Comedy – Irland – Beliebte Podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Avril Lavigne was a punk pop sensation who topped the charts in the early noughties, and she still performs to sold-out crowds today. But what if the Avril we’ve been following all these years is not the same Avril we fell in love with? What if — as a curious theory claims — Avril was replaced by a look-alike at the height of her fame? In ‘Who Replaced Avril Lavigne” comedian Joanne McNally searches far and wide — from Avril’s hometown to the underbelly of the internet — to find out if the rumours are true. Along the way, she immerses herself in a mind-bending world of fake celebrity deaths, doppelgangers, conspiracy theories, and downright absurdity.

    Who Replaced Avril Lavigne? Joanne McNally Investigates is produced by What’s The Story Sounds – for BBC Sounds and CBC Podcasts.

  • Each Wednesday Deirdre and Emma will discuss what’s delighted them, bewildered them, enraged them, and everything in between.
    No topic is out of bounds from the highest brow to the lowest pelvic floor. Through their uniquely comedic lens, this podcast creates the kind of belly laughs you’ll want to send to a friend; and with the state of the world, a good laugh is in order! With two queens of Irish Comedy, you'll be in good hands.
    Their friendship was recently cemented when they both took part in the no. 1 Amazon Prime show LOL Last one Laughing Ireland presented by Graham Norton. They’re two hilarious and fully-fledged grown women who don’t have time for the faff, so let’s just keep it tight shall we??

    This Podcast is part of the Headstuff Network. Find out more at

    This Podcast is sponsored by Key For Her.
    Click the link and your 20% discount for all Key For Her products will be applied at checkout.

    Producer: Laura Greene 
    Artwork: Alan Bourke -Tuffy 

    Thank you for listening! 

  • Pure conversation, of the language loving storytelling variety. Unpredictable and funny, carefree and intimate. Join Tommy Tiernan, his school pal Hector O'hEeochagain and Mayo woman Laurita Blewitt as they sit around the table in a shed at the bottom of a garden in the West of Ireland and just chat. You'll wish you were there to join in....

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  • Comedy with Oliver Callan as he takes on some well-known voices in the worlds of entertainment, politics and sport.

  • From the plain, to the insane, to the completely mundane. Welcome to Mark Mehigan’s Weekly Roast! Join comedian Mark Mehigan as he navigates his way through modern Irish life, whilst lightly roasting every aspect of pop culture. Mark Mehigan's Weekly Roast promises to be the perfect blend of comedy and sincerity, combining his storytelling skills, captivating stand up talent & viral social roasts. Listen every Wednesday on the GoLoud App, or wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Two lads from the inner city of Dublin sitting around doing what they do best, talking bollox. Contact us by email: [email protected]

  • Young Hot Guys is the podcast you most desire. It is hot enough to melt your eardrums and so young that its generation hasn’t even been named yet. But what is it about… well, my friend, exactly. 
    Shane Daniel Byrne, Tony Cantwell and Killian Sundermann are Young Hot Guys.
    This podcast is produced by HeadStuff Podcasts, find out more at
    Artwork by Shane Kenna
    Email us at [email protected]

  • Join Ireland’s most popular comic satirist for brand new comedy, rants about the state of the world, and interviews with a twist. You never know what you’ll get by pressing play on this podcast, but you always know Mario Rosenstock will be there to welcome you in

  • Welcome to "Moose on the Loose," my personal journey shared with you, through the highs and lows that life has tossed my way. I'm Paul, your guide on this adventure, where laughter mingles with tears, and every story is a step toward understanding the complex tapestry of human emotions. This series dives into the heart of my experiences—coming out in a world that hasn't always been accepting, navigating the challenges of adoption, battling the chains of addiction, and confronting the relentless need for attention and validation.

    Set against the backdrop of Achill Island's breathtaking beauty, this podcast is my voyage across life's turbulent seas. From the addictive depths that threatened to drown me to the serene moments of mindfulness that offered a lifeline, each episode peels back another layer of my quest for identity, belonging, and self-acceptance. My adoption story is not just a search for where I come from; it's a deeper exploration of who I am and who I aspire to be, amidst the ever-present quest to fill the voids of displacement and disconnection.

    "Moose on the Loose" is more than a podcast; it's an open diary of my struggles and triumphs, a place where I lay bare the raw truths of my life in the hopes of connecting with others who might feel just as lost or alone. Through candid discussions about my battles with addiction, my journey through the complexities of my sexuality, and the incessant yearning to be loved and accepted, I hope to light a path of hope for anyone wandering in the dark.

