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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.
 
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.
 
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Welcome to Sport Inspires, a podcast recorded with the Mary Peters Trust and made possible by the Coca-cola Thank You Fund. Today’s episode is with Northern Ireland Women’s Football Captain Marissa Callaghan, who led the team to their first-ever major tournament qualifier last year in a historic match against Ukraine. The conversation you’re about …
 
Win a staycation - @U105radio is proud to partner with the NI Travel & Tourism Awards 2021 - cast your vote to have a chance of winning - Jonathan Adair tells Frank more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Joe Magowan is an Irish Whiskey Expert from Belfast who spends his days educating people all over the world about "the water of life." In this episode we talk about: Growing up working in The Vineyard How he became Brand Ambassador for Powers The history of Irish Whiskey What "the angel share" is And his most significant memories throughout his lif…
 
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…
 
Why are spmany schools deciding not to follow public health guidance on self isolation? Frank spoke to Dr Graham Gault, President of the NAHT and the UTU's deputy secretary Jacquie White talk to Frank about the difficulties of administering track and trace See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
[Please note that some of the financial figures have been censored from this episode] This time last year, Ciaran Gillen was working on a laptop in Ormeau Baths trying to get his new start-up "tinder-for-tractors" off the ground. Today, Machinery Partner is an industry-changing business that's raised a record-breaking $4.5 million of investment. It…
 
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…
 
On EP044 we're on tour with a slightly different format. We're at OSNS show in Longford to sit down with organiser Niall Gerety and find out what goes into the show, his drifting career and building the world's first MK5 Jetta coupe.We also sit down with Nick Berry of Open Air Imports to chat about importing cars from all around the world, the rule…
 
Would you give a second thought to wearing second hand? Lord Mayor @KateNicholl is encouraging us to embrace pre-loved clothing - 'it helps charities and the environment and slows the cycle of fast fashion' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Michael McKillop is a four-time Paralympic Gold-Medalist who currently holds the world record for the 800m and 1500m races. In today’s episode, Matthew Thompson and Lady Mary Peters talk with Michael about: What it was like being coached by his father at a young age His current journey to the Tokyo 2020 Games And how he’s dealt with cerebral palsy …
 
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) …
 
Neville Isdell is the former global CEO and Chairman of The Coca-Cola Company. Originally born in Downpatrick, Neville has lived and worked in over 11 countries around the world, “taking on jobs nobody else wanted to take” and “cleaning up messes no one else wanted to own.” He spent his life battling Pepsi, leading through empathy and rising up the…
 
On EP043 we're daily driving 80s cars, bringing back old models of cars and catching up with you guys after weeks of questions piling up. We're also talking bare metal Lambos, awesome show locations and how the new generation say goodbye.Enjoy!โดย VEEDUBBOY
 
Nick Patterson is a freelance photographer based in Ormeau Baths. Over the course of his career, he's shot celebrities, worked with some of the biggest businesses on the planet and seen an entire industry transform. (From developing photos in lightrooms, to handling the first digital camera in Northern Ireland, to taking the world's first 8K portra…
 
Boris Johnson, Theresa May and David Cameron must accept part of the responsibility for the continuing “gridlock” of politics in Northern Ireland, through their failure to engage in the political process here, argues former Labour secretary of state Peter Hain. He also allocates blame to Conservative secretaries of state, with the exception of Juli…
 
According to British Prime Minister David Lloyd George Irish nationalists were ‘natural propagandists’. How accurate was this description? How did they breach what Arthur Griffith called the ‘paper wall’ of British news coverage? How important was the new medium of film? And what was the role of women as both the disseminators and objects of propag…
 
Tony McGaharan is a People Development Expert who has experience working with some of the biggest businesses on the planet. (While also being a fully qualified Coach — both on and off the basketball court). Last year — at the height of the pandemic — he founded People Playbook, a learning consultancy focused on wellbeing that helps organisations ac…
 
Political legacy of distrust cannot be wished away, says Donaldson The distrust between Northern Ireland’s political parties remains a legacy of the conflict and cannot be wished away or ignored, says DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson. He adds that the events of the Bobby Storey funeral and commemorations of dead members of the Provisional IRA mean that…
 
Author Bryan MacMahon in conversation with Tommy Graham (editor, History Ireland) In West Kerry between 1825-45, the work of Protestant evangelicals was widely hailed as a model of a successful missionary campaign; however, it evoked a furious response from Catholic priests. The war of words between clergymen of both persuasions was fomented by riv…
 
On EP042 we take you behind the scenes of the GTINI x Monster Energy Gymkhana GRiD qualifiers event.We talking to event organisers, local drivers and Monster Energy Athlete Luke Woodham about how he went from drifting on the streets to becoming four time Gymkhana Grid champion in his LS powered S14.Enjoy!…
 
