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Best Northern Ireland podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Northern Ireland podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Best Of Belfast is a podcast that celebrates Northern Ireland and the incredible people in it. We publish unfiltered, hour-long conversations every Monday morning with someone interesting from this part of the world. With 80+ episodes featuring: Oscar-winning directors, 91-year-old park-runners, Silicon Valley CEOs, Michelin Star Chefs and bearded candle makers there’s plenty of episodes to listen and learn from. Find photos of guests, sign up to our newsletter and support the show: https:// ...
 
Gerard Deane and Paul Gosling host a series of interviews with the objective of promoting a wider, more inclusive and engaged conversation about how we make progress and further solidify peace and create a genuinely shared and integrated society in Northern Ireland. Holywell Trust is curating a discussion that is mutually respectful, forward focused and positive. The podcast considers the real challenges that Northern Ireland's society faces in the coming years and begins to arrive at practi ...
 
The Crafty Rogues is a podcast featuring John Cosgrove and Stephen Quinn. Cosgrove is from Aghadrumsee in Northern Ireland. Quinno is from Wollongong in Australia. Between them they’ve watched/attended/played thousands of games of football/futbol/soccer. However, they’re just as happy talking about music, movies, food, drink, politics, drink, books, culture, the ex-pat experience, and drink. The Crafty Rogues, available each week wherever you access your podcasts. Could be tasty.
 
We are a vibrant, country Presbyterian Church Family located in the heart of Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Our vision is to faithfully share God's Word and Message of Grace, within our community as we live for Him among them. Here you will find sermons from our Sunday Morning Service at Ballyroney & Drumlee. These are usually around 25-30 minutes in length (including the Bible reading), and tend to be part of a series covering all or part of a Bible book. We pray that through this ministry you ...
 
The Troubles were a period of time in Northern Ireland which many people today do not know a lot about. In this podcast we will delve into each individual bombing and attack that happened during the 30-year period. This is a non-partisan podcast that focuses solely on the facts and the accounts of the individuals involved. Cover art by Chris O'Brien New Episodes every Tuesday starting March 24th I grew up in the Republic of Ireland and found that most people of my generation had no idea abou ...
 
Tom Wilmer’s Lowell Thomas award-winning NPR podcast, recorded live on-location across America and around the world- showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, and the culinary arts. We cover nouns and verbs—people, places, things, and action—everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the real Santa Claus in the Arctic. His feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northern Ireland, celebrat ...
 
First Saintfield is a friendly, evangelical Presbyterian Church at the heart of Saintfield, a small village in Co.Down, Northern Ireland. The site contains podcasts of our morning and evening sermons. If you are looking for a new Church, or are unsure about God and would like to learn more we hope these sermons will encourage you to come along to services at 11am and 6:30pm on Sundays.
 
European football news, interviews, retro and whimsy from football commentators Will Downing, Mark Rodden, Stephane Jauny and Dmytro Dzhulai, plus regular guests looking at the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga, Serie A, Belgian Pro League, Eredivisie, League of Ireland, women's football, the world game... and even the Premier League. Added countries covered so far have been Korea's K League, Estonia, Denmark and the Faroes. Come on in, you might enjoy it...
 
It’s difficult to keep up to date on the Irish running scene. Every week we take you on a guided tour of races across the land, offer some tips, tricks and anecdotes. Bring in local runners for a chat about all things running. If you do a bit of running around the roads, mountains and trails this is the podcast for you.
 
A podcast highlighting web specialists careers in Northern Ireland. Learn about local tech initiatives, interesting career stories or new technologies emerging in the market. Interested in getting involved? Email us at gareth@corvus.jobs or tweet us @WebTalksNI
 
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Mike is the Managing Director, of beIN ASIA PACIFIC: a global leader in the production and distribution of sports content like The Premier League, Rugby World Cup, FA Cup and much much more. After moving to Singapore on a 6-month placement, Mike has ended up living and working in Asia for over 26-years. He's also a keen golfer, lover of pastie baps…
 
Dyson's farming business is ditching oil seed rape, blaming falling yields and the ban on Neonicotinoids. Plus the mystery of the missing cows in Northern Ireland, and how one farmer is turning pig muck into money using anaerobic digestion. Sybil Ruscoe presents.Producer: Toby FieldBy BBC Radio 4
 
Rural Britain is awash with UK tourists unable or unwilling to fly abroad for the summer, and these home-grown visitors could help counter the losses to the countryside economy. Caz Graham speaks to an expert on rural tourism. GPS technology is being used to keep track of cows in the Devon woodlands. Dr Paul Gauthier tells Caz about the extraordina…
 
