Northern Ireland สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
Tour Ireland Outdoors is a podcast exploring the enigma and beauty of the Irish outdoors with the insight of those who work outdoors in the Irish Tourism Industry. Sponsored by footfalls.ie with assistance from Discover Ireland & Discover Northern Ireland. https://www.facebook.com/Tour-Ireland-Outdoors-104084938413727 https://www.instagram.com/tourirelandoutdoors https://twitter.com/outdoors_tour
 
We believe Northern Ireland has a better story to tell — one that goes beyond bombs, bullets and a sunken ship. You are part of this story. With 180+ conversations featuring some of the incredible people who call this place home, our weekly show gives you the chance to get away from the clickbait and connect with the amazing things happening on your doorstep. Previous guests include NASA Scientists, Billion-Dollar CEOs, 91-year-old parkrunners, teenaged entrepreneurs, Oscar-winning directors ...
 
Gerard Deane and Paul Gosling host a series of interviews with the objective of promoting a wider, more inclusive and engaged conversation about how we make progress and further solidify peace and create a genuinely shared and integrated society in Northern Ireland. Holywell Trust is curating a discussion that is mutually respectful, forward focused and positive. The podcast considers the real challenges that Northern Ireland's society faces in the coming years and begins to arrive at practi ...
 
'Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-2023' is a project run by Dr Marie Coleman and Dr Dominic Bryan at Queen's University Belfast. The project, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, examines approaches to the upcoming centenary of the partition of Ireland and is one of a number of funded research projects being undertaken at Queen's University Belfast linked to the commemoration of the Irish 'decade of centenaries'. Speakers at 'Commemorating Parti ...
 
This series features recordings of papers from the 2014 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference which took place from August 29-30 2014 in NUI Maynooth. The conference was generously supported by UCD School of History and Archives, UCD Research, Marsh's Library, Graduate Studies at NUI Maynooth, and the Department of History at NUI Maynooth. 28 papers were recorded for podcasting by Real Smart Media. The podcast series is in association with the History Hub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Samuel Davidson (1846 – 1921) was an engineer from Belfast who invented the air conditioning fan, brought tea to Northern Ireland and founded Sirocco Works — a manufacturer of machines that employed over 1000 people. He was also a self-taught musician, photographer and world-traveller in a time when ‘a business trip to India’ meant a 66-day journey…
 
In this episode of Hidden Histories I have released an interview with Terry Watson that I conducted on 25 July 2013 as part of my research for the book Tartan Gangs and Paramilitaries. Sadly Terry died in December 2020 after a long illness. His family kindly gave me permission to use this interview for a podcast episode.In the interview Terry talks…
 
Hello! Today is a bit of an experimental episode where I catch up with Rob Cantle from the Producer's Club to talk through his favourite Best Of Belfast podcast episodes! The idea is simple: what if every quarter or so, we hop on a pod with a listener to swap notes and stories about some episodes from deep within the archive or the show’s recent pa…
 
Holywell Trust’s third series of Forward Together podcasts is now live! As with the previous series, the focus is on how to make progress in Northern Ireland and heal its divided society. In these latest podcasts we consider some of the ideas that emerged from previous interviews – which were edited together into the book, ‘Lessons from the Trouble…
 
Hey friends — bringing something a little different to you today — a slow-cooked conversation with good friend and fellow creative Simon Worthington. We cover a lot of random things in this chat from our Queen's Gambit-inspired chess obsession, skateboarding, writing and early mornings, but the real meat and potatoes of the conversation (starting a…
 
One of the most talked-about moments on the show. Found it on the hard drive the other day and couldn't resist sharing it. Hope it gives you a laugh. Full episode with Emer here: https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/emer-maguire-comedian
 
Sheree Atcheson is a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Expert from Sri Lanka/County Tyrone currently living in London! Listed as one of the UK's Most Influential Women in Tech, Sheree (@nirushika) worked for the likes of Deloitte and Monzo before becoming the Global Director Of Diversity and Inclusion at Peakon. Alongside being a regular contributor at…
 
Ever since she was little, Lydia Hodgins has dreamed of working with food (even though the teachers wanted her to study Latin instead). During the lockdown, this dream became a reality when she and her partner Justin launched Local Box — a digital ‘corner shop’ that delivers high-quality NI food to your door. In this episode we caught up with Lydia…
 
COMING SOON!!!! Tour Ireland Outdoors Podcast Socials: https://www.facebook.com/Tour-Ireland-Outdoors-104084938413727 https://www.instagram.com/tourirelandoutdoors https://twitter.com/outdoors_tourโดย Philip Stacey
 
