very difficult to sympathise with the guy … absolutely drowned in privilege … sorry but had to turn it off …
Sow NG via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 11/15/21
I’ve never listened to this podcast before but the first twenty minutes with Blind Boy was an ad for patreon. Please give me some content before I have to pay. Entertain me or inspire me and I’ll gladly pay. Come on lads.
healerfrank via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/29/21
This is brilliant. As a very occasional runner over the last few years (3 or 4 times a year) this has really helped to improve my running plan and speed. Very relaxing listen too. Thanks
Simon Egan via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 11/07/20
I am new to the podcast and also something of a podcast addict. This is terrific. Insightful interviewing and great guests. Highly recommended.
snooker shoes via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/20/20
Great quality but tedious intro.. want to listen to the conversation with the guest... keep up good work
djdytgvvgg via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 05/10/20
Standard of guest is remarkable but I personally found Jarlaths monologues of self promotion a little jading. Pity as a solid 3 stars with plenty potential.
Kaytrn via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 05/04/20
Great guests and good questions. A gentleman who brings the good out in others.
AidanB25 via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 04/12/20
Great interview with Mary Robinson. Will look to download on kindle her book you suggested.
ntibin via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 03/30/20
I love this podcast, Jarlath Regan is a comic who is also a really good interviewer. Been listening for a while and tonight i listened to a special coronavirus edition - public service broadcasting!!
Wrighto74 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/04/20
Just subscribed to it and will now unsubscribe. Four minutes into the podcast and he’s still talking about sponsors and what not. Probably thinks his time is more important than ours. What a waste!
Boorie. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/29/20
Was unsure whether I would listen to the Ewan McKenna episode but was delighted I did. Totally changed my perception of the man, straight talker who can articulately defend his opinions. Particularly enjoyed Jarlath being so defensive of the rugby establishment. Well done to Jarlath on getting...Read full review »
MichCall via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 02/13/20
Jarlath’s understanding of his guests and the way he can dig deep into their humanity makes for a wonderful listen every time
Splendori via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 10/25/19
One of the best Irish comedians hosts a very entertaining and informative podcast. Hoghly recommended. Enjoy.
A Rich Comic Life via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/09/19
I used to love this podcast - it got me into podcasts in the first place! The original format ran out very early on when Jarlath ran out of Irishmen living abroad. After acknowledging the faux pas in the title, he moved onto Irish women. Then he interviewed people with no Irish connection...Read full review »
1Thomas____ via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 09/06/19
Without a doubt this is my favourite podcast. Jarlath consistently has great diversity in his guests and I’ve listened to people I would never have thought of it wasn’t for his approach. It’s incredible to see how Jarlath’s interviewing skills have grown and no guest seems out of place with...Read full review »
Lúcás via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/23/19
I enjoy the majority of guests and talks! I’m not Irish but I dig them.
MissCrow via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/19
The host constantly speaks over guests and imposes his own perceptions of Ireland onto them. I’m not a fan.
Tim Stirling via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/01/19
The Irishman abroad podcast is the perfect companion on my Sunday morning run. The variety of guests Jarlath interviews are superb and offer a wide variety of conversations. Top podcast by a top comedian and conversationalist!
Deacyliam via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/05/19
Loved your chat with Tadhg Great man even though I’m a Melbourne supporter myself One has gotta admire a man of his class, but times have changed lots I mentioned another great Kerry man the Late Mossy Keane to a young Kerry man some time recently, Sadly he had never heard of him ?? First of...Read full review »
Paddymickie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/16/19
I’m clearly not very Irish.......but I enjoy this podcast very much. The interviews are thoughtful and inspiring. A great escape for a long commute in Chicago.
dlsbch via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/18
Over the top pushing of a liberal agenda Slowly becoming an advertisement for friends films He also rarely asks a hard question and spends most of his time telling people they are the best/amazing etc etc
Dagg123456789 via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 11/20/18
One of my staples !
bottak via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 10/09/18
Cheers Jarlath for many years of quality content.