Cuts to tariffs on imported sugar cane could put UK farmers out of business. Caz Graham speaks to a sugar beet farmer who says the government could do more to protect them. Trials are underway in Scotland to grow salty crops in seawater, and for rural tourism week Rebecca Rooney has been to a farm in the Vale of Pewsey that has expanded into glampi…
 
It was the 27th of December, 1973 when there was a knock on the door of the Niedermayer residence. It was late at night and 16 year old Renate answered the door. There were two men there, who told her to get her father as they had hit his car with theirs. She went upstairs and woke her father up. He walked out his front door and was never seen aliv…
 
Today we’re talking beavers, a ban on wild camping, and a ‘challenging’ harvest 2020. Wildlife enthusiasts are celebrating because the beavers can stay. Defra has granted a wild group of beavers in East Devon the right to remain. It’s the first re-introduction of a native mammal in England which some hope can be replicated across the country. As of…
 
Cutting red tape or endangering the environment - two opinions on the government’s decision to do away with greening rules for farmers in England. Charlotte Smith asks the National Farmers' Union and the RSPB what they make of this decision. To round off harvest week Heather Simons speaks to Clyde Bowers who grows around 30 different types of organ…
 
In this series, David Legge looks at how the Minor Prophet, Habakkuk, teaches us to be 'Confident in the Chaos' around us. In these times of uncertainty and confusion, there are some clear principles that will not only help you to survive but enable you to thrive by faith! This first instalment is entitled 'The Paradox of Faith'. If you are questio…
 
‘It is absolutely crazy to think that constitutional change in Ireland would happen overnight’ Consideration of Irish unity needs careful preparation, argues Seamus McGuinness, research professor at the Republic’s Economic and Social Research Institute. He suggests looking to the example of Hong Kong, where the handover of control was undertaken ov…
 
Originally from the Ormeau Road in Belfast, Michael McCoy has lived in Japan for the past 30 years where he works as an executive coach. In this conversation we discuss growing up in Belfast in the 1970's as well as getting his take on Brexit and what we need to do to stimulate the local economy.By Slugger O'Toole
 
With students getting ready for a return to university in September, due to the impact of COVID 19, and teaching going virtual, many students didn't make finding accommodation a priority, and now have a matter of weeks to secure accommodation. Ethain Ni Fheargaill of Housing Rights NI and NUS President Ellen Fearon are live with Linda to chat commo…
 
Reporting from Door County , Wisconsin, correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Meredith Coulson-Kanter, innkeeper at the historic White Gull Inn , which has been catering to guests in Fish Creek since 1896. Next up is a visit with Martine and Edgar Anderson, owners of Fragrant Isle , the Midwest’s largest lavender farm located on Washington Island.…
 
On this episode, Jim was joined by Gav Logan from Fright Club NI and BanterFlix's very own Victoria Brown as they chatted about One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Milos Forman's 1975 film adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel is a comically sharp indictment of the Establishment urge to conform. Playing crazy to avoid prison work detail, manic free spirit R…
 
Following a successful program, a group of wild beavers on the River Otter in East Devon have been given permission to remain by DEFRA. Charlotte Smith hears from one of the people behind the scheme, whilst wrestling with a truculent smoke detector! Wild camping will be banned in Dartmoor National Park from Friday with officials saying that the amo…
 
Carol and Christian Ash share tales of their Kick Ash coffee house in Ellison Bay, Wisconsin. In the midst of COVID-19 their business, in addition to serving killer coffee and gluten-free pastries, has become a community gathering spot via their remote workplace with high-speed Internet. Come along and join the conversation as correspondent Tom Wil…
 
Slow Living Chat #1 Dreaming of autumn & garden woes Support the podcast on Patreon & get access to extra vlogs & audios! https://www.patreon.com/beckyocole Mentioned items: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/beckyocole My website: https://www.beckyocole.com My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beckyocole/ My Natural Skincare e-Course https://www.bec…
 
’The unity conversation needs to be open, transparent, and let's keep open minds, because we need to flesh out what Irish unity would look like and what the UK union would look like’ Ian Marshall is a beef farmer, a former dairy farmer, and was president of the Ulster Farmers Union from 2014 to 2016. But more significantly he was until earlier this…
 
Karen Berndt, owner of Harbor Fish Market & Grille in Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin talks about the reasons why the historic business is thriving in the midst of COVID-19. A combination of ample outdoor dining and a dedicated staff, attentive to proper social/health protocol are essential aspects of their success in maintaining a viable business. Samue…
 
Terry Kane is a senior executive at Facebook living in Dubai where he heads up the marketing strategy for the Middle East, Africa and Turkey regions for all Facebook's platforms and services. As if his 20-years experience in tech wasn't enough, he's also an avid participant of various sports including Gaelic Games, Surfing, Snowboarding and has com…
 
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