- RTE: The Irish Broadcasting Network website
- Amongst other interesting things, this site has live and
archived radio broadcasts from Ireland along with REAL player broadcast of
their main TV News bulletins . You'll need to download REAL Player to listen to them
has some excellent information on Irish Radio and TV History too.
- The website of the Irish newspaper; The Irish Times; An
excellent resource, not just as a newspaper but contains some wonderful
print, audio and video archives and a wealth of links. Also has an excellent
Breaking News section with a daily poll and opportunity to have your say.
- The historical archive section of the above Ireland.com site which
apparently isn't linked from there anymore - I think it's a great resource.
It's a shame they've removed the link.
Just in case you missed
it before - The website of my home town in Ireland which has grown from strength
to strength since I first added it to my page almost two years ago. Has some
excellent information and links on Castlebar including loads of photos, old and
new, A link to the Local Radio Station CRCfm which broadcasts live on the net,
Weekly round up of the local papers and my personal favourite; Their Wonderfully
entertaining Bulletin Board - Look out for regular inane rantings of some
mysterious persona called PJ amongst others!
- Irish Independent
- The homepage of The Irish Independent. Good for Irish and International news.
- All things Irish
nice useful personal website (by Diane Shaw) recommended by Yahoo and awarded 3 stars by the Irish web monitors. Any info ya could possibly want on Ireland is probably here.
- BBC World Service
- This wonderful service has kept me sane many lonely nights in places far
distant from Mayo - It is a wonderful simple joy to sit in a tent literally
anywhere in the world and tune in to Bush House in London on a small battery
operated portable 10 band radio. Also I believe totally underrated and under
credited as a wonderful resource for Irish people abroad in the absence of
an International SW service by RTE.
- Looking for
an expert - Here's the place. Ya might even find the services of someone who
can tell ya all ya might need to know about holidaying in Ireland or cycle
touring in Europe..
- Blue Mountain Online Cards
- A great place for getting FREE cards to send to people.
- Amazon for books and Records
- And if you buy something after visiting from my page, I get
- Website of Mayo on the Move
- A resource and information reference on all aspects of the county where I'm from in Ireland.
A good site for those thinking of visiting Killarney or Kerry. Run by a friend of mine, Michael Sharpe in Killarney. Tell him I sent you.
- The Irish Tourist Board home page
- If yer thinking of visiting.
- Cinema listing for your local Cinema
- Pretty handy this, I think it only works for UK though.
- Link to Doras home page.
- They we're good enough to assess my site and award me
three stars so the least I can do is add a reciprocal link. Visit them, They're good.
- Link to Caryl Williams
- Containing Ancestor Quest links for UK and Ireland Genealogy
Car Talk's Website Home of Click and
Clack, The Tappett brothers (Tom and Ray actually!) presenters of this excellent
and hilarious NPR radio show
The web-site of America's wonderful,
oft neglected and under funded Public radio and TV service.
Van Morrison Website
Some very interesting stuff on Van
the Man here
I use it frequently for
hard to get CD's - And if you click
here I get commission to buy some more CD's - pure and simple and unashamedly
blunt - So go for it!
Just one site containing a
whole variety of quirky mistakes to watch out for in movies (In alphabetical
The Movie Cliché
Another amusing site - List a variety
of clichés that seem to occur again and again in movies - Particularly
Internet Movie Database
An excellent on line resource,
which takes over from the discontinuation of Microsoft's Cinemania CD- ROM.
Always wondered what Apu's full name
was? Wanted bio's on all the key players. Here's where you'll find all the
This site is maintained and updated by Peter Jordan,
5th April 2001
© Peter Jordan, 1999-2001
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