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Maeve in America is a funny and often heartfelt show that wants to change the conversation around immigration in the United States.
Juvenalia Part of the new Headstuff Podcast Network, Alan Maguire and a guest co-host chat to everyone from Sinead Gleeson to playwright Peter Dunne about a piece of pop culture they were mad about as a child.From atmospheric horror to the history of sex in Irish mythology, we have it covered.Here are some recommendations from the current crop: Down Below The Reservoir Ireland’s first horror fiction podcast is not for the faint of heart.Fashionable timekeeping The Irish as a race are known to have a laidback attitude towards timekeeping, but it’s the female of the species who truly take this to another level.If your fair lady tells you she will be ready in 20 minutes, accept that you will be waiting for at least an hour, but in saying that, the wait will definitely be worth your while!It’s bound to confuse a whole bunch of people…Surely that’s the point, expect the unexpected!
Ireland is a nation of talkers and storytellers, and the current glut of new podcasts means there’s plenty to listen to across almost every subject you can imagine.
Our first three episodes are Getting in the Mood, Sexual Positions, and 50 Shades of Here-We-Go-Again. In fact, you can already sneak-peek that first episode, by listening to Getting in the Mood below: After launch week, we’ll be posting an episode every couple of weeks, with topics like stress, sex toys, scheduling sex, orgasm, and mismatched sex drives.
Once we get our “sea legs,” we’ll also be answering reader questions. Make sure to follow us, as well, on whichever of these social media sites you use: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram You Tube Also, find a friend to tell about Sex Chat for Christian Wives.
I bet you know some wife who doesn’t like to read blogs, but she would listen to a podcast.
John Lydon from The Sex Pistols has revealed that he is considering representing Ireland at Eurovision.
In a conversation with Today FM’s Paul Mc Loone, Paul asked John about the rumour surrounding possible involvement in Eurovision for Ireland.