Blue Is The Colour

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Sinopse

The Dublin GAA Supporters Podcast from Hill 16 Army

Episódios

  • 78: Blue Is The Colour #78

    78: Blue Is The Colour #78

    03/12/2019 Duração: 57min

    A very special episode of Blue Is The Colour to mark Jim Gavin's departure as Dublin Senior Football manager. One of Jim's former teammates Vinnie Murphy and one of his close friends Johnny Courtenay join me to look back on the man, the legend and the incredible legacy he leaves behind. We also discuss just who will be his replacement.

  • 77: Blue Is The Colour #77

    77: Blue Is The Colour #77

    11/09/2019 Duração: 01h03min

    In the second of this weeks All Ireland Final preview podcasts, Jackie Cahill from the LGFA, Patricia Monahan from the Dublin LGFA and Rob Hartnett join me to preview in detail this Sunday's big day for our three in a row chasing Ladies Senior Footballers as they take on Galway. We also chat about the continued upward curve of Ladies Gaelic Football, the fantastic work being done to promote the game, the 20 X 20 campaign and lots more. 

  • 76: Blue Is The Colour #76

    76: Blue Is The Colour #76

    10/09/2019 Duração: 01h03min

    Our Boys In Blue have to do it all again so the podcast goes again too with another All Ireland Final preview. Senan Connell, Vinnie Murphy, Johnny Courtenay and Declan Mahon are back to join me to look forward to this Saturday's All Ireland Final replay. Join us for lots of debate, insights and laughs as we countdown to what could be a historic day in Croke Park. 

  • 75: Blue Is The Colour #75

    75: Blue Is The Colour #75

    27/08/2019 Duração: 01h05min

    Yes it's a big All Ireland Final Preview Special episode this week as Senan Connell, Vinnie Murphy, Declan Mahon and Johnny Courtenay join me to look ahead to Sundays big day in Croker. Plenty of insight, discussion, debate and a few laughs along the way to really whet your appetite for what could be a historic day.

  • 74: Blue Is The Colour #74

    74: Blue Is The Colour #74

    21/08/2019 Duração: 44min

    6 All Ireland medals, 5 National League medals, 10 Leinster Championship medals, four All Stars and a huge part of Dublin's success over the last decade. The legend that is Paul Flynn joins me to look back on his outstanding career in Blue. From humble beginnings to the best in the country, Flynn gives an insight into the huge amount of hard work that it took to become such a success both on and off the pitch.

  • 73: Blue Is The Colour #73

    73: Blue Is The Colour #73

    07/08/2019 Duração: 01h07min

    It's Dublin v Mayo again - Who will win? We look forward to Saturday's blockbuster clash in Croker. The ticket fiasco, we discuss the shambles that supporters have faced. We also look back on another memorable day in Omagh last Sunday, our Ladies Senior Footballers win over Kerry that sees them in another All Ireland Semi Final plus lots more on Episode 73 of Blue Is The Colour.

  • 72: Blue Is The Colour #72

    72: Blue Is The Colour #72

    30/07/2019 Duração: 59min

    Six Leinster Senior Football medals, two National League medals, three All Stars, a Footballer of The Year and an All Ireland Champion. This episode's very special guest is Dublin legend Paul Curran, a man who is regarded as one of the classiest footballers to ever wear the blue jersey. We chat about his glittering playing career, his moves into management, the great days that this current Dublin side has given us and lots more.

  • 71: Blue Is The Colour #71

    71: Blue Is The Colour #71

    23/07/2019 Duração: 01h03min

    The issue of funding to Dublin GAA has been a huge topic over the last couple of years and has been used many times as a stick to undermine Dublin's success. Rob Hartnett from Sport For Business joins me to set the record straight and to dispel a lot of the myths that have been peddled in the media regarding Dublin's funding. We also set the record straight on the well worn arguments about Dublin's population and the Croke Park issue. Patricia Monahan from the Dublin LGFA also joins me to look forward to a big day in Parnell Park this Saturday for the Dublin Ladies Senior Footballers and to look back at last week's action. 

  • 70: Blue Is The Colour #70

    70: Blue Is The Colour #70

    17/07/2019 Duração: 57min

    An absolute privilege to have a man who lifted the National League, Delaney Cup and Sam Maguire as captain of the Dublin Senior Football team on this episode. John O'Leary's place amongst the GAA greats is assured as is his place amongst the hearts of Dublin supporters for the many years service he gave to the jersey. He joins me to look back on his fantastic career in blue along with his thoughts on Cluxton, the current Dublin side, the return of Connolly and more. 

  • 69: Blue Is The Colour #69

    69: Blue Is The Colour #69

    09/07/2019 Duração: 01h01min

    A tough weekend on the pitch for Dublin GAA, we look back at what could have been but look at the positives for the future. We look forward to a big weekend ahead as the Super 8's get underway for our Senior Footballers while our Ladies Footballers also begin their All Ireland journey in earnest. We also speak about the funding issue and the clear agenda of some in the media. All this and lots of laughs and more debate on Episode 69 of Blue Is The Colour 

  • 68: Blue Is The Colour #68

    68: Blue Is The Colour #68

    18/06/2019 Duração: 57min

    A man who knows all about the good and bad days for Dublin Hurling and Football, former Dublin Senior Footballer and Dublin Hurling legend Dotsy O'Callaghan joins me on this weeks episode to look back on what was a momentous night for Dublin Hurling last Saturday night and to look ahead to our Footballers Leinster Final against Meath this Sunday. We also look back on Dotsy's own time in Blue in both codes including those special days under Dalo, his time with the Dublin Footballers and lots more.

