Bryan and Anderson review Ridley Scott's first of the year in The Last Duel, an arthouse film called Lamb, the controversial documentary FAUCI and a brilliant Irish flick called Dating Amber which was once had a better title that was Beards. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Featured Artists: Hank and Her Ponies Anderson's Video Review of The Last Duel Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. CONECT WITH US: Instagram: @AndersonAndBryan Facebook.com/TheFilmVault Twitter: @TheFilmVault HAVE A CHAT WITH ANDY HERE ATTY & ANDY: DIRECTED BY A FOUR-YEAR-OLD Subscribe Atty and Andy's Youtube Channel Here THE COLD COCKLE SHORTS RULES OF REDUCTION MORMOAN THE CULT OF CARANO Please Give Groupers a Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score Here Please Rate It on IMDB Here The Blu-ray, US The Blu-ray, International Groupers is now available on these platforms. On Amazon On Google Play On iTunes On Youtube On Tubi On Vudu Flickfessions: The Last Duel Lamb Fauci Dating Amber
Zoe Adjonyoh's fascination with Ghanaian cuisine began as an exploration of personal identity (she grew up in the U.K., the child of a Ghanaian father and Irish mother), expanded to a focus of culinary travel, and flowered into a series of London-based businesses--pop-ups, supper clubs, a restaurant, and a book, Zoe's Ghana Kitchen. On this, the publication day of the first US edition of her book, Zoe joins Andrew to discuss her passion for her work, how it fits into the relatively recent effort to codify Ghanaian cuisine, and how she mingles the universal and the personal in her outlook and recipes.Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information.(photo of Zoe by Lateef Okunnu)
We're going to let you in on some secrets about your baby that will help those days and nights go a little bit smoother. This week we are talking about: The easiest way to get your car seat installed correctly. The most important things you can do each day to keep your baby's sleep on track, no matter how crazy the day gets. Being intentional with routines, especially when our kids' hearts are open for instruction. How one company is problem-solving through onesies. Your calls: How do I keep my Irish twin toddlers in their rooms, in their beds and out of mine? What can I do to maintain good sleep habits when my 2 year old is sick with an ear infection? This episode is sponsored by: Bobbie organic infant formula: For 25% off your first box, use the code MOMSONCALL25. Dr. NozeBest: Use offer code MOMSONCALL for $25 off the NozeBot Nasal Aspirator at drnozebest.com. Resources mentioned on the show: 0-6 Month Basic Baby Care Book + Online Course Toddler Book + Online Course Have a question for the Moms? Call us and leave a message at 888-234-7979. As a thank you for being one of our first podcast listeners, save 20% on any product purchased through our website with the code PODCAST! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every day we're getting closer to Halloween....And that's why today you'll each receive a bone chilling multiple choice question to see if you'll be shocked... And just like times before... You'll have 30 seconds to discuss your answer...and no one in the room can help you. If you get it right, you're safe from a shock to the neck.. but if you're wrong, buckle up- because it's going to be a horror ride of electricity. Alexis- "Guisin" is the Scottish and Irish equivalent of which Halloween tradition? Bobbing for apples, carving pumpkins, or trick or treating? Brooke- What does the name Dracula mean? "Son of the Dragon," "King of the Bats," or "Father of the Night"? Jose- Transylvania is a region in what country? Austria, Romania or Germany? Jeffrey- What is the most popular Halloween costume for adults this year? Is it a vampire, ghost, witch, or character from Netflix's Squid Game?
Do you hate when people eat their popcorn really loudly? Or when the people behind you are having a full blown chat in the middle of the movie you've been dying to see? [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/19115531/Bernard_Cinemas_1910.mp3"][/audio] Comedian, Bernard O'Shea joined Dermot and Dave to share some of his thoughts on the Irish cinema experience and it sounds like he doesn't enjoy it that much. You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button.
