Season 3 Episode 4 sees the new pod HQ get its first visitors. Unfortunately the ultras weren't among them.... Gabs Ibitoye and Niall Saunders chat to Ross about their past year and a half, and how they both ended up in the rugby hotbed that is Tel Aviv.
You can curse us for jinxing this year only if you thank us for saving it. Topics include Dain's predictions for 2022, a new contender for longest question answer ever as we discuss the intricacies of navigating the "seeing multiple people" dilemma of modern dating, how to deal with the jealousy of other's success and looks and Niall brings a new batch of dating profiles all the way over from Ireland.
Joe and Niall return with NewsReal to discuss UK journalist Laura Dodsworth's State of Fear, a new book detailing how British authorities used mind control techniques to manipulate the population into following the government's every word on Covid; Dr. Robert Malone's final message on Twitter (about the documented harms of injecting mRNA 'vaccines' into children) before he was summarily booted off the platform; and Prof. Matias Desmet's theory of 'mass formation psychosis', which is gaining...
Ahead of the Christmas cooking preparation. Celebrity chief Catherine Fulvio from Ballyknocken House and Cookery Schooland joins Niall on the line to give you all the tips and tricks to make you Christmas dinner one to remember! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the final part of the trilogy of the Nialler9 Best of the year podcasts, and as tradition, it's the one where and Niall and Andrea Cleary get loose. With wine and whiskey coffee in hand, we nominate winners in increasingly esoteric categories, aka shoe-horn things into an episode so we can talk about them. What was the best sax solo of 2021? What were our favourite live gigs? Best song discovered in a film? Biggest dose? Most disappointing album of 2021? A trend you wish would go away? Best rap guest verse(s) aka The Andre 3000 award? Best cover song? Best music film? Plus, our chance to completely talk Succession spoilers and share our Discord community's end of the year poll results. It's the Nialler9 Podcast Awards. This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic. Onesonic have got Christmas discounts on all of their products including ANC headphones, bluetooth speakers and wireless earbuds @ Onesonic.com. Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app: Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS Feed Support Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content. The Albums of 2021 Podcast. The Songs of 2021 Podcast Songs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify Playlist Andrea has a Ghost newsletter Andrea's own podcast - My Favourite Album Subscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon. Previous podcast episodes
You may remember a month ago we spoke to Rachel Champ about her debilitating period pain. Rachel is speaking to Niall to give us an update. Rachel had to travel overseas to find out what exactly is the cause of it See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Breaking Barriers Through Conversations: The Making of the Vietnamese Boat People Podcast. Bonus Episode, Seven Million Bikes: a Saigon-based podcast hosted by Niall Mackay, originally from Scotland, who now lives in Saigon. The podcast shares experiences of people from all walks of life, who have a love and deep connection to Vietnam. Tracey Nguyen Mang, the founder and creator of the Vietnamese Boat People, chats with Niall about her family's background from Vietnam to America. She came to America as a refugee, only 3 years old at the time, and the youngest of seven children. After a modest and humble start in America, Tracey built a successful career in the corporate world, but she realized that while providing more for her children than she ever had, she was distancing them from the values that she had been brought up with. As Tracey became a mother, she wanted to know more about her history so she could share it with her children. So she bought a microphone, and sat with her parents and older siblings to record what they remembered. The stories enthralled her as she learned untold details of her family's escape. In this episode Tracey shares how 20 hours of family recordings led to the creation of the Vietnamese Boat People Podcast. For the full conversation between Niall and Tracey, visit Seven Million Bikes Podcast.
Jon and Niall are back one last time to review the crazy Home Sweet Home Alone. How crazy is it? So crazy they made Buzz seem good and made Ellie Kemper cry. https://www.thebatminute.com https://hedwigpodcast.com https://www.patreon.com/sleepycharliemedia
Ian and Niall take a look at the recent news as reported by the wrestling observer that Triple H's In Ring career may be over but what now for the King of Kings looking at the direction wwe is moving the timing may be right for the cerebral assassin to channel his energy elsewhere --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
Niall and Jon appreciate Kevin's penmanship, DC Cab, and an haute couture sundae. Fuller gets the big bed. The Plaza in-room dining https://www.thebatminute.com https://hedwigpodcast.com https://www.patreon.com/sleepycharliemedia
Many parents were speaking to Niall about how they police their teenagers phone. One parent spoke about how she has been made feel like a bad parent by her daughter because she asks to look at her phone. She says it is so difficult to navigate the arguments they have due to this. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Legislation guaranteeing the linguistic rights of Irish speakers has passed the final stage of the legislative process before becoming law. Julian de Spáinn General Secretary of Conradh Na Gaeilge joins Niall on the line now to discuss this. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon and Niall consider the origin story of the McCallister Batman villain and drag inspiration of Home Alone. Then the murders began. https://www.thebatminute.com https://hedwigpodcast.com https://www.patreon.com/sleepycharliemedia
Darren and Niall discuss the recent outbreak of the Omicron Variant of Covid and the impact its having on the Premier League as fixtures are getting postponed in an already congested period --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
Merry Christmas one and all. To celebrate, we've had a chat with one half of Scottish Misery Punks, Goodbye Blue Monday. There's discussions around their favourite band, a lot of mental health chat, terrible Christmas presents, an exclusive remix of a GBM classic, a dissection of The Real McKenzies, a Frank Turner discussion and lots of your questions. Sweary Santa's back, Niall's off watching live bands, Duco's injured playing extreme sports, Tom's actually alright for a change, is Die Hard a Christmas film? As the world falls apart around us, does that question even matter? Extra Christmassy tunes are from The Kunts, Mark Murphy & The Meds, Angry Itch, Macc Lads, The Home Alones and One Hidden Frame.
