A weekly look at the Manx political scene in which Phil Gawne talks to the politicians who are raising the issues and asking the questions in Tynwald and the House of Keys, ex-politicians about their time in power and exploring the wider world of politics and the workings of Government.
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Bob Carswell delivers a weekly programme of great Manx Gaelic broadcasting and entertainment.
Howard Caine presents a journey through the vibrant arts and creative scene on the Isle of Man.
Phil Gawne takes an in-depth look at a variety of aspects of life on the Isle of Man and further afield. Sometimes political, occasionally controversial, but always an appointment to listen.
Podcasts of the regular Isle of Man Government Press Conferences regarding the Coronavirus and measure being taken on the Isle of Man.
A series of different radio dramas and productions produced for Manx Radio.
Christy DeHaven and Howard Caine host life hacks & soundbites, live guests, lifestyle tips, family favourites, a scoop of skeet & a generous helping of community spirit.
During the Coronavirus crisis, William King has decided to use the time indoors to good effect and teach himself the guitar from scratch. Check out his diary of how he's getting on and maybe join in with him. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
The centre of our Island community, Beth and Christy tour our Village Halls to uncover their history and the characters involved with them.
Aaron Ibanez uncovers the treasure hidden beneath our feet and the characters who search to find it.
William King investigates youth engagement in Manx Politics. Winner of the "Best Factual Programme" award at the 2019 Young ARIAS.
Hosted by Andy Wint, Manx Radio's daily audience interaction programme. Exploring national Isle of Man issues, with audience questions and opinions.
A series of programmes focussing on aspects of Island life on the Isle of Man covering a wide range of topics.
A weekly look ahead to a weekend of Isle of Man sport with pundits and sports people from across the island with Friday Sport and Saturday Sport
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Judith Ley hosts the weekly programme featuring inspiring stories, interesting interviews, great music & moments for quiet reflection from around the Isle of Man's Christian community.
Two-day teachers strike starts tomorrow, two ex-MHKs get £68k payout, Ballasalla firm's genetic disorder cure, new Jurby housing estate & seven new fire service vehicles arrive. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
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The saying goes, “there’s lies, dang lies and statistics” but Agenda this week is speaking to three people who beg to differ. Treasury Minister Alex Allinson and Jonny Platten, Head of Economic Advisory, tell us about the new Isle of Man Government dashboard and why it's important. Also, Kelvin Corlett head of Statistics Isle of Man explains how st…
At the December sitting of Tynwald Enterprise Minister Lawrie Hooper will be looking for support for a new multi-million pound Island Infrastructure Scheme, which is designed to stimulate and accelerate the development of privately owned and unoccupied brownfield sites. Ministerial promises relating to brownfield sites have come and gone almost as …
This is the first Sunday of Advent - four weeks to prepare ourselves for the great celebration of Christmas. A chance to reach beyond the vague outline of the Christmas story, and ask ourselves 'What is really happening here?" If we don't think carefully about our answer to that question, then we risk missing the greatest love-gift of all - which i…
We recently heard of a visit to the Island in 1795. The previous year, a book was published of a tour of the Island made in 1791 by David Robertson, who had previously been based in Douglas as a customs officer. We look at the opening chapter of his book. In our extract from the Manx Gaelic translation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Professor Abraham Va…
Your chance to get involved in a Big Sing, Annie Kissack celebrates her poetry in "Mona Sings" and Rushen Silver Band gets ready to sparkle this Christmas!Bởi Manx Radio
Striking NASUWT teachers picket line, mould in public sector housing, GP practices closure on 8th Dec, wealth-fare state & the Blue Light Hub. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
£68k for ex-MHKs, £10m for brownfield sites, new Laxey post office, dead bats, litter sanctions, Dark Douglas, the swimming pool report & teddy bear repair. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Teachers' 8-11.9% pay rise, £10m brownfield site scheme, bulk gas price down 50%, keep away from cliffs, your new economic dashboard & how to save money on meat. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Airport closed yesterday, teachers' strike this week, Ramsey's satellite pool, Southern pool woes, brown field site cash offer & Douglas sunken gardens. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
