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A weekly look at the Manx political scene in which Phil Gawne talks to the politicians who are raising the issues and asking the questions in Tynwald and the House of Keys, ex-politicians about their time in power and exploring the wider world of politics and the workings of Government.
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During the Coronavirus crisis, William King has decided to use the time indoors to good effect and teach himself the guitar from scratch. Check out his diary of how he's getting on and maybe join in with him. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
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Manx language rambling with Phil Gawne, Adrian Cain and guests - everything from planting spuds to reaching for the stars. - Ta Phillie, Ade as caarjyn rouail mygeayrt y Theihll as yn Tuinney loayrt mychione red erbee ta shin cheet er. Gaelg aboo!
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Unemployment's down but up, raw sewage in our sea, government's plan for hospitality sector, Ravens confident but losing money & British citizens here can vote in UK election. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Each year, many of the major responsibilities for running the Isle of Man TT Races fall to the TT Clerk of the Course, Gary Thompson In this extended interview, Mr Thompson - now into his 12th year in post - explains preparations, the financial challenges in motorsport and some of the scrutiny around his role…
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The Island’s first set of Biodiversity Action Plans mark a significant step in the Island’s commitment to nature conservation. Agenda asks the experts what are they and why do they matter? There certainly seems to be a greater focus on protecting the Island’s biodiversity but will these plans make a difference? Is there any budget to help deliver t…
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Dorothy Manley was brought up in Ramsey and from a young age became well-known for her recitation, winning awards for her dramatic interpretations, and widely praised for her acting ability. We hear her poetry from a booklet, 'Fairy's Ground : Homely Tales and Poems'. In our translation into Manx of Bram Stoker's Dracula, the five friends are gathe…
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Praying the Keeills Week has started and between now and Saturday 25 May, there's a daily programme of walks - both long and short - an evening talk, a coach trip - and even the blessing of the Peel Lifeboat! Catherine Wareing explains that this week is a chance to visit some of the Island's keeill sites - the ruined but sacred chapels dotted aroun…
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Annabel Curphey, previously a member of Spaghetti and the Hoops, has been forging a career for herself in Brighton under the new stage name of 'Annabel Lauren'. She was on Isle recently so Christy took the opportunity to catch up with her about her music, her plans - and whether her Mum's Cauliflower Cheese is all that she says it is...…
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What’s happening at Onchan District Commissioners? Prompted by comments made at the recent AGM Onchan MHK Julie Edge doesn’t hold back on her thoughts over the behaviour of some of the Commissioners. One of the Commissioners attracting Ms Edge’s ire responds to the criticism. So can all sides work together in the future for the best interests of th…
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Support for Manx hospitality on way, Nathan Harrison's TT, Constabulary's illegal substance checks, fire safety re-brand & Manx Dev Corp's progress. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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In an ever-changing world, what's the vision for the Isle of Man TT Races to see it continue to prosper for years to come? In this extended interview we hear from Isle of Man political member with responsibility for motorsport Sarah Maltby MHK on how the event is run and what is needed to help it benefit fans and residents for the long-term…
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Liverpool Terminal latest, inflation down to three year low, medical help from across for TT, future for Youth Justice Team & netball tournament starts tomorrow. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Assisted Dying Bill latest, visa applications quintuple, more dogs attack livestock, kidney transplant boy fundraiser, Patrick Commissioners new chair & the Island games return home. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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More from the new political alliance on this week’s Agenda. Julie Edge MHK gives her warts and all assessment of government and what needs to change. So what did she do as Minister to solve these problems? Is this just sour grapes on the recently replaced education Minister? Ms Edge certainly has some interesting thoughts and ideas for the future w…
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£62m for new Castle Rushen High School, 2400 days of suspension, Mad Cow disease in west Scotland, Crimestoppers raise profile & Ravens to host football festival. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Christian Aid Week starts today and the project for this year is to use the mighty pigeon pea to transform the lives of the people of Malawi - people living in extreme poverty, but with the capacity to raise their standard of living with help to farm - and use - the hardy pigeon pea crop more efficiently. Local Christian Aid Representative, Louise …
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Having looked recently at a 1965 book of poetry by Barbara Cowley of Peel, 'More Poems of Man', there are some earlier poems which appeared in the pages of the Peel City Guardian from January to July 1963, and probably formed the basis of an earlier collection of Barbara Cowley, probably called 'Poems of Man'. In our translation into Manx of Bram S…
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Internationally acclaimed Jake Thackray tribute, John Watterson, first fell in love with the poetic and musical stylings of Jake at a gig here on the Isle of Man. Since then, he has made a name for himself as 'Fake', invited to tour with acts like Fairport Convention and regularly contributing to radio programmes on BBC 2, 3 and 4. He returns to th…
