We produce some of Ireland’s top podcasts

Featuring unique premises, high profile guests, and ever growing audiences, Urban Media is producing some of the most exciting new podcast content in Ireland.

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The Making Of A Detective

In over three decades working in An Garda Síochána, Pat Marry has seen it all.

The story of 5 of Ireland’s most notorious murder cases, told through the lens of the man who once solved them.

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Mná 100

The Mná 100 Centenary documentary series is an in-depth look at some of the women who helped shape Ireland’s history. Produced for The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, Dr Sinead McCoole, an Irish historian with expertise in the history of Irish women from 1880 to the present day looks at the years 1912 – 1923 in a celebration of this decade of centenaries.
 

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Tellybox

Hosted by the hilarious Emma Doran and Jen Hatton, Tellybox is the podcast that deep dives into the good, the bad and the scarlet of what’s on your telly each week, so you don’t have to. From big-budget Netflix productions to the world’s worst reality TV, Emma and Jen will be joined by some of Ireland’s most loved comedians to take you through their own fan-favourites and what hidden picks you need to binge-watch in 2021.
 

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Grief Encounters

Grief Encounters is a weekly podcast series that looks at an issue that affects us all and yet remains so difficult to talk about: grief. Hosts Venetia and Sasha hope to open up the conversation around loss and create a modern platform for people to share their own experiences.
 

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The One Fab Day Wedding Podcast

Each week, OneFabDay.com editors Celina and Claire guide listeners through the ups and downs of wedding planning, chatting family drama and guest-list dilemmas, and discussing everything from budgets and bridesmaids, to wedding night high-jinks.
 

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Pranked

Pranked is The Strawberry Alarm Clock’s newest podcast series, which has one clear goal… To help you wake up with a wind-up each week, as Jim-Jim and Nobby dive into their vault of side-splitting prank phone calls that have enraged and enthralled Irish listeners for over ten years.
 

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Being Fab at 50

U105’s Denise Watson is hitting a milestone-age this October… She’s turning 50! The Lisburn mum of 2 is on a mission to feel good about turning 50 rather than dreading it. Being Fab at 50 is a brand new podcast series from U105, reflecting on what it means to be a woman at this stage of your life…
 

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Covid Lives

Covid Lives is a podcast series that looks at Irish lives during this extraordinary time in history. The 16 part series saw host Gavin Dowd speak with people all across the country who have unique and meaningful stories to tell about their lives during the Covid pandemic.
 

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Limerick & Proud

Limerick & Proud is Live 95’s latest podcast series that sees host Amanda Flannery chat to some of Limerick’s most influential and interesting people who represent the county on a national stage.
 

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Viral Covid-19

Viral is a Podcast series following the spread of COVID – 19, as it continues to affect Ireland and the International World in a growing capacity. It delves into how a global story on this level, can be fuelled by internet speculation and Viral phenomena, and what effect that has on the factual reporting of the virus?
 

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The Leaving Cert Survival Guide

FM104 have teamed up with The Institute of Education in Dublin and some of Ireland’s best health & wellness professionals to give you a crash course in how to ace your Leaving Certificate exams this summer.
 

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I forgot my glasses

I forgot my glasses is a narrative podcast series highlighting the issue of adult literacy in Ireland. Each episode follows the incredible stories of people who have made the first step, and returned to adult education to improve their literacy.