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No such thing as a fish is always good.

Football weekly and extra are superb. I occasionally listen to the world football phone in but they have so many irritating bastards. Just give Vickery a 45 minute show.
Alan Green's world football show is actually ok, for a **** I normally want to do time for.

Absolutely loved the genius of Mark Steel in town. Not sure if theyare all still available as podcasts. He does a few quality ones on history as well.


The Mr Bean podcast is class too.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

No such thing as a fish is always good.

Football weekly and extra are superb. I occasionally listen to the world football phone in but they have so many irritating bastards. Just give Vickery a 45 minute show.
Alan Green's world football show is actually ok, for a **** I normally want to do time for.

Absolutely loved the genius of Mark Steel in town. Not sure if theyare all still available as podcasts. He does a few quality ones on history as well.


The Mr Bean podcast is class too.

That's so true, there is some weird ****s that phone in to that podcast, I guess that's a symptom of the time of the morning it goes out at. Sometimes I feel like shouting get on with it at the fecking podcast in the car because it takes them so long to get a f**king question out. 
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Some of the documentary on 1 podcasts from RTE were great and on a wide range of subjects.

While not being into canoeing or cycling I really enjoyed canoe bike.

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Best podcast I've happened upon recently is Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. The 4 parter on WWI is the most epic thing I've ever heard. Blew my mind.

Other than that, it's The Guardian's Football Weekly/Extra, JRE, Duncan Trussell, TAW, The Corbett Report and Second Captains. Gave up on that Football Ramble one. The host thinks he's James Richardson and the rest try too hard to be funny.


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Originally posted by ShayGivensBum ShayGivensBum wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Cover every aspect of history. That must be one serious long podcast :)


About as long as your boring posts Tongue


That's harsh Sasa , you can't really say whether bald ricks posts are boring or interesting, you can't just discern something straight off, you need to evaluate, check both sides of the story , looks at it from both angles, nothing is exactly as it seems , things far away can seem smaller, you can't judge a book by its cover , ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Starting Serial now. Justice for Adnan.
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Bump

I’ve been listening to Peter Crouch and he is very good.
Refreshingly honest and seems a good guy.

Definitely worth a listen.

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West Cork Podcast is very good.
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Any one in to history should listen to Fin Dwyer's Irish History podcast. In-depth content covering the last 1500 years of our history. When you listen to it, you just have to laugh at some of the spoof we learned in school.

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is brilliant. Basically covers a topic over the course of 5 episodes. Wrath of Khan's (about Genghis Khan and the Mongols) and the WWI series are fantastic.

On the complete opposite end of the spectrum, The Magic Sponge is well worth listening to, especially the episodes with Graham Stack and Tony Warner, some of the stories are hilarious. Rob Beckett is one annoying c*nt though.
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Originally posted by heighway2heaven heighway2heaven wrote:

Best podcast I've happened upon recently is Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. The 4 parter on WWI is the most epic thing I've ever heard. Blew my mind.

Other than that, it's The Guardian's Football Weekly/Extra, JRE, Duncan Trussell, TAW, The Corbett Report and Second Captains. Gave up on that Football Ramble one. The host thinks he's James Richardson and the rest try too hard to be funny.



Just noticed you had already posted this in the thread. Cannot be over stated how good it is.
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by heighway2heaven heighway2heaven wrote:

Best podcast I've happened upon recently is Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. The 4 parter on WWI is the most epic thing I've ever heard. Blew my mind.

Other than that, it's The Guardian's Football Weekly/Extra, JRE, Duncan Trussell, TAW, The Corbett Report and Second Captains. Gave up on that Football Ramble one. The host thinks he's James Richardson and the rest try too hard to be funny.



Just noticed you had already posted this in the thread. Cannot be over stated how good it is.

sound! going to check this out! Clap
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I'll defo check out Hardcore Histories. Sounds very interesting. 

If you're in the market for lighthearted nonsense, then I can recommend Atletico Mince. The format is pretty simple, you have Bob Mortimer (of Shooting Stars fame) and Andy Dawson talking absolute bollox for about 40 minutes. It’s mainly a bit of sl*gging and comedy improv. There’s a very tenuous link to football and some of the jokes don’t work but overall it is a bit of fun. It’s switch your brain off stuff.

Some of Blindboy Boatclubs Podcasts are very good too. I really enjoyed the history of disco one where he argued credibly that its origins were much more punk than any other form of music. His mental health episodes are defo worth a listen also.

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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

I'll defo check out Hardcore Histories. Sounds very interesting. 

If you're in the market for lighthearted nonsense, then I can recommend Atletico Mince. The format is pretty simple, you have Bob Mortimer (of Shooting Stars fame) and Andy Dawson talking absolute bollox for about 40 minutes. It’s mainly a bit of sl*gging and comedy improv. There’s a very tenuous link to football and some of the jokes don’t work but overall it is a bit of fun. It’s switch your brain off stuff.

Some of Blindboy Boatclubs Podcasts are very good too. I really enjoyed the history of disco one where he argued credibly that its origins were much more punk than any other form of music. His mental health episodes are defo worth a listen also.


Some class episodes alright. The ones on the Vietnam war, gin history, poitin, and tragic dog history are class. 
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

I'll defo check out Hardcore Histories. Sounds very interesting. 

If you're in the market for lighthearted nonsense, then I can recommend Atletico Mince. The format is pretty simple, you have Bob Mortimer (of Shooting Stars fame) and Andy Dawson talking absolute bollox for about 40 minutes. It’s mainly a bit of sl*gging and comedy improv. There’s a very tenuous link to football and some of the jokes don’t work but overall it is a bit of fun. It’s switch your brain off stuff.

Some of Blindboy Boatclubs Podcasts are very good too. I really enjoyed the history of disco one where he argued credibly that its origins were much more punk than any other form of music. His mental health episodes are defo worth a listen also.


Some class episodes alright. The ones on the Vietnam war, gin history, poitin, and tragic dog history are class. 
Himself interviewing Spike Lee is brilliant listening 
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Any one in to history should listen to Fin Dwyer's Irish History podcast. In-depth content covering the last 1500 years of our history. When you listen to it, you just have to laugh at some of the spoof we learned in school.
 
I have listened to a good few of these, they really are brilliant. He has a great style of delivery which really helps.
 
I was never a fan of Maeve O'Higgins comedy, but her podcast 'Maeve in America' used to be really enjoyable.
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Originally posted by Zinedine Kilbane 110 Zinedine Kilbane 110 wrote:

Bump

I’ve been listening to Peter Crouch and he is very good.
Refreshingly honest and seems a good guy.

Definitely worth a listen.


Yeah he's very good, hilarious f**ker too
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Just looking at my previous answers and the only one I still listen to is nfl rants and raves.
 
I would say podcasts and the fact that I'm an old **** is now why I don't recognise any new music. I cna't remember the last time I listened to the radio.
 
On my current rotation:
 
I'm alive - it's like a old style radio play about zombies (overdone I know but I enjoy it and they are short episodes)
 
The phenomenon - This is really good, very suspensful thriller about a strange attack on earht based on a badly written ebook available on amazon. The podcast is really well done. Season 2 is about to come out.
 
The dollop - I love this, it's two lads going through funny stories in american history. The lads can get annoying but the stories are normally good. They had one where they explained about why women weren't allowed to run in long distance races until the 60's and how the organiser of one marathon though that a woman's uterus would fall out if they ran that far.
 
The adventure zone and MBMBAM from the Mcillroy brothers.
 
Old school wrestling review - is 3 lads from Dublin that go through and take the piss out of old wrestling from the Hulk Hogan era.
 
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