All posts tagged "Podcasts"
Podcast: How loss of youngster sibling led three sisters to set up Sibling Grief Club
Sibling Grief Club was launched in July of this year by three sisters grieving the death of their youngest sibling. Triona...
Lurgan/ 2 years ago
Podcast: World record breaker Jordan Leckey on the one person he aims to beat most!
On Monday August 2, while most of were probably going about our usual daily business, Jordan Leckey was in the process...
Newry/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Cara Malone of Supporting Women Newry – ‘protesters with dignity’
Supporting Women Newry does just what it says on the tin. The group was set up around six months ago by...
Camlough/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Tony Bagnall – Sportsman, musician, scribe and Ironman…in his 70’s
If you take a spin out to Camlough Lake or Newry swimming pool you might run into this week’s podcast guest....
Podcast: Jolly Bearded Promotions’ Seb Akehurst takes his toy story to infinity and beyond
If you happen to spot a bearded dude hanging around the Market Place Theatre, wearing dark sunglasses, clad in a badge-studded...
Podcast: Intergalactic craic with Heather and Courtney – the final frontier for Armagh Planetarium
Not a lot of people probably know that June 30 is International Asteroid Day, but they certainly do at the Armagh...
Podcast: Armagh author Stuart Neville talks crime noir thrillers and gigging at Glasto!
Stuart Neville’s novels have come a long way from his native Armagh to bookshelves across the globe, but his stories remain...
Newry/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Re-Gen’s Joseph Doherty on origins of the family business and re-imagining a greener planet
It’s easy to imagine that the waste lifted regularly from our streets just vanishes into the ether – out of sight...
Podcasts/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Night at the museum with the Paravent crew…and ‘friends’!
It’s probably fair to say that ghost hunting isn’t usually high on the agenda for most people on a Friday night....
Podcast: London calling for Armagh man Niall McCart who makes passion for vintage scooters his business
From going halfsies on his very first scooter to breathing new life into vintage models by developing electric conversion kits. The...
Podcast: Armagh mum’s emotional plea for help as autistic adult sons left with nowhere to go
As lockdown restrictions lift, most of us have emerged from our homes to mingle, shop, eat out and enjoy the everyday...
Crossmaglen/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Oisín McConville on post-pandemic rise in gambling and Armagh GAA predictions
The pandemic as taken its toll on everyone in one way or another but some of the problems caused have yet...