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Since so many of our listeners are from the British Isles, I thought it would be entertaining to take a look at haunted Ireland. We'll explore castles, buildings, and outdoor areas that are reputed to be haunted throughout Ireland. Listen in to see if we cover one you know about, or call in with one you know about and we haven't covered!! Should be an educational, fun and exciting show!! Join us this Thursday, October 9th at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK! See you there!
What role did the Irish play in the Transatlantic slave trade? Were the Irish ever enslaved or slave owners?
Join my special guest, Dr. Maurice Gleeson for a compelling overview of Ireland and the Slave Trade.
Dr. Maurice Gleeson is a psychiatrist from Dublin who works in London as a pharmaceutical physician. He is an avid genealogist and has traced his Irish family tree back to about 1800 on half of his ancestral lines. Using DNA, he was able to get back into the 1600's on one line, and this inspired his interest in Ireland's involvement with the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Actors Zach Grenier and Marin Ireland, who will performing in Rockaway on Dec. 6, is our guest on this week's podcast with host Mark Healey.
Grenier, who has appeared in The Good Wife, Deadwood and Fight Club and Ireland, whose credits include Homeland, The Divide and Mildred Pierce.will be appearing in "Theater of War" an event which presents dramatic readings from Sophocles’ Ajax at Fort Tilden. Hosted by the Rockaway Theatre Company at the RTC’s Post Theater, the performance is part of Theater of War’s Soldiers and Citizens Tour.
The Rockaway production is also supported by Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.
Ajax recounts the tragedy of the suicide of a great, respected warrior. It is translated, directed and facilitated by Bryan Doerries. TOW notes the work “read(s) like textbook descriptions of wounded warriors, struggling under the weight of psychological and physical injuries to maintain their dignity, identity, and honor.”
Come with Travel Brigade on a classic Irish journey in County Waterford. We’ll tour the factory where world-famous Waterford Crystal is made and learn about the history of Ireland’s oldest city. We’ll travel the beautiful coastline on the southeast corner of the Emerald Isle and then head inland to the beautiful valleys and friendly people in the towns of Lismore and Cappoquin. We’ll also talk about places you can stay in the area that will let you slow down and enjoy the countryside. Enjoy the trip!
this Wednesday night 10/1/14 at 8 pm I'll be chatting with David McGrath from the band IRELAND - Based out of Boston ,Mass.
Ireland the band..
Formed in the winter of 2013 with the idea of blending all phases of Irish music into a kick ass show.
One person was heard to have said it's like listening to the Wolfe tones jamming with the chieftains.
Irish music is all about the craic and the culture that is infused with every note that's played and sung.
When you attend our shows leave your troubles at the door and come on in.
Your sure to leave with a smile on your face!!!
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As part of the 2012 Napoleon Hill Foundation Certification trip we will be visiting The Fermanagh Lakeland. They are a stunning jewel in Northern Ireland’s crown. From underground caves to skyscraping mountains, the county’s breathtaking scenery envelops you with every step.
Offering a range of attractions and activities there is so much to offer the visitor. Take time to visit the world famous Belleek Pottery, the County Museum or one of our stately homes. Try your hand at canoeing the magical waters of Lough Erne as you watch the swans go by or climb to the top of the Maghoo cliffs to see one of the most magnificent view points in Ireland.
The historic Enniskillen should be on your list of must see destinations. As one of the most celebrated craft and cultural centres in Ireland, the vibrant streets of this island town will capture you straight away. Take time to discover The Buttermarket Craft & Design Centre which houses sixteen art and craft stores. Enniskillen is alive with a great variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and bistros and home to Blake’s of the Hollow, one of the most famous traditional pubs in Ireland; the town proudly welcomes visitors and locals alike.
Fermanagh is home to the Aughakillymaude Mummers – Mumming is Ireland’s oldest surviving theatrical tradition involving straw masked performers enacting some of Irelands legends.
Fermanagh’s adventures are not all above ground, there’s a whole subterranean world to explore! The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark boast one of the finest show caves, allowing visitors to discover a fascinating world of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.
ReCap of the Paranormal Investigation at Northern State Mental Hospital Farm & Cemetery, and Then my Audioverture to One of my FaAvVe Shows of ALL TIME, "Northern Exposure"! Looks to be Seeming like there May just be a Book & Dvd set coming out from Www.ReturnToCicely.Com via Darren Burroughs / "Ed Chigliak". I'll geek out about this even if I end up geeking out alone.
Darrel Pierson with Northern Paranormal Investigations in Vancouver will join Dave to discuss all things paranormal about Vancouver. Their website is chock full of information on the team.You can email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for help on a case, to share a paranormal story or just to comment on one of their many blogs and articles.
Join me and my panel as we discuss the final US Men's National Team match of 2014 as they fly over to the U.K. and take on the Republic of Ireland
Daryl and Taylor discuss the USA's epic 4-1 defeat to Ireland on Tuesday night by proposing some radical solutions to the problems present on the pitch. The guys do this by answering numerous listener questions about the USMNT's latest loss, and present ideas like putting Matt Besler into hypersleep. Youre welcome, US Soccer Federation!