In 2015, the world witnessed an Irish social revolution. In a historic referendum vote, the Republic of Ireland voted to extend the constitutional right to marriage to same-sex couples. Thirty years before, sex between men was illegal. From the 1970s, LGBT rights activists advocated tirelessly for decriminalization, fair treatment laws, protection from discrimination, and, most recently, marriage equality. In one of the most Catholic countries in the world, it was never easy. In her book The History of Marriage Equality in Ireland: A Social Revolution Begins (Manchester UP, 2020), Sonja Tiernan charts the long road to the 2015 referendum in one of Ireland's most recent civil rights movements. Join us as we chat about Constitutional Conventions, the power of social media, the so-called “Pantigate,” and that overwhelming moment on May 22, 2015 when the people of Ireland said “Yes” to marriage equality. Avrill Earls is the Executive Producer of Dig: A History Podcast (a narrative history podcast, rather than interview-based), and an Assistant Professor of History at Mercyhurst University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law
In 2015, the world witnessed an Irish social revolution. In a historic referendum vote, the Republic of Ireland voted to extend the constitutional right to marriage to same-sex couples. Thirty years before, sex between men was illegal. From the 1970s, LGBT rights activists advocated tirelessly for decriminalization, fair treatment laws, protection from discrimination, and, most recently, marriage equality. In one of the most Catholic countries in the world, it was never easy. In her book The History of Marriage Equality in Ireland: A Social Revolution Begins (Manchester UP, 2020), Sonja Tiernan charts the long road to the 2015 referendum in one of Ireland's most recent civil rights movements. Join us as we chat about Constitutional Conventions, the power of social media, the so-called “Pantigate,” and that overwhelming moment on May 22, 2015 when the people of Ireland said “Yes” to marriage equality. Avrill Earls is the Executive Producer of Dig: A History Podcast (a narrative history podcast, rather than interview-based), and an Assistant Professor of History at Mercyhurst University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
Anne is a singer, songwriter and community stalwart living in Miltown Malbay not too far away from me here in County Clare on the wild west coast of Ireland. Anne took up the guitar in her 60s and since then has created and released 2 albums. It might be no surprise that music was calling Anne given her family background. She grew up in Co Kildare in the same household as two famous Irish folk musicians, Luka Bloom and Christy Moore. Anne is hugely respected in her community as a real force for love and courage. This episode was originally created for my other podcast, the Creative Souls of Clare podcast, and it got a great response so I thought Love and Courage listeners might enjoy it too. It was recorded over Zoom during one of the lockdown periods so the video version is also available if you just look up Anne Rynne Creative Souls of Clare.
John Carty is one of Ireland's best loved musicians. His unique style of fiddle and banjo playing has been lauded internationally for many years. John is a true gentleman of the tradition, and his impish humour is reflected in his incredible playing and exquisite variations and ornamentation. www.johncartymusic.net Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to We're Not F***ing Historians, your alternative guide to Irish history! This week, Brian Boru and his stag do roll into town.Brian was one of Ireland's most successful and unifying monarchs. But it didn't end well. Shane and Hazel talk about Brian's pub crawl of death, Bono's performance at his coronation, and how he saved Ireland from Carlsberg.We'll be releasing new shows every Tuesday! Keep your eyes peeled, your ears pinned back, and your Guinesses chilled and subscribe now so that you never miss an episode.**Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For the last several years of his career, comedian Ricky Velez has been best known as Pete Davidson's best friend, both in real life on on-screen in ‘The King of Staten Island.' Now, he is grabbing the spotlight for himself in his new hour-long HBO special called ‘Here's Everything.' It's his first time ever performing stand-up on TV and, as the title suggests, he holds nothing back. In this episode, Velez talks about how growing up half-Irish, half-Puerto Rican in Queens made racism a foreign concept, how his gig as a contributor on Larry Wilmore's ‘Nightly Show' led to beef with Bill Nye the Science Guy, and what he's learned about fame and unwanted attention from SNL's Davidson. Follow Ricky Velez on Instagram @rickyvelezFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Johanne O'Halleron is a Success Coach for Mums who want to figure out what direction they want to go in life outside of the corporate world and how to make it happen. You read that correctly; Mums. Johanne is Irish; if you're a lover of global relationships like I am, you'll love listening to Johanne speak! She also has wonderful nuggets of wisdom for you to take in.
James Tunney, LLM, is an Irish barrister who has lectured on legal matters throughout the world. He is a poet, a scholar, and author of The Mystery of the Trapped Light: Mystical Thoughts in the Dark Age of Scientism plus The Mystical Accord: Sutras to Suit Our Times, Lines for Spiritual Evolution; also Empire of … Continue reading "AE: The Forgotten Mystic with James Tunney"
Irish Illustrated Insider takes its initial look at the rival Trojans, the oddity of their road successes, and offers a prognosis for the season's second half. - Sign up for our FREE Notre Dame Newsletter - Check out our YouTube channel - Like us on Facebook - Follow us on Twitter: @timprister @KevinSinclair_ @timomalleyND @jfreeman58 @TomLoy247 - Go VIP - One Month for Only $1
Biddy Early was an absolute legend in her own right. She shows us what resilience is, in the face of an oppressor. Her ability to heal people drew people to her. Of particular interest to us is whether she spoke the Irish language. Her Wikipedia entry states: With her family and friends she spoke Irish, … Podcast 134: Biddy Early the Clare Legend with Balor Otherworld Read More » The post Podcast 134: Biddy Early the Clare Legend with Balor Otherworld first appeared on Bitesize Irish.
