A news podcast from The Irish Times that covers Ireland's response to the Coronavirus outbreak. New episodes will be published each weekday.
A female take on Ireland and the world. This weekly podcast is hosted by Kathy Sheridan and is packed full of feminism, humour, health, politics, sex, storytelling, relationships and more.
A fresh take on politics with Hugh Linehan. Insights from politicians, political journalists and political thinkers. New episodes every Wednesday and most Fridays.
Business, economics, tech, finance - every Wednesday we look at the trends that affect your bottom line. Business leaders and economic experts join host Ciarán Hancock and our business team.
Every Monday Malachy Clerkin reviews the weekend's sport in the company of The Irish Times sports team, Gerry Thornley, Keith Duggan, Gavin Cummiskey, Sean Moran and many more.
Dispatches every Tuesday from our global team of correspondents, including Lara Marlowe, Derek Scally, Denis Staunton, Ruadhán Mac Cormaic and Suzanne Lynch, with host Foreign Editor Chris Dooley.
A monthly dip into the literary world with Books Editor Martin Doyle. Sponsored by Green & Blacks.
Ten years after a man calling himself Peter Bergmann was found washed up on a Sligo beach, his true identity remains unknown. Atlantic is the story of a man who set out to disappear
Join Ross O'Carroll-Kelly every Saturday for his weekly audio column and let him regale you of his, Honor, Ronan and Sorcha's adventures about jocking it up in D4 and beyond, loike
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What is a podcast?
A podcast is an internet radio show. Individual podcast episodes are mp3 audio files that can be listened to online by streaming, or using an app on your phone, tablet or computer.
The Irish Times produces several each week: Inside Politics, World View, Roísín Meets, The Women's Podcast, Inside Business, Inside Story, Innovation & Technology and Ross O'Carroll-Kelly.
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