My Therapist Ghosted Me

This podcast from Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally is a firm favourite with listeners, primarily because of its hilarity and light-hearted nature.

Vogue being a well-known face on TV and Joanne an established comedian, the two friends have a great rapport. Their comedic interactions will put a smile on your face. And with no topic off the table, this podcast will cheer you up instantly.

The Troubles Podcast

If you are looking for something a little more serious and you are into history, then the Troubles Podcast might be one for you.

Episodes are dedicated to different events throughout The Troubles, from the Holy Cross Dispute, to the Hunger Strikes and the Ballymurphy Massacre.

This podcast is very informative and also uses audio from the time of the events.

Ready to be Real

Ready to be Real is Síle Seoige’s podcast. Here, she often interviews different well-known people, from Imelda May to PJ Gallagher and Hector Ó hEochagáin.

However, there is also a health and well-being element to this podcast, with many guests bringing those elements of their lives to the fore. Síle has done episodes and series on topics such as menopause, pregnancy and fertility.

The Mario Rosenstock Podcast

For many, Mario Rosenstock needs no introduction. His hilarious sketches and caricatures – from Michael Flatley to Miriam O’Callaghan – are well known.

So, as you can imagine, Mario’s podcast is another quite funny one. His episodes mostly focus on interviewing guests while telling their stories with a comedic slant.

Don’t forget to check out the Irish Farmers Journal’s extensive podcast offeringhere.

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The Podcast Playlist: something for everyone

Entertainment: The podcast playlist