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A weekly look at the Manx political scene in which Phil Gawne talks to the politicians who are raising the issues and asking the questions in Tynwald and the House of Keys, ex-politicians about their time in power and exploring the wider world of politics and the workings of Government.
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During the Coronavirus crisis, William King has decided to use the time indoors to good effect and teach himself the guitar from scratch. Check out his diary of how he's getting on and maybe join in with him. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
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Manx language rambling with Phil Gawne, Adrian Cain and guests - everything from planting spuds to reaching for the stars. - Ta Phillie, Ade as caarjyn rouail mygeayrt y Theihll as yn Tuinney loayrt mychione red erbee ta shin cheet er. Gaelg aboo!
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If you want to know more about the birds you can hear on the Isle of Man, this is the series for you! Manx Radio’s bird supremo, the early birder Tim Earl, explains more about what remain the original, often beautiful and frequently most intelligent tweets on the Island
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It's featured in some form in every Island Games since the first event in 1985, but shooting will not feature when the event comes to the Isle of Man in 2029 It's one of four sports which will miss out alongside bowls, judo and sailing In this extended interview, we hear from Nathan Holden - speaking on behalf of the Isle of Man Target Shooting Fed…
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The assisted dying Bill is due to be read a third time tomorrow in an extra Keys sitting and Agenda asks what’s the rush. We also ponder whether Tynwald and government are capable of delivering a bus station in Douglas, why developers need support to build luxury flats in Port Erin and why Tynwald rejected the opportunity to save money by allowing …
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Perspective 21.7.24 - we’re three years in to the Cannan administration but has much changed? The Chief Minister is very upbeat about the progress his government is making. We’re pretty much three years in to the Cannan administration but has much changed. There certainly seem to be a few glimmers of progress but is the change that was promised bei…
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Rev'd Katy Canty is a teacher, an ordained priest in the Anglican Church, a wife, a mother and an author. She's also worked for 14 years as chaplain in a Liverpool prison, and joins us on the programme this week to share what she's learned from her time 'inside' She also explains how retirement from prison chaplaincy led to another role - this time…
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Celtic Gathering Isle of Man - Yn Chruinnaght returns on Monday (July 22nd) and there something for everyone! From films to dancing, workshops to craft fairs and, of course, superb music from the Celtic Nations. Christy found out more, chatting with Committee members Chloe Woolley, Grainne Joughin and Breeshey Kermode.…
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We find out what happened in the harvest service at Ronague when Isaiah Cregeen was struggling in the pulpit to answer a question put by his brother, Martin - better known as Fairy. This is the penultimate of Dorothy Manley's short stories under the title, Fairy's Ground, and we also move on to the opening of the final story. In our episode from Br…
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TT incident civil case allowed, Isle of Man Bank probate hassle, hidden Paolo Nutini concert, assisted dying 'politics' & 1960s Radio Caroline era photos wanted. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Banning smart phone use in school, finding Nigel Dean, Peel Road Lime trees, gorse ice cream and wine & the campaign for Cherry Jaffa Cakes. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Latest on Dr. Allinson's Assisted Dying Bill, windfarm opinion, our postal woes, cheapest electricity in the world & government help with your online business. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Our Sustainable Future; questions and calls with Dave Quirk from the Danish Offshore Technology Centre - offshore and onshore wind, Crogga Gas, the cost, Denmark's model and more. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Ørsted's wind turbine offering to the Island, danger to our fishing industry, Manx government's PV plan, addressing skill shortage here & Chris Kinley in a powerboat in 2005. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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In tonight's programme: FC Isle of Man are welcoming three English clubs to the Island this weekend for a three-day pre-season tournament, we hear from 'The Ravens'' manager This weekend sees the return of one of the longest-established cycling races on the Island which once again has undergone some changes for 2024 A brand new event on the Manx tr…
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The floating swimming pool, cash only on Steam Packet, Cregneash bus service, Peel Road lime trees, EVs on the boat & a vintage Millennium Oakwood broadcast from March 2000. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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The Isle of Man has now been confirmed as the host for the 2029 International Island Games nearly 40 years since the first ever event was held on Manx shores in 1985 Whilst excitement is expected to build over the next five years, much work remains behind the scenes to make the Island ready to host this major sporting event So what needs to be done…
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Have you heard the news today? Don’t worry if not– here’s your run down of what’s been happening with Beth Espey. It includes the very latest from the inquest into the death of a serving prisoner on the Island, details of where the unemployment figures are up to over here, some advice for those venturing into the water despite the rubbish weather a…
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Ørsted offshore wind roadshows, Island Games logo and slogan, lack of public shelters in Douglas, Ronaldsway Departures spruce-up & Promenade sunken gardens feedback. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Your news update with Beth Espey this evening includes the response from the Council of Ministers to the report into how Government handled the Covid pandemic, the changes to the departure lounge at the airport that are being promised, whether the Amazon contract is affecting IOM Post deliveries and a lively exchange about the appointment of one of…
