Heard the news? The Indo Daily takes you beyond the headlines of the stories people are talking about. This is news like you’ve never heard it before.
Jennifer Poole murder: my last memory of my sister is lying there in a bed of blood
Jennifer Poole was murdered by her ex-partner Gavin Murphy. Murphy had previous convictions for assaulting a former partner, which Jennifer did not know about. Now Jennifer’s family are campaigning for changes to the law to protect women in danger. Her brother Jason tells her story. Host: Fionnán Sheahan. Guests: Jason Poole, Ellen Coyne See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's the end game for Enoch Burke?
Enoch Burke missed a High Court deadline last Friday to show his intention to stop showing up at a Co Westmeath school. With fines of €700-a-day for breaches of this order, the Indo Daily asks what is his end game? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Best of: Unjustified and unjustifiable - Remembering Bloody Sunday
On Sunday, 30 January 1972, British soldiers killed 13 people taking part in a civil rights demonstration in the Bogside area of Derry. A 14th victim died four months later. The Indo Daily remembers those who lost their lives and looks at how events of the day unfolded, and how it would be almost four decades before the families of those victims would receive an apology. Host: Siobhán Maguire. Guest: Martina Devlin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Girl at the grotto: The tragedy of Ann Lovett
Nearly four decades ago, 15-year-old Ann Lovett died after giving birth at a grotto in Granard, Co Longford. The Indo Daily hears her tragic story. This episode was first broadcast in January 2022. Host: Siobhán Maguire. Guest: Emily O'Reilly, European Ombudsman. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The reinvention of Colin Farrell: bad boy, Banshees and Oscar buzz
It’s been a big week for Castleknock’s Colin Farrell after scooping his first Oscar nomination for best actor. But the road to the Oscars has been far from straightforward for the former Hollywood bad boy. Host: Kevin Doyle Guests: Melanie Finn and Chris WasserSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Unsolved: The 15-year search for missing Dublin teenager Amy Fitzpatrick
On New Year's Day in 2008, 15-year-old Dubliner, Amy Fitzpatrick left the home of a friend in Spain where she lived. She was never seen again and her whereabouts remain a mystery. The Indo Daily looks back on the case of the missing teenager. Host: Siobhán Maguire. Guests: Christine Kenny and Sarah Caden.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good but flawed
As an Irishman abroad, The Indo Daily is an interesting window into Irish life, but it has some issues:
- As others note, the research feels rushed and is inaccurate at times
- Feels as if it lacks a cohesive voice which is surprising for a quality newspaper
How dare they complain about having to pay for their own security HE IS a MILLIONAIRE
As a British tax payer I am struggling to pay my heating bills & They have the cheek!!! To expect the British public to fund their security audacity beggars belief !!!!!! How Dare They !!!! As for Harry he used to be a nice -but dim - Now he seems to have completely lost it!!!
She was killed because of Domestic Abuse
Her name was Reeva Steenkamp, not once did the podcast discuss the know history in their short relationship of power and control.