All posts tagged "Podcasts"
Michael Loftus: The ‘advisor’ keeping an eye on the man in the middle
Michael Loftus was just 16-years-old when he began his refereeing career. That was over 25 years ago when he played football...
Podcast: Sean Donegan keeps the search alive for ‘The Missing Children’
‘The Missing Children’ is a documentary about one of the darkest and most shameful episodes in Ireland’s history. It’s the story...
Podcast: Engines rev up as Richard Swanston sets the stage for the Ulster Rally
*This podcast was recorded prior to the Ulster Rally stage. As a teenager, I remember thumbing my way across the country...
Podcast: Hiking Hens – meet the women moving mountains for physical and mental health
“We are the Hiking Hens,” sang a group of women as we left the carpark near the Invisible Tree on our...
Podcast: Fiona sings her way to success at Flynn Performing Arts
Overnight success usually comes from an awful lot of hard work and for Fiona Flynn and her students that’s certainly the...
Podcast: Hugh Morgan and Paddy Hamilton survive hell – and death – in toughest footrace on earth
You can train, train and train some more. You can prepare everything down to the finest detail, but sometimes the unforeseen...
Podcast: ‘The Border Game’ playwright Oisín Kearney tells tales from Ireland’s frontier
With the world opening up again slowly but surely, how does an evening out at the theatre sound? I can promise...
Armagh/ 1 year ago
Podcast: Getting Portadown-Armagh railway back on track and why it left the city when it did
In 2014, a petition was presented to Stormont with 10,000 signatures gathered from the streets and shops around Armagh, calling...
Lurgan/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Lurgan’s Ryan McShane takes us from Britain’s Got Talent to Dancing With The Stars
If you know your Paso Doble from your Foxtrot and winter weekends aren’t complete without a glimpse of the coveted glitterball...
Newry/ 2 years ago
Podcast: CrossFit Queen Emma McQuaid on everything from training, takeaways and almost missing World Games
The world is a pretty big place, so to be able to say you are one of the fittest women on...
Newry/ 2 years ago
Podcast: IFTA winning Newry film maker Cathy Brady lights up silver screen with critically-acclaimed Wildfire
You know when you’re watching a film in a cinema theatre and you could hear a pin drop from start to...
Armagh/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Singapore, Oz, cruise life and stunt performer – how Gemma Winchester ended up in Armagh
Gemma Winchester was born and raised in Singapore until she was 15-years-old and then she moved to Australia – although most...