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Best Gael podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Gael podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Jack O'Neill, an Irishman, has just returned from a month's holiday in The Netherlands. Before he left, he had boasted to his friends that he would learn the Dutch language within a fortnight. On his return, he has to admit that it wasn't quite that easy... He tells his friends stories about his clumsy attempts to speak Dutch, leading to many funny scenes.This audiobook contains both "An Irishman's difficulties with the Dutch language" and its sequel "Jack O'Neill's further adventures in Hol ...
 
After saving Gael from an other worldly menace, the heroic mercenaries of Twits & Crits went from ill-repute to the stuff of legend.Now, five years have passed and this group of unlikely allies has disbanded, scattering to different corners of the realm. But when a distressed young Elfling calls upon the noble Myriadus O'Probbles to help her father, Myri must reunite The Twits and convince them to take on a new mission. Little does he know that there are darker deeds afoot, and a journey to ...
 
Fernando Meirelles, director of "City of God" and the "The Constant Gardner," discusses the making of his latest film, "Blindness" which stars Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Danny Glover, and Gael Garcia Bernal. The film is about a city ravaged by an epidemic of instant "white blindness." Miramax released "Blindness" in theaters on October 3rd.
 
Caring for aging parents or other loved ones while working, raising children, and trying to live your own life? Wondering how to find the time for your personal health & happiness? Welcome to the Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast. The show where real family caregivers share how to be happy and healthy while caring for others. Host and Certified Caregiving Consultant, Elizabeth Miller shares her stories and content and also talks with others who are either current or former family caregivers. R ...
 
Life is a Festival is a weekly, long-form interview podcast that profiles beloved leaders in the festival world and beyond. On the show, we share stories and strategies that promote personal growth, mental wellness, cognitive experimentation, service, and play through the lense of the modern festival movement and associated cultures. “Life is a festival, only to the wise.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
Chris Cole hosts the Waking Up Bipolar podcast, focused on the intersection of bipolar disorder and spiritual awakening. He is the author of The Body of Chris: A Memoir of Obsession, Addiction, and Madness, inspired by his own journey of spiritual unfolding and mental health challenges. Chris Cole offers life coaching for any number of mental health conditions, specializing in bipolar disorder and spiritual emergence. Chris’s experience with addiction, disordered eating, body dysmorphia, psy ...
 
The UCD StoryCast is an ongoing series of interviews and conversations with people in University College Dublin about getting the most out of life on campus. Listen in as Scott Evans talks to everyone from students to staff, society members to SU Officers, lecturers to guest speakers. Follow the show on Twitter: @ucdstorycast Follow Scott on Twitter: @notscottevans
 
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The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Guy Falotico (@IonaGuyF) of IonaHoops.com GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Guy recaps the season for the Iona Gaels basketball team. He discusses the impact that Tim Cluess had on the program…
 
Playlist: Flook- Happy Jigs - Flatfish Jean Redpath- Ode To Spring - Songs Of Robert Burns Vol 7 Jennifer Cuttings Ocean Orchestra- One April Morning feat Lisa Moscatiello - Waves Beth Gadbaw- The Birds In The Spring - The Green Fields And The Mountains High Gaelic Storm- Dancing In The Rain - Matching Sweaters Cathie Ryan- The Wild Flowers - The F…
 
This week, we have the latest on the state and local response to coronavirus, with Chris Franco. He is a member of the King County Executive’s COVID-19 Operations Policy Support Team, and he joins us to talk about the most recent guidelines and recommendations on how to stay healthy and safe, and about how the county is working to help our vulnerab…
 
Regina Doherty, Fine Gael Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, joined Gavan to discuss the changes to sick pay being introduced this week, the challenges of Coronavirus on Ireland's welfare budget and being an unelected minister in a caretaker cabinet during these uncertain times.
 
Can we still live life like a festival when there are no festivals for the foreseeable future? When there are no gatherings at all? With a global pandemic, a faltering economy, and profound uncertainty moving through the world, can life still be looked at through the lens of open hearted celebration?Life is a Festival is guided by the belief that w…
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Ben Bolch (@BenBolch) GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Ben recaps a UCLA basketball season that almost saw the Bruins steal the Pac-12 regular-season championship. He examines how Mick Cronin…
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Jeff Ermann (247Sports) GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Jeff recaps a Maryland season that saw the Terrapins capture a share of the Big Ten Regular Season Title. He discusses the big shot ab…
 
What you will learn The reality of starting an online business from scratch Why you don’t always need to run a link building campaign to see success How failure can lead to success From the lows of being heavily penalized by Google’s Penguin update to the highs of making over $400k/year in revenue, Matt Giovanisci … #194 – Matt Giovanisci Interview…
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Jesse Newell (@JesseNewell) of Kansas City Star GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Jesse recaps the fantastic season for the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team. He discusses why the Jayhawks were …
 
By any measure, these are exceedingly difficult times. Today's show is a replay of our first live Q&A, all about how to deal with anxiety in the age of coronavirus. Jennifer Young is a therapist who specializes in trauma who’s also a leader with Indivisible Action Tampa Bay, and she answers your questions about the uncertainty, depression, and ange…
 