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Ferry Terminal delayed again, 'no financial gap' says Treasury Minister, Manx farm is regional finalist, all change for TT parking, new security at airport & Manx Youth Games tomorrow. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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In tonight's programme - The semi-finals of the Hospital Cup and a potential Division 2 title decider await in Manx football this weekend; We delve into the latest stories and updates from the world of Isle of Man athletics; Hundreds of young people are expected to be part of the 2024 Manx Youth Games on Saturday; And the Island is alive with four-…
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HSC Manannan has lost an engine, Fire Festival will return, Assisted Dying referendum questioned, increase in bullying, scout leader steps down after 40 years & 'don't use glue traps'. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Public servants must clarify social media, air traffic breaks to end, Lewin and Logan to chair Onchan Commissioners, casual work 'advice' from Treasury & Steam Packet needs simpler agreement. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Assisted dying referendum, Braddan Roundhouse latest, Laxey landslide work starts, publishing FOIs, bowel screening for 50-59 year-olds & our territorial waters extension. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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We conclude our coverage of the official opening of the new Salvation Army Church and Community Centre in Ballacottier Crescent on the Isle of Man Business Park in Braddan which took place over the weekend of 27th and 28th April 2024. In this programme we share words and music from a time of worship, recorded during the Sunday morning service on th…
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On 5th May 1830 Thomas Edward Brown was born in New Bond Street, Douglas. Dollin Kelly's one-man tour de force performance of T E Brown's poem, 'Betsy Lee', which he took to the Edinburgh Festival, was recorded by Charles Guard for the Manx Heritage Foundation in 1992. That is now available on the Culture Vannin website. We hear Dollin Kelly and th…
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You may remember us chatting with songwriter Callum Brew about this time last year, about his idea for an event that has two purposes – raising awareness and funds for Mental Health charities while promoting the excellent original songwriting talent on the Island. Well, he's doing it again! Black Dog Oven May 18th will see a long line up of some of…
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Bus fares going up, Ramsey Commissioners new chairman, immigration visa delays, Assisted Dying Bill latest, 250 more on government payroll & hundreds of young cyclists in action this weekend. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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A new political force has been slowly emerging in Tynwald and this week’s Perspective tries to discover what it’s all about. Definitely not a political party, possibly a loose political alliance but certainly made up of MHKs Claire Christian, Julie Edge and Chris Thomas. What do they stand for, how will they deliver change, are their ideas relevant…
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In tonight's programme - Cup action is once again in the spotlight with the Hospital Cup & Junior Cup quarter-finals in Manx football this weekend; Hundreds of some of the most promising talents in cycling are descending on Island for two days of racing; And after making big progress in the last year, the Isle of Man women's cricket team return to …
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Cabinet Office wants your view, first time buyers firmly in the property market, windfarm microplastics question, April was wettest on record & Joe Yeardsley hopes for TT debut. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Peel commissioners housing objections, latest on the Bishop's Tynwald vote, housing study still not published, mortgage rate increase implications here & the Playboy Bunny and the Isle of Man. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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H chats to local historian John Manley about his new book documenting the history of seaside entertainment on the IOM, hears about the John Godber play "Men of the World" at the Peel Centenary Centre and highlights the premiere of a new documentary film detailing the month-long voyage of 14 women to investigate the great Pacific Garbage patch…
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Minister defends STEM availability, turbines won't be turned off, Crowe brothers on TT chances, still no Public Health Director, Costa manager admits theft & it's Maternal Mental Awareness Month. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Turbine blades ashore in Douglas, unemployment down, Ravens top ten finish, 650 new build planning applications lodged, Southern Pool saved by community & port security latest. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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Commissioners Paul and Jenine Main are the Territorial Commanders - or leaders - of The Salvation Army throughout the UK, Ireland - and the Isle of Man. But between 1991 and 1997, they were young Corps Officers, leading the Salvation Army based in the Lord Street Citadel in Douglas. Now - nearly 30 years later - they're back on the Island for the o…
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From the 1965 collection, 'More Poems of Man', we have pieces by Margery Robinson and David Marno, and even find one we missed by main author, Barbara Cowley, the sister of Margery and mother of David. The friends are about to leave Mina Harker as they go to Carfax, the adjacent house owned by Count Dracula, to make his daytime lairs of Transylvani…
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Council of Ministers met the people this week and after a few teething problems with the first session the initiative was generally considered a positive one. So what did they learn? Did they listen? Will policies and strategies change following the feedback received, or will the same story be repackaged to better reflect public concerns? Perspecti…
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Seven arrests after raid at King Gaming, onerous delays for charities, 'we're paying for traffic lights' say Braddan, Guild starts tomorrow & Ravens' final game of season tomorrow. It's Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAutor: Manx Radio
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