What's The Story: Bernard Casey Has A Predicament That Probably Most Comedian Dad's Have
Dermot & Dave
''You don't work Daddy''Comedian and Proud Kerry Man, Bernard Casey joined Dermot and Dave for 'What's The Story' and he shares an issue that has arose at home.Basically, his daughter thinks he's a waster! Click Play to catch all the craic.
Episode 25 : Bernard Casey, Kerry Comedian | Link in the description for the full episode
The Be Yourself Podcast With Ian O'Connell
Click this link to listen to the full episode on the Radio Kerry website in the podcast section. Enjoy! https://open.spotify.com/episode/1QhEOcVIZbquoT3rpO0bod?si=ALDN4ST0RZaY4zOPxD00fQ&utm_source=copy-link I'm delighted to say that my guest this week on "Stand Out" with me Ian O’Connell is Kerry Comedian Bernard Casey. Bernard and I talk about how he got into comedy and acting, the effect Covid-19 had on the entertainment industry and much more. Tune into Radio Kerry every Wednesday night from 8-9 PM on 96-98 FM or you can listen to it live on the Radio Kerry website. Where I will be talking to someone different every week who has overcome obstacles in their life, faced adversity, achieved great things or the ordinary Joe Soap because at the end of the day everyone has a interesting story to tell! My Instagram - ianoconnell321 Email address - Iano20oconnell@gmail.com Twitter - ianoconnell00 Facebook - Ian O'Connell Trust YouTube - Ian O'Connell
This week's guest on 'Stand Out with Ian O'Connell' is comedian Bernard Casey! Bernard talks about how he got into comedy, behind the scenes of his sketches and much more! 'Stand Out with Ian O'Connell' is brought to you by Md O Sheas #ifyoucantstandupstandout
Kerry comedian Bernard Casey has been making a name for himself on the Irish comedy scene with his hilarious online sketch videos and he is now taking his ‘Local Gossip’ show on tour! He joins Jenny on today's show with all the details!
'Jambo' players and welcome back to another episode of 'Conversations with Cornelius' a padcast that has been hailed as 'A must not listen to' by all discerning eighteen century poets. Jambo, for those of you who don't know, is a Swahili greeting meaning Hello.... I'm not certain there are any listeners to the padcast in Uganda, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania or Kenya but I'm not willing to take that chance. This is an all inclusive 'padcast' so Jambo to one and to all. This week on the pad we are joined by regular contributor, hilarious comedian and actor Bernard Casey. Our topic of conversation revolves mainly around the broad topic of fatherhood. We are both dads and in this sparkling conversation we discus modern fatherhood, the fathers of our childhood and our future father selves Its a laugh a minuet and we zip along at lightening speed cracking each other up all the way through. So, Turn on, Tune in & drop out for awhile and enjoy... Conversations with Cornelius Love to all the players. If you're enjoying these 'padcasts' feel free to Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes. Or follow me on the social media that seems to be all the rage these days. Instagram: @comedianconn Twitter: @ComedianConn Facebook: @CorneliusPatrickOSullivan Gmail; Corneliusthecomic@gmail.com
What up players and thank you for popping by again so soon. This weeks episode of the 'padcast' tells the tale of an eighteen year old Gaelic footballer from a small fishing village way down on the south west tip of Ireland and his remarkable journey to All Ireland glory. The once eighteen year old is now a thirty year old father of one, comedian Bernard Casey aka 'The Gossip' aka 'The Nephew'. Its a fantastic insight into the life of a young man as he represents his parish on the path to All Ireland glory. Fast paced and filled with off the cuff improv and funny characters it was a delight to record. I hope you in enjoy it as much as I did recording it. Love to all the players. Cornelius. If you are enjoying these 'padcasts' and would like to help a brother out you can do so by Subscribing Rating and Reviewing to the 'pad' on iTunes. This raises my vibe and makes me all warm and fuzzy on the inside. Here are my social deets too should you like to follow me elsewhere. Twitter: ComedianConn Instagram: Corneliusthecomic Facebook: CorneliusPatrickOSullivan Email: Corneliusthecomic@gmail.com
In this fantastic conversation I talk, laugh and improvise with the legend that is Bernard Casey. The chat ebbs and flows gloriously from Bernard's humble beginnings to his sold out Vicar street show early last year ( 2020 ). There are some fascinating anecdotes in this forty minuet chin wag none more intriguing than a gig Bernard did that almost finished his career before it began. Find out what incident changed the way Bernard approached his career and how even though he was a comedian of neigh on seven years he appeared to all to be an over night success. Its a funny interesting and compelling conversation and the first of many I intend to have with this funny Kerryman. Enjoy. If you enjoy my podcast please Rate, Review and Subscribe. Instagram: Corneliusthecomic Twitter: ComedianConn Facebook: Cornelius Patrick O' Sullivan Email: email@example.com
2: The Field with Bernard Casey (The Death of Moss Moore)
‘I feel it in my waters’In 1959, Moss Moore, a slight fifty year old bachelor farmer was found murdered in rural Kerry. The community didn't look far for a suspect, with fingers quickly pointing to local man Dan Foley - but was the wrong man maligned for this heinous tragedy? The story would inspire John B. Keane's famous 1965 play The Field and continue to frustrate generations in the many questions still left unanswered.@juleijaycomedy chats to @bernardcaseycomedy. If you have enjoyed this podcast we would love if you could leave us a five star review on itunes and/or tell a friend. Don't forget you can support the show my joining the Headstuff+ community and get access to bonus material.Mind yourselves, Julie Jay x See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.