BlueandGold.com's beat reporter Tyler Horka joins Darin Pritchett of WSBT Sports Radio to kick off USC week. They guys look at the schedule ahead, including how Notre Dame will approach it via the quarterback position.
The United Rugby Championship is up and running, and judging by some press releases Eoin has seen, it's off to a flyer. We note the increased profile terrestrial television has given it, but there are also some things that might need to change in Irish rugby if the only domestic league available to us is to succeed, and whether that might end up being a pretty good result for us. We thank our Berlin super-fans one more time for our week over there with thanks to Aer Lingus, and there's also Connacht's grievances over refereeing decisions which might have gone another way in Thomond Park on Saturday evening.
This week, Niamh goes over the vicious "Slenderman Stabbings". There have been countless nods in the media to this case, but we need to remember that this was all very real, and Payton Leutner nearly died due to two girls being scared that an internet monster was going to kill their whole family- unless they offered a sacrifice. Sources:WikiAbc news go.com(2 articles)Archive.jsonline.comNewsweek.comNPR.orgNytimes.comOprahdaily.comBBC.comMercury news.comHBO documentary. Leaving Home Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Seán Rocks is joined by Chris Morash, poet John O'Donnell and Brendan Kennelly's publisher and friend Neil Astley in celebrating the life and work of Brendan Kennelly and a celebration of the life and work of the influential Irish language poet, Máire Mhac an tSaoi with Louis De Paor, Moya Cannon and Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin.
Narrator John Lee delivers a well-constructed, ably paced, and stylish performance of John Banville's elegantly written mystery. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Alan Minskoff discuss Lee's Irish intonations that help bring the characters to life. Lee's portrayal of the garrulous pathologist, Quirke, sets the tone. Quirke and his Austrian wife are vacationing in San Sebastian, Spain, when he sees a woman named April—long thought to be murdered years ago. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Harlequin Audio. Listeners can enjoy Homer's THE ILIAD, translated by Ian Johnston, and narrated by Anton Lesser, on AudioFile's Audiobook Break podcast. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic Podcast comes from Blackstone Publishing, publisher of bestselling and award-winning books and audiobooks by fantastic writers and narrators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Well, I suppose this will blow the lid off who the host's favorite current player is! No matter - join Alex as he breaks down the awe-inspiring career of the program-first, unflappable Avery Davis. Who, despite being one of the very best at his position in the country, has played multiple spots for the Irish, wherever he's been asked and whatever it took, all for your Irish. Enjoy this one about a modern pillar of the program!
This week Patrick covers the best in Irish and International history publications for October 2021. Books covered on the show include: 'Bretons and Britons: The Fight for Identity' with Barry Cunliffe, 'Dwellers in the Shadows: A Life of Ivor Gurney' with Kate Kennedy, 'To Rule the Skies: General Thomas S. Power and the Rise of Strategic Air Command in the Cold War' with Brent D. Ziarnick, 'When America Stopped Being Great: A History of the Present' with Nick Bryant and 'The Light of Days: Women Fighters of the Jewish Resistance' with Judy Batalion.
Can the company that feeds the world beef burgers lead hospitality in reaching net zero? That's what McDonald's hopes to do as they lay out their Plan for Change 2021. With 1400 restaurants, over 23,000 British and Irish farmers and four million customers visiting them every day, will it be enough? Or is it just a drop in the ocean? McDonald's strategy will result in a number of sustainability-oriented improvements in four key areas: Planet, People, Restaurants, and Food. We'll be taking a look at each one of these, in addition to discussing the challenges the fast-food giant will face. Kate Andrews is joined by a panel of three guests to discuss this and more: Duncan Baker, Conservative MP for North Norfolk. Giles Gibbons, founder and CEO, Good Business. Beth Hart, Vice President Supply Chain and Brand Trust at McDonald's. This podcast is sponsored by McDonald's.
