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Best Hannigan podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Hannigan podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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What is Jedi Realist Radio Jedi Realist Radio was founded by MJ Hannigan in 2012 to promote Jedi Realism and transformational concepts to enrich the lives of our listeners. Today Jedi Realist Radio is a network that keeps with that same concept but has expanded the message with 5 weekly shows by 3 hosts that cover a variety of topics to help motivate and inspire others not only in Jedi Realism but also any life obstical you may face. Jedi Templar every Tuesday is a educational show from the ...
 
Featuring rare long-form interviews with guests including Brian O'Driscoll, Chris O'Dowd, Boy George, Dara O'Briain, Tom Vaughan Lawlor, Lisa Hannigan and Dylan Moran. In each episode, comedian Jarlath Regan is joined by a well known Irish writer, actor, performer, sports person or public figure to discuss their life and shared experiences of Ireland and abroad. An Irishman Abroad was winner of iTunes Store's Best New Audio Podcast of 2013, and was featured in iTunes' Best of 2014/2015 lists ...
 
With an emphasis on travel books and long-form travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most inspiring travel writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism, travel blogging, and travel photography.
 
Check out the Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge and get to know the scene! Each week we record this Podcast LIVE at the Lizard Lounge Open Mic in Cambridge. We feature an interview with our guest judge at the Lizard Lounge Open Mic, and a track from the winning artist of the evening.
 
We are new fans of the classic, 80s & 90s-tastic show Murder, She Wrote. Each month we watch a new episode as recommended by you, our dear listeners! On the first Friday of every month we analyze each recommended episode from the plot twists to the phenomenal fashion to the gluttony of amazing guest stars! We also bring you behind the scenes stories, trivia and even play super fun MSW-centric games! Plus we sometimes have special guests from the worlds of podcasting and stand-up comedy!
 
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Aatish Taseer left New York City behind and traveled to Varanasi to learn Sanskrit and to connect with the ancient learned tradition of India. Taseer joins us today to talk about his experiences in Varanasi, which he wrote about in his book The Twice Born: Live and Death on the Ganges (FSG 2019) out now in paperback. In The Twice Born, Taseer uses …
 
Irishman Abroad is moving. This episode marks the beginning of a new chapter for Irishman Abroad podcast. Jarlath explains how you can join up and help write it and a special offer he is running for anyone who wants to join Irishman Abroad Premium in the next two weeks.Today’s conversation with Siobhán McSweeney doesn’t just cover her starring role…
 
Irishman Abroad’s US correspondent Marion McKeone returns to breakdown a week of hope, loss and distraction tactics in America. Following the funeral of American civil rights activist John Lewis Marion explains his influence on American life and the stark contrast he represents Jarlath asks about another one Donald Trump’s 'distraction' tweets and …
 
The last Big Night In of our first season took place on Zoom last Saturday night with author, literary historian and playwright Emma Donoghue. The Room-author joined us from her home in Ontario, Canada where she lives with her partner and two teenage children. Donoghue has just released The Pull of the Stars, a novel set 100 years ago in Dublin dur…
 
Yoga has had an excellent pandemic. There's been a boom in online classes and even President Michael D Higgins was still getting his downward dog on in the Áras during Lockdown. So it's the perfect time for a free online yoga festival and in this episode we talk to Cathy Pearson, the woman behind the Celtic Woodland Yoga Festival, a three day gathe…
 
Marion McKeone takes us inside the sordid world of Jeffrey Epstein and asks the question, “what do we know for sure about Donald Trump's history and relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell”. How much does she know? How much did the President know about the sex trafficking ring she presided over. In the mailbag section, Jarlath asks Marion to break down…
 
In this episode Roisin Ingle talks to Susannah Dickey, the author of a stunning debut novel Tennis Lessons which is set in Northern Ireland and follows a young woman as she struggles to find her place in the world. Dickey is an award-winning poet from Derry but her new novel shows her gift for the longer novel form. She has written a fantastic book…
 
On today's episode, we are talking about life, death and grief in the time of Covid-19. This is a fraught issue, not just for those who've lost loved ones to the virus but for those with friends or relations that died during this very strange time of socially distanced funerals where numbers are severely limited. Roisin Ingle spoke to Orla Keegan a…
 
In 1956, Eric Newby quit his job in the British fashion industry to explore Nuristan, a remote region in the northeast of Afghanistan. Newby wrote about his journey in his now-classic book A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush, originally published in 1958 to wide acclaim. Joining me to talk about Newby’s A Short Walk is Aaron Millar, an adventurer and tr…
 
While Aaron Heffernan is best known for his roles in War of the Worlds, Brassic and Love/Hate, little is known about his incredible story. This week, Jarlath is proud to present you with Aaron's first ever long-form interview about his fascinating journey. Aaron speaks about his determination to have a more unconventional career (9:00), his love fo…
 
Irishman Abroad’s US Correspondent Marion McKeone checks in with Jarlath after a week of hacking and spiralling pandemic numbers. Could we reach a tipping point?Marion details the terrifying realities of the accounts of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Kanye West and Elon Musk being hacked. Marion also discusses the "belligerent swagger" that is evident in…
 
In this episode, Roisin Ingle talked to Green Party Councillor Hazel Chu who has just been elected Lord Mayor of Dublin, only the 9th woman in the city's history to take the role. On a Zoom call from her new home the Mansion House in Dawson Street, Chu told Ingle why being the first person of colour to hold the role was important and what it would …
 