    Join me on this emotional rollercoaster, where vulnerability is our common language, and resilience our shared outcome. Each episode is a reflection of the power of storytelling to heal, to unite, and to inspire. Whether you're here for a dose of empathy, a bit of wisdom, or simply to feel part of a larger story, "Moose on the Loose" welcomes you. Together, let's explore the intricacies of identity, embrace the journey of self-love, and find laughter and light in the places we least expect. This is my story, shared with you, in the hope that it might help us all to navigate the beautiful mess that is life.


    Host: Paul Stenson

    Produced by White Moose Media in collaboration with Graco Studios

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  • Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling love true crime - in fact, they're a little bit obsessed. And now they want to share that obsession with you.

    Join Laura and Iain as they dive deep into some of the world's most jaw-dropping crime stories. Expect murder, mayhem, blackmail, betrayal, and more.

    Each week, the pair choose a new crime and divulge all the details you're dying to know. They unpick the crucial moments and get to the heart of the whodunnit - all while making each other laugh along the way.

    Murder They Wrote with Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling is available weekly on BBC Sounds. Subscribe now so you never miss an episode!

    If you would like to send us a message, email [email protected] and join the conversation using the hashtag #lauraiainpodcast.

  • Big News Coming Soon Podcast with Alan Clarke

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  • HOW TO GAEL is your brand new bilingual podcast. A new generation of Irish speakers, Doireann, Louise and Síomha are living, working, socialising and reviving an Ghaeilge in a way that is súimiúil, spraoiúil agus just good craic. You will not learn the modh coinníollach on this pod - forget gramadach agus obair bhaile. This is giving bilingual bottomless brunch, car chats with your cairde, an stuff atá i do ghrúpa whatsapp. 

    Besides being friends, TV presenters (TG4) and women in their n/early 30s, Doireann Ní Ghlacáin, Louise Cantillon and Síomha Ní Ruairc have another thing in common - they live their lives bilingually and as Gaeilge.

    From dealing with criticism online to asking for a raise or calling on our ancestral wisdom, the cailíní will draw from their own personal experiences with a fun "how-to". They’ll navigate the problems most women have at this point in their lives. Come along on their weekly catch ups where current affairs, popular culture and just general gossip will also bí á bplé. A bilingual format, How to Gael is your answer to bringing more Irish into your life, no matter your level.

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  • Eric Lalor and Willa White sit down with a different guest each week to find out what their story is, have a bit of craic and delve deep into the shenanigans of life and cultural phenomenas.

    Expect big guests, big conversations and big laughs.

    Lookin’ for a feel-good listen? Well done, you’ve found it.

    Brought to you with The Laughter Lounge.

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  • Comedy & life stories from Ireland's favourite comedy duo The 2 Johnnies. Hotter than fresh tay. See for all details.

  • Say hi to Meet/Cute, a podcast about getting together, breaking up, and everything that comes in between. 

    I’m your host, Rosemary Mac Cabe, journalist and author of the book, This is Not About You, a memoir told through a chronology of romantic relationships. As I was putting the book together, I started to think about how fascinating romance is. What brings two people together? And what tears them apart? 

    In this podcast, I’ll be talking to as wide an array of people as I can about the relationships that have colored the landscape of their lives. What age were they when they met their first love? Do they have a type? What red flags have they started to recognize along the way? 

    In other words: tell. Me. Everything.

    This is a podcast for romantics; it’s a podcast for lovers, and dreamers; it’s a podcast for anthropologists but, above all else, it’s a podcast for nosy f*ckers. Join me every Thursday for a new chat about the ins and outs – if you’ll excuse the pun – of finding love. 

    Meet/Cute, available wherever you get podcasts. 

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  • The shift is an Irish and American podcast about sex, dating, relationships and just the chats. Comedian Katie Boyle and guests try to navigate the crazy world of sex and dating on both sides of the Atlantic.

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  • The Darkest Hour is a fictional podcast about a women’s radio show broadcast at 4 a.m. Presenter Jacinta Grogan pushes her feminist worldview on a disappointed, downtrodden and insomniac audience. The result is a seriously dark, seriously funny satire on disappointment.

  • Welcome to LuAnna: The Podcast. Hosted by pals Luisa Zissman & Anna Williamson, join the girls for their no holes barred rants, chats & bants on the topical stories of the week. Laugh along with their latest antics and join in with sharing your stories and opinions - there is no such thing as TMI on this podcast!

  • If you like learning about the weird and wonderful side of nature - about things like spider sex, venom-packing frogs, or mind-controlling parasites, and more - then this is the podcast for you! Oh, and it's in a shed.

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  • Jenny and Ray at home chatting. Interruptions by our children a definite possibility.