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Preview: John McCourt - Tracking James Joyce in Trieste

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Get the full episode on all major podcast platforms or on our website at: IrishStewPodcast.com

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The Last Rose of Summer is one of Thomas Moore's (1779 - 1852) most famous songs performed here by Rosa Nutty

For more on Rosa Nutty - visit RosaNutty.com

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Quick preview of Irish Stew's Season 4.

The first three episodes will feature:
1) Mark Little of Kinzen , a news technology company
2) John McCourt - James Joyce expert and author of Consuming Joyce
3) Larry Kirwan - the creative force behind the Broadway hit, Paradise Square

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Some thoughts on Fintan O'Toole's 2021 book: We Don't Know Ourselves

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Preview of our episode with Ambassador Dan Mulhall where we discuss his career and his recently published book Ulysses: A Readers Odyssey

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An Irish Stew Shoutout from Martin Nutty for Song of Granite, a brilliant Irish language film directed by Pat Collins and shot in haunting black and white by Richard Kendrick. The film was Ireland's nominee for the 2017 Oscars Best Foreign Film Category.

In the USA, the film can be purchased on Yo…

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Preview of episode featuring astronaut Cady Coleman. You can get the full episode on all major podcast platforms or on our website: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/CadyColeman/

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Full episode can be found at: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e12

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You can find the full episode at: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e11

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You can listen to the full episode at: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/KristenShaughnessy

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The Second Coming
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction…

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Video of the Irish Stew Anniversary Party from Jan 18, 2022

*Note: Unfortunately we had trouble with Turlough McConnell's Zoom stream which broke up. Apologies for being unable to capture his remarks in full

Featuring: Kristen Shaughnessy, André Archimbaud, Rosa Nutty, Turlough McConnell, Brian M…

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You can get the full podcast episode at: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/JenniferPetoff

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Francis Edward Ledwidge (19 August 1887 – 31 July 1917) was an Irish poet from Slane, County Meath, sometimes known as the "poet of the blackbirds". He was later also known as a First World War war poet. He was killed in action in 1917

BEHIND THE CLOSED EYE

I walk the old frequented ways
⁠That wi…

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Full episode can be found on all major podcast platforms or IrishStewPodcast.com

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Ful Episode: https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e7-val-cummins-phd-tapping-the-energy-of-coastal-ireland

Val Cummins has over 25 years of expertise in the marine and energy fields at national and international levels. She brings a considerable track record in team building, leading complex project…

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Colin Broderick is an author, a playwright and a movie maker. Join Irish Stew as we explore his backstory at:

https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e6-colin-broderick-searing-storyteller-of-the-irish

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Preview of Clare McGee episode S3E5. Full audio can be found at:

https://www.irishstewpodcast.com/s3e5

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Preview for Season 3 Episode 4 feturing Paul Finnegan, a stalwart of the Irish American community

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Preview for Season 3 Episode 3 featuring historians Damian Shiels and Jim Walsh and their respective projects at Andersonville, Georgia and Leadville, Colorado

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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

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