85 episodes

The repository of the story of the Irish people.
You can support both Ryhan & Oran by donating a coffee to us at www.buymeacoffee.com/wetheirish

We, The Irish Oran & Ryhan O'Halloran

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    • 4.7 • 29 Ratings

The repository of the story of the Irish people.
You can support both Ryhan & Oran by donating a coffee to us at www.buymeacoffee.com/wetheirish

    EP85: Naleli

    EP85: Naleli

    The story of the first star of Irish music

    • 15 min
    EP84: The Rescue

    EP84: The Rescue

    The story of one of the men behind one of the great prison breaks

    • 32 min
    EP83: Nehemiah

    EP83: Nehemiah

    The story of the Limerick woman who lived a life of extra-ordinary adventure

    • 27 min
    EP82: The Don

    EP82: The Don

    This is the story of the Dublin man who became a Manchester Uniter and FC Barcelona Legend

    • 28 min
    EP81: Two of Our Own

    EP81: Two of Our Own

    This is the story of the Dublin woman who did not deserve the hand fate dealt her.

    • 18 min
    EP80: Leonidas of Bohola

    EP80: Leonidas of Bohola

    The story of the Mayo man who was one of the greatest athletes the world has ever known.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Catmom100 ,

Great Storytelling

Love this podcast. I’m American born but 100% Irish ancestry. The tone and content of this podcast are engaging. Makes me feel closer to my ancestors by understanding their struggles and triumphs.

iMags ,

Top class

Well done guys. Keep up the great work, the untold stories are magnificent. The cadence of your voice and the lovely music. Go raibh maith agut 👏🏻☘️💯

Reasserted and informed ,

Margaret Stanger

I have enjoyed this podcast for quite some time. Now the time has come for us to part ways. Your description of Margaret Stanger was so unbelievably biased, slanted, untrue, and misleading. To portray her as a great and virtuous heroine for women’s rights is criminal. She was one of the all-time greatest racists and mass murderers of our time. I could not believe my ears as you described her, a genocidal maniac, as some wonderful and virtuous woman. So, I have to say farewell.

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