  • 67: Blue Is The Colour #67

    67: Blue Is The Colour #67

    11/06/2019 Duração: 55min

    I've been lucky to have some amazing guests on the 67 episodes of this podcast but this episode is my favourite yet by far. You would all know his voice from his role as stadium announcer in Croke Park but proud Kerryman Jerry Grogan has also spent 41 years overseeing the coaching of generations of future Dublin GAA stars through his role with Cumann Na mBunscol. He shares some amazing stories about his years about his life in GAA and Croke Park including some fantastic stories about Dublin stars past and present in what is an unmissable episode.

  • 66: Blue Is The Colour #66

    66: Blue Is The Colour #66

    28/05/2019 Duração: 59min

    Another great away day in Portlaoise both on and off the pitch last Saturday. We look back on Dublin's bloodless win over Louth and how The Blue and Navy support enjoyed themselves. We also look back at all last weekends events including another Mayo defeat (will they ever learn?) and preview this weekends action. All this and lots more debate and craic on Episode 66 of Blue Is The Colour 

  • 65: Blue Is The Colour #65

    65: Blue Is The Colour #65

    21/05/2019 Duração: 58min

    As our Boys In Blue begin the defence of their Leinster and All Ireland titles this Saturday, Dubs legend Vinnie Murphy and Johnathan Courtenay join me to look ahead to what the Summer will hold for Jim Gavin's men. Can they make history? What teams will pose the biggest threat? Who will star for Dublin? All this and lots more debate on Episode 65 of Blue Is The Colour.

  • 64: Blues Is The Colour #64

    64: Blues Is The Colour #64

    08/05/2019 Duração: 59min

    With suicide, depression and mental health as huge an issue in Ireland as ever, Pieta House ambassadors and Dublin Footballers Shane Carthy and Nicole Owens join me on this episode to share their inspiring stories of their own battles. We also discuss how so much more needs to be done in this country to help people suffering with their mental health, how you can help someone close to you that needs help and lots more.

  • 63: Blue Is The Colour #63

    63: Blue Is The Colour #63

    25/04/2019 Duração: 53min

    A multiple All Ireland winner, a multiple All Star and a firefighter. All round superwoman Lyndsey Davey is my special guest on this episode as we look back on what's been a long and decorated career in Blue since Lyndsey made her Dublin Senior Football team debut at the age of just 15.  We also chat about how Ladies Football has changed for the better in that time, the 20 x 20 initiatives and just how Lyndsey is able to balance being an intercounty footballer with such a demanding job.  All this and lots more on Episode 63 of Blue Is The Colour.

  • 62: Blue Is The Colour #62

    62: Blue Is The Colour #62

    16/04/2019 Duração: 58min

    The Dubs and being involved in GAA can be a great escape for many of us, be it from general life or whatever personal issues that we're dealing with. For my guests this week, attending Dublin games and being involved in GAA has not only been an escape, it has been vital in not only their lives but also the lives of their children. Fiona McHugh, who's son Alan has Down Syndrome, Ali Field, who's son James has autism, and Lorraine Groves, who's daughter Evie is on the road to recovery following a brain tumour, tell me all about how important The Dubs and GAA have been in their families lives. Some very heartwarming and inspirational stories about an association and team that wouldn't always get the best of press.

  • 61: Blue Is The Colour #61

    61: Blue Is The Colour #61

    02/04/2019 Duração: 57min

    Why there should be no sleepless nights in the Gavin household after Sunday's National League Final. A half term report on our Senior Footballers and Hurlers as Championship looms large. Diarmuid Connolly, the hypocrites that drove him out, rumours of his return and those about Rory O'Carroll. All this plus lots more chat, debate and craic on Episode 61 of Blue Is The Colour.

  • 60: Blue Is The Colour #60

    60: Blue Is The Colour #60

    26/03/2019 Duração: 01h02min

    A true Darling Of The Hill, one of Dublin's favourite sons and my own personal boyhood hero. The legend that is Charlie Redmond is this week's guest as we look back on a storied and successful career in blue with some fantastic tales from the great man himself thrown in for good measure. A must listen for any Dublin GAA fan.

  • 59: Blue Is The Colour #59

    59: Blue Is The Colour #59

    20/03/2019 Duração: 01h02min

    A bit of sense in all this doomsday talk about our footballers. We discuss how Jim Gavin is no doubt secretly delighted at where he has his troops as they head for Summer war. A monumental day for our Senior Hurlers. We look back on a victory that was a long tíme coming in Thurles on Saturday night. Croke Park's 20 × 20 hypocrisy and another win for our Girls In Blue. We also take a look ahead to another packed weekend of action this coming weekend along with all the usual chat, laughs and debate.

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