250 episodes

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy is a twice-weekly podcast.

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy The Stand

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5, 441 Ratings

The Stand with Eamon Dunphy is a twice-weekly podcast.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
441 Ratings
441 Ratings
Penelope1950 ,

Entertaining

Enjoy these podcasts in the main. Generally informative and entertaining. However your questions to your guests Eamon are getting longer by the day and it’s quite exhausting waiting for your questions to end and their answers to begin.
Please, please change that awful grating irritating theme tune!

V from Dublin ,

Mistake after Mistake - love it, love it, love it

Eamon, first of all welcome back and hope that your surgery went well.
Second, when I saw this interview with Bertie, my default was to skip this podcast. The legacy of the financial crash et al. However, I listened, stayed open minded and learned. Your interview and insightful questioning showed how great a negotiator and collaborator Bertie really was for the Good Friday Agreement and he brought constructive solutions for Brexit. Mrs May should have him as an advisor! You know Bertie we’ll and really brought out the collaborative side to his persona. Stay well.

finetuneddublin ,

Dead horses

Eamon great podcasts and delighted you’ve made a recovery from your recent surgery. I hate to put a negative slant on anything but I have to say it is clearly time to stop flogging the dead horse that is Brady and in particular Giles at this stage. While both obviously great players and decent analysts in their day they are now clearly edging towards the realms of comedy, in a bad way. They are inaccurate, argumentative and in general speaking a brand of nonsense that deserves no platform whatsoever. Come on man, you’re a smart guy, I’m quite sure you recognise this and realise this aspect of the podcast doesn’t stand up to your competitors. I’d listen to you, and Didi no problem on football but these two need to be cut loose at this stage. I can go into more specific details if you’d like but until I hear of their departure I’m afraid my subscription is to be canceled. I’d advise you to put personal feelings aside and look at this issue with your head and I’m sure you’ll come to a similar conclusion. The game is up for these two, devaluing the podcasts as a whole by their continued inclusion is insane.

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