How do you find a good pub? What should you order in a pub? And what are the top tips when going to a pub? This time we are joined by Garvan Rushe, owner and guide at Dublin Tour Guide which offers private walking tours of Dublin. Their Pub Tour is a firm favourite amongst travellers for the last ten years. For more info on Garvan's tours visit: ww…
 
Ian Richardson has come a long way from cleaning glasses in his parent’s pub. As a Landscape Architect and the founder of multiple start-ups he now spends his days reinventing the way cities work. Being deeply passionate about the environment, he believes entrepreneurship is the solution to global problems like climate change and his current ventur…
 
10-years ago, Terry from Mumbai proposed to Judy from Budapest at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. From there they travelled all over the world, launched a business and moved to Belfast to start a family. But when the pandemic hit — causing Terry to lose his job — the couple were put in a tricky situation… especially since Judy had just had b…
 
When Eva, Josh and Donal signed up to go university, they would have laughed if you told them that a few years later they’d be directors in their own Animation Studio. But when COVID wiped out all of their placement opportunities, they decided to go out and create their own — launching Aura Digital in the process. In today’s episode, hear how three…
 
Murphy & Bailey is a luxury pet boutique on the Belmont Road in East Belfast that launched during lockdown. It’s founded by Jude and Karen — two dog-loving, high-flying corporates who met while walking their dogs Murphy and Bailey at the local park. In today’s episode, hear why they traded established careers for the start-up life, what it was like…
 
Just hopping on to give a quick heads up about an exciting new mini-series we're launching next week in collaboration with Belfast City Council. Also give a quick life update from the mother-in-law's basement...
 
Paul Moore is the Director of Future Screens NI and the Professor of Creative Technologies at Ulster University. He's also a TEDxSpeaker, fellow Ormeau Baths resident, lifelong Deadhead and has even spent a few years riding with the Hells Angels for part of his PhD. In today's episode we talk about: What it was like growing up in the 50s/60s in Bel…
 
Denise spoke to Belinda O'Neill whose poems and positive affirmations, on her Be Inspired to Be pages, have been helping people around the world to cope during the pandemic See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Denise spoke to young entrepreneur Holly Milne, who along with her sister Abbey started ChocberryNI during lockdown, amid her PhD studies. Berry impressive! #IWD2021 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Why do teen girls stop playing sports? Denise speaks to two top sportswomen, Eliza Downey and Danielle McDowell, about inspiring girls at all levels to take part See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Helen Lewis (1916-2009) was a dancer, choreographer and Holocaust Survivor who moved to Belfast after WW2. Growing up in Czechoslovakia, she witnessed attitudes towards her Jewish friends and family change with the rise of Nazis Germany. When the war broke out, she, her husband and her parents were moved to the Jewish ghetto Terezín before being im…
 
Could you have hundreds, perhaps thousands in a bank account you don't know about? Scott Kennerley from the Consumer Council told Frank about Child Trust Funds See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Anna McKeever is an Irish Artist based on the Ormeau Road in Belfast. Predominantly a palette knife painter, she is inspired by both urban and rural Ireland; and her work is a celebration of the spirit and warmth of the Irish landscape and its people. She is also influenced by Celtic Mythology. When she's not painting Anna works as a medical doctor…
 
In the first of an 11-part series, looking at how people across NI are coping with lockdown, we hear from post man Brendan, from Belfast. Station manager Peter McVerry also tells Frank more about the Voice of Hope project See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
DUP leader Arlene Foster says a 'wide coalition' of people oppose the NI Protocol, which 'changes the Good Friday Agreement' and 'adds cost and reduces consumer choice' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Donna Dooher and Kevin Gallagher are second and third generation Northern-Irish-Canadians who first burst onto the hospitality scene by introducing the phenomena of brunch to Toronto through their restaurant Mildred Pierce before publishing the award-winning cookbook Out To Brunch. Driven by her passion for food, Donna went on to star in the popula…
 
Who was Saint Patrick? And why is he so important in Ireland? And how should you experience Saint Patrick in Ireland? This time we are joined by Martina Purdy, former BBC political correspondant, turned nun and now guide at the Saint Patrick Centre as well as the director of the centre, Dr. Tim Campbell. Bonus info: the Irish name "Niamh" (pronounc…
 
Martin Lynch is a playwright from Belfast, Northern Ireland who started out in Community Theatre at Turf Lodge before being appointed Resident Playwright at the Lyric. A 35-year career has seen Martin's work produced in many parts of the world including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Brighton Festival, the USA, Romania, Russia, Canada and Australia…
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login