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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.
 
So just who officially is Ireland's Greatest Non-Sportsperson Sportsperson? Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early and Ciaran Murphy break down the sporting backgrounds of some of the most-interesting people alive. Unimportant? Perhaps. Fun? Absolutely. The critically-acclaimed Second Captains Saturday has featured names like Gabriel Byrne, Sharon Horgan, Lenny Abrahamson, Dorothy Cross, Dara O'Briain, Gabby Logan, Senator George Mitchell and so many more. Some have played sport internationally, others ha ...
 
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 ...
 
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On the podcast the panel discuss the Euros to date.Ronnie Whelan is of the opinion that England should drop striker Harry Kane for their match against the Czech Republic. We hear from Vinny Perth, who has returned to Dundalk as manager the panel give their thoughts.On the Save Tolka Park campaign, both Pat Fenlon and Tony Sheridan share their memor…
 
Ronnie Whelan is of the opinion that England should drop striker Harry Kane for their match against the Czech Republic. We hear from Vinny Perth, who has returned to Dundalk as manager the panel give their thoughts. On the Save Tolka Park campaign, both Pat Fenlon and Tony Sheridan share their memories of playing in Tolka Park.…
 
Ciaran Whelan and Anthony Daly join Mikey Stafford and Rory O’Neill to reflect on the unique Allianz Football and Hurling leagues. As speculation grows that Stephen Cluxton has played his last game for Dublin they reflect on his incredible impact. The two lads also assess whether the GAA and its players are doing enough to promote the games.…
 
Damien O'Meara and James O'Toole are joined by Danish journalist Troel BagerThogersen, to talk about Christian Eriksen's collapse and the events that unfolded on Saturday evening in Copenhagen. Lukas Vrabilk discusses Slovakia's chances, while we have plenty on the SSE Airtricity League, which returned from its summer break.…
 
Mikey Stafford is joined by Henry Shefflin, Dessie Dolan and Malachy Clerkin. Henry weighs in on the recent criticism of hurling - saying the lack of regulation of sliotars and hurls is an issue. Dessie previews a massive weekend in the Allianz Football League, with almost every team fighting for relegation or promotion.…
 
Eamonn Fitzmaurice, Derek McGrath and Damian Lawlor join Mikey and Rory on this week's show. After Naomi Osaka's stance on press conferences at the French Open, Eamonn discusses his own dealings with the media. Derek has hope for Wexford after Sunday's heavy defeat to Kilkenny, as everyone raves about Cats supremo TJ Reid.…
 
Tomas Ó Sé and Oisín McConville join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to discuss the Covid mess between Wexford and Clare, the return of fans in the North and the weekend's games. The two lads also mourn for the lost art of defending, as new rules highlight the skills that have been lost after a decade or more of blanket defences.…
 
The world has become a hairier place since we first heard those ominous words, "Covid-19". The lockdown on barbers, hairdressers and beauticians has led to a flourishing of beards, hair and body fur around the globe. Many people are working from home, allowing a degree of freedom from conventional norms around appearance and personal grooming.…
 
Paul Corry, James O'Toole and Dominic McGuinness join Adrian Eames to reflect on Sligo Rovers going top of the league, Shamrock Rovers suffering back-to-back defeats and Dundalk plunging further into crisis. We also reflect on the Irish Under-21 squad and look ahead to European finals for both involving Manchester clubs this week…
 
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