixed and produced by Cassie at Tall Tales, and presented by Dr Angela Byrne. Herstory Scor ...
 
Voices - the telling of personal stories. Every episode, a different story. From award-winning producer Evelyn McClafferty, Voices brings personal insight to the human stories behind the news headlines. Series two tells the stories of people who have personal experiences of war, violence and political oppression; those who have lived through the conflict, or who have experienced its impact.Series one of Voices was awarded Best Radio Current Affairs Documentary at the Association for Internat ...
 
The official weekly podcast gives fans of Dancing with the Stars Ireland even more reasons to follow the journey of their favourite celebrities and their professional partners through the competition to see who will lift the glitter ball trophy. James Patrice will be behind-the-scenes each week with the latest gossip from the training room to the dance floor. New podcast episodes every Monday, and watch the show on RTÉ One every Sunday at 6.30pm.
 
The Ties That Bind is a four-part series on RTÉ Radio 1. The series, which paints a portrait of rural Ireland today, is produced and presented by award-winning reporter Brian O'Connell, who is, himself, Co. Clare born and bred. The Ties That Bind looks at community life in Ireland today, guided by the intriguing work of two Harvard anthropologists who studied the people of Clare in the 1930s.
 
Hi Guy's . My name is Colin And Been Doing Radio From Pirate To Mix Shows For The last 30 Years .. Now And i Would like To Share My Latest production with you .. Its called Funk It Up International . A very SeXy Live Style House Show broadcasting on 45 FM - Online - Digital Stations worldwide and also catch my Radio Show On FM Stations In the Popular Holiday resort's In Spain - Italy And Greece Every week .. This is a very Sexy Funky Live Style Show, Fully Produced With a lot Of Very Nice & ...
 
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Ahead of the final test in Cape Town, Hugh Cahill asks Donal Lenihan and Bernard Jackman what the British and Irish Lions need to do to beat South Africa. Stop trying to play like the Springboks, was the main solution offered, along with some suggestions around selection (primarily Duhan van der Merwe) and the need for more stability in personnel.…
 
On this week's edition, Adrian Eames and James O'Toole are joined by Paul Corry, Graham Cummins and Glen McAuley where Dawson Devoy’s future is discussed and there are European previews. Glen McAuley talks about THAT goal on Friday night and his time in Liverpool, while Pat Costello has a feature on the newly formed Treaty United.…
 
Hugh Cahill, Donal Lenihan and Bernard Jackman are back and raring to preview the first Test between South Africa and the British and Irish Lions. Donal fills us in on his journey to Cape Town, while the lads assess the team selected by Warren Gatland and ask if he is taking a chance. Plus Rassie Erasmus, the water-free waterboy.…
 
Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Michael Foley of The Sunday Times, Pat Spillane and Brendan Cummins to preview the weekend's matches. In football Spillane can't see how Cork can beat Kerry, while in hurling Cummins believes Cork's dire need for a result should be enough to see them past Clare.…
 
Ahead of the championship weekend, Damian Lawlor is joined by former Hurler Of The Year, the eight-time All-Ireland winner Eoin Larkin. Offaly footballer Niall McNamee reflects on his longevity and the health of the Leinster Championship, while Shane Dowling and Keith Higgins break down some of the tactical aspects of the weekend's games.…
 
Stephen Elliott, Mark Rossiter and Guy Swindells join us this week. They discuss the Euro 2020 final between Italy v England and question Gareth Southgate's tactics and penalty takers. Mark looks through the League of Ireland teams in European action and also the war of words between Dundalk's Vinny Perth and Derry's Ruaidhri Higgins…
 
On a bumper episode, Mikey Stafford and Rory O’Neill are joined by Oisín McConville, Cora Staunton, Derek McGrath and former inter-county referee Barry Kelly. In football, Oisín and Cora weigh-in on Stephen Cluxton’s 'stepping away’. In hurling, Derek and Barry reflect on that sin-binning in the Gaelic Grounds.…
 
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