Braids Up via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/28/18
I just started listening to this today and Tom Dunne was fantastic. I miss Irish Radio so much, it’s so good to listen to a really good interview. I can’t wait to hear more.
Niamhieky via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/24/18
Start with the Ronan O’Gara episode and you’ll see what I mean!
Shelley Horan via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 08/23/18
I’m from Ireland but living in North Carolina the past 10 years. I drive all day for my job. This Podcast has some of the best interviews of any out there. It’s the first podcast I check to see if there’s a new episode. Highly recommend it to anyone living abroad.
Jmw236 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/18
It's really refreshing to hear long-form interviews where you really get to know the interviewee. So much of the internet is headlines and soundbites. This is a one-of-a-kind podcast.Read full review »
bod1966 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/12/18
Funny and informative I listen and go for a walk Always returning with a smile on my face
cavan aish via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 07/10/18
Jarlath has gone from a great stand up comic to arguably the best podcast host on the web. Unique questions and moving moments.
Matt Heanes via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/20/18
Great show. Jarlath is positive & compassionate yet honest & frank.
Scundered Maguire via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/08/18
Very honest, very emotional and raw. This deserves to be listen to. Don't have enough words to describe it, it is really that good. I tip my hat to Mr. Lightbody. Probably the most honest interview out there at present. Mr. Regan up there with one of your best ones!Read full review »
derekmartinluke via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 05/27/18
Superb Repeal episode. Lovely to find interviews that are just that, quality, paced discussion with no gimmicks or interrupting adds.
Meryl13 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/21/18
This is a once a week must for me. Jarlath’s interview style is really smooth and non threatening but he still managed to be right into the subject matter. Keep up the great work!
Dualta - tecbed via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/12/18
Definitely worth subscribing. I love the set up of this podcast, Jarlath is a really good interviewer and gets the best out of his guests.
Coco-spud via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 04/08/18
Unfortunately due to the fact that this podcast has a password attached to it (which apparently should NOT be done), it is causing me serious problems with a pop up on my iPhone. If the administrator reads this can you PLEASE remove the password. I did enjoy the podcast prior to these problems....Read full review »
spark115 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/08/18
Love the show. Delivers magical moments every time. So many classics to go back to over and over. The Chris O’Dowd episode is a good starting point if you want to get a feel for what’s in store.
Nlarkin via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 04/07/18
I tend to pick my episodes with guests I like or relate to. Never let down by the soft spoken smart interviewer. Great stuff.
The Big Effer via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/26/18
Thanks for reposting the Chris O’Dowd episode. Always makes me laugh. The Blindboy interview was great too.
CormacDc via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 03/15/18
After 3 years, I still really enjoy listening to this podcast. Varied, interesting guests talking about ... everything.
cathyteacher via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/14/18
What is it about this guy? He’s the podcasting equivalent of Bono.
Sablar via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 03/10/18
As an Irishman who has lived in Nashville for 20 years this podcast brings me so much joy hearing about the success of fellow Irish citizens living abroad. Thank you!
Arcticmonkeysfan4335 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/08/18
I like you
IrishSniper via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 03/07/18
Sooooo many straight white guys. Jarlath, make an effort.
K. Donnellan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/17/18
Jarlath, I love the podcast, but can you please stop trying to justify everything your interviewees say and just let them speak.
Frogitius via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 01/28/18
Amazing podcast, if you’re Irish or just interested in Ireland, this podcast is a must listen. Amazing guests.
Wedger NZ via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/14/18
Love these interviews! Don’t need to be Irish to enjoy these, so many interesting people who’ve achieved across various spheres. Great stories and interviews which give you an insight that you would otherwise not be able to get.
Mick the boii via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/08/17
I heard this podcast mentioned on a Newstalk interview, can't believe I only heard about this now, brilliant....Read full review »
Laura RVN via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/06/17
Amazing content and discussion each week with a wide range of interesting people. Definitely worth a listen!
ross oneill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/05/17
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