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An Irishman Abroad

By Jarlath Regan

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An Irishman Abroad features rare long-form interviews with extraordinary characters such as Sir Bob Geldof, Sharon Horgan, Hozier, Brian O'Driscoll, Chris O'Dowd, Boy George, Dara O’Briain, Gabriel Byrne, Lisa Hannigan and Dylan Moran. In each episode, comedian Jarlath Regan is joined by a well known writer, actor, performer, athlete or public figure to discuss their life and shared experiences of Ireland and abroad. An Irishman Abroad is a former winner of the iTunes Store's Best New Audio Podcast Award and has been a fixture in iTunes' Best of the year list since its creation in 2013. An Irishman Abroad has been recommended by The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Irish Times and The London Metro. (To access the full archive including almost 300 episodes and the true crime bonus series Irishman Behind Bars, visit today.) Thanks to our sponsor, CurrencyFair, who are a great way to avoid massive bank fees and expensive exchange rates when transferring money abroad. Listeners of the podcast get their first transfer for free so go to and register there to get your free transfer and save a lot of money.

Customer Reviews

Innovative, entertaining...

Good stuff - for future ones, would love to get better sound quality...

Very insightful

Jarlath, really enjoying this series, obviously influenced by Stuart Goldsmith (and yours was one of his best, btw). Hearing you brings back memories of monthly greeting cards and local papers at The Balor in Donegal! One observation, I'm not an expert on graphic equalisation and all that, but the volume seems very low compared to other podcasts. Apart from that, excellent!


It's great to see Danny so open and honest. Not only about his career but also his personal life. I find all your interviews really inspiring as an actor and musician myself.

Always excited about the next episode.

An Irishman Abroad
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  • Category: Personal Journals
  • Language: English

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