Welcome to Episode 11 of the Classic Game Club - as we look at the Galway v Kildare, 1998 All-Ireland SFC Final.Eoin Sheahan is joined by Tommy Rooney and Ger Gilroy (Kildare native) to parse through a very interesting year of Gaelic Football. We got a novel All-Ireland final, where one lengthy drought had to end and it duly delivered.You can watch…
 
This was the season that Pat Chambers, his staff, and program had been building towards for literally the better part of the last decade. They were a ranked within the top ten programs in the country at one point this winter and a virtual lock to hear their name called on Selection Sunday. Of course, after the season's abrupt end due to the coronav…
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: MikeBarber (@RTD_MikeBarber) of Richmond Times-Dispatch GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Mike recaps the season for the Virginia Cavaliers basketball team. He discusses why the Hoos loss to L…
 
With so much uncertainty about the path forward for 2020, we check in with Indivisible. Meagan Hatcher-Mays is Indivisible’s director of democracy policy, and she weighs in on the passage of the $2 Trillion stimulus bill, and has advice for what we as members can be doing while we’re stuck at home.Links: The latest information on coronavirus: https…
 
While we’re stuck at home, many activists are wondering what we can be doing. Kelly Pollock is the director of content for DemCast, an online media organization (of which this podcast is part) that amplifies grassroots content via network of social media influencers, all with the intention of changing hearts and minds and electing Democrats in 2020…
 
This episode goes out to all the healthcare workers in the fight against coronavirus. If you are an EMT, a doctor, nurse, or hospital janitor… bless you!Richard “Wolverine" Gottlieb is the king of festival medicine. His company RGX Medical manages 30-40 festivals per year including favorites like Lightning in a Bottle, Envision, and Desert Hearts. …
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Jerry Tipton (@JerryTipton) of the USBWA Hall of Fame GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Jerry talks about the great Kentucky Wildcats season that led to an SEC Regular Season Championship by t…
 
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2020 Team Recap Series Host: Mike Randle (@RandleRant) Guest: Chris Solari (@chrissolari) of the Detroit Free Press GUEST DISCUSSION On this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Recap Series, Chris talks about the great Michigan State season that led to a third straight Big Ten Regular Season Ch…
 
In this caregiver spotlight episode, meet Jean Lee whose parents were both diagnosed with Alzheimer's on the same day. Jean took care of her parents while working as a teacher. Her personal journal documenting her parents' 'oddities' later helped her write her memoir. Jean also found support in reading other people's personal experiences with Alzhe…
 
Peter Boland, as well as running Cases.ie is the director of the Alliance for Insurance Reform. ***** There’s a lot of people talking about the other thing, but I'm sure you’ve heard enough about it by now, and there’s nothing extra that I can say that hasn’t already been said, so let’s talk about something else. Let’s talk about the state of the w…
 
What you will learn in this podcast Why Google isn’t likely to perform an algorithm update during the crisis What the long term and short term implications of the coronavirus will have on your business How this crisis could be positive for online marketers long term success We couldn’t ignore the Coronavirus anymore. As companies … #193 – Coronavir…
 
Georges Niang had just finished warm-ups with the rest of this Utah Jazz teammates last Wednesday, March 11th when officials ran onto the floor at Oklahoma City to stop the game before the opening tip. The next 24-hours essentially shut down the sports world as the NBA suspended their season, college basketball conferences tournaments were cancelle…
 
Gabriel Scally, public health physician, former Regional Director of Public Health in England, Hon Professor of Public Health at the University of Bristol, joined Gavan to discuss the differing approaches of the UK and Irish governments in the face of the Covid 19 crisis.Gavan speaks to Dr Chris Luke, recently retired emergency physician with over …
 
We start this week’s podcast with a fascinating focus on the man right at the top of the game the world number one Novak Djokovic. Before play was halted this year Djokovic was dominating having won all 18 of his matches to scoop the ATP Cup, Australian Open and the title in Dubai. One man who’s worked with him closely in the past its former world …
 
College basketball always has the most abrupt ends to its season, but this…this is something else entirely. One of the weirdest, gut-punching-est 24 hours in sports history culminated with the cancellation of the men’s and women’s NCAA Tournaments. The most fun weekend of the year, the weekend Free Ira Brown actually gets to see each other in perso…
 
With self-isolation and shelter in place proliferating the globe, here’s some good medicine from a yogi who spent 5 weeks in lockdown in a small apartment in China.Nino Mendes is a rockstar yoga teacher who speaks seven languages and has taught massive classes with over a thousand students Beijing, Shanghai, and across China.At the time of this rec…
 
To get an idea of the scope of the coronavirus outbreak on the east coast, we talk with Shannon Powell, and she’s head of Indivisible Westchester, which is the county that has been hardest hit in in a state, New York, that now has more cases than any other. We hear about the view from the ground, and we talk about what members are doing in response…
 
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