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Shaunagh with Yusef, a Syrian Child Refugee Suffering from Cancer To get a sense of Shaunagh Connaire's journalistic talent and commitment to her journalistic craft, take a look at some of her work from Channel 4's Unreported World at the bottom of…

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Bridget Bray, Alison McKenna, Ruth Cannon, Shaunagh Connaire (left to right) Today we celebrate St Brigid's day and we are rolling out the first episode of Season 2 of Irish Stew which features Shaunagh Connaire part of the immensely deep talent po…

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Jan. 31, 2021

Sale of Cultural Icon?

American Irish Historical Society - 991 Fifth Avenue, New York City We're Delighted to see the NYC Irish Consulate encouraging the American Irish Historical Society to reconsider the sale of their 5th Ave HQ as reported by Kerry O'Shea on Irish Cen…

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Pioneering Journalist: Shaunagh Connaire On Sunday at midnight, Irish Stew will drop a new episode. This piece marks the begining of Season 2 of the podcast and John Lee and I are delighted to have the award winning television journalist Shaunagh C…

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Bill Schultz with President Joe Biden This Sunday at midnight, the first episode of Irish Stew's season two will drop. Our first season began back in October, yieldeing 9 episodes in total. The very first episode we actually recorded, despite being…

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The Four Courts as Seen from O"Donovan Rossa Bridge We posted a few days back about Ruth Cannon's virtual tour of the Four Courts using Google Maps. Ruth was our guest on Episode 7 of the podcast where we discussed the Irish Barrister experience an…

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The Four Courts with O'Donovan Rossa Bridge in the Foreground Irish Stew was delighted to host Ruth Cannon on episode 9 of the podcast. We discussed the Irish Legal system and Ruth's blog: Stories of the Four Courts which delves into Ireland's lega…

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John Lee here, the Irish-American half of the Stew crew, not the one with the Dublin-inflected baritone reminiscent of Liam Neeson. Recently I was profiled by Irish Examiner USA editor Brad Balfour, largely due to my role as president of the …

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It should be intuitive, but it's not always clear how to follow your favorite podcasts and offer your feedback. Here’s a brief video tutorial on how to “SRR”--Subscribe, Rate, Review--Irish Stew or any podcast on the iPhone at App…

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Battle of Aughrim 1691 by John Mulvany (1839 - 1906) I often remark that Irish people can successfully play a game of two degrees of separation. Frequently, when Irish people meet for the first time, they engage unknowingly in this game as they try…

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