Napoleon is an independent speciality coffee shop in Ormeau Baths that opened in August 2020 at the height of the pandemic. Since then it has become a leading cafe in Northern Ireland’s burgeoning speciality scene with their “front-and-centre” approach to coffee attracting a loyal team of regulars from across the nation. Founded by superstar Barist…
 
Carrot or stick? How can health officials persuade young people to get the Covid vaccine? Organisers at Feile an Phobail have a 'Vaccines for Tickets' initiative - Frank spoke to director Kevin Gamble See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Legacy is being discussed at length at present, following the British government’s proposals to abandon prosecutions and investigations into Troubles’ events. But there is another toxic legacy – the impact of past events on current political relationships. That aspect of legacy is discussed with Sinn Féin Vice President and Deputy First Minister Mi…
 
Adrian Balfour is the founder of Envorso, a US consulting firm based in Seattle that has worked with the likes of Ford and Microsoft. He’s also an organic sheep farmer, Angel Investor, co-founder of the Major League Rugby and founder of the Seattle Seawolves, a US rugby team coached by Allen Clarke and Rory Best. Previously he created Pcubed, a pro…
 
Truth and honesty must be at the heart of how we deal with the legacy of the past and in how politicians in Northern Ireland govern today, says Colum Eastwood, leader of the SDLP and MP for the Foyle constituency. He was speaking in the latest Holywell Trust Forward Together podcast and is the third political leader to be interviewed in the series,…
 
Kilkenny was described by Ernie O’Malley as ‘slack’ during the War of Independence. Was this really the case? Kilkenny has a notable revolutionary history—as crucible of the Tithe War (1830s), birthplace of one the founders of the IRB, James Stephens (1858), and a rebel turnout, albeit small (1916). Also, the attack and capture of Hugginstowm RIC b…
 
On EP041 we sit down with Gavin Black of Blackline Performance to talk about how he built up the business from working on a driveway to having a 5100 sq ft shop.We're also talking about his odd car history, what it took to bag his VW Crafter and getting hooked after doing a track day in his 300hp T6 VW Transporter.Enjoy…
 
Welcome to Sport Inspires, a podcast recorded with the Mary Peters Trust and made possible by the Coca-cola Thank you Fund. Today’s episode is with legendary two-weight world champion boxer Carl Frampton who’s recently retired from the sport just a few months ago. Along the way Thomas Kane and Gold Medalist Lady Mary Peters ask Carl about : How ret…
 
If we are to make progress in Northern Ireland’s society, we need to reflect carefully on our core values and ensure that these are reflected in the way government works. This is the message put forward by Naomi Long – leader of the Alliance Party and justice minister – in the second of the Holywell Trust’s Forward Together podcast interviews of No…
 
Nico van der Horst is the founder of Pride & Pinion: Ireland’s only dedicated luxury watch boutique. Over the last four years, Nico and the team have sourced and sold countless luxury watches for celebrities, collectors, investors and everyday people alike. During lockdown, he and the team started posting videos under the name Nico Leonard — which …
 
A century ago, at noon on 11 July 1921, a truce came into effect in the Anglo-Irish war between the IRA and Crown forces. Why did it happen then—and why had peace feelers in late 1920 failed? What motivated each side to sue for peace? What were their expectations? To address these and other questions tune in to History Ireland editor, Tommy Graham,…
 
The third series of Holywell Trust’s Forward Together podcasts has heard from experts in a range of areas – including the economy, skills, education, young people’s experience, housing - and also considered best practice elsewhere. As it moves towards a close, it puts the arguments for major change in the governance of Northern Ireland to our polit…
 
Hiya folks. Got another experimental episode for you today — a new segment called 'Three Beers, Three Books' where we bring back two previous guests to chat about their favourite books while trying out a few local beers. To get the ball rolling we asked back James Leckey from Leckey Design and Greg Bradley from BLK BOX. Throw in a few Heaney Craft …
 
They make our lives easier, but a new Which report has found that smart devices could be leaving us vulnerable to cyber attack. Frank spoke to top cyber security expert Wayne Denner about how we can improve our security See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Northern Ireland’s economy has a number of weaknesses. At the heart of these is the shortage of skills – higher levels of skills moves an economy up the value chain, leading to improved productivity and greater wealth. Too many of NI’s school leavers have lower levels of qualifications and skills than are needed for the modern economy. This reduces…
 
Mícheál O'Rourke is a Psychotherapist from Newry who moved out to Canada with his partner Leah in 2014. He currently works for the University Health Network in Toronto, serving on the leadership team for their mental health programs. In his free time he’s also heavily involved in the Irish Canadian Immigration Centre. In today’s episode we cover: W…
 
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