BONUS EPISODE 2022: Oisin McConville & Andrew Trimble On A Shared Future In Northern Ireland
NOTE: This was initially a Second Captains World Service members-only show broadcast first on 22nd of April 2021. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a member at secondcaptains.com. Your support allows us to continue to do work like this, broadcast our daily shows and undertake long-term projects like 'Where Is George Gibney?'. We hope you enjoy the show. For months now, we’ve wanted to talk to Oisin McConville and Andrew Trimble, two of our favourite regular contributors, about a shared future in Northern Ireland, their very different upbringings, and what role sport can play in bridging the gap between two communities. We talk about why at various stages they felt like ‘bottlers’, how close Andrew came to learning the words to Amhrán na bhFiann, and why Oisin feels uncomfortable saying the words ‘Northern Ireland’.
50. Andrew Trimble - GM of The New England Wolves (EHL)
Let's Go! Hockey Podcast
This week on The Let's Go! Hockey Podcast we sit down with the GM and head coach of the New England Wolves AAA U16, Andrew Trimble, to talk about his journey through the game of hockey. Find out more about Andrew and the Wolves program at the links below! Wolves Homepage Wolves Facebook
TJHP EP097 | ft. Andrew Trimble - Discussing Recent Coronavirus Quarantine
The Junior Hockey Podcast
TJHP EP097 – This week’s episode of The Junior Hockey Podcast, Gresko and Rainer sit down with Andrew Trimble who is the General Manager and Coach of the New England Wolves in the Eastern Hockey League. They discuss the recent Coronavirus outbreak in the New England area and how it caused the New England Wolves to Quarantine their EHL, EHL Premier, and U16 team. The boys asked Trimble what the process was like, how they found out and what went into the decisions that were made. They had a great conversation about potential coronavirus outbreaks in Junior Hockey and just what exactly goes on behind the scenes. Make sure you keep sending us any questions or topics that you would like us to discuss on the podcast and as always, thank you for listening!
Andrew Trimble takes a trip down memory lane, and Chris Henry tags along
House of Rugby Ireland
On this special episode of House of Rugby, Barry Murphy takes Andrew Trimble on a stroll down memory lane as he looks back on a highly successful career with Ulster and Ireland, and his life away from the game. The lads are joined by Chris Henry for some gentle roasting of 'Dragon' Trimble!
What is up and welcome to the latest Energized Show! On this episode we have former Irish Rugby International Andrew Trimble on the show to discuss Podcasting, Being a one club man with Ulster Rugby & The Irish Rugby team. Check it out, enjoy, subscribe for more and as always Stay Energized!
#108 Andrew Trimble Interviews Matthew Thompson (Live From The Bunker)
Best Of Belfast: Northern Ireland's #1 Interview Podcast
You guys asked for it. Here's what was suppose to be "episode 101" where Andrew Trimble turns the tables and gets me on the other side of the mic. We chat about selling Tayto crisps to Norn Irish people living abroad, starting up t-shirt businesses at 16, leaving Northern Ireland "forever" and coming back home to start Best Of Belfast. (As well as dreams, short stories, mental health, burn out and tape cassettes). Enjoy! // P.S. I'll be doing a follow-up Q+A podcast with The Producer's Club online over the next few weeks where we'll get to questions submitted by you. Watch this space. In the meantime, we're putting out a podcast every single day during the COVID Crisis. "Quarantine Phone Calls" are an opportunity to take a break from screens and get outside while listening to me chat the ear of to someone interesting from this part of the world. Check it out. // To see a 'treasure trove' of all things related to Andrew (including a photo) please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/matthew-thompson-belfast Best Of Belfast is Northern Ireland's #1 Interview Podcast. We've shared 100+ hour-long conversations with incredible people from Northern Ireland. To find out more, or join 'The Producers Club' please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/ Cheers! — Matt
This week, Ulster and Ireland rugby legend, Andrew Trimble, joined Jarlath for a rare and fascinating conversation about his life and career. Andrew opens up about being able to speak freely in interviews since his retirement (patreon.com/irishmanabroad. You can also gain access to the entire Irishman Abroad archive of episodes through our iPhone and Android Apps. Download the Irishman Abroad Android or iPhone apps for free using the links below. itunes.apple.com/ie/app/an-irishm…d1101165812?mt=8 play.google.com/store/apps/detail…anabroad&hl=en_IE An Irishman Abroad is brought to you by Currency Fair. Currency Fair is the official partner of the podcast. To get great exchange rates and to avoid ridiculous bank and broker charges when transferring money to anywhere in the world go to currencyfair.com. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on email@example.com. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
Best Of Belfast: Northern Ireland's #1 Interview Podcast
Andrew Trimble is a “retired egg chaser, entrepreneur and podcaster.” The former Ulster and Ireland rugby star played over 250 professional games before retiring in 2018 to pursue business. In today’s conversation we talk about the transition from sport into tech, what life’s like after rugby and where the nickname Dopey Sheep comes from. // To see a 'treasure trove' of all things related to Andrew (including a photo) please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/andrew-trimble-kairos Best Of Belfast is Northern Ireland's #1 Interview Podcast. We've shared 100+ hour-long conversations with incredible people from Northern Ireland. To find out more, or join 'The Producers Club' please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/ Cheers! — Matt