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Irish Voices

Irish Voices

By The Irish Voice
A podcast for Scotland's vibrant and multi-generational Irish community.

We aim to speak to people within the Irish diaspora in Scotland and also those whose stories and input will be of interest to us.

This is another outlet to give our community a voice.
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Dún na nGall to Dùn Èideann and back again!

Irish Voices

Dún na nGall to Dùn Èideann and back again!

Irish Voices

Peter's a man who's on the ball!
In our latest podcast, we speak to current Scotland GAA Chairperson, Peter Mossey, about growing up in Gortin in Tyrone, his early Gaelic Football playing days at home, his journey to Scotland, his academic career, a lifetime of dedication to Gaelic Games in Scotland and, as a Tyrone man, his support of the All-Ireland Champions and his views on the GAA in general! Tune in!
November 25, 2021
Let me tell you a story...
In our latest podcast, we hear from award-winning documentary maker, Helena Gallagher—who many will be familiar with thanks to the excellent Bus Ghlaschu series—about island life, her love of music, her career in broadcast journalism and setting up her own company, HG Productions! Tune In!
November 2, 2021
Dance, dance wherever you may be... and she does!
Five-time World Champion Irish dancer, Caroline Greene-Parfery, speaks to us about her Irish dance journey, which has seen her reach the zenith of the sport, tour the world with the very first Lord of the Dance troupe, set up her own school of Irish dance with her sister Michelle and even go viral with a birthday party performance! Tune in!
September 22, 2021
Sculpting a career in the arts and leaving a historic legacy
John McCarron, who created the beautiful An Gorta Mór (Great Hunger) Memorial that now stands in St Mary's Church in the Calton area of Glasgow, speaks to us about his creation—The Tower of Silence—his love for the arts, his home county of Donegal and much more! Tune in!
August 14, 2021
Dún na nGall to Dùn Èideann and back again!
Irish Voice columnist, Johnny Foley, speaks to us from his home in Donegal about his background, his move to Scotland, his passion for writing, his love of football and of course GAA—in particular his time spent with Dunedin Connollys in Edinburgh—and much more. Tune in!
July 14, 2021
Irish Voices Trailer
A short trailer to introduce the exciting new podcast for the Irish community in Scotland
May 13, 2021