It's Christmas time. For normal people that means spending quality time with loved ones and reflecting on the year we leave behind us. For governments and their authoritarian followers, that means more lockdowns, more boosters, and more mandates - even as their rationale for keeping the pandemic going (new variants) is evaporating as the virus becomes endemic and mutates into a mild form. On this last NewsReal of 2021, Joe and Niall check in with the CDC and Fauci in the US, and the SAGE...
Niall drops his Player Ratings for Liverpool v Newcastle after a shaky start the reds run out winners what a goal from Trent --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
Darren and Niall drop their preview for this weekends Premier League fixtures with 50% of matches postponed should be an interesting weekend --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
On Episode 232 of the Enormocast, I meet up across the pond with fellow podcaster, Niall Grimes. Niall grew up during “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland and learned to climb on his local crags amid that terrible conflict. But as soon as he knew what was good for him, Niall moved the storied city of … Continue reading "Enormocast 232: Niall Grimes – The Language of Humor"
Niall drops a short show looking back at the career of Sergio Aguero as he announced his retirement from Football for Health reasons. What a Premier League legend he was --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
Niall drops his preview for the Premier League clash between Liverpool and Newcastle. Vital that the reds pick up the points with Man City smashing Leeds --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message
Dr Jeffery goes into detail about how dark energy and dark matter, two things he is researching extensively, are elusive and that astrophysicists know very little about it. The Dark Energy Survey is a project which he is part of that tries to map the distribution of dark energy in our universe. Dr Jeffrey also spoke about machine learning in the context of his research and how it is being used extensively throughout the projects he is working in.
Join the Seven Million Bikes Community.This episode has been remastered using AI technology - Enjoy!Thank you for listening to Seven Million Bikes, A Vietnam podcast. My name's Niall Mackay and I've been the host of this podcast since 2019, when we started as A Saigon Podcast. We set out to share the stories of people that lived in Saigon, because it's such a crazy energetic city. And there was so many interesting people here.As the podcast grew, we started to interview more and more people from across the world. The all have a connection to, and a love for Vietnam. So we hope if you're a regular listener, you've enjoyed these stories. And if you're new to the podcast, then enjoy this episode, which is from the archives. While we take a break after season seven.If you are new, then make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you get notifications for new episodes and check us out on Facebook and Instagram, YouTube and even Tik Tok. Enjoy this episode. Thanks for listening.After realising we were in the same quarantine facility online Mizuka reached out and connected with our WhatsApp group and Adrie on Instagram where they were following each others Stories from opposite buildings. After chatting for several days online Niall and Adrie finally met Mizuka in person, at a distance, on one of our walks.Born and raised in Saigon, with her parents still living here, Mizuka made the difficult decision to return to Vietnam from her final year of studies in the U.S. to be with her parents before she was locked out of Vietnam. Or her parents were locked out of the U.S.Her story is one of many similar yet unique stories around the world about how the rapid escalation of Covid-19 affected people. Did That Really Happen? A new comedy podcast from Seven Million BikesListen and Subscribe/FollowApple Podcasts / Spotify / Podcast Addict /
Catherine Cox from Family Carers Ireland is speaking to Niall. They have published today reviews of the Government's progress in implementing commitments made to family carers in the Programme for Government. The coalition has failed to fully deliver on any of it's commitments to date. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's part two of the trilogy of the Nialler9 Best of the year podcasts, and Niall and Andrea Cleary are talking their favourite songs of the year. We pick 10 songs each with a single crossover, and discuss songs from SZA, Self Esteem, Big Thief, Snail Mail, CMAT, Saint Sister, Overmono, BadBadNotGood and Andrea makes the case for Torres being wronged by the music lists. Support Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content. Next week, it's the Nialler9 Podcast Awards. Listen to the Albums of 2021 Podcast. This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic. Onesonic have got Christmas discounts on all of their products including ANC headphones, bluetooth speakers and wireless earbuds @ Onesonic.com. Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app: Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS Feed Songs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify Playlist Andrea has a Ghost newsletter Andrea's own podcast - My Favourite Album Subscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon. Previous podcast episodes
CEO of Fuels For Ireland Kevin McPartlan joins Niall on the line to discuss the rising fuel costs. #IrelandTalks See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Some families caring for relatives with disabilities have said a lack of respite services in the pandemic has left them struggling to cope. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jodi is speaking to Niall about her experience in the health system. She has now opted to go abroad to Poland as she was told there was a 52 week waiting list. Jodi is in excruciating pain and cannot wait this long. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wooly, Niall and Lee review the weekend's club games and discuss the football All Stars while Picky Maher joins on the line after Clough Ballacolla's win over Kilmacud Crokes.
