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The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries, in partnership with the Dublin City Council Culture Company. The Festival has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling Irish and international historians to Dublin for a high-profile weekend of history talks and debate. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Dublin Bible Church

Dublin Bible Church

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Dublin Bible Church is driven to lead as many people as possible to become fully developing followers of Christ. We strive to be a church that is relevant and provides spiritual direction to the lives of the people in middle Georgia. We hope to work toward our vision by creating welcoming worship environments living in authentic community providing relevant biblical teaching equipping the family with the tools to succeed in encouraging people to take steps toward spiritual growth ___________ ...
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Bosnian born, Dublin based DJ/producer and radio host Viktor Marina has been involved in electronic music since 2001, and a DJ since 2004. From being a music journalist through newspapers and radio, DJing to running various club nights as a promoter. As a founder and resident at Deep House Dublin has run several residencies in some of the major clubs in Dublin promoting and supporting the likes of Sandrino, Denis Horvat, Toto Chiavetta, Petar Dundov and more. In June 2020 he released his deb ...
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The Dublin Story Slam Podcast is a collection of short personal and true stories recorded at our monthly open mic competitive storytelling night in Dublin. Each month ordinary Dubliners get up and share extraordinary stories inspired by a different theme each night and battle it out for a place in our Grand Slam final. Big & small, funny & sad, inspiring and compelling, we choose the best stories for our Podcast that will lift your heart and hopefully bring a smile to your day. Hosted on Aca ...
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Dublin City Libraries & Archives

Dublin City Libraries & Archives

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Listen to a wide range of talks, readings, lectures and performances which reflect the rich history and literature of Dublin city. Serving over half a million people, Dublin City Libraries is the largest library service in the Republic of Ireland.
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Dublineses

Editorial Digital UNID

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Audiolibro “Dublineses” de James Joyce, una colección que quince relatos cortos que constituyen una representación realista de las clases media y baja irlandensas, en Dublín de los primeros años del siglo XX. Realizado por Manuel Eduardo Solar Soto de UNID, Toluca para Editorial Digital UNID. (En idioma español)
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Dublin Inquirer is an independent local newspaper covering city affairs in Ireland's capital. This is our podcast, a mix of radio-style features on the city, and audio from news and musical events that we run.
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Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin is a space which ignites curiosity and discovery where science and art collide. Part of the Global Science Gallery Network Pioneered by Trinity College Dublin.
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This audio podcast series showcases James Joyce's short story 'The Dead' from his collection 'Dubliners' and explores themes within the story drawing on scholarly research and connecting it with the archive collections in UCD, the National Library and the National Archives. www.joycesdublin.ie
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Dublin Chamber is proud and excited to introduce The Dublin Business Collective, kindly sponsored by SSE Airtricity. Every fortnight, our host, Máire Fay will sit down with entrepreneurial visionaries, industry icons, and game-changers from diverse backgrounds and industries. These trailblazers have built empires, shattered glass ceilings, and transformed their passion into thriving businesses. The Dublin Business Collective is your go-to resource for actionable advice, practical tips, and m ...
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Trinity College Dublin Talks

Katie S. Byrne and Tom Molloy

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Trinity is Ireland's top university and lays claim to a beautiful city-centre 16th century campus, notable alumni (Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett to name a few) and world-class research and education. This podcast gets to the heart of what makes this innovative university thrive, its people.
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Artbeat is a weekly arts magazine programme on 103.2 Dublin City FM. Presented by Des FitzGerald, Suzanne Parker and Adrian Colwell, it’s a regular snapshot at all things arts in Dublin and occasionally further afield. Artbeat covers galleries, outdoor events, literature, music, theatre, films and more. Wednesdays, 8-8:30pm Dublin City Anna Livia FM Docklands Innovation Park 128-130 East Wall Road Dublin 3
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A Walk Through Dublin History by Sam Ford, as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2021. Join urbanist and tour guide Sam Ford as he explores the fascinating histories of Dublin theatre. This audio walking tour meanders through three and a half centuries of performance in the city, from candlelit riverside revels to this year’s festival and various riots and ruptures in between. The audio walking tour can be experienced both by listening to Sam guide you through Dublin City, or as a podcast.
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Join historian Laura Fitzachary in exploring the townlands of South Dublin as each month a different part of the southside is featured and its history discussed. With a focus on social history, delve into the past of this part of the county
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Hosted by Core Credit Union CEO Michael Byrne, Credit Union Discussions dives into topical issues in the Credit Union sector focusing on innovative solutions by bringing the expertise of leading voices working in and supporting Credit Unions
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Welcome to the brand new Show ROCKS Podcast! Every month we're gonna have a brand new Podcast of all the biggest tunes for you mixed by our Saturday night resident, Paddy Voakes! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! Hit us up on Facebook.com/Show.Dublin.Ireland or Twitter @ShowDublin & @PaddyVoakes
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Let’s explore the world of our Dublin Makers and their projects in each episode. You can find us at dublinmaker.ie, we are also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@DublinMaker). Dublin Maker is a not-for-profit collective of Makers who run annual Maker festival annually and is funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
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Pocket Sized reviews of new Rap songs coming out of Dublin City and other cities in Ireland too. A quick opinion of the lastest releases, and songs that I'm interested in from the Irish Rap Artists that are putting in work to get some attention on their brilliant records. Give plebty of feedback by rating an episode 5 stars and then giving me your actual feedback in the comments.. THANK YOU!
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Trinity College Dublin Christian Union