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In tonight's programme - a crucial bottom of the table tie in the Canada Life Men's Premier League is among the fixtures across Manx football this weekend; FC Isle of Man will be hoping to turn around a recent run of poor results when they host Charnock Richard at The Bowl; In hockey, two titles are still up for grabs in what is expected to be a dr…
Nobles short of consultants, Hospice new Chief Exec, sunken gardens latest, World Cup domestic abuse, COVID booster for pregnant women & Ravens look to turn the tide. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Olympic pool snubbed, Southern Pool struggles, GP appointments, teachers' strike, Douglas Prom's big rocks & our Eurovision Song Contest opportunity. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Heathrow flights in the balance, only wild birds getting bird 'flu, Peel's East Quay regeneration, new TT film, 20 mph residential limit & Manx Gaelic in the Big Apple. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Peel East Quay regeneration, Pay As You Go phone claw back, Douglas Prom big rocks, vehicle test centre queue, & Trolleyology . It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Stay home during strikes say schools, Laxey flour can't be exported, watch out for rogue traders, King William's College's opera star in the making & how independent traders plan to survive. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
The final episode of our ManxMade produce-celebrating series by Michelle James, supported by iomfoodanddrink.com. This week, we take a look at how a hand-harvested salt business developed during lockdown.Bởi Manx Radio
Tree disease, the meat plant, Laxey Mill, wind turbines, the sawmill etc. - calls and questions for DEFA Minister Clare Barber MHK & Chief Exec Ste Stanley. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Isle of Man Meat Plant latest, no TT footbridge, teachers strike next week, interest free loans here, Love IoM card is back & airline pilot gets £70k after dispute. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Big rocks on Douglas promenade and beach, spotty spark plugs, future of heritage rail, Loganair disability policy, East Quay meeting tonight & that Rutger Hauer film in Peel. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Phil Gawne challenges Courtenay Heading on his views and opinions surrounding vaccination and Covid.Bởi Manx Radio
Only 29 foster families here - more needed, rock bottom morale on buses and trains, organ donation opt-out, hate speech law on the way & UK tax rises may be good for IOM. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Only 29 foster families here - more needed, rock bottom morale on buses, and trains, organ donation opt-out, hate speech law on the way & UK tax rises may be good for IOM. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Police, Fire & Rescue, drugs and crime - Jane Poole-Wilson MHK (Minister) and Sam McCauley (Deputy CEO) from Home Affairs take calls and answer questions. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Tucked away in the December Tynwald business is an apparently modest and unassuming item which seeks to allow far greater access to the Isle of Man’s beneficial ownership register, and yet this is a significant step in removing the secrecy jurisdiction label through which the Isle of Man’s international reputation has been attached for several deca…
The Clerk of Tynwald’s Office is calling for interested parties to apply for a new role - the Tynwald Auditor General. The estimated budget for the appointment and their associated office is around £400,000 so how can this be justified at a time of financial constraint. Speaker of the House of Keys Juan Watterson has long been an advocate for intro…
Thomas the Tank Engine was inspired by our Manx railways, but is Thomas about to lose his friends? The Fat Controller DoI Minister, Chris Thomas, and naughty trucks Daphne Caine and Charles Guard consider a possible move to allow a charitable body to run the heritage railways as well as discussing the “will they won’t they” question on reinstating …
Manx-born Ruth Rice founded the charity Renew Wellbeing following the breakdown of her own mental health, some 12 years ago. Renew Wellbeing helps churches to create safe spaces where basically it's OK to not be OK - all are welcome, no one is judged or labelled - but everyone is gently encouraged to find their own pathway to mental and emotional h…
