Podcast by Irish Examiner
How healthy is hurling?
Next Saturday’s Annual Congress could see some of the biggest changes to hurling in years. But are they needed? All-Ireland and All-Star winners Eddie Brennan and Shane McGrath joined Irish Examiner GAA correspondent John Fogarty to discuss the state of the game.
A Footballer's Life: Conor Hourihane
Republic of Ireland midfielder Conor Hourihane has enjoyed a flying start to his loan move from Aston Villa to Swansea.
He talks to Graham Cummins about the ups and downs of a career that has also taken in Sunderland, Ipswich, Plymouth and Barnsley, proving some doubters wrong by reaching the Premier League and learning along the way that the most important asset a footballer has is his mind.
In memory of Éamonn Ryan
Legendary Cork ladies football manager Éamonn Ryan visited the Irish Examiner studio last March for a special podcast to mark International Women's Day. He was joined by Therese O'Callaghan, Irish basketball international Gráinne Dwyer, Sport Ireland's Nora Stapleton, and Irish Examiner Sports Editor Tony Leen. Here's a selection of Eamonn's wit and wisdom from that afternoon.
Farewell to 2020 — the highs and lows and what's next for women's sport?
Louise Galvin, Cliona Foley, Therese O’Callaghan and Eoghan Cormican discuss the progress and problems for women's sport in 2020, the impact of the 20X20 campaign, their highlights and lows of the year, and their wishes for women's sport in 2021.
Is it the end of the dual player?
Would amalgamation into the GAA really solve all problems for camogie and ladies football?
Will the pandemic affect women's sport more?
Misogyny and abuse of female players.
Issues around sponsorship and corporate responsibility.
The need for men to be allies with female sportspeople.
And much more...
The Paul Galvin interview: Management, Kerry, controversy, rivalries and football beliefs
Paul Galvin sits down with Tony Leen to discuss everything from his brief management stint with Wexford to old battles with Cork's Noel O'Leary.
From Colm Cooper to David Clifford, from the school classroom to the English language, from Wexford to Mayo, from regrets to football philosophies.
As well as identifying the team-mate he’d want riding shotgun down a dangerous alleyway.
Dalo's Hurling Show Christmas Special: 'Don't give up 'til it's over' on Spotify
Anthony Daly, TJ Ryan and Mark Landers take a roundabout route to picking their team of the year, dish out a few Christmas presents to hurling's managers, and offer a song and a message to take us into a better 2021.
In association with Renault Ireland.