Welcome to the latest episode of Knead to Know — your go-to podcast getting to the bottom of baking trends, baking entertainment, and more! Listen as Gina Brazão, a learning baker, pairs up with professional chef Gemma Stafford and her years of expertise to ask the questions everyone wants to know when it comes to the world's favorite pastime. Here's what on this brand new episode:The Healthful Cupcake — Cupcake brand Sprinkles has announced a new health-forward cupcake with matcha cake and yuzu frosting! How do our hosts feel about a healthful cupcake?Frostings — Can't talk about cupcakes without talking about frostings, and which are the best, and how much is too much!Favorite Cocktails — Yes, a bit of a diversion from baking, but Gemma loves a good cocktail and Gina is here to learn. Find out which celebrity is selling her own mixers now!Favorite Holiday Pies & Desserts — It's never to early to talk about favorite holiday pies and desserts. Ask Gemma — Great questions this week! Including topics about no-bake cookie crusts, fondant, and more.A Grain Of Salt — German Chocolate Cake, Fruit Cake, and more!Fans: please rate and review! If you leave a 5-star review, it might be read on the next episode!Get more Bigger Bolder Baking and the Bold Baking Network!Website: www.biggerbolderbaking.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/GemmaStaffordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiggerBolderBakingInstagram: www.instagram.com/biggerbolderbakingTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@biggerbolderbakingWe'd love to feature your brand! Contact email@example.com for advertising and sponsorship opportunities with the subject “K2K Sponsor”ABOUT GEMMA STAFFORDGemma Stafford is an Irish-born chef, best-selling cookbook author, and host of the hit online baking show Bigger Bolder Baking. Gemma helps anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere with her chef-tested recipes and techniques that take the fear out of baking. Her videos have been viewed more than 350 million times and she has more than 8 million fans (“Bold Bakers”) online. She has been featured on numerous TV shows and as a guest judge on the Food Network's Best Baker in America and Nailed It! on Netflix. Every day Gemma connects with her millions of fans online via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and her website www.biggerbolderbaking.com. She lives in Santa Monica, California with her husband and producer, Kevin, new baby, George, and dog, Waffles.ABOUT THE BOLD BAKING NETWORKThe Bold Baking Network is your #1 authority for everything baking. The Network is led by Chef Gemma Stafford, co-creator & host of Bigger Bolder Baking, and co-creator & Executive Producer Kevin Kurtz. Our mission is to bring you the most diverse voices from baking experts and enthusiasts to help anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere. Our purpose is to bring YOU #baking #bakingpodcast #mochi #cupcakes #cocktails #pies
Michael Davitt GACIn October 2006 and again in August 2021 I was asked to give a talk on Michael Davitt to the members of Davitts GAC on the Falls Road as part of the Davitts Culture, Sport and History Weekend. I enjoyed the craic. My thanks to Chairperson Tommy Shaw, Terry Park and others for a good evening. The Future of Moore StreetLast Thursday the relatives of the Signatories of the 1916 Proclamation of the Republic and the Moore Street Preservation Trust launched their detailed plan for the protection of the 1916 Moore Street Battlefield site and for its development as a historic cultural quarter. They were joined at the launched by many of those, including … and Mary Lou McDonald TD and others who have campaigned against the developer led proposal for the area that has been produced by British company Hammerson.Tony McMahonThe great Tony McMahon has died. A musician and broadcaster Tony was one of the giants of traditional music. His music on the button accordion was passionate, deeply Irish, poignant, uplifting and spiritual.
Jessica Smetana joins to discuss the happenings around the country during Notre Dame's bye week (including the win against Purdue looking a little better after the result in Iowa City) and take a look at the second half of the season for the Irish.
