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Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Twenty-two years after the Battle of Hogwarts and Harry Potter's triumphant victory over He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, five young friends retrace the steps of thousands of students to discover magic, friendship, and perhaps a bit of mischief at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. From sorting in the Great Hall to the awarding of the House Cup, these inquisitive new wizards must discover their own destiny amid the twisting walls and moving staircases of a school where not even Dumbledore ...
 
People and pundits from the world of wrestling join the BBC’s Tom Gerken for the best (and probably only) wrestling panel show there is. Points are won for answers that are smart, funny and enthusiastic, while points are lost when competitors fail to be compelling, interesting, or spout just plain nonsense. In the final round, the two people with the highest scores go one-on-one and pitch why their chosen wrestlers should be inducted into The Members’ Lobby: The 4WD Hall of Fame.
 
Olivia Wilder Times™ features celebrity and other unique guest interviews that are informal and conversational. The over 600 guests have included TV/FILM: Linda Evans, Beau Bridges, Andie MacDowell, La Toya Jackson, Eric Roberts, Sean Young, Richard Thomas, Billy Zane, Gilles Marini, Robert Townsend, Joanna Cassidy, Melora Hardin, Debi Mazar ; Justin Kirk, Clark Gregg, Tom Conti, Henry Goodman, Cung Le; Justin Chon and Solomon Trimble (Twilight); RuPaul, Josie Bissett, COMEDY: Dane Cook, Gre ...
 
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Council “Stroppy” Row – Cllr Mairin McGrath & Cllr AnnMarie RyanIt all kicked off again this week at the meeting of the Tipperary Cashel and Cahir District. A row over a meeting with groups in Tipp town led to one Councillor in tears and another accusing them of being stroppy. Councillor Mairin McGrath and Councillor AnnMarie Ryan spoke to Fran abo…
 
The HSE are trying to get retired nurses to fall back in and help vaccinate people to relieve some of the stress on the hospital staff.HSE are trying to get retired nurses to fall back in and help vaccinate people, this would leave the already short staffed work force back into hospitals Retired nurses want to do it but they might have a few hoops …
 
Ashleigh is looking for your help, this story is one that begins shortly after her birth, for the last 13 years she has been fighting what most would seem impossible, diagnosed at 3 months with Neurofibromatosis type 1 she has seen what most would not see in their lifetime, and to tell me more on this we were joined by her aunt Mary and Diarmuid wh…
 
We spoke to Jack Griffen of the Tipperary Rural Traveller Project yesterday about a recent publication that pointed out that 10% of the travelling community had contracted covid 19 since last March as opposed to 4% of the general population.This brought up the notion that travellers should be given priority vaccination mainly because of the crowed …
 
Last Thursday we brought you the news that Minister Mary Butler had announced that a premises had been secured for Jigsaw in Thurles, and that this would mean that there will be mental health support and services for young people in the area in the second quarter of 2021. Well, it appears that there is more news on this story. Dean McGrath is Chair…
 
Over the weekend it was announced that opening hours for pubs and nightclub closing times could be about to change here in Ireland. Justice Minister Helen McEntee is drawing up a new law which would see the current laws that are over 100 years old abolished. Fran on Tipp Today was joined by Chairperson of the VFI in Tipperary, Richard Gleeson of Gl…
 
As of this morning, Ireland, since the start of this pandemic has had approximately 215,000 cases, that’s roughly 4% of the country. But what if that figure was 10% of the population would our attitude towards the, so far, lack of a living with covid plan, or zero covid strategy, or more importantly the plan for the vaccine rollout be any different…
 
There is no doubt that this lockdown has been the toughest on all of us. Whether it’s the weather or the dark evenings or the fact we’ve had our fill of lockdowns, I’m not sure but it’s definitely been a difficult time and it's hard to pull yourself through it this time. Pat Mulcahy is the Mindful farmer spoke with Fran on Tipp Today...…
 
The Tipperary Sports Partnership Couch to 3k Walking/Jogging Podcast in association with Tipp Fm, supported by Sport Ireland & Tipperary County Council as part of Keep Well Campaign is now up and running.Fran has volunteered to take part and with that in mind he recently spoke to Aine Roach who is community Sports Development Officer with the Sport…
 
Travel Tales with Fergal Podcast is a weekly interview series where Irishman Fergal O'Keeffe chats to a special guest about their travels, adventures and experiences living abroad. We talk about travel, culture, people, food, politics, history, tourism and expat lives.He can be found on Instagram @traveltaleswithfergalToday we spoke about some of t…
 
My guest, Russell Shorto, has a unique connection to the subject of his latest book, "Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob". He is the namesake of his grandfather, a gangster who ran an Italian-American outfit in the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania in the 1940s and 50s. The organization would eventually crumble after the murder of a local bo…
 
This week's Panel Discussion was a student led affair as Fran spoke to Dylan, Emer and Jason, all of whom are students either looking ahead to Leaving cert this year or having it completed it last year and are now navigating a newlook college experience!Fran got their opinions on lockdown, exam chaos and uncertainty, online abuse and whether its fa…
 
We know that Ireland has never been great when it comes to supporting women in politics, in fact only 23% of TD’s are women. And a new study shows that Ireland lags behind countries like Afghanistan, Iraq and China for the number of female parliamentarians. But why doesn’t a career in politics appeal to women? One woman with a very unique insight i…
 
The reopening of schools should not be taken as a sign that people can socialise, according to Professor Philip Nolan. Government ministers last night gave the green light for schools, which have been shut since Christmas, to return from the start of March. The reopening will be staggered over several weeks, with different classes returning at diff…
 
Premier League footballer with Stoke City and Republic of Ireland international James McClean is no stranger to abuse and threats against his life. But the Derry native has said that it's "baffling" that such hatred exists against him and that the wave of anti-Irish abuse directed at him is "mind-blowing". Football Correspondent with The Irish Time…
 
Minister Mary Butler has announced that a premises has been secured for Jigsaw in Thurles. This will provide mental health support and services for young people in the area. She also says that recruitment for the service is nearing conclusion. Dean McGrath is Chairman for Tipperary Fight for Mental Health Services and Ciara McCormack spoke to Fran …
 
Some insurers are charging older drivers triple of what is available elsewhere on the car insurance market. This is according to the Insurance Brokers at Insuremycars.ie who say their Over 70s Cost Comparison Analysis reveals staggering price differentials across the market. Deirdre McCarthy of Insuremycars.ie and Peter Kavanagh frm Active Retireme…
 
This episode of Encountering Silence is a little different from our regular format. Carl McColman gives co-hosts Cassidy Hall and Kevin Johnson the week off, and shares an assortment of field recordings — mostly, but not entirely, recordings of nature from a variety of locations, times of day, and times of year. All of these recordings were capture…
 
On the first day of Lent Catholics receive ashes in the shape of a cross on their forehead as a reminder of their mortality but this year the traditions of Ash Wednesday have been put on hold due to the ongoing pandemic and social distancing.Parish Priest Fr Michael Twomey spoke with Fran on Tipp Today about the big demand for "take away" ashes...…
 
Members of Tipperary County Council have pledged to do everything possible to support the victims of the Mother and Baby Homes to get justice, especially for those who were based in the Sean Ross Abbey in Roscrea. Teresa Collins, who was born at Sean Ross Abbey in Roscrea and is part of the Sean Ross Commemorative Committee spoke at the special mee…
 
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