Hello everybody, welcome back to the podcast.
Exams are in the air at the local secondary school so that means we’re getting lovely weather as God tempts the scholars like Satan in the desert. On this week’s podcast I discuss:
– The “surprise” Leaving Cert.
– A car park built over the remains of a car graveyard.
– News from Cannes about the funding for Michael Lowry’s movie “Rubix’s Cube” and our beef with Martin Scorsese.
– Michael Keaton playing a Spider-Man villain is like one of The Beatles being a back up dancer for S Club 7.
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Hello everybody. Hope you’re all enjoying the weather. Remember to give thanks to the person who gave you all that great weather, namely God The Son. The warmer it is, the more proof there is that he loves you. That’s not to say he loves those on the equator more than you. He doesn’t. But if he were to, you’d cut him some slack. They’ve a fierce hard time of it, some of them on the equator.
This week I discussed:
– Ireland’s EUROVISION failure (Nicky Byrne)
– Ireland’s EUROVISION hope (a song written by me and Michael Lowry)
– Alan Kelly’s desire to lead the Labour party
– The best Late Late Show ever.
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Hello everybody, you’re very welcome back to the Sunday Sermon Podcast. It’s your old pal Father Quigg here dictating this via one of the TY students. I suppose there’ll need to be a summary of some description. Omit that last bit and just put in all the different topics I discussed. Do you know what ‘omit’ means? You do? Are you sure you do? Okay, I’ll take your word on it.
This week I discuss:
– new developments with the weird Dail
– RTE’s excellent looking new series “Young Dumb & Dangerous”
– the London Mayoral elections
– Former Pope Benedict’s little granny flat on the grounds of the Vatican
– finding an exciting new lover for Catherine Zeta Jones
– Netflix’s Marseilles a.k.a. Allo Allo meets House Of Cards.
Hello everybody. To misquote the Beatles I’m back from the USA and I managed to get 20 fridge magnets for the Transition Year students. There’s 30 of them so I’m certain they can come up with some sort of sharing arrangement between them. On this weeks podcast I discuss the Airline edits of “Goodfellas” and “Carol”, the end of the weird Dail, Mother Teresa’s lust for death and the controversial new Beyonce album where she disses her husband Jay Leno. Hop over to itunes to give us a nice review. Myself and the TY’s would really appreciate it. Also, be sure to share it with your friends, lest they be headbangers.
Hello everybody. I’ve a short podcast because I’m in America this weekend. The sound quality isn’t great so you might want to squint your ears more than usual. I rattle off a few key experiences from my time in fuggetabout it New York and then explain why Prince died. Hint: he was worshiping Wrong God.
Hello everybody, Fr. Quigg here. I’m back from my emergency weekend pow wow in Camp Lowry to iron out a few of his legal issues and I’m ready to bring you the Good Word via the internet, one of Our Lord’s greatest creations.
– the differences between Catholic God (Coca Cola) and Christian God (Pepsi)
– my modest proposal to end the ongoing saga of the “weird Dail”
– the dangers of headbangers with regards the upcoming census.
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Hello everybody. I hope you all had a wonderful Easter full of prayer, chocolate, novenas, sweets, sacrifice and pity. This week’s sermon explores the folly of assassinating somebody to impress another person you have a crush on, the evils of the working class (particularly delivery people) and Mick Lowry accidentally filming a viral sensation.
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Happy Saint Patrick’s Week! On this episode of the ‘cast I’m chatting about the legend of Saint Patrick killing the man by the lake, the native American homecoming in Thurles, Enda’s visit to the White House and Ireland’s relationship with the US “Yanks”. All donations to the podcast are appreciated, expected and mandatory.
Here we go again folks! On this glorious day that sees Mick Lowry returned to the Dail, I reflect on his rise to glory and his place as the George Clooney of Irish politics.
In an unrelated note a comedian I do not know – Giles Brody – is putting on a play in Dublin’s Smock Alley Theater on March 1st and 2nd at 9PM. It stars Edwin Sammon (Bridget & Eamon), Philippa Dunne (Diet of Worms, The Walshes), Stephen Colfer (Dreamgun) and Hannah Mamalis (Ripper Street). It’s a farce about a psychiatrist so it should be a big hit with all those headbangers up in Dublin.
Episode 3 is up and it’s been another eventful week with a trip to Dublin with the TY’s to support the unveiling of Michael Lowry’s wax work in the Wax Museum. I talk about my friend Fr. Mort Jennings and his relationship with Harper Lee, whom he convinced to publish her final novel before her death. Like and share and what have you.
In an unrelated note a comedian I do not know called Giles Brody wrote a “hilarious” “farce” called “Couples Counselling”. It stars Edwin Sammon (Bridget & Eamon, Republic Of Telly), & Philippa Dunne (Diet of Worms, The Walsh’s) with Dreamgun’s Stephen Colfer and Hannah Mamalis. The play will be on in the Smock Alley Theater, Dublin on March 1st and 2nd at 9PM. Tickets available from smockalley.com
You’re very welcome back for the latest “installment” of the Podcast! This week I discuss the mysteries of God’s love, the US election, the Valentine’s Day Massacre and the Irish election.
Local gossipmongers can hear about my experiences in the Regency Hotel during the now infamous weight in/shoot out and how a certain Michael Lowry TD saved the day.
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(Follow Giles on twitter @gilesbrody. His play “Couples Counselling” is being performed in the Smock Alley Theater, Dublin on March 1st and 2nd, 2016. Special thanks to Conor O’Toole)
Hello all. Here’s the first EP. If you like it, why not download it and burn it onto a CD and then use that CD to make some cassettes for all your friends and family.
Topics under discussion this week:
Xtravision’s closure, Sonia O’Sullivan & OJ Simpson
Thanks to Conor O’Toole (mosshouse.org) and all the TY Students from St. Anthony’s. It’s been a long road from what began as a sarcastic remark, and now we have a wonderful podcast we can all be proud of.