We hear from Sara Goodwins and George Hobbs of Loaghtan Books about their most recent publication, 'Ramsey, Past and Present', based round images from Ray Stanfield's extensive collection. In Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' in our translation into the Manx Gaelic, Dr John Seward reports on his brief examination of Lucy Westenra to her worried fiance, Arthu…
Your latest round-up of the weekend's football, rugby and hockey results on the Isle of Man (Saturday, 19 November)Bởi Manx Radio
In tonight's programme - a tasty top-of-the-table clash in Division Two is among the pick of the ties in the latest Manx football fixtures; FC Isle of Man are hoping to bounce back from FA Vase heartache when they face Winsford United; In rugby, Vagabonds Ladies are back on home soil whilst Ramsey men face a tough Cheshire Bowl test away from home;…
Minister speaks on displaced GP patients, Lib Van on living wage, children's speech therapy shortfall, Syd Quirk half-marathon & Peel Charity Shop hits £2 million. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Foxdale and St. Johns search for a GP, Peel East Quay scheme and meeting, Nobles Hospital parking , Kirk Michael and Laxey postal services & the elusive swimming pool report. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Sacking referred to Tynwald Committee, Faragher and Haywood speak out, rolling alcohol licence, World Prematurity Day & "find another doctor". It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Paying for parking at Nobles Hospital, Wright's Pit North latest, Rob Callister sacking, Peel public meeting & Crogga gas drilling. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
The second of our ManxMade produce-celebrating series by Michelle James, supported by iomfoodanddrink.com. This week, we take a look at what it takes to run a successful and sustainable craft distillery.Bởi Manx Radio
Killing not preventable, Chief Minister's economic plan, our footpaths need maintenance, milk price going up, watch out for hypodermics & the fastest blind man on the planet. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Chief Minister on our prosperous future, 2023 railways season, overhanging hedges, bring back car sharing, ban plastic bottles & Manx milk up in price. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Callister Sacking to go to Tynwald Standards, Port Erin by-election, meat plant concerns "for years", MHK only doing his job, IOM Directors' awards & new Green Scheme launched. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Tynwald carry-ons, horse trams, TT scoreboard, neighbourhood police meetings, Ramsey's new development, COVID-19 review cost, warm spaces & children's funerals. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Electricity price pegged until April, Tynwald question on Meat Plant, new domestic abuse legislation, unemployment down again, making Manx sporting stars & Lewis gets his 'flu jab. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Tim Glover MHK's urgent question, cheap funeral scam, gas and electricity price connection, Middlemarch development & the dead geese at The Point of Ayre. It's Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioBởi Manx Radio
Stu Peters MHK joins us this week to talk about his new roles in highways and the post office, but we also discuss Rob Callister’s shock sacking announced on 10th November, and have look at the November Tynwald Order Paper. Stu certainly appears to be warming to his new role but has he become part of the club, or is it possible to effectively chall…
For energy security & economic reasons, as well as climate commitments, there is a growing expectation of a relatively rapid transition away from traditional forms of power on the Isle of Man. Last week the Isle of Man’s Energy & Sustainability Centre (ESC) brought together practitioners from Denmark, Faroes and other islands who have developed str…
In this special documentary for Remembrance Sunday, John Moss looks at war and conflict around the world, and brings you reflections on the pity of war.Bởi Manx Radio
On this day of Remembrance, we use words and music for a time of reflection on the high price that others paid during two World Wars, for the freedom we enjoy today. And - in conversation with Very Rev'd John Mann - we consider that we can learn from more recent conflicts. John (who is married to Manx-born Helen and now lives in retirement in Laxey…
Samuel William Ryley's family surname was Romney, but he adopted Ryley as a stage name and nom de plume some time between his 1795 visit to the Island and publication of his memoir in 1808. We've been looking at just a few pages from Volume 3 of his nine volume memoir. In our Manx translation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, we hear of Dr John Seward's ex…
Meat Plant is 'fundamental' to IOM, £250k cannabis pair gaoled, Christmas shoebox appeal, Tynwald urgent question on COMIN changes & the purple poppy's meaning. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBởi Manx Radio