On November 11th 2017, the BBC broadcast the first ever episode of the Irish Music Channel podcast, a podcast about Irish music.
The show was produced by Paddy Maguire and was hosted by Niamh Kelly, who had been featured on the BBC World Service programme, The Irish Morning.
The podcast has now been available for a number of years on iTunes, Spotify and Podomatic.
The podcast featured guest hosts such as The Pogues, The Prodigy, The Smiths, The Who and more, as well as many other Irish music legends and personalities.
On the episode, Paddy interviewed Irish music legend Paddy McCaffrey.
The pod also featured interviews with some of the most respected Irish musicians of the 21st century, including The Pogue, The Black Eyed Peas, The Poges, The Tragically Hip, The Mamas and the Papas, Róisín Ó Mhaire, Marnie O’Connor, Terence Flanagan, Sean Price, The Libertines, The Lonesome Crowd, The Beatles, The White Stripes, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and many more.
Here is an extract from the episode: “The podcast is very important for us, as it was a very important time in the Irish music scene in the early years of the new millennium.
We’ve got a lot of history, and we want to tell people about the times that were happening in Ireland when the Irish musicians were coming into prominence.
There’s an important story that’s going to be told about this period of Irish music, and the people that were making it.
It’s important to remember that Irish music is about much more than just music, but also about community, and how people were able to work together in the midst of that crisis.
It is a story that was written and recorded in the late 1970s and early 80s.
When you listen to the podcast, you can hear that Paddy is really interested in this period. “
Irish music was one of the big issues of the 1970s, so I wanted it to be a piece that could be listened to for all the stories that we tell today.”
When you listen to the podcast, you can hear that Paddy is really interested in this period.
He’s got an interest in Irish music that is quite passionate, and he’s really interested and passionate about the history of the music scene, and that there’s so much that is still happening in the country, and it’s still happening today.
We are really interested to hear what the story is of that era.
We have got lots of great stories and lots of people that we can share stories with.
I want to do a story of music that people would want to listen to, and then also to have stories about the people who were making the music.
“Irish music historian and composer Ciarán Donnelly, who has written extensively about the rise and fall of Irish bands, told The Irish Sun: “Paddy Maguaire has written a wonderful story about the Irish bands that were around in the 70s.
He talks about some of his favourite bands, and they’re all very relevant to this period and I’m excited to listen.
I know that he’s going into the future of music with the podcasts, and I think it will be a fantastic opportunity for him to continue this work.
“I’m really looking forward to the next podcast episode, as I’ve been really excited to hear about this fascinating history of Irish musicians and culture.
I’ve heard stories about people coming to Ireland from across the world, and from all over the world.
I think that will be really fascinating for us.
It will also give us an opportunity to explore what has happened in Ireland since the end of the war, so that people can look back on the period in Ireland that I grew up in and hear what it was like, and what it is that was happening in that period.
I have a great deal of love for this country and its people, and for the music that we’re hearing today, and all that has happened since the beginning of the year.
I’m looking forward for the next episode, and also to hear the stories of those people who had such a huge influence on our music in the 1970’s.
I am sure that I will be delighted to hear them.”
Paddy MacGiolla is a writer, musician and musician-turned-director-of-sound.
He has worked on films, TV and commercials for some of Ireland’s biggest companies, including Lidl, DHL and Barclays.