This week I spoke to Dublin artist and journalist Eibhin Kavanagh.

We talked about his journey with art so far, creating in lockdown and we bonded over our love of New York! Great chats with a great person.

Check out his stuff on his website,

On our national holiday we thought it fitting to bring the Rathpeacon patron saints of messing on the show!

Emmet Leahy and David Hennessy spoke about their antics on and off the field, their love of the small club and who would make the better captain!

Enjoy this hilarious episode with a cold one and have a happy and safe St. Patrick's Day!

Welcome back to the O'Neill show!

The stars of the show, Sean and Alice return to keep their children grounded and the family vote on who is the better player - Donal or Paul? A few tense moments!

Stay safe and have a great weekend everyone!

Finnish singer songwriter Joem joined me for a chat about her musical journey so far, her challenges as an independent artist and her obsession with Ireland! Listen out for her song 'Copper Ground' at the end!

We had too much craic on this episode so we had to split it into two parts!

In part 1 we hear all about Rathpeacon G.A.A. in the '60s and '70s, we learn about duty dances at Macra dances and we get an insight into what it was like to grow up in the O'Neill household!

A pillar of the Rathpeacon community and the G.A.A. club joined Dinny and Cian for a chat this weekend! Mick talked about some great days managing the club, the many nights he spent in Dan Jim's and the inclusivity and togetherness that Rathpeacon is trying to promote these days!

This week Dinny and Cian talk to two giants of Rathpeacon hurling, Brendan Ahern and Aidan O'Brien. The lads talk us through the highs and lows of their career with the small club, the red cards they wouldn't dispute and give us their thoughts on the modern game. A brilliant chat with two Rathpeacon legends!

This week Cormac O'Neill joins Dinny in the interviewer's chair to chat with expat Cian Clifford. Now living in Boston, Cian and the lads talked about his fond memories of playing with the club, the big losses and wins of his career and the fashion trends he set along the way! 

Join Dinny Murphy and Cian Dalton as they chat to Louth legend Cormac O'Neill as he talks about his football philosophy, how he joined Rathpeacon GAA club and fouling in the 'bowl'...

This is the first week of the Pintcast Podcast where Dinny and Cian chat to Rathpeacon legends past and present, near and far.

This week I talk about the benefits of journaling your thoughts and the recent inauguration of Joe Biden!

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