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Michael Lee and Shams Charania  

Joining Chris Mannix on The Vertical this week is The Vertical's NBA writer Michael Lee and the NBA Insider for The Vertical Shams Charania. Chris talks with Michael and Shams about the offseason that that Boston Celtics, Raptors and T'Wolves have had so far. The guys also talk about the situation that is the New York Knicks. It's all here and more on The Vertical Podcast with Chris Mannix.

#214: Lucky Carrickfergus  

Looks like you lucked out once again with another weekly episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast featuring indie Celtic music from Boston Blackthorne, Buzz Turner, Jil Chambless, Scott Hoye, Headland, Haggis Rampant, Kyle Carey, The Gas Men, Shamus O'Blivion, Eilis Crean, The Canny Brothers Band, Raymond McCullough, Marys Lane, The Shams. celticmusicpodcast.com/214

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Today's show is brought to you by Celtic Invasion Vacations

If you are listening to this podcast then you probably dream of traveling to one of the Celtic nations. So I have one piece of advice. Do it! I'm not saying you should join me on one of my Celtic Invasion Vacations. I'm not saying you should join another tour group. But travel. Go. Right now.

Mark Twain wrote: "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime."

Traveling will change your life for the better forever. Stop waiting for the "right moment". Start planning now.

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:55
"Sam Adams/The Shores of Lake Cochituate" by Boston Blackthorne
from County Kerry to Kerry Park

4:58
"Jig of an Elderly Gent" by Buzz Turner
from The View from Here

7:43
"Follow the Heron Home" by Jil Chambless
from The Ladies Go Dancing

11:11
"The South Wind Carrickfergus" by Scott Hoye
from Black Rose

15:56
"Raglan Road" by Headland
from Longtime Coming

21:01
Celtic Music News

22:21
"Gravel Path/First Slip/Poisoned Dwarf/Back in Black" by Haggis Rampant
from Tri

23:58
"Sios Dhan An Abhainn" by Kyle Carey
from North Star

27:25
"The Boys of Ballinamore/The Monks of the Screw" by The Gas Men
from Clement Street

30:12
"Raggle Taggle Gypsie" by Shamus O'Blivion
from Single

33:57
"Lucky Penny Set" by Eilis Crean
from The Lonesome Fiddler

38:19
Celtic Feedback

43:23
"Celtic Sympony" by The Canny Brothers Band
from The Guinness Situation

47:41
"I Will Lift My Eyes Up" by Raymond McCullough
from Into Jerusalem

51:25
"I Once Crossed an Ocean" by Marys Lane
from I Once Crossed an Ocean

57:40
"Cruel Sister" by The Shams
from Go On Home Boys

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Endless Celtic Summer #144  

Irish Celtic music from Banish-Misfortune, La Unica, The Shams, Out of Alba, Patrick K, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Secret Commonwealth, Coole Park, The Celtic Reggae Revolution, Sassanak Lassies, Martyn Wylde, Staggering Jack, Sarah Marie Mullen, Mikey Mason, The Tomfooligans, Appalachian Celtic Consort, The Triskells, Kevin McCormack, Prydein, Barleyjuice.  www.celticmusicpodcast.com

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Today’s show is brought to you by Celtic Invasion Vacations

Good food, good drink, and good company. Join Marc Gunn on an exciting Invasion of Wales in 2014. You will enjoy a small, friendly group, one-third the size of most tour groups. Relax and savor the land like a local. You will enjoy lots of great Celtic music from Marc Gunn and other Celtic musicians. Smile, laugh, and make lots of wonderful memories with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion Vacations. Subscribe to the Invasion today at CelticInvasion.com

 

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Celtic Top 20 officially comes to an end

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This Week in Celtic Music

“Road to Lisdoonvarna/Swallowtail Jig” by Banish-Misfortune
from The Fair Little Child

“Silver Spear/Maid Behind The Bar” by La Unica
from La Unica

“Cruel Sister” by The Shams
from Go On Home Boys

“Mr and Mrs McLean of Snaigow and Asoken” by Out of Alba
from Nithi Sessions

“City of Shame” by Patrick K
from Single

“Lothlorien” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Memories of Middle Earth (10th anniversary remastered)