Well in this fine podcast I discuss: The joy of mispronouncing Irish peoples first names, my favorite pub on planet earth (that's here in Dublin!), Red Eye flights, visiting my grandmothers house and the ZUNGA - the man thong of brazen Brazilian men worldwide
The lads were still in the ground when recording a very quick reaction to 3 vital points for Lee Johnson's men - before rushing away to catch a flight home!What's the craic?How did they think the Lads performed today?How did the crowd perform today?What time is their flight back?HAWAY THE LADS #SAFC #EFL #LeagueOne See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When western troops overthrew Saddam Hussein, the argument was that this would turn Iraq from a dictatorship into a democracy. And they have indeed held elections there; the latest vote for a new Iraqi parliament took place last Sunday. Yet when it comes to actually voting, tribal and religious affiliation appear to have trumped any ideological leanings, and with a heavy dose of apathy and disillusionment thrown in, says Lizzie Porter. As with Iraq, Japan also faces much disillusionment with democratic politics. The last election saw only a little over half the voting population turn out, and it's not hard to see why: in almost every single contest, the same party has won. Now, the Liberal Democrat Party has chosen a new leader, and he automatically became interim prime minister, pending a general election later this month. It is an election nobody expects him to lose, but was the country's new leader welcomed with great excitement and fanfare? Hardly, says Rupert Wingfield-Hayes: According to mythology, Rome was founded by a pair of twins who had been raised by wolves. But Romulus and Remus might have been surprised to know that in the early Twenty First Century, the “eternal city” would have wild wolves spotted near its airport. Meanwhile wild boars and other animals have been stalking the streets, feasting on the rubbish that sits uncollected. It's all just one sign of the extent to which Rome has not been particularly well run in recent years, maladministration and the mafia making easy bedfellows. Tomorrow, Romans will have the chance to choose a new mayor, hoping they save the city from this plight. Italian politics is, of course, often rather colourful, and the two remaining candidates in this contest are a radio star with links to the far right, and a former Economics Minister, who has attempted to seduce voters by serenading them with a bit of bosa nova guitar. Watching this spectacle is long-term Rome resident, Joanna Robertson. Someone once said that when it came to British politics, there had only been three issues in recent elections: Brexit, Brexit and Brexit. This was not a subject that other countries necessarily wanted to focus on, most governments having enough challenges of their own to think about. Yet, for the Republic of Ireland, the UK's rows over Europe were always going to make their mark; the country has so much trade with Britain, as well as an open border with Northern Ireland. Emma Vardy says that the latest developments in the Brexit saga, have left Irish people exasperated, and also rather sad. It was the writer William Faulkner who famously said “The past is never dead. It's not even past.” That's something which another writer, Colin Freeman, discovered, when he visited Ukraine this month. He was there to hear about a new memorial and museum for the “Babi Yar” massacre, an atrocity which took place in 1941. German Nazi occupiers shot dead more than thirty thousand Jews there, and later, would use the same site to kill gay people, prisoners of war, and the mentally ill - some of the worst mass shootings in human history. Plans for a new museum about the massacres have been underway for some time, but it's a development, which Colin Freeman say,s tells us much about present day Ukraine, as well as about the moment in history being commemorated.
Some people say, that if you catch a leprechaun, he will lead you to a pot of gold. Listen to Irish storyteller Kate Corkery, to see if Molly can get her granny a pot of gold? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As Marty Morrissey once said; ''Oh Holy Moses!!'' Irish commentators have brought us some of the best moments in Irish sporting history, but do they have them already planned? [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/15122536/AMA_Oisin_151.mp3"][/audio] In the hot seat for Ask me Anything this week it's the turn of Sports Commentator, Oisin Langan. Oisin joined Dermot and Dave to chat about the tricks of the trade and just how much research they do before a game. You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button.
Late night host, podcaster, comedian, and legend Conan O'Brien joins Jameela this week to discuss the early days of making Late Night with Conan O'Brien, being 100% Irish, dealing with anxiety and the benefits of cognitive therapy, discovering his depression, getting happier as he gets older, what he wants to do next, and more. Plus, they share the best and worst sex advice they've ever received/given! You can follow Conan on Instagram & Twitter @teamcoco And listen to Conan's podcast - Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend: https://podcasts.apple.com/tt/podcast/conan-obrien-needs-a-friend/id1438054347 You can find transcripts for this episode on the Earwolf website. I Weigh has amazing merch - check it out at podswag.com Jameela is on Instagram @jameelajamilofficial and Twitter @Jameelajamil And make sure to check out I Weigh's Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube for more!
Today's Buffalo Trace Distillery started out 164 years ago when Daniel Swigert started making whiskey on the banks of the Kentucky River. His distillery didn't really have a name back then, and the site's had many names over the years as part of its history...one that includes legendary names like Taylor, Stagg, Blanton, and Lee. F. Paul Pacult's latest book, "Buffalo, Barrels, & Bourbon" dives deeply into that history, and he joins us on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the news, tariff talks between the U.S. and the European Union are coming down to the deadline again, and that has Bourbon makers nervous. Distillers in Ireland are proposing to update the legal standards for Irish Whiskey, and the world's oldest whisky goes on the auction block.