Christine Duff is speaking to Niall. She has a fantastic Ted Talk where she speaks about "living with a label". Christine child has Autism and her wish is to help highlight the education and awareness on this topic through my experience with her son See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Get ready for murder, hilarity, and tales of New Orleans debauchery, as Niall Madden returns for an exploration of Humboldt County and the Victorian Village of Ferndale, CA. First up, It's "Damp Man in the Dark," as everything goes wrong for Mr. Wright in a 1902 cold-case murder. Next, Niall heads to The Big Easy for, "A New Orleans Covid Wedding," and then we go back to Ferndale and 1917 to discover that the Mr. Wright case, may not have been so cold after all. Kinda Murdery is Sponsored by Helladoge.com the social media platform that gives 80% of its profits back to its users on a daily basis in the form of DOGE COIN! All you gotta do is post, like, comment, follow, everything you already do, just way more fun. Get out of the hose game, get into the crypto game, and get that DOGE. HellaDoge. Show notes: (all timestamps are approximate) Helladoge.com (00:00-00:23) Mature Content Warning (00:23-:00:34) Emerald Triangle Theme (00:34-01:35) Welcome to Ferndale, Niall's Back! and The Balloon Framing the Victorian Firetrap (01:35-08:08) Damp Man in the Dark (08:08-44:52) A New Orleans Covid Wedding (44:52-51:15) Solving the Murder of Mr. Wright (51:15-57:47) End Credits (57:47-58:23) Don't forget to rate, review, follow and subscribe! Find us online at: https://audioboom.com/channels/5063037?page=2 Follow us on Twitter Instagram Facebook Credits: Kinda Murdery is Created, Researched, and Hosted by Zevon Odelberg Edited and Produced by Zevon Odelberg Theme by Niall Madden Art by The Djinn of Leng Intro Outro Credits by Xiao Hui If you'd like to advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this decade we may finally experience a true crack-up in higher education. There have been comparable periods on American college campuses in the past (in the 1960s and 1980s, for example). But our guest today, historian Niall Ferguson, believes what's happening now is on a whole other level. Niall is doing something about it […]
In this decade we may finally experience a true crack-up in higher education. There have been comparable periods on American college campuses in the past (in the 1960s and 1980s, for example). But our guest today, historian Niall Ferguson, believes what's happening now is on a whole other level. Niall is doing something about it -- he's starting a new university. Niall argues that parents -- who had enriching and intellectually diverse experiences when they went to college -- don't fully appreciate that their own children will experience something completely different when they go off to university. Niall Ferguson has taught at Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford and New York University. He's authored 17 books. He's currently at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University where he is the MIllbank Family Senior Fellow, and Managing Director of Greenmantle, a macroeconomic and geopolitical advisory firm. Order Niall's most recent book, “Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe” here: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/doom-niall-ferguson/1137713414 Learn more about the University of Austin here: https://www.uaustin.org/ Learn more about Greenmantle here: https://www.gmantle.com/ Email me with questions, comments and ideas at Dan@unlocked.fm.
In less than 12 months, Niall & his team have taken their nutrition company from idea stage to being stocked in over 800 stores nationwide & launching into America. Niall is the first ever EE Rising Star. Each season, I will pick entrepreneurs who are doing incredible things & are poised to be breakout stars in the next 12 months. Hear what secrets propelled their rapid growth, the bootstapper mentality they employed & his plan to dominate the American market. Thanks to Bay Street Innovation Find A Venue.ie, and Chapter for being my partners on Season 7.
The first of our two-part conversation with Naill Ferguson is on applied history's lessons of the 1920s and the 1970s…for the 2020s. Niall is a historian and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and he previously taught at Harvard, NYU and Oxford. He's the managing director of Greenmantle, a macroeconomic and geopolitical […]
The first of our two-part conversation with Naill Ferguson is on applied history's lessons of the 1920s and the 1970s...for the 2020s. Niall is a historian and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and he previously taught at Harvard, NYU and Oxford. He's the managing director of Greenmantle, a macroeconomic and geopolitical advisory firm. Niall is also the author of 17 books including “The Square and the Tower: Networks and Power, from the Freemasons to Facebook” and “Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe”.