The Irish at Heart Podcast

We have some exciting news to share with you all! Our brand new podcast is here and the brilliant Amy and Conor will be our hosts. As well as occasionally hearing from the Irish at Heart team, this podcast will celebrate and explore the creative talents of Ireland.

We have a real passion for supporting small Irish businesses, so you will hear from a diverse range of contemporary artists, creators and craftspeople who hail from the Emerald Isle. They’ll be chatting with Amy and Conor about how they each contribute - in their own unique way - to the Irish at Heart subscription box.

Make sure you are subscribed on your podcast platform of choice so that you are notified when a new episode drops.

The Episodes

For an in-depth description on each podcast & links to listen across your favourite podcast platforms, check out below 👇🏻

Episode One - Grá

Welcome to the first episode of Irish at Heart: The Podcast. This month we are exploring the theme of "Grá", the Irish word for LOVE. We catch up with Mary Moore, founder of Irish at Heart, and on our Meet the Maker section we talk with Sam agus Neasa, an award winning duo who design furniture and homeware using sustainable Irish timber. Finally, we hear from Conor Reid, who takes us through one of Dublin’s hidden gems with a centuries-old connection to love and romance. Don't forget to listen out for your Irish vocab too!

Episode Two - St. Patrick's Day

Welcome back to the second episode of Irish at Heart: The Podcast. On this episode, we catch up with Mary Moore again, founder of Irish at Heart to hear about her St. Patrick's Day traditions and find out the inspiration behind March's "St. Patrick's Day" themed box. In our Meet the Maker section, we talk with Alix from Field Day who is from County Down and was inspired to capture and bottle the scents of the Irish countryside. Finally, we'll hear from Conor Reid, who has his hiking books on and will be telling us all about the famous Croagh Patrick; an important site of pilgrimage in County Mayo.