Gunfire erupted on the streets of Beirut on Thursday, killing six people. The violence erupted when armed supporters of Shiite militant and political groups, Hezbollah and Amal, marched through a Christian neighborhood in protests against the judge presiding over the August blast investigation. And police say a bow-and-arrow attack in Norway Wednesday night in which a man is suspected of killing five people appears to be an "act of terror.” It's the worst attack in Norway since Anders Breivik, the far-right extremist who killed 77 people in 2011. Plus, The World remembers Irish musician Paddy Moloney, master of the uilleann pipes, slide whistle and penny whistle, and co-founder of the Chieftains.
ESPN's Mike Golic Jr. joins the podcast to discuss Notre Dame's offensive line improvement against Virginia Tech, if it's sustainable for the rest of the season, how Tyler Buchner helps the Irish offense, who he'd start at quarterback, how his offensive line in 2012 managed shared time between QBs Everett Golson and Tommy Rees, the impact Chris Watt made as a graduate assistant last season, what a team gains from winning so many close games and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen make predictions for the rest of the season in "Place Your Bets" (27:47) before answering questions from Twitter (37:42).
Irish Illustrated Insider offers its choices for surprises--good and bad--examines Notre Dame's approach to the much-needed bye and predicts who might break out as the second half commences. -Sign up for our FREE Notre Dame Newsletter -Check out our YouTube channel -Like us on Facebook -Follow us on Twitter: @timprister @KevinSinclair_ @timomalleyND @jfreeman58 @TomLoy247 -Go VIP - One Month for Only $1
Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood was first settled by Irish and German immigrants who were soon supplanted by a large influx of Czech immigrants. They gave the neighborhood its name but it's known today for its Mexican and Mexican American population who first began moving in during the 50s and 60s. Pilsen continued to be a port of entry for decades and since then, many have fought to maintain the neighborhood's identity, culture, and its community. In this episode we answer several questions about Pilsen's history -- about the role murals have played in creating that sense of community, how the people rose up and came together to fight for a new high school, and how residents of Pilsen took a Chicago housing peculiarity and made it their own.
After four years, you think you know someone. But what if you woke up one day to discover that your best friend is an international con artist – and that she's scammed you out of your life savings? That's what happened to Johnathan Walton, and he's been out to set the record straight and protect future victims of his one-time best friend, Marianne Smyth. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Stop roving. Start listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Ciana, The Glory Reel, Eira, Willowgreen, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Devils Water, Jen Midkiff, Amelia Hogan, Dustin Cooper, Bill Mullen, Mickey Coleman, Dom Duff, Plunk Murray, Niteworks, Gaelynn Lea I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, buy the albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow the artists on streaming, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. 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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:05 - Ciana "The Mill House / Mason's Apron" from Cíana 3:53 - WELCOME 4:55 - The Glory Reel "The Repeal of the Union" from The Glory Reel 8:51 - Eira "Mo Churachan" from Eira 13:02 - Willowgreen "O' Carolan's Receipt" from Willowgreen 16:01 - Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer "Jiggle the Old Bones" from Sleep Deprivation 20:47 - FEEDBACK 26:19 - Devils Water "Three Crows Flew / Lang Stayed Away" from Treading the Marches 30:29 - Jen Midkiff "Inis Siar/Slane/O Waly Waly Medley" from All in Good Time 35:02 - Amelia Hogan "No Irish Need Apply" from Transplants: From the Old to the New 39:55 - Dustin Cooper "An Dro, And Le Laridé" from So Many Strings, So Little Time 42:40 - Bill Mullen "Wild Rover" from The Beginning 46:11 - THANKS 47:18 - Mickey Coleman "Holylands Belfast" from Carefully Crafted 50:18 - Dom Duff "Buan yann buan" from Babel pow wow 53:53 - Plunk Murray "Rocky Road to Dublin" from Another Drink 57:16 - Niteworks "Poor Ben feat. Donald Macdonald" from Niteworks 1:01:35 - CLOSING 1:02:45 - Gaelynn Lea "The Parting Glass / Brenda Stubbert's Reel" from The Songs We Sing Along the Way The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a Celtic musician and podcaster. This show is dedicated to the independent Celtic musicians. Please support these artists. Share the show with your friends. And find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. I'm looking for some good stories to share on our companion podcast. Pub Songs & Stories is a Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music. If you have a story that you'd like to share about a song, from a gig, or maybe even just a piece of Celtic history that you love. Drop me an email. Put “Pub Story” in the show subject. Tell me about your story. Maybe I'll ask you to record your story for the show. