Arts in Junior Cycle in conversation with Colm O'Regan
Junior Cycle Talks
In our conversation, author, comedian and broadcaster Colm O’Regan, tells us about how he got into comedy and broadcasting and how that has led to a wide and varied career. He discusses the phenomenon of Irish mammies and some of his favourite anecdotes that have led to the character of Ann Devine in his best-selling book series. Colm also discusses the power of storytelling and what success looks and feels like for him. For more visit: www.artsinjuniorcycle.ie/podcast-episode-colm-oregan
This week I chat with one of the best joke-writers in the country. Proprietor of the Irish Mammies Twitter account, comedian and writer Colm O'Regan has not one but 6 Best Selling books to his name. We delve into auld lad stances, beard-topiary and the importance of a tonne of cheese. -To support the podcast, get ad-free, early access episodes plus interview videos why not hop on the Patreon train: https://www.patreon.com/tomomahonybuckshot - Merch Shop: https://www.teepublic.com/user/tomomahony Colm's latest book: https://www.penguin.co.uk/authors/1071040/colm-o-regan.html
Funnyman and all-round nice-guy Colm O'Regan joins us this week to chat about spinning yarns, the art of making maths interesting and story-telling in a virtual world. You can hear more from Colm on his podcast, The Function Room, his book Ann Devine: Handle with Care and on the Irish Mammies Twitter account @irishmammies
Comedian and author Colm O'Regan performs at Theatre Royal on August 28th
On The Fringe with Geoff Harris
Author of six best-selling books including Ann Devine, Bolloxology and the Books of the Irish Mammy, Colm will bring his stand up show to Theatre Royal on August 28th. Ahead of that, he chatted to Mary "On the Fringe."
Cork comedian, writer and broadcaster Colm O'Regan joins Des on the Island with tales of growing up on a farm in Dripsey, how long school bus journeys turned him into a listener, and the intricacies of stand-up comedy over Zoom.
87: #87 | You Give Leanbh A Bad Name: Baby Names with Colm O'Regan
What's in a name? For most of the world's population, Irish names are the only contact they have with Gaeilge, and this is where its reputation for beauty and difficulty is perpetuated. Prospective parents have a great responsibility in naming a child… as to writers of characters in a novel. In this week's episode, Éimear, Darach and Clodagh are joined by Colm O'Regan, the talent behind the Irish Mammies books and columnist with The Examiner. As a Dad and a novelist, he tells the gang about naming children and characters, the rise and fall of certain names, the storm dividend and the subtle difference between doves and pigeons. Colm's new book "Ann Devine, Ready for Her Close-Up" is available here: https://www.dubraybooks.ie/Anne-Devine-Ready-for-Her-Close-Up_9781848272460 --- Contact the show: twitter - @motherfocloir and @theirishfor email - email@example.com
2019-04-23 Barrack St Saoradh Marches, Ruby Wax, Tom Hanks Twin Mum, Colm O'Regan & More
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
Is it illegal to march down a street in a military uniform? Why is Ruby Wax talking neuroscience when she comes to Cork? A word with the mum of the twins Tom Hanks made a video for...and the man who made it all happen.And more... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the RTE Radio 1 PPI & Celtic Media award-winning comedy show that takes a humorous funny tour around the brain of the top selling writer and performer as he talks about one of his favourite subjects – our use of language.In this special show award-winning, author and comedian Colm O’Regan wants a word in Irish. This time, the show gets a bit of a shake-up, as Colm’s attention is now on Irish words, and phrases, with this opener seeing him welcome guest Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh of Pop Up gaeltacht on to offer their opinions.Throughout the show original sketches are performed by top comedy actors Tara Flynn and Paul Tylak.The 6-part series is produced by Sideline Productions and future shows will be broadcast on Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the year.The shows were recorded live May 2018 as part of Comedy Showhouse at The Project Arts Centre in Dublin and majority funded by The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland for RTE Radio 1.