Arts Episodes

Nov. 28, 2022

S4E13: Check In - Gregory Harrington - Bonus Episode

Gregory Harrington has stayed busy since our initial episode back in February 2022. Since that conversation, the accomplished violinist released a recording titled Gregory Harrington: Live From The Irish Repertory Join Mart...

Episode page
March 20, 2022

S3E17: Check In: Liza Donnelly - Bonus Episode

Liza Donnelly: New Yorker Cartoonist & “Very Funny Ladies” Irish Stew’s favorite cartoonist is back to tell you about her just-published book, V ery Funny Ladies: an in-depth celebration of women cartoonists who have graced t...

Episode page
Dec. 20, 2021

S3E8: MacDara Ó Conaola – Aran Islander Keeping Irish language & Mu…

On this serving of Irish Stew, we travel from Manhattan (pop. 1.6 M) to Inisheer (pop. 250) to explore the sights, sounds, haunting landscape, natural history, and vibrant culture of the Aran Islands with our affable tour gui...

Episode page
Nov. 22, 2021

S3E6: Colin Broderick - Searing Storyteller of the Irish

Colin Broderick likes to tell stories, needs to tell them, be they dark, dank, and dangerous, be they bright, affirming, and knowing. It’s all there in his new film A Bend in the River , his highly personal tale of …

Episode page
Sept. 27, 2021

S3E2: Natalie Nugent O'Shea - Passionate Purveyor of Irish Arts in Am…

Natalie Nugent O’Shea takes us from St. Paul, Minnesota, around the world with Riverdance, to Dublin to start a family, and then back home to St. Paul where she’d co-found a home for Irish arts and culture in the Midwest, …

Episode page
March 15, 2021

S2E4: Turlough McConnell - Champion of Irish Culture in America

Turlough Links “Seamus” Plug: History Loves A Parade: 260 Years of the St. Patrick's Day Parade - Online on Wed, March 17, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ET · Website: Turlough McConnell Communications · LinkedIn · Twitter · F...

Episode page