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Tickets: https://www.whelanslive.com/event/shite-talk/ In December 2018 we sat in what was then Bourke's, suppin' on stout and talking shite about what sort of a podcast we could start together. At some pint, in between some pint, we decided to have a go at doing some thing or other about Irish History through comedy. The same night, in the same pu…
 
Kevin tells Jason a story about a scientist who stumbles upon a very odd little island at the edge of Europe with a distrust trust of the police, a disassociation which the politicians, an interesting relationship with the church, and so sexually repressed that people write books on it. And beside that is Inisheer. Sorry, Baile Beag...or Inis Beag.…
 
This week we talked about the doctor of death from Antrim, John Bodkin Adams, with our wonderful guest from the Crimeland podcast, Julie Jay! Follow Julie - https://www.juliejaycomedy.com/ Podcast links - https://linktr.ee/shitetalkhistoryโดย Shite Talk History
 
Two short stories about Irish lads who ended up in far fetched, far off places. If you like the first two stories we had a third one about an Irish chap in Fiji with 48 kids on the Patroen! Tickets to our gig in Belfast with Darren Matthews on November 24th in the Sunflower: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/shite-talk-an-irish-history-live-in-the-sunflo…
 
This week we were joined by Stephen Mullan when we talked about the great Admiral William "Guillermo" Brown, a Mayo man done good in Argentina. You should go follow Stephen on social media @thestephenmullan, then while you're there follow the podcast @shitetalkhistory and while you're at THAT, come see us live in Belfast: https://www.eventbrite.ie/…
 
This week Kevin brings Jason a scary story for the festive season that's in it. Dublin's very own Al Gore. We'll have our Halloween/Banshee episode from our live gig in Cork up later today on the Patreon too! Find that over here: https://www.patreon.com/shitetalkhistory And if you're looking for tickets to our Belfast show on Novemeber 24th, you ca…
 
Somehow we didn't think to do this episode during that whole pandemic thing, so we're timely as usual. But anyway, it's never too late, so here's an episode about ol' Mary Mallon, the superest of spreaders. We have a live Halloween Special recording in Cork on Thursday October 27th in Couglans, get your tickets here - https://www.coughlans.ie/whats…
 
For this episode Kevin told Jason all about the Dundalk's fastest man you've never heard of, Tommy Byrne. We have a live gig coming up in Cork for Halloween, you can buy tickets here - https://www.coughlans.ie/whats-on/comedy-cavern-shite-talk-live-podcast-11146296โดย Shite Talk History
 
Welcome back to Shite Talk: An Irish History Podcast! Sorry for the summer break! To kick off Season 9 we have a tale about two Irishmen murdering a bunch of Scots, and a few Irish for good measure, in Edinburgh back in the 1800s. No better man to join us and explain everything we got wrong than Edinburgh comedian Ben Verth! Ben wrote the book on B…
 
Here's the opening bit of a recent episode we did on Patreon about Tipp's finest TD, Mattie McGrath. If you want to hear the rest of this episode, and all the other stuff we've been doing on Patreon, you can get it all for a fiver by signing up here!โดย Shite Talk History
 
100 years ago today, on the 27th of July 1922, Frank Aiken (the future Tánaiste of Ireland) orchestrated the biggest jailbreak in Irish history when his battalion blew a hole in the side of the Dundalk Gaol. We got to record an episode about the jail break live from inside the Gaol (which is now the Oriel Centre) back in May and we're realising the…
 
For the last episode of the season we jumped on the Stranger Things bandwagon and talked about Dublin's Hellfire Club. Thanks for listening to our shite for another season and we'll see ye all in September! But if you miss our voices you can follow the patreon here, you can follow us on instagram here and you can find out about our comedy club here…
 
