Preview for Season 3 Episode 3 featuring historians Damian Shiels and Jim Walsh and their respective projects at Andersonville, Georgia and Leadville, Colorado
Shoutout makes reference to episode 147 which can be found at: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9kYXZpZG1jd2lsbGlhbXMubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M/episode/NDljNWY2YjktY2FmMC00Zjg0LWFmNGItZjMyMDRlOGNhMGQ5
Natalie Nugent O'Shea runs one of the most successful Irish cultural centers in America. Here she speaks about the dynamic evolution of culture.
You can hear the full episode at: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e2
A preview of Season 3's first episode, Vinny Warren the legendary Chicago based ad man talks about how he comes up with new ideas
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Shoutout for @3CastlesBurning hosted by @fallon_donal and one of the Stew Crew's favorite Irish Podcasts
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A legal advocate for immigration in America, Irish-born, Chicago-based Fiona McEntee is a recognizable media-friendly face and voice in the U.S. immigration conversation through interviews by MSNBC, BBC, CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Chicago Trib…
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In September of 1912 John Falconer of Dublin publisher Maunsel & Co burnt the 1,000 and only copies of the first run of James Joyce's Dubliners. Apparently this act of destruction was driven by a fit of conscience and concern over the content of some of the stories. Joyce traveled to Dublin to resc…
Paddy coaches world class hammer throwers and explains, in this preview clip, what it takes to succeed in this highly technical event.
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I know that I shall meet my fate
Somewhere among the clouds above;
Those that I fight I do not hate
Those that I guard I do not love;
My country is Kiltartan Cross,
My countrymen Kiltartan’s poor,
No likely end could bring them loss
Or leave them happier than before.
Nor law, nor duty bade me fig…
Fin Dwyer has always been interested in history. He grew up in Castlecomer, Kilkenny surrounded by the vestiges of the past and so when he went to college, he pursued this passion, graduating with a master's degree in archaeology. However, the best laid plans often go awry, the freshly minted grad…
One of the most distinct voice of NYC's Irish American community, Quinn authored Banished Children of Eve which must be included in the canon of great books about New York City
Full Episode: https://bit.ly/3bgyUjA
Joseph Mary Plunkett's most famous poem. Plunkett was one of the 7 seven signatories of the 1916 Rising proclamation and as such, forfeited his life in Kilmainham Jail to a firing squad on May 4, 1916 just hours after marrying his beloved Grace Gifford. Plunkett was 28 when he died for his country.
James Connolly (1868-1916), labor leader, socialist, freedom fighter and one of the seven signatories of the 1916 declaration was executed in Kilmainham Jail on May 12, 1916. Connolly had been seriously wounded during the Rising and was unable to stand before the firing squad, instead he was tied t…
In honor of Ireland's National Poetry Day, Alison McKenna was kind enough to provide us with the beautiful words of "She Moved Through the Fair" and the pleasure of hearing it delivered with the pathos demanded by the song
There is a vigorous current of social consciousness that permeates Sorcha Glackin's film making. To learn where that comes from and why, make sure you give this episode a listen at IrishStewPodcast.com
Growing up in rural poverty in Co. Limerick, Michael Dowling was surrounded by a “cacophony of nos.” Fortunately for Dowling there was no better motivation than being told he couldn’t do something.
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A masterpiece by Willian Butler Yeats
Jack Byrne grew up in Liverpool, the son of post WWII Irish emigrants. In his first novel, Under the Bridge, Jack takes the Liverpool, of his parent's era, to craft an engrossing mystery featuring the post war Irish and their struggles as they try to make there way in a country that at times is ho…
Turlough McConnell is a champion of Irish culture in America. He has spent the last fifty years playing a key role in supporting Irish creatives across multiple artistic domains
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From when her mother gave her a book of James Thurber’s cartoons, Liza Donnelly has expressed her wit and rising political consciousness through pencils, pens, watercolors, and now through her live drawing on an iPad at the Oscars, the Democratic National Convention, other marquee events for CBS.
***Episode Preview*** Release Date Feb 15 2020
Viewing life as “something of a random walk,” Ted Smyth went from rural to urban, to international, from leadership roles in diplomacy to C-suite roles in Fortune 500 companies, to a rich post-corporate career in Irish American community leadership.
Shaunagh Connaire is an award winning journalist who has reported from some of the most challenging and troubled spots on the globe. In her most recent venture, a podcast called Media Tribe, she has shifted her focus towards highlighting the work of critically acclaimed journalists and media execut…
For Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20,2020, from one of his favorite poets: Seamus Heaney