Dalo's GAA Podcast: A Championship will be needed as a celebration of life

Dalo's GAA Podcast: A Championship will be needed as a celebration of life

Kieran Shannon and John Fogarty join Anthony Daly to discuss what will become of the GAA season.

Plus Dalo tackles some listeners' questions, including finally revealing who started the row in the 1990 Clare County U21 final.

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Lifestyle

Last week, I wrote about 'small is beautiful' as a key to an improved environment for all living things after this Covid crisis is finally over. As I wrote, I saw, in the mind's eye, the village where I live in west Cork and from which my wife and I are temporarily exiled.Damien Enright: Community spirit can ensure we pull through - together

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The north pier on Cape Clear has been eerily quiet these last few months as no visitors disembark. The ferry is not unloading boatloads of tourists from Baltimore, 45 minutes away, or from Schull, as it would normally.The Islands of Ireland: Cape Clear tells its side of the story

If the Donegal postman and amateur weather forecaster has it right, we could be in for water shortages in the coming months. Michael Gallagher, who predicted the scorching summer of 2018 and the 2010 freeze-up, says we’ll have a ‘lovely’ summer.Donal Hickey: Demand for water to soar

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