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12: Jimmy Doyle - The Fad

Puck And Punks Podcast

Featuring Jimmy Doyle from The Fad, JD & The Engineers, and more. We get into why he recorded a Christmas special, Islanders, Sharks, and lots and lots of ska!Intro Music: Hanson Brothers "My Game"Outro Music: The Young Rochelles "Coastin' Strong" & The Fad "Ska-Boom!"--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

2hr 23mins

25 Feb 2021

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Fundraiser in Pippa's memory, Eist, Kevin Barry, Fr. Jimmy Doyle

The Talking Newspaper

Articles featured on pages 2 and 3 of The Carlow Nationalist on October 27 2020


27 Oct 2020

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Anika Pyle & Roger Harvey, Jimmy Doyle, Liz Parsons, & Steady Hands on Their Love Songs

Per Amore: An Out of Love Series

In the final installment of the Compilation of Love artists talking about the love songs they wrote, Dan talks to Anika Pyle and Roger Harvey about finding love in the little things, Jimmy Doyle about the NY Islanders, Liz Parsons of Big Nothing about her dog, and Sean of Steady Hands about his house, wife, and tiki bar. This is the last week to pick up the Compilation of Love and Out of Love shirt for Women Against Abuse. Get them both here: https://www.outofloveshow.com/store


27 Oct 2020

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about the Middle East with Jimmy Doyle and Kendell Smith

I Am Talking To You

In this episode, Jimmy Doyle and Kendell Smith join Samuel Marks for a conversation about their work together in 2017, serving and learning from refugees at the Syrian border, and how Christians in America can rethink their engagement with Muslim neighbors.

1hr 28mins

13 Oct 2019

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Most Want Peace In Israel and Palestine: A Conversation with Jimmy Doyle

patheological: The Podcast for the Pastor Theologian

Most lands us in trouble. The word most gets us in trouble, not most people. When we want to lay claim to the popular position or opinion we use most; even if we know it runs into the wall of fallacies. Sweeping generalization or not, Jimmy Doyle’s conversation with Israelis and Palestinians led him to conclude most want peace. Not Always Convinced Like those of us who grew up in conservative Evangelical churches, Jimmy embraced the all or nothing commitment to Israel as a Christian. He grew up knowing the prevailing U.S. policy included a commitment to defend Israel even if standing alone. The story was always narrated, and in many places still is, that the conflict is one-sided. Never the aggressor, Israel deserves arms and money. Then one day in college he met a Palestinian Christian. On this side of the world, one narrative dominates. Talking to someone from that part of the world introduced another way of seeing. We all are given a way to see the world. Stay close to home, don’t venture beyond the scope of your homogenous surroundings and it will be easy to think there is only one way to see the world, the one you were given. Jimmy ventured out too many times. Travel Not Tour Scan the Facebook and you will be provided a tour of all thing a given person wants you to see. If you are on the Facebook you will do the same. You will post what you think is interesting, might garner lots of shares or stir a raging debate. Have you ever posted a mundane video where you are rolling your poly cart full of trash to the curb? No, who would Share a video like that?! Exactly. Growing up my pastor took many groups to the Holy Land. Travel Agents target pastors, who most often cannot afford such a trip, to sign up a group to tour Israel. If they sign up enough they will be given a ticket maybe two. I admit it. One day I want to go to Israel. After talking to Jimmy though, I don’t want to go on a Tour, I want to travel. There is a difference in the experience you will have. Breaking Bread Those of us who are familiar with Southern Hospitality have a fair grasp on how to welcome and entertain guests. After listening to Jimmy, and confirmed by other friends who have traveled and not toured, those in the Middle East tend to take hospitality to another level. In our first conversation that ended up on the cutting floor, Jimmy shared the story from one of his trips to the Middle East. He and his friend got in late. They were staying at an Airbnb. Hungry and in hopes of food late they queried the host. One problem. It was Passover. When Jimmy asked if there were any Muslim restaurants open, the answer came back, “Everything is closed.” Rather than stop there, the host went on to say, “You can come share Passover with me and my family.” It was a bit of a shock. They shared Passover with a family that was thoroughly secular, Atheist Jews if you will. Yet, they enjoyed the culture of hospitality that exceeds what we tend to find when looking for Southern Hospitality. Still Learning Tacking the subject of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict may be more difficult than Nik Wallenda at Niagra Falls. One of the greatest tightrope feats would be to find a footing between the accusation of anti-Semitism or Zionism. Jimmy hopes to continue to learn a way forward as he has found friends among Palestinian Christians, Muslims, and Israelis who all want peace. Jimmy suggested several more books: Palestinian Memories Whose Land? Whose Promise?: What Christians Are Not Being Told about Israel and the Palestinians. Jesus and the Land: The New Testament Challenge to “Holy Land” Theology If you find the podcast helpful, share it with your friends. Share it with your pastor friends as well as folks you know involved in leadership that touches on the pastoral. Also, consider heading over to iTunes, login, search for patheological and give us a five-star rating and a kind review. Copyright © 1999-2018 This feed is for personal, non-commercial use only. The use of this feed on other websites breaches copyright. If this content is not in your news reader, it makes the page you are viewing an infringement of the copyright. (Digital Fingerprint: 63c770b5d5a7864a89cf6c2f630094ad) The post Most Want Peace In Israel and Palestine: A Conversation with Jimmy Doyle appeared first on patheological: The Podcast for the Pastor-Theologian. Related posts: Goliath, David, and South Carolina Whose History? Whose Independence? An Interview with Alan Cross Andrew, You Can’t Do That!

12 Jan 2018

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#4 Frozen with Jimmy Doyle

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This week we sat down with our friend and Disney expert, Jimmy Doyle, to talk about Disney Animation Studio's 2013 film, Frozen. What made it a record-breaking movie and instant hit? Why hasn't Ali seen it until now? Are Anna and Elsa related to Tarzan? Listen here for our discussion and a super cool (pun intended) new cocktail recipe that you can make at home!

1hr 7mins

14 Apr 2017

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Episode 186: Jimmy Doyle

Mental Illness Happy Hour

The former Second City improviser turned drug & alcohol counselor talks about his mother's suicide when he was 12, coming out at 16 (in 1981), getting physically sober but being emotionally toxic and being fired from the prestigious improv company and finally having to change. They talk about Jimmy's breakthrough in doing EMDR and CBT therapy.   Paul also shares some listener emails and surveys around the topic of suicide given the nature of this week's Robin Williams tragedy.   On the surface it might sound like a dark episode but rest assured it is ultimately hopeful.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 58mins

15 Aug 2014

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#26 - Please Call Me! Jimmy Doyle

Pep Talks w/ The Bitter Buddha

Follow Eddie & Jimmy on Twitter @EddiePepitone @TheJimmyDoyleGo to www.eddiepepitone.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 7mins

18 Jun 2014

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Jimmy Doyle - Episode 105


Steve Cooper speaks with Actor/Spoken Word Artist/Writer Jimmy Doyle. Jimmy is best known as the loveable dad or costumed character in numerous TV commercials and is also an accomplished essayist and spoken word performer. He is a an Alumnus of the Second City, has written for Roseanne and Jackee and his one man show Must Be Nice headlined the 15 Annual Fillet of Solo Festival in Chicago and was workshopped at the Comedy Central Stage where he is a regular in their Sit n' Spin shows.


12 Nov 2012

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Lesson 7. Jimmy Doyle's

Irish Guitar Podcast

Our first polka. This is in the key of G.Polkas, like slides, are common in south-west Ireland.They are in 2/4 time.This lesson runs for 8 minutes 26 seconds.File size is 3.86 MB.


1 Apr 2007