Hello folks. Lots to get through this week. Politician Maria Bailey fell off a swing and was prevented from suing by the corrupt media. Ian Bailey is sentenced to 25 years in prison for murdering a woman by the corrupt media (and French law courts). Quigg recalls putting Chewbacca down. A reporter tries to make Quigg feel shame for his private jet and FAILS!
Hello everybody. Welcome to the new year and to a new episode of The Sunday Sermon Podcast. It's all go in Quigg HQ at the moment. Quigