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Martin Clarke

23 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Aug 2022 | Updated Daily

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S2-Episode 5-Darius Martin Clarke Vassell loves a kebab.

It's Our Year

In this week's episode we discuss funny transfer stories, Sheffield FC staying up and our players of the season.

1hr 10mins

3 May 2022

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#060 - Martin Clarke, Heads Down Tails Up

Korda - The Thinking Tackle Podcast

In 2000, Martin Clarke famously caught the second biggest brace in UK carp fishing in history. The fish weighed 45.08 and 46.02 respectively and were captured from Summerleaze in Berkshire. During this podcast, Martin shared his extensive carp fishing knowledge and his meticulous approach towards his angling. We also go in-depth about rigs, where he explained the concept behind some of his most successful ideas. He also tells the story of two potentially record-breaking carp that avoided capture!

2hr 48mins

13 Sep 2021

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Mind the Head episode 5 Ft Martin Clarke and David Furey.

Mind the Head

In this episode Paul chats to Loughrea community radio presenters Martin Clarke and David Furey about the importance of gay pride. They share their personal story on acceptance and coming out. This show marks the end of pride month which is usually the month of June. That 60s show a music based show hosted by Martin and David airs every Sunday night on loughrea community radio at 9pm To contact Mind the Head loughreacommunityradio@gmail.com 


12 Jul 2021

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Season 2, Episode 3 - Martin Clarke, A Social Worker's Take On FASD

Spotlight On FASD

This week we talk to Martin Clarke and listen to his wonderfully honest take on FASDs and Social Work. Martin has over 25 years of experience as a social worker in child protection and has spent the last 14 years delivering FASDs training on behalf of TACT  to foster carers and other professionals. Martin talks to us about how learning about FASDs and what they are, changed his professional practice and his life. With Clare Devanney Glynn and Jessica Rutherford.


22 Jan 2021

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Episode 21: The True Star Of The County Down- Martin Clarke

A County Down Under

Marty was, without doubt, the best Gaelic football player of his age group.  People came from all over Ireland to see him play. His performances for St Louis Grammar School, An Ríocht and County Down lead to him being scouted by the Australian Football League (AFL) and landing a dream contract with one of the top teams Collingwood, also known as 'The Magpies'. Marty spent seven years as a professional athlete. In between his career in Melbourne, he managed to come home and obtain a GAA All-Star and he helped take Down to their first All-Ireland Final in 16 years. Join me as I speak with Marty on the highs of his career and the lows, including his own Collingwood fans turning on him and being diagnosed with Addison's  disease which ultimately ended his career. He shares his wisdom, his struggles, how he stays focused on the positives and his tips on how to settle back home when leaving Australia. Come Along To 'A County Down Under Sunrise Social' To Meet New Friends In Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sunrise-social-sydney-tickets-118621517151Follow @acountydownunder on Instagram For More Info On Sunrise Social, Monthly Social Events And More Tips And Tricks On Living Abroad. Make sure to rate the podcast  :)

1hr 8mins

9 Nov 2020

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Don’t fear; Come, see; Be still - Martin Clarke

Kintore Community Church

Psalm 46


22 Mar 2020

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Joshua: Circling the Enemy, Victory Secure - Martin Clarke

Kintore Community Church

Hebrews 11:30


15 Mar 2020

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Joseph: This is Not My Home - Martin Clarke

Kintore Community Church

Hebrews 11:22


1 Mar 2020

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Abraham: Not Knowing Where You’re Going - Martin Clarke

Kintore Community Church

Hebrews 11:8-19


16 Feb 2020

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Jesus is the Gospel - Martin Clarke

Kintore Community Church

Philippians 1:12-18


19 Jan 2020