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An Irishman Abroad

By Jarlath Regan

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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. Featuring rare long-form interviews with guests including Brian O'Driscoll, Chris O'Dowd, Boy George, Dara O'Briain, Tom Vaughan Lawlor, Lisa Hannigan and Dylan Moran. In each episode, comedian Jarlath Regan is joined by a well known Irish writer, actor, performer, sports person or public figure to discuss their life and shared experiences of Ireland and abroad. An Irishman Abroad is brought to you by Currency Fair. Visit for more details. An Irishman Abroad was winner of iTunes Store's Best New Audio Podcast of 2013, and was featured in iTunes' Best of 2014/2015 lists as well as Podbean's Most Popular Podcasts of 2014/2015/2016 lists. An Irishman Abroad has been recommended by The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Irish Times and The London Metro.

Customer Reviews

Blown Away

Oh My God … I was not expecting this to be so good (not to mention the subject honestly), hysterically funny, and very very good! Two thumbs up (if I had more thumbs I would use all of them)!

Love this podcast!

Great, in-depth conversations with Irish people in comedy, acting, etc. Even the sports interviews are fascinating (I loved the Paul Kimmage one.) Jarlath is a good interviewer, he knows what to ask and when, but he really allows his subjects' stories to take center stage. Hopefully as this podcast gets better known, he'll have access to more and more Irish public figures. I would love to hear an interview with Chris O'Dowd. But you know, they don't have to be famous either; find some amazing emigration stories from ordinary people.
- Annie from Wexford, who crossed the line just this year of having lived more of my life in the US than in Ireland.


Daily morning 5am walk to coffeeshop before work - me and Sam Adams (lab mix) start out day with fine talk and walk.

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

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