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Douglas Prom sunken gardens £1.4m plan, Manx Care chiropody services, DOI transport survey query, Manx Credit Union needs help & Laxey's sticky bitumen problem. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Missed the news today? Fear not – you can catch up here with Beth Espey. Update on Tuesday 16 July includes details of how much the Steam Packet’s paying per month for use of the Liverpool Ferry Terminal, how the DOI’s responded to complaints about Laxey pothole repairs and a very special 124th birthday.…
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Hospitality professional Ged Power takes calls and messages on our tourist offering, cruise ships, golfers, paths, disabled access, FC Isle of Man and more. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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The Rt Rev'd Mark Davies is Bishop of MIddleton in Manchester - and at the same time he's taking care of the Diocese of Sodor and Man until Bishop-Elect Patricia Hillas takes up her ministry in October - this week he's talking about vocations - and reminds us that we've all got one. And from the archives, another chance to listen to Loretta Minghel…
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Rushen MHK Michelle Haywood wants to progressively prevent new generations from being able to purchase tobacco products. Her private member’s Bill would in effect see the age at which you can buy tobacco products increase by a year each year until eventually nobody could buy them. With an estimated 25% of the health budget spent treating smoking re…
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The latest from the inquest into the death of an inmate at the Isle of Man Prison, why the Environment Minister believes we all need to take the opportunity to have our say about planning and good news for Riding for the Disabled Isle of Man, FC Isle of Man and a couple of Elvis impersonators on a tandem. It’s Update with Beth Espey on Monday 15 Ju…
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Citizen weeders, Bride's American twin, residents speak on 300 new Braddan homes, bodycams at Tesco & Groudle Glen's 1982 re-opening. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Controversial climate scientist Paul Burgess has made several claims based on his interpretation of climate science which conflict significantly from the general consensus reached by climate scientists who say we need to act swiftly if we are to avoid our climate becoming so extreme that we will be unable to live in it. Mr Burgess refutes this cons…
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In tonight's programme: We look ahead to a busy weekend of fixtures for the Isle of Man's national football sides After a strong start to pre-season last week, FC Isle of Man face their latest test this weekend as the new campaign approaches The Southern 100 may be over, but racing continues in the north of the Island on Saturday & Sunday And a com…
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Plans fornew homes in Braddan, unsatisfactory pay offers, residents in the north on the civic amenity site and Elvis Presley times two on a tandem around the TT Course. It’s Update on Friday 12 July with Beth EspeyOleh Manx Radio
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320 new homes in Braddan, no medicinal cannabis on NHS, selling vapes on social media, Kirk Michael's twin & Miss Isle of Man 1977 - Helen Shimmin. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Increased costs for collecting and disposing fallen animals, a drug trafficker’s sentence has been reduced, inflation rises once again, and…a recap of the action from the Southern 100 today. It's Update on Thursday 11 July with Lewis Foster.Oleh Manx Radio
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Manx Telecom fibre hold-up, Constabulary recruitment snag, future for Laxey Flour, Island Infrastructure Scheme, Douglas Prom's new sea wall & twinning with Dublin. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Police officers getting pay increase, an update on Manx Telecom's plans to rollout fibre broadband, a dentist is placed under a 'warning', and did you get Paolo Nutini tickets? It's Update on Wednesday 10 July with Lewis Foster.Oleh Manx Radio
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The Isle of Man: a destination like no other; an Island described by government as the British Isles’ ‘best kept secret’. But scratch beneath the glossy tourism adverts, the beautifully created social media content and the straplines … and you’ll find a small Island with a big problem. Tessa Hawley uncovers a darker side to our beautiful Island and…
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MHK behind Assisted Dying Bill says 'silent majority' in favour, discussing capacity at Noble's with Manx Care, TT access road 'not fit for purpose', 'apt tribute' to Marshal Liam Clarke unveiled at Billown, and Willaston School is a 'Centre of Excellence'. It's Update on Tuesday 9 July with Lewis Foster.…
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Nobles out of capacity for S100 , Douglas Prom tram plan, our Ørsted offshore wind farm, Allinson on Assisted Dying Bill & wildlife bounty of cash and cartridges. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Lawrie Hooper’s homework was marked by June Tynwald and he passed with flying colours. The waiting list initiative supported by Tynwald last year appears to have had a significant impact in reducing numbers of people waiting for treatment. Minister Hooper tells us about that initiative and new adoption law changes before moving on to the Carer’s St…
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Tynwald petition on horse trams, Manx flag at Euros, Sulby Riverside development, Windsor Road post office going & vintage Alan 'Jacko' Jackson. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioOleh Manx Radio
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Dorothy Manley has introduced us to Isaiah Cregeen, one of the seven Cregeen siblings. Isaiah is a Methodist preacher, and his wife is very proud to take her place in chapel on a Sunday. However, she doesn't welcome the presence of the youngest of the brothers, Martin - known to all as Fairy, and who gives his name to the collection of short storie…
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While a significant majority of climate scientists are increasingly alarmed by the rapid pace of climate change, a growing proportion of voters across Europe are voting to stop climate action. That pleases Perspective's guest this week, Paul Burgess, who describes himself as a climate scientist and friend of four times gaoled, far right politician …
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As their annual Conference celebrates 50 years of women's ordination as presbyters - ministers - in the Methodist Church, Past President of Conference, Rev'd Sonia Hicks, tells her story that reveals the path to progress was not always an easy one. We've music - and comments from organist Gareth Moore - recorded in St Thomas's Church in Douglas las…
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