For many women the Spring and Summer of 2020 will always be the time when their much anticipated weddings were prevented from happening because of the pandemic. While not exactly life or death, there’s no getting away from the fact that the cancellation of these special and meticulously planned days were a cause of disappointment for everyone invol…
 
This week, Eamonn Brennan tells Jarlath about the challenge of controlling the skies over Europe during the biggest crisis the aviation industry has ever seen. We hear the story of how he went from growing up and studying in Galway to becoming one of the most important people in global travel and business.Eamonn discusses his journey towards winnin…
 
In this third instalment of our new An Irishman In America series Marion McKeone returns to talk about the latest developments in the US. This week, Marion and Jarlath speak about Trump's mammoth Supreme Court Rulings, what he may be trying to keep from the public in his fight against Mary Trump's book and what Biden has to do to win the election.M…
 
On today’s episode, Róisín Ingle speaks to American crime writer Karin Slaughter from her home in Atlanta, Georgia. Slaughter has just released her 20th novel, The Silent Wife, which follows the investigation into a brutal attack on a young woman. In this conversation, the author paints a picture of lockdown life with her two and a half cats and ta…
 
Robin Hemley explores questions of national identity, patriotism, and cosmopolitanism in his latest collection of travel essays, Borderline Citizen: Dispatches from the Outskirts of Nationhood (University of Nebraska Press 2020). Robin stops by to talk about his new book, as well as the different approaches to creative nonfiction, writing about the…
 
Activist, writer, addiction specialist and senator Lynn Ruane was the brilliant guest for our seventh Big Night In hosted by Róisín Ingle. An audience of over 150 joined us on Zoom to watch this force of nature speak about some of the lighter moments from inside the Seanad, her learnings from lockdown and why The Real Housewives of New York has bec…
 
This week, Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, professor of Law at Harvard University and former UN Ambassador & Foreign Policy Advisor to Barack Obama joined Jarlath for a fascinating conversation about her journey from Dublin to the White House.Samantha explains how she discovered the tough world of political activism (9:00), the segregation that …
 
In this second instalment of our new An Irishman In America series Marion McKeone returns to talk about the latest developments in the US.This week we saw Donald Trump declare that Black Lives Matter is a symbol of hate and consistently refuse to wear a mask. Further questions of voter suppression were also raised and saw Joe Biden streak ahead in …
 
No pandemic is gender-neutral and neither is Covid-19, which is negatively affecting the lives of women and girls. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka is the Executive Director of UN Women and she spoke to Roisin Ingle from lockdown in South Africa about the three areas where women and girls are particularly at risk in the current crisis: Domestic violence, fro…
 
During the pandemic, there has been increased pressure placed on one parent families, from shopping struggles and homeschooling demands to dealing with feelings of loneliness and isolation. In today’s episode, we hear from Clare O’Leary, a single parent living in Wexford with her 5 year old son Peter. Clare has just completed the first year of a ps…
 
Welcome to Arkinnea Sunday Sermons. Each week an inspirational sermon based on the Jedi Path will be brought to you by an real life Ordained Jedi Priest, I am your host and officiant Master Alan Wilson, Jedi Priest and the Grandmaster of Arkinnea Jedi Order. Each sermon will be centered around the fictional Jedi, the Star Wars mythos, and the Jedi …
 
Marion McKeone, Ireland’s foremost reporter on the United States, joins Jarlath for a new weekly mini-pod series in the lead up to the most important Presidential Election in living memory. Each week Jarlath and Marion will examine the most recent development in the race for the White House. The first episode looks at the current shift in momentum …
 
Where are you going on your holliers? That's the question we are asking on this episode with travel writer Joan Scales who has been uncovering deals up and down the country from castles to hotels, from campsites to cottages. Whether you are the adventurous type or fancy a bit of luxury, there is an Irish holiday for you so we wanted to help you wit…
 
RIP JOEL SCHUMACHER. The guys (including OG Tom from "Andrew Makes A Case") pay tribute to the late director by watching his most critically acclaimed film, Batman & Robin. This film, as well as Batman Forever are near and dear to our hearts and we wanted to celebrate the life and career of the great Joel Schumacher.…
 
Wilfred Thesiger was an explorer and writer who sought to travel through the Rub’ al Khali, the so-called “Empty Quarter” of desert in the Arabian Peninsula in the late 1940s. Thesiger wrote about his journey in his now-classic travel book Arabian Sands, which was originally published in 1959 brought him distinction as an explorer and writer. Thesi…
 
Born in Ireland, to Breton parents, Olwen Fouéré is a writer, producer and theatre maker. A reviewer once said of her that if she sat on a stage doing nothing it would still be completely compelling. Fouéré makes theatre that people find disturbing or unsettling and much of her extensive body of work is provocative, the kind of art that stays with …
 
Some listeners may remember Cindy Gallop from 2009 when she did a hugely popular Ted Talk in which she shared her experience of how hardcore pornography had distorted the way a generation of young men thinks about sex - and now she's fighting back. This was the genesis of her social sex company Make Love Not Porn, a user-generated video-sharing pla…
 
It feels like a lifetime ago, but it was only March when Morning Ireland presenter and best-selling author Rachael English came in to the Irish Times studio talk to us about her fifth novel The Paper Bracelet. The gripping story centres around a fictional Mother and Baby home in the West of Ireland and the paper bracelets that were used to identify…
 
This week, star of Normal People, Dating Amber and Handsome Devil, Fionn O'Shea, joined Jarlath for a fascinating conversation about his whirlwind career to date. While Fionn is currently known globally for playing one of the most reviled characters in recent memory, in this chat we learn that he is one of the nicest people you could ever meet.Fion…
 
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