To paraphrase an early 80’s hit by Olivia Newton John, ‘I wanna get political, political’ today on TCP. There is really only one story in the media, online and in the old fashioned dead tree papers. And no it isn’t the housing crisis, the homeless crisis, the crisis of daily rate contracts for workers or … More Lets get political – Fine Gael have been ”Bailey’d ”
itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-couch-pundit/id1315569500 We chat about el trumpo and the return of the beautiful game
Brought to you by The Couch Pundit Podcast (Itunes link) (Stitcher – Link) (Podbean – Link) We are on the run in to the finish of the 6 Nations 2018. As we stand, Ireland are in the driving seat with the Scots coming to Dublin this weekend followed by a St Patricks day match against the old … More Ireland v Scotland – a preview
Keego talks about driving in the rain, amendments and protocol for the office Christmas party. @nkeegan Thecouchpunditireland@gmail.com https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-couch-pundit/id1315569500?mt=2#episodeGuid=thecouchpundit.podbean.com%2Fepisode-15-drivijg-in-the-rain-amendments-office-christmas-party-protocol-and-shoutouts-24b00f90dd1700f333f1ee8f1a4eedd1
Happy Friday! Welcome to episode 13! Do listen, like, share and subscribe Twitter.com/nkeegan Thecouchpunditireland@gmail.com Facebook.com/thecouchpunditireland https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-couch-pundit/id1315569500?mt=2#episodeGuid=thecouchpundit.podbean.com%2Fepisode-13-what-is-mtv-in-2017-brexit-transgender-power-lifters-and-time-magazine-24b00f90dd1700f333f1ee8f1a4eedd1
Happy Monday! Keego tackles god, Brexit, politicians, rugby and muses about motorways https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-couch-pundit/id1315569500?mt=2#episodeGuid=thecouchpundit.podbean.com%2Fepisode-11-god-brexit-tangents-rugby-and-the-familiar-ending-24b00f90dd1700f333f1ee8f1a4eedd1
Happy Thursday! Keego babbles on about dogs in restaurants, Conor McGregor, Munster rugby and needles a few opposition supporters https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-couch-pundit/id1315569500?mt=2&i=1000395465319
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So here we go. This could be the one that causes big, proper trouble. Let’s have a chat about France Fitzgerald, FF/FG, the Gardaí and our Cuban missile crisis-esque brush with a general election before Christmas.
I had planned on taking the summer off from furiously writing down thoughts on various topics. The plan was to be thought free for a few months as thinking about and reading the news was overloading my already fragile brain. There was a Trump, a Brexit and a commissioner who appeared to enjoy her commisionary … More Protests, Murkiness and the Jobstown 7
Welcome to a delayed episode 4 of ‘America from the outside, Ireland from the inside’. Coming to you from a raining Dublin that is recovering from the weekend. Starting across the pond again this week, there is a lot of craziness from El Prez, but this week let’s look at how it is covered.
Welcome to episode 3 of America from the outside, Ireland from the inside. Coming to you from a sunny Dublin in the middle of St Patrick’s week, the mood is good. Starting on the other side of the world, it has been another topsy turvy week in America. We have El Presidente’s spokespeople talking about … More America from the outside, Ireland from the inside – Episode 3
Welcome to episode 2 of ‘America from the outside, Ireland from the inside’. I call them episodes because there is more scandal and nonsensical behavior from people than an episode of Coronation Street. Starting off on the other side of the ocean, in America this week, the president has accused a former president of tapping … More America from the outside, Ireland from the inside – Episode 2
Welcome to episode 1 of ‘America from the outside, Ireland from the inside’. This first post will be an introduction of what the aims are of the series, views from my computer screen and an ability to contact me for further discussion and challenging of opinions. Situated on Dublin’s Southside, I am looking at the … More America from the outside, Ireland from the inside – part 1