Once a week, the congregation gets a good talking to.
HATCHING BLACKBIRD: Episode 1
A few years ago Giles Brody and Colin Chadwick were asked to begin work on a screenplay for a spy film starring an exciting A List talent. They recorded their writing sessions and present them here for educational purposes.
EPISODE 100: QUIGG CHECKS IN WITH OLD NED IN QUARANTINE
While the world is self-isolating, Fr Quigg calls church caretaker Old Ned (Colin Chadwick) to find out the location of the cleric's coveted copy of Space Jam on DVD.
HUGE SPECIAL THANKS TO SIMON BRODY!
EPISODE 99: QUIGG BRINGS HIS PET TORTOISE ROLLO TO THE VET, HUGH GRANT RELEASES HIS OWN POITIN
Vet Justin helps Rollo get ready for his birthday parachute jump.
EPISODE 98: LOVE ISLAND vs TIM REID’S SEX CANOE, EUTHANIZING CHEWBACCA, OLD NED IS TORTURED, YESTERDAY BUT WITH MACY GRAY INSTEAD OF THE BEATLES
On the latest Sunday Sermon Podcast Fr. Quigg sounds off about
Love Island ripped off Quigg's old idea, "Tim Reid's Sex Canoe"!
Old Ned's brush with torture!
Macy Gray mania!
Episode 97: Maria & Ian Bailey’s epic faileys, Gemmtrails,, Quigg writes a song about the phone game “Snake”
Lots to get through this week.
Politician Maria Bailey fell off a swing and was prevented from suing by the corrupt media.
Ian Bailey is sentenced to 25 years in prison for murdering a woman by the corrupt media (and French law courts).
Quigg recalls putting Chewbacca down.
A reporter tries to make Quigg feel shame for his private jet and FAILS!
Episode 96: Election madness, Game Of Thrones, the Healy-Rae’s love for John Delaney
Quigg talks elections,
what to do if you didn't like or watch Game Of Thrones
a previously undiscovered audio of a phone call between John Delaney and one of the Healy-Rae's.
This podcast has made me laugh to the point of puking. I hope it gets the audience and love it deserves.
Finally... we can laugh again
The “Serial” of the Irish Catholic Priest podcast genre.
Sublime comedy - features acutely-observed set-pieces that catch the Zeitgeist perfectly. My only complaint is that it has taken me so long to discover him. Father Declan Quigg delivers a fearless send-up of all that is complacently conservative and cruelly self-righteous.