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Best Blueshirts podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Blueshirts podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Blueshirt Underground Radio was founded in June of 2009 and is now in its ninth year of being the ONLY live radio broadcast devoted to the New York Rangers! Hosted by lifelong Ranger fans Eddie "The Mouth" Gieck and Jim Schmiedeberg, Blueshirt Underground Radio is not some boring podcast that just drones on and on. It's a lively discussion of everything related to the Rangers, where nothing is off-limits. Rants about the players, announcers, and opponents are commonplace, and no one is off l ...
 
The Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through Ireland's fascinating past. This podcast is not just dates but an enthralling account of Ireland's history, looking at daily life through the ages. The show is currently focused on the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s (see below), while the archive contains the stories of Ireland's ancient High Kings, Viking raiders and the Norman Invasion of the Middle Ages. The story of the Great Famine has proved the most popular to date, Between 18 ...
 
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This episode returns to the series Partisans - Irish stories from the Spanish Civil War. This show looks at the two groups of Irish fighters who traveled to Spain - the Irish Brigade better known as the Blueshirts and the antifascist International Brigades. Over the last eight decades they have been among the most controversial figures of 20th cent…
 
This is the final episode in the series Partisans. While the Spanish Civil War came to an end in 1939 and the Irish returned home for many Spaniards, Basques and Catalans the conflict would not end for decades. To conclude the series I interview the expert Nick Lloyd for his insights into what happened after Franco took power. Nick explains what th…
 
This week the guys discuss the new seeding for the proposed 24 team playoff and why the Canes have a right to be mad they have to face a team who have owned them for years (LISTEN TO FIND OUT WHO THAT TEAM IS) Then our good dear best friend Rick Carpiniello joins the podcast to discuss the 24 team playoff, how media might work covering the playoffs…
 
This podcast, the second last in Partisans, looks at the battle of the Ebro - the last major showdown in the Spanish Civil War. While the show looks at how the war ended for the Irish fighters, it also tackles one of the great mysteries of the Spanish Civil War - what happened to Frank Ryan. This intriguing story continues to perplex and divide his…
 
On this episode Tom and Mike react to Akim Aliu's story in The Players Tribune, they talk about the newest NHL Playoff Update, talk about Underdog Week at SB Nation, and answer your #BanteringPoints Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy SB Nation
 
The enduring images of the Spanish Civil War depict armed fighters of one kind or another. This podcast, however, follows the story of a different Irish experience - that of Hannah Ormsby, an Irish nurse who arrived in Spain in the summer of 1937. The savagery of the war ensured she would be treated no different than other antifascists. Hannah had …
 
This week the guys talk about the potential of a 24 team playoff plan being made this week, who the Rangers would play and why the NHL playoffs have been flawed for years Then Justin and Jonny of The Latke Room join the breakaway to discuss their college careers, what it's like trying to go pro during a pandemic and how Adam Fox has always been ver…
 
The most notorious incident of the Spanish Civil War was the bombing of Guernica by the Nazi Condor Legion. Immortalised by Pablo Picasso's painting it was the first time in world history carpet bombing was deployed against a civilian population. It was part of an overall campaign called 'The War in the North'. This saw General Franco turn his forc…
 
On this episode of Bantering the Blueshirts, Tom and Mike talk about the signing of Tyler Wall, the importance of May 13 in Rangers history, draft six-player teams of Mighty Ducks, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy SB Nation
 
This episode continues Partisans - Irish Stories from the Spanish Civil War. In this podcast we follow the Irish in Spain into battle. The show begins with campaigns in Andalusia and takes you through one of the most famous battles of entire war - Jarama. We will see how the Blueshirts and the Antifascist International Brigaders fared when they fac…
 
This week the guys talk about the impact of NYR signing Tyler wall to an ELC before answer a few intriguing 5 star questions Then both Greg and Ryan's mom's join the Breakaway to discuss some fun childhood stories and antics. The Momcast has returned.By The Athletic
 
St Peter’s Church in Drogheda Co Louth contains what has to be one of the most unsettling religious relics on display anywhere in the world. This is the head of an Irish man - Oliver Plunkett - who was hanged drawn and quartered in London in 1681. For religious catholics, the head of Plunkett, who was later declared a saint, is believed to have sup…
 
This week the guys open the show discussing the NHLs plan to hold the draft in June before any decisions are made on the season and how that would impact the New York Rangers. Then Craig Custance joins the Breakaway to discuss exactly what he knows about the NHL current plans along with his predictions and what teams would have done if they know wh…
 
This week the guys discuss Zucc's comments on the Rangers and Hank, the possible Exceptional Player Contract Exemption and how that can effect the Rangers and other teams along with Amnesty buyouts and some 5 star questions Then our dear friend and big time journalist Fitz joins us to talk old time hockey, MJ Doc, Game of Thornes and like 9000 othe…
 
This week Tom and Mike talk about Lias Andersson opening up about his personal struggles, they talk about the NHL's plan involving four host cities to resume the regular season and playoffs, and they end the show talking about Mats Zuccarello's recent interview on how things ended with the Rangers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.…
 
The Deaf community are rarely mentioned in general histories of Ireland. Prior to making this episode I knew almost nothing about their rich history. In this podcast I interview the historian Cormac Leonard from Trinity College Dublin. Cormac reveals the fascinating history of the Deaf Community in Ireland. He provides vivid accounts of deaf people…
 
How well do you know your Irish history? Nows the time to find out! In this podcast, I read out 63 history questions. As I read each question you select the correct answer from five options in the online answer sheet here www.irishhistorypodcast.ie/quiz. Once you submit your answers you will get your score and the correct answers automatically sent…
 
This week the guys discuss Lias talking about the reason's he left Hartford along with the Boston zoom call and the origin story of "Wow, It's a Nice City" Then Gillian Kemmerer joins the Breakaway to discuss what happened to the KHL, Igor vs Sorokin for years to come and Kravstov along with a bunch of other topics Finally the guys return to talk a…
 
On this episode of Bantering the Blueshirts, Tom and Mike talk about D2 The Mighty Ducks. Mike goes over his notes on the movie and the many plot holes and abnormalities the film contains. Tom and Mike answer user submitted #BanteringPoints including who they'd want to be quarantined with, who has been a good/bad surprise this year, and more. Learn…
 
This week the guys discuss Davidson's Q&A, what we know about hockey coming back and how we're all going a little stir crazy Then Josh from Evolving Wild joins the Breakaway to discuss Tony & Strome's upcoming contracts and Evolving Wild's projections for them, Artemi's case for the Hart and just how special is Adam Fox? Josh also brings up Kakko's…
 
Recently I discovered that my great great grandmother Catherine Murphy lost her sister and her daughter within two days of each other in February 1919 during the Great Flu pandemic. This highlighted how disease has long been part of our history. For this episode I decided to catch up with the historian John Dorney who recently published an article …
 
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