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Jarlath Regan's Irishman Abroad Podcast has some great new content this week, from the Olympics, to an Irish NBA prospect Aidan Igiehon, to a bookstore in Letterfrack.
The Irish have always had the gift of the gab and love to tell a good story so it's little wonder that they've made some brilliant movies over the years.
"In the "Star Trek" universe Ireland had enjoyed a unified existence for more than 300 years.
Matt Damon tells Marc Maron's WTF podcast that he's considered moving to Ireland and continues heaping the praise on Dalkey.
The Derry Girls crew is finally getting ready to film its third season after a long pandemic delay.
Emily Ratajkowski's sponsorship of the Bantry Basketball Club will help the teams buy new kits and cover training expenses.
Following a social media post, eagle-eyed Swifties believe the star is hunkered down in Donegal.
Happy Birthday to George Bernard Shaw, the only person to have won both an Oscar and a Nobel Prize in Literature.
Infamous Lt Colonel George Custer loved to sing "Garryowen" when he and the 7th Cavalry massacred native American villages in the all-out campaign in the 1870s.
The rocky, uninhabited Co Kerry island was used as a location in two Star Wars movies, "The Force Awakens" and "The Last Jedi."
Florence Pugh plays an English nurse in 'The Wonder,' a post-Famine era movie filming in Ireland this summer.
Irish musician Dan Murphy, frontman for Hermitage Green, blew the Chicago-based news station WGN away with his mad beatboxing harmonica skills.
Pop sensation posts Instagram snap supporting MMA star saying “its about how you get back up”.
Review: "Containing more dramatic hooks than a bait and tackle shop, the first ten minutes of The Deceived set the tone for this delightfully overheated and over-the-top caper..."
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Another week of incredible podcasts from Irishman Abroad: books edition with Will De Búrca, Sonia O'Sullivan and chi running and the Martha Stewart scandal.
With the Olympic Games kicking off, we cast an eye over Ireland's medal hopefuls.
On July 30 show your friend, or as the Irish like to say 'cara', that you appreciate them with a present that they will cherish.
We've picked more Irish podcasts that we are sure you're going to love, from storytelling and comedy to practical well-being advice.
“When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” is one of the most recognizable and most beloved songs about the Irish that has ever been written.
Sinead O'Connor says on Twitter that "pathological liar" Ian Bailey "terrified" a female journalist after Sophie Toscan du Plantier's murder in West Cork.
Pierce Brosnan has been painting since 1987 and said that he will put some of his life's work on display in Los Angeles before the end of the year.
Filmed around Ireland and at famous Irish landmarks in Dublin and Tipperary, the movie chronicles one of France’s last legally sanctioned duels.
They set the Hollywood standards: they were talented, glamorous and influential. And they were Irish.
The Banshees of Inisherin is set to film off the west coast of Ireland later this summer and in search of paid extras.
The best Irish movies of all time
Little known tale of generous Turkish aid to the Irish during the Great Hunger
Jackie Kennedy's Doctor Feelgood shot her up before she met Queen
COVID live updates: Nearly 8 million vaccine doses administered on island of Ireland
Irish barman singing The Rare Auld Times will make your day
Irish blessings and sayings for International Day of Friendship
Irishman Abroad takes on the Olympics, chats with the "Irish Hulk"
How Jack B Yeats' “Liffey Swim” won an Olympic medal in 1924
Hundreds gather outside Temple Bar pub to protest teen skateboarder assault
The insurrection will not end until it is confronted