We went to Amsterdam on holiday and met up with one of our favourite Irish internet personalities, Cork comedian Ronan Brosnan, AKA Shite Guides, AKA The Delivery Boy, AKA a very sound lad altogether. We discussed Amsterdam, Cork, the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer, and the exciting thefts of the boring paintings of Johannes Vermeer by the Ra…
 
This is the recording from our live 100th episode / 3rd birthday show we did last month, thanks a million to everyone who came out for it, and a special thanks to our wonderful guest on the night, Donal Fallon! You can hear more of Donal's work on his own (much more successful) podcast, Three Castles Burning, and if you want to hear more of US you …
 
This week we had Andrew Dorman on to tell us about the 18th century Irish army and the time the French invaded. Andrew's a fine man (and soon to be historical doctor) so go check out his comedy shows!โดย Shite Talk History
 
This week we had Damo Clarke on to talk with us about a Monaghan man who made it big in Tasmania back in the 1800s. Damo is one of the resident MCs of the Craic Den Comedy Club in Dublin which you should all check out if you're in town, but even if you're not, you can pretend you are by listening to their podcast here. And if you like listening to …
 
This week we had Shane Clifford on to talk about Ireland's favourite saint, the man who found America (100% confirmed), and Kerry's finest son, St. Brendan the Navigator. Shane is a great man all together, you can find more of his stuff on IG here, on twitter here and on his own podcast here We also talked for far too long and ended up putting all …
 
We had Fiona Frawley on with us this week to talk to us about the teenage mecca of Dublin's early 2000s nightlife, Wezz Nightclub. You can (and should) follow Fiona on IG here And you can get tickets to our last live show of the year here: James Joyce in the Wild Duck with Donal Fallon of 3 Castles Burning…
 
For this week's episode we're talking about the famous Corkconian lawman, John Philpot Curran. It's an episode we recorded a few weeks ago with Roger O'Sullivan and we're releasing it now because himself and Denis Len have just released the first episode of their new podcast, Unexplained Legends! So if you enjoy this show definitely go check them o…
 
This week Kevin told Jason, and our guest Darren Matthews, all about the life and times of Edward Carson, the father of Ulster Unionism. We've got two shows left in Ireland for 2022 so you should come see us in either: Dundalk - Dundalk Gaol for a retelling of the 1922 Jail Break Dublin - Wild Duck with Donal Fallon of 3 Castles Burning Also, go ch…
 
We were delighted to get the opportunity to record this episode about the 1913 lockout, live inside the historic Emmet Hall of Inchicore. The building was once owned by James Larkin and home to one of the striker leaders, and later one of the men executed for 1916, Michael Mallin. If you want to hear more of ourselves and Donal Fallon you can come …
 
Hello! For the first episode of Season 8 we had Des Bishop on to talk about the original Fenian bad boy (slash possible father of modern terrorism) Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa! We've got three shows left in Ireland for 2022 so you should come see us in: Carlow - Scragg's Alley with Shannon Basso Gaule Dundalk - Dundalk Gaol for a retelling of the 1922…
 
We were joined by Mob Theatre's Stephen Bradley and John Spillane to talk about the life and times of the great Danno O'Mahony, Ireland's first ever Pro Wrestling Champ! For tickets to our 3-Year-Birthday/100th Episode Special with Donal Fallon click on over to here, and for all our other gigs in Mullingar, Carlow, and Dundalk head this way.…
 
For the last proper episode of season 7 Kevin told Jason all about the exploits of Horace de Vere Cole, the master prankster of Cork. We had a class time last night doing our live show in Cork (the audio will be up on the patreon soon) but if you're reading this today, Saturday the 5th of March, come see us both do stand up in the CoCo Comedy Club …
 
We decided to release the second ever episode of our Film Club for free this week to give you all a taste of what's behind that sweet, sweet Patreon paywall. Joining us for this episode is Entertainment.ie's Movie Editor, Brian Lloyd (@BrianMLloyd) as we head back to 1981 for John Boorman's 'Excalibur' as we try to figure out what the hell was goin…
 
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