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. And if you pledge $5 or more per episode, you'll also get the all new music-only episodes. I introduce the show, play non-stop music for nearly an hour, and then close the show. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends: Dan mcDade, Samir Malak, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson Designs, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Shawn Cali You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Bengston emailed: "Flight to Tucson canceled. Sitting at Reagan airport in DC waiting for replacement airplane to fly back to Tucson. Listening to episode 513, very relaxing" PETER BENGSTON FLIGHT CANCELED Mary L Deal emailed: "Hi Marc, I forgot to tell you that my mom and I went to Ireland back in 1994. We loved it. Got drunk and then got lost in Dublin... At night. We only got to see the southern towns all the way around the Southern portion. Beautiful places all over. We met a gal Bartender from Boston who went over there and hasn't left. I have your CD that has the resterant on it. Irish Dring Songs? Brodignagian Bards I think. I just love it. My daughter loves it too. She had seen a gentleman who told the story of "an Irish Christmas". You make it. I think your family might too. it's wonderful. Slainte," Ken Katen sent you a message on Patreon: "Hi, Marc - Listening to your Love of Planet Earth (#491- I'm catching up on my music podcasts), I thought it was well past time that I thank you for so many years of WONDERFUL Irish & Celtic music. I've been listening to your podcast since very nearly the beginning, sometimes more religiously than others. Sure, it's been grand to hear - and now to get to see a bit of - you, how you and your family have grown and, even tho we've never met face to face, I feel like I know you, just a bit. I remember when you moved (from Texas?) to New Orleans, when you met your LadyLove, and when your wee daughter needed such a grievous surgery (I believe I lit a candle). I hope you all are doing fine, and I'm glad I can help you here at Patreon. I wish I could do more, but I'm supporting a few artists here and [buying] music when I can. One of my favoritest memories, from many years ago now, is of bombing along the dirt ‘backcountry' roads of Joshua Tree National Park, in my then-new 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid AWD, windows up to keep the dust out, a/c on and your podcast playing LOUD. That show was one when you played a pub-ish song (I think one of yours) that was a paen to Joss Whedon, over whom you also rhapsodized before & after the song. I'd tried “Firefly,” it hadn't resonated, but you convinced me to give it another try. By the second episode I was intrigued, by the third I'd fallen hopelessly in love, both with Serenity and her crew (WHAT? only 14 episodes??!!) and with all things Whedon. I had my own grievous surgery/recovery awhile after that, and I loaded up my Netlix CD queue with Angel, based on its description of a troubled vampire trying to navigate his way through the modern world, and when I realized it was a Buffy spinoff, I went back and started watching Buffy until Angel spun off, then watched them in airing order (compulsive engineer here) until they both wrapped up. And since then, Dollhouse, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (well, a lot of it, anyway) - he's so darn [prolific]. I'm not sure whether to say “Thank you” or “Curse ye.” ;) And along the way, I've learned so much about Celtic history and culture from listening to your show - Italian Celts - who knew?? Your taste and selections have grown more and more discerning, and the old favorites come around again too, and I'm always a sucker for a beautiful ballad or a stirring dance instrumental. And your commitment to showcasing diversity in the Celtic music world is outstanding - not only your women only shows, but now your commitment putting together a Pride show of LGBT+ artists. As a gay man myself, who went to the first ever Northern California Renaissance Pleasure Faire - in my defense, I WAS still in high school - and spent some time in my 20's hanging out with the SCA, I know we fae folk have always been a big, but more-or-less closeted part of the re-creationist/Celtic music and cultural world, which [can] present as overtly misogynistic and heterocentric. Just like in real life, sometimes, I guess. But closets are for kilts. And your hand made chain mail, if you've got it. So a big rainbow THANK YOU! .?? for all you're doing to bring out its beautiful diversity. All this has been a longwinded way (I'm Sicilian and Greek, so...) of saying “Thank you” for all the pleasure you've given me. Now that I'm retired, and locked down here in San Francisco, I plan to mark my calendar for the next Celtfather show. Once we're past this dratted Crown Virus thingy, p'raps I'll be able to join you on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, if you're still doing them. Bliadhna Mhath Ùr”