TV & Film – Irland – Nya podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Peter Griffin hosts a podcast to pay for his wife's funeral. Created by thesmalldude.

  • Comedian Jess Robinson and film industry expert Stephen Follows take an in-depth and entertaining look at the business side of movies and TV.

  • Black To Our Roots is a RuPaul's Drag Race rucap podcast as told by two Blackity Black Queers, Twinkle Toes and Jamal Rashad. One an entainter and the other a poet, Twinkle and Jamal are DEEPLY rooted in the art of drag........and there ain't nothing they don't know about RuPaul's Drag Race! Come let your hair down each week and kiki with them as they dish on every episode of Drag Race over some OG tea!

  • Nick and Joseph are known for their spoiler-filled movie reviews on YouTube, but they have so much more to say. Each weekly episode will focus on topics revolving around TV and Film with an emphasis on magnifying LGBTQ+ issues, gender politics, race, and sex positivity.These gay homosexuals have been married since 2008. They may seem like they don't get along, but they are very much in love. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fish-jelly/support

  • Welcome to Jackast!

    Warning: The following show features episodic breakdowns of Jackass either performed by professionals or under the supervision of professionals.

    Join three lifelong Jackass fans Jay Welwood, Mikey Ehrenworth, and Chris Ehrenworth as they revisit every single episode of the show which gave them so many belly laughs, bad ideas, and broken bones.

  • Swapna Krishna and Preeti Chhibber, two Indian lady nerds, talk geek pop culture, with some Bollywood thrown in for good measure. Find us on Patreon or follow us on Twitter @desigeekgirls.

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  • Holly and Ronan give each other films/tv shows that they really like for the other person to watch, knowing it's probably not their typical choice...Along with current affairs, the stock finance stuff and sports ball, you will get to know them and their watching habits. 


    Contact them at [email protected]

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  • Join host Kevin Dawson as he talks with figures from the worlds of music, TV and film about their path into the industry and their stories and process within it.

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  • An essay-style monthly podcast where your host, McKenzie Wilkes, goes on a deep dive of the works of David Lynch, discusses fan interpretations, & converses with Lynchian scholars on the significance of his iconic works. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onlynch/support

  • Welcome to 90 Day Thots, a podcast where I share my thots about my favorite TLC shows: 90 Day Fiancรฉ, it's spin offs, 1000-lb Sisters, and more! If you're a proud TLC obsessed freak like I am, join the pod and let's talk some shiiiiiiiiiz Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mythots/support

  • Welcome to The Good Pod Guide!

    Hosted by journalist and podcast enthusiast Lauren Windle, The Good Pod Guide team scours the internet to find the very best podcast for you to sink your teeth into. Saving you the research, time and false starts in the hunt for the perfect pod, these bite-sized reviews will help you work out what your new favourite listen will be.

    So, sit back and relax and in the immortal words of Robbie Williams: let me entertain you.

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  • Joe Rooney (Fr. Damo) and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin McLove) each appeared on one episode of much-loved TV show Father Ted and yet, over 25 years later, they are recognised today for those fondly-remembered characters more than anything else. It’s safe to say, the place of Father Ted in Irish cultural history is assured!
    Each episode of the HeadStuff original podcast Talking Ted is an exploration of the series with a glimpse behind the scenes as contributors from the show share their memories, stories and insights into what made Father Ted the iconic sitcom it has become. Special guests include Ardal O'Hanlon, Pat Shortt, Jon Kenny, Arthur Matthews, and the actors who played many of the loveable characters such as Sister Asumpta, Mary from John and Mary, Fr. Stone, Bishop Brennan, Todd Unctious, Fr. Dick Byrne, and many more.

  • A movies by minute podcast that deep dives into the 1981 horror classic that is both written and directed by John Landis, An American Werewolf In London. Join the host Troy and his partime co-host adi as they break down and examine this lycanthropic tale

  • Two mates with a bucket full of dreams, and a literal bucket filled with whimsical topics to be discussed. Ranging from films/tv shows/music/ video games/ comic books/ social issues? and much more!
    With a constant looming threat of dumb topics around every corner...

  • Podcast about TV shows from idea to screen, with Producer David J. Bodycombe (@davidjbodycombe), TV Consultant Justin Scroggie (@TheFormatDoctor) and guests. Follow us on Twitter @TVShowPodcast. Email us: contact{at}tvshowandtell.com.

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  • Welcome to Gasbagging. If you ever feel like you watch too much reality TV, you're in good company. Each week Professor of Unscripted and resident Lydia Schiavello-apologist, Dan Morrison, sits down with a close friend and recaps the latest Housewives, Drag Race and an endless list of shows too long for this description. This is a safe place to talk about the ex-housewives' Instagram accounts you still follow and unfairly compare yourself to the entrepreneurial risks these reality stars are taking. Join the gossip and join the campaign for a Real Housewives of Sydney Season 2.

  • Where Michelle and Aaron Moss talk about one of the greatest time travel shows created... Quantum Leap!

  • On each episode of the Filmcast our panel reviews those little films that you might not have heard about elsewhere. New episode every Thursday.Find Us:Instagram: www.instagram.com/nobudgetshowFacebook: www.facebook.com/NoBudgetShowTwitter: twitter.com/nobudgetshow Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nobudget/support

  • Join Ciara Knight and Ciarán Flynn as they delve into the delicious world of Netflix's Selling Sunset. It's a scandalous series and there are none better suited than this handsome pair to extract hilarity from the sunset that is (still) yet to be sold. Follow and shower us with praise on Twitter: @Ciara_Knight.

  • Hello, we are Rachel and Erin! Come join us for a spot of tea as we talk all things Call the Midwife.

    Rachel and Erin have been friends for over a decade. We’ve spent a lot of our friendship living on separate ends of the US. It reminds us of how the show went on after Jenny Lee left Nonnatus House, but remained connected. Much of our lives are comprised of comings and goings, doors opening and closing, or perhaps a window. By moments, meetings, and happenings. The event doesn’t have to be large, or a kind gesture grandiose to have an impact. Like the show touched on; we too always managed to stay in touch and pick up where we left off. We love how we have been able to still be a part of each other’s story in some way.

    We recently found that we had a shared love of Call the Midwife, and we were so glad to have someone to discuss it with. We’d been talking about doing a podcast for a while, and this just seemed like the perfect fit. We’ve found that Call the Midwife is such a unique bonding experience for so many people, and we wanted to share in that.

    We love the characters, and storylines. We love the fact that the show has characters of all ages, from different walks of life and that it's female driven. How the core characters champion for each other and their patients, and that in a way they feel like neighbors or friends. We love how they’re all very human. How each season is one year, and such a detailed illustration of the time-period. How the circumstance in which we are born, can inform our lives. The show tackles such sensitive subject matter with such integrity. We love the show for its honesty, truth, and subtle humor. Life isn’t just dark or light, and the show truly explores that. Hope and grief, loss, and love. The issues of the time, and some things that we still face today. There isn’t anything else out there quite like it.

    The Call the Midwife fan base has been so welcoming and wonderful already that we feel like we’ve already connected with so many of you. We hope that you’ll share a spot of tea with us, from wherever you are.

    We welcome you, and we’re so glad you’re here.

    Stay tuned for our bonus series:
    Till Next Time...Sister Bernadette: The Shelagh Diaries which is our take on the innermost thoughts of one of the most beloved characters on the show-Shelagh Turner.

    Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @Midwifery_Tea