Stories By Elaine Ingram
Football/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Pat Jennings on growing up in Newry, pals with George Best and the ‘worst day of my life in football’
He is hailed as one of the greatest goalkeepers the world has ever seen. He has an incredible 119 caps for...
Podcasts/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Steven Beacom tells weird and wonderful stories of Ulster’s greatest sporting legends
Did you know we have an Olympic Bobsleigh gold medalist from Ulster? His name is Robin Dixon – first cousin of...
Newtownhamilton/ 2 years ago
Podcast: Carragher fighting fit for Tokyo Olympics and Armagh crowned All-Ireland champions
It may have been delayed for a year but plans for the Tokyo Olympics to take place in 2021 are full...
Podcasts/ 3 years ago
Podcast: The need for speed as Adam Hylands chases World Title
It’s a well-loved sport in Northern Ireland – particularly in places where the tracks are situated -, and one such home...
Bessbrook/ 3 years ago
Podcast: The Infinity Crew’s Padraig Mallon on swimming, mental health and travelling the world
“What water does for peoples mental health and physical health is second to none in my eyes,” says Padraig Mallon –...
Podcast: Annagh Utd included in reconfigured Irish Cup but no joy for Armagh City
It’s been a weekend of huge highs and desperate lows on the GAA front and likewise on the football scene. Last...
GAA/ 3 years ago
Podcast: How Armagh TV became a beacon of hope during trying times
You have to start somewhere, as the saying goes – and for Linwoods Armagh TV, that was back in 2011 at...
Armagh/ 3 years ago
Life in Armagh for Dean – before and after Uluru – his love of local and fears for hospitality’s future
‘G’day,’ says Dean Coppard upon our introduction. As the old adage goes – you can take the man out of Australia...
GAA/ 3 years ago
Podcast: Armagh ladies ready to break new ground while men enjoy Ulster victory over Derry
While the weather might not have been the best over the weekend, it mattered little to anyone sporting the orange Armagh...
Podcast: O’Hanlon honoured at IFA Awards and McGeeney looks forward to life in Division One
Years of dedication and hard work is often rewarded simply by satisfaction, and the respect and admiration of those on the...
Picture worth a thousand words as Primary School children send message to Armagh GAA
It’s been a waiting game and a frustrating year for sport with yet again almost everything put on hold. The Orchard...
Podcast: Trailblazing father and daughter duo blowing the whistle in Mid-Ulster Football League
It’s not that unusual to hear of a son following in his father’s footsteps, in picking up a referee’s whistle, but...