“Springtime Unknown” by The Secret Commonwealth
from Last Call

“Old Hag, You Have Killed Me” by Coole Park
from Water Journeys

“Raggle Taggle Reggae” by The Celtic Reggae Revolution
from Everything Comes To Those Who Wait

“Whistle O’er the Lave O’T” by Sassanak Lassies
from Fast and Dirty

“The Road to Dunmore” by Martyn Wylde
from Minstrel’s Lament

“Johnny O’Brady’s Lea” by Staggering Jack
from The Sailor’s Daughter

“Deidre’s Lament” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from We Brought The Summer With Us

“The Ballad of Essie Tregowan” by Mikey Mason
from Storm Coming

“McGregor’s Pipes” by The Tomfooligans
from Five Rounds

“Ballydesmond Polkas 1, 2 and 3″ by Appalachian Celtic Consort
from Drop o’the Pure

“The Three Ravens” by The Triskells
from THE TRISKELLS

“Come My Little Son” by Kevin McCormack
from An Emigrant’s Letter

“Farewell to Eirann” by Prydein
from Live at the Fort

“Weekend Irish” by Barleyjuice
from Larry Kirwan’s Celtic Invasion

091 Shams B  

Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma

The Audio Nouman Ali Khan – 091 Shams B appeared first on Muslim Central

091 Shams A  

Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma

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MAILTIME: Scams, Shams and Hoaxes  

Back in February 2015 we listed the biggest biggest scams, shams and hoaxes throughout history. Headaches, religion, caffeine, Magic Johnson, voting, traffic laws, and of course Helen Keller

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Ramadan With The Quran - Day 16  

Surah Ash-Shams In this talk, Ustadh Nouman offers deep insight into an oath Allah makes in ayat 7-8 of Surah Ash-Shams. Here Allah swears by the human nafs, the self, that He created in perfect proportions. Ustadh explains how it is this nafs that Allah inspired within every human being which distinguishes us from other...

The Audio Nouman Ali Khan – Ramadan With The Quran – Day 16 appeared first on Muslim Central

Celtic Halloween #281  

Happy Halloween!  Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is back with another Celtic Halloween special with music from Faerydae, Barleyjuice, Spencer Murray & Pipeslinger, Burning Bridget Cleary, Anne Roos, Crepuscule, Steve Holloway, Dust Rhinos, Beltaine, Doolin', Whalebone, Kilted Kings, Jasper Coal, Socks in the Frying Pan, Water Street Bridge, Bill Grogan's Goat, The Shams.
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Today's show is brought to you by Celtic Invasion Vacations

Travel will change your life. It opens your eyes to the mysterious and makes historical events come alive. In 2017, you can experience the culture, history and legends of Brittany with the next Celtic Invasion Vacation. You'll join a small group of 8-10 invaders who love Celtic music and culture like you, and who love to travel. Brittany is one of the seven Celtic nations and is located in Northwest France. The Breton language is related closely to Welsh and Cornish. Subscribe to the mailing list to join a Free Webinar in November on "Breaking Down the Celtic Travel Barrier". Join the invasion at celticinvasion.com

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music.

* Thanks to Hank Woodward who sent me a bunch of Halloween song suggestions

* Hear more Celtic Halloween and Samhain songs in past shows.

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:41 "The Fiery Warlocks" by Faerydae from Changeling

5:47 "Tim Finnegan's Wake" by Barleyjuice from Six Yanks

9:53 "Strong Ciders" by Spencer Murray & Pipeslinger from Sound & Fury

14:23 "The Elfin Knight" by Burning Bridget Cleary from Totes for Goats

18:05 "Roslin Castle & The Woods of Kilmurry" by Anne Roos from A Light in the Forest

24:15 "Jack Ward" by Crepuscule from Horizon

28:28 "Geese in the Bog/Mist Covered Mountain/Queen of the Fair" by Steve Holloway from Next Stop, Seelie Court

34:47 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

35:32 "Mad Tom of Bedlam" by Dust Rhinos from I Should Behave

38:42 "Jump at Samhain's Fire" by Beltaine from Jump at Samhain's Fire

40:50 "Ballad of Hollis Brown" by Doolin' from Doolin'

