Michael Dorgan and Johnny Kennedy interview renowned Irish personalities, inspiring immigrants and discuss all things Irish America.
Irish people are doing extraordinary things in America and our aim is to promote their exploits and upcoming events.
Whether its famous sportspeople, actors or musicians, we talk to some of the fascinating characters that drop by New York’s official GAA headquarters.
The Long Hall Pub & Grocery is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan’s East 34th Street, and has quickly become New York’s most popular traditional Irish bar and is the ideal location for frank and honest discussions.
The Long Hall Podcast gives a voice to the wonderful characters that come through our doors.
The Long Hall Podcast is, America’s Irish Voice.
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On this week’s show Michael speaks to Joan Henchy, Chairperson of the New York GAA County Board – the first woman to ever hold the position.
It’s a wide-ranging podcast – discussing all things New York GAA and the Gaelic Park Clubhouse
On this week’s podcast we speak to Michael McNamee, the co-owner of the iconic Mean Fiddler Bar on Times Square that closed last year.
The bar had become a popular haunt for tourists and Irish people living in New York because of its late bar disco theme, loose atmosphere and Irish hospitality.
Michael closed the bar because the landlord was demanding full rent during the pandemic. He talks to us in-depth about the saga and exclusively reveals that he is back in talks with the landlord and the bar might be reopening soon!!
On this week’s show, we discuss the controversial move to sell the American Irish Historical Society’s headquarters on Fifth Avenue.
The building, which has been home to the society for decades, is on the market for $52 million and houses a library and research facility with thousands of rare Irish books and documents.
Former AIHS Board Chairman Brian McCabe and former AIHS events and marketing coordinator Sophie Colgan join me on this week’s show.