Trinity College Dublin Christian Union

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We are a group of students from across campus coming from all different backgrounds and areas of study. What unites us is our desire to know more about Jesus Christ and make Him known among our fellow students in Trinity. We meet every week for worship and a talk on a relevant question or issue.
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Abdominoplastie est une chirurgie métabolique conçue pour produire de la malnutrition. Le déficit énergétique se produit en raison de la faible consommation alimentaire, de l'intolérance alimentaire et de la malabsorption nutritive. abdominoplastie clermont ferrand viser à atteindre la malnutrition pour perdre du poids mais sans complications. Abdominoplastie, communément appelé «ventre Tuck» est une intervention chirurgicale majeure impliquant l'enlèvement de l'excès de peau et de graisse d ...
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Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 400,000 founders in over 200 cities. We nurture startup ecosystems in 85 countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Entrepreneurs. The cornerstone of our global community are monthly events featuring successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors who share lessons learned on the road to building great companies. Founded in Silicon ...
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Podcasts recorded at a Dublin City Council symposium on the history of The Abbey of St Thomas the Martyr. The Abbey was founded in the 12th century and played a pivotal role in the religious and political affairs of Dublin city until its dissolution in 1539. A weekend of events, organised by Dublin City Council, celebrating the Abbey and its history took place in October 2017 and these podcasts were recorded at a symposium on the history of the Abbey which took place in St Catherine�s Church ...
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At All Nations Church, you will begin a journey of discovery: rediscovery! ​ Jesus said in John 10:10 “ that I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly.” ​ He was saying that we can rediscover life in Him. Our calling is to connect people with their Creator, and to help them rediscover this abundant life He has promised to those who follow Him. ​ ​ We believe that there are 5 keys to the rediscovery of this life: ​ The Bible – every week you will hear an uplifting Bible-b ...
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In this episode from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Peter Sheridan marks the centenary of the birth of the writer Brendan Behan. Raised in Dublin’s north inner city and with strong connections to Dublin’s tenements, Behan is regarded as one of the greatest Irish writers and poets of all time. Sheridan discusses his engagement with the work of…
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In this episode from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Dublin City Council Historian in Residence, Dr Mary Muldowney, will discuss the 40th anniversary of the 8th Amendment to the Constitution, including a comparison with the successful campaign for Repeal of the 8th. The fifth anniversary of that Referendum was on May 25 and the signing of Repe…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Kathryn Milligan discusses the work of artist Harry Kernoff. Born in London on the 9th of January 1900, Harry Aaron Kernoff was a prolific figure in twentieth century Irish art. Well regarded for his portraiture and landscape painting, Kernoff often focused on the depiction of Dublin, a cit…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Enda Finnan examines the Navan Road parish area and the transformation of the rural community and landscapes of the townlands of Greater Cabragh, Ashtown and Pelletstown from the 1920s to the 1960s. He connects the dots between migration and change of land ownership and development. Enda Fi…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Francis Thackaberry explores the attitudes and responses to poverty in eighteenth-century Dublin. The citizens of prosperous Georgian Dublin, associated poverty with idleness, disease and moral decay and sought ways to prevent ‘foreign’ vagrants from ‘infesting’ the city. One response was t…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Fergus Whelan remembers the revolutionary and poet Dr William Drennan (1754-1820). Dr Drennan, a onetime elder of the Dublin Unitarian Church congregation, was born the son of a unitarian minister and made his life’s work the building of ‘a Brotherhood of Affection to Break Down the Brazen …
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Aodh Quinlivan illustrates the strained relationship between the Irish Free State and Dublin Corporation, which was central to his recent study. He examines how after the Civil War, the Corporation continued to irritate the central Government and how the dissolution of Dublin Corporation ca…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Anne Chambers tells us about Lord Sligo - from a youth of hedonistic self-indulgence in Regency England, to a reforming, responsible legislator and landlord, Sligo became enshrined in the history of Jamaica as ‘Emancipator of the Slaves’ and in Ireland as ‘The Poor Man’s Friend’. Anne Chamb…
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In this episode, from the Dublin Festival of History 2023, Ann Marie Durkan will introduce the maps she prepared, which locate animals and animal-related businesses in Dublin City in 1911. It provides an insight into how in 1901, 803 Dubliners worked as cattle dealers, drovers, farriers and vets, yet over the course of the 20th century most of thes…
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