45:29 "King of the Fairies" by Whalebone from Rootsy Folky Live and Funky

48:37 "Ride On" by Kilted Kings from Name On My Soul

53:42 CELTIC FEEDBACK

55:19 "My Son John/George's Favorite" by Jasper Coal from Just the One

59:02 "The Halloween Set" by Socks in the Frying Pan from Socks in the Frying Pan

1:03:27 "Matty Groves" by Water Street Bridge from Danse Macabre

1:06:55 "Pumpkin's Fancy" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Second Wind

1:10:48 "Cruel Sister" by The Shams from Go On Home Boys

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BREAKING NEWS: Derrick Rose Traded to Knicks  

Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania of the Vertical discuss the breaking news surrounding the Chicago Bulls trade of Derrick Rose the New York Knicks. Woj and Shams break down the impact of the Rose era in Chicago, and discuss whether the Knicks paid to steep of a price for Rose, who has had marginal value on the trade market. The two Vertical insiders discuss free agent possibilities to replace Robin Lopez at center in New York, including Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah. Nick DePaula, The Vertical’s shoe insider, joins Woj in another segment to discuss the impact on Rose’s shoe value and Adidas with the move from Chicago to New York.

Free St Patrick's Day Music Playlist of 2014 #154  

The free St. Patrick's Day music playlist of 2014 features Irish Celtic music from Rathkeltair, Baroque & Hungry, Gwilym Morus, Kevin McCormack, The Gothard Sisters, Jack Carey, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Telenn Tri, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Tea Merchants, Marc Gunn, The Rogues, The Shams, Finvarra, La Unica, Heather Dale, The Fire Inside. www.celticmusicpodcast.com

The Celtic Music Magazine is pleased to offer ALL of these songs for FREE thanks to the generosity of these artists. Head over to 17 Free Celtic MP3 Downloads for St. Patrick’s Day 2014 to download these great songs after March 14, 2014!

If you enjoy this show, then subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

Remember too, when you buy through our affiliates at CD BabyAmazon, or iTunes, you support the artists AND the podcast.

Today's show is brought to you by The Irish Tourism Group’s Traditional Music Tours of Ireland

See Ireland the right way with a traditional Irish music tour that will help you discover the very best in Irish music through recitals, sessions and demonstrations featuring some of the greatest names in traditional music in Ireland today including renowned composer and producer Peadar O’Riada, Donnchadh Gough from the band Danu and Jack Talty a well-known concertina player, composer and producer. In Ballyvourney you will meet popular traditional Irish dance instructor Timmy ‘The Brit’ McCarthy and learn a few steps yourself.

Experience 9 nights’ quality hotel accommodation, 15 meals, site entrance fees, transport in a luxury touring coach and a qualified and experienced tour guide throughout. See such sites as Gougane Barra and Blarney Castle in Cork, The Dingle Peninsula in Kerry and the magnificent Cliffs of Moher to name but a few.

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Some Great Irish Resources for St. Patrick's Day.

Internet Sacred Text Archive - Celtic Folklore The National Archives of Ireland Ireland By Ways Irish Fireside

 

This Week in Celtic Music

"The Ballad of Colonel John Macintosh" by Rathkeltair
from 8

"The Road to Lisdoonvarna" by Baroque & Hungry
from Mended

"Eryri" by Gwilym Morus
from Awena

"Come My Little Son" by Kevin McCormack
from An Emigrant’s Letter

"Flying Sails" by The Gothard Sisters
from Compass

"The Emigrants Story" by Jack Carey
from The Emigrants Story

"Rambling Shuiler" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer
from Red House

"An Andro" by Telenn Tri
from Telenn Tri

"Ballad of Tim Evans" by Burning Bridget Cleary
from Pressed for Time

"Frogg Polkas" by The Tea Merchants
from Gaslights Snaps

"Loch Tay Boat Song" by Marc Gunn
from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion

"Cullen Anderson" by The Rogues
from Live in Canada, Eh?

"Cruel Sister" by The Shams
from Go On Home Boys

"Kelpie-Cliffs of Moher" by Finvarra
from Finvarra

"Irish Rock Song #4" by La Unica
from La Unica

"Star of the County Down" by Heather Dale
from My Celtic Heart

"Dulaman" by The Fire Inside
from Strike the Match

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Sanning eller konsekvens med Shams  

Det är torsdag och Emma kommer med en tolkning av en sommarplåga. Hon tolkar Medinas låt Miss Decibel som nu blir en hyllning till arbetarmannen - Mr Blåställ! Och så blir det lekar på kollot och Emma och Shams kör sanning eller konsekvens.

Emma frågar ut Shams om ungdomssaker  

Det är onsdag och vi har Stockholmsbandet Urban cone på besök. De tolkar sommarlåten I min lilla, lilla värld. Emma har också letat fram en massa frågor från ungdomar som Shams får svara på.

Veckans kolloutmaning: plåtslöjd!  

Det har blivit dags för veckans kolloutmaning plåtslöjd. Shams får guidning av Birgitta som kan sina grejer. Sen så har Emma kollat upp att Shams har hela sju syskon och ett till på väg.

Veckans kollogäst Shams loggar in  

Veckans kollogäst Shams Ben-Mannana signar in på kollot. Hon kom tvåa i svenska top model. Ska Emma äntligen lära sig hur man smize:ar?

091 – Shams Part 2  

Tafseer Surah 091 – Shams Part 2 by Nouman Ali Khan

091 – Shams Part 1  

Tafseer Surah 091 – Shams Part 1 by Nouman Ali Khan

Al-Shams (1/1)  

Sourat Al-Shams (Verses 1-15)

Reclaiming Karachi  

Razia wants to win Pakistan’s first Olympic gold medal for women’s boxing; student teacher Iqra is a guide on Karachi’s first tourist bus tour; top boy scout Rizwaan started Pakistan’s Youth Parliament and young lawyer Faiza has created Asia’s first female troupe of improvisational comedians. They are just some of the young people determined to put their home city on the map for good reasons rather than bad. In 2013 Karachi was described as the most dangerous mega-city in the world where political gang warfare, terrorist bomb blasts, targeted killings, kidnapping and extortion were everyday occurrences. But in the past two years the security situation has been brought under control and citizen-led activities to reclaim Karachi’s public spaces are blossoming again, particularly by young people under 30 who make up two thirds of Pakistan’s population. Walls that were once covered with political slogans and hate speech are now painted over with murals celebrating the city’s history and diversity. Nightlife is once again booming with arts and culture back on the stage. This spring’s annual all-night Aalmi Mushaira, held in the Karachi Expo Centre, attracted thousands of Urdu poetry lovers of all ages and backgrounds. And the comedy scene is thriving, drawing new audiences and challenging stereotypes with internationally successful acts such as Saad Haroon. Join Karachi radio journalist Noreen Shams Khan to discover a Pakistan that you do not usually hear about. (Photo: A young pupil at Karachi’s first all-girls boxing club. Credit: Culture Wise Productions)

Tunisie : l'association Shams soutient les membres de la communauté LGBT  

durée : 00:04:23 - InterNational - par : Michaël Thebault - Ce soir, direction la Tunisie, où, chaque mois, des Tunisiens sont arrêtés par la police parce qu'ils sont homosexuels ou soupçonnés de l'être...

Madam Secretary Re-cap 303 : South China Seas  

Lian Dolan and Julie Dolan of the Satellite Sisters recap the latest episode of the CBs drama Madam Secretary. Season 3, Episode 3: 

South China Sea   Alternate titles:  Battle of the lapel pins The President Leaves the Oval Office Catfishin’ Panda Diplomacy China Blinks What the heck is going on with our fridge?   Storylines:   Activists captured in South China Sea and China vows to make an example of them. It’s LOST! Oh, no it’s not China also pretends to own everything in the South China Sea. And if you like me were wondering what happens in the South China Seas, the Wonk Team comes up with some facts and figures.        Panda Talk—did it seem like someone in the writers room just discovered the Panda cam and decided to write a whole episode about it? Fine with that—but lots of Panda talk.      Crazy Henry and the Spooky Fridge Henry and Bess make the bed. And fight about former student who made threats. And putting on pillow shams.. at one point, Henry starts mansplaining mental illness and stalking. To Bess. Who was in the CIA. Henry runs with his theory that a former student is the one threatening an terrorizing the family. The FBI not that helpful—or so it seems. Until they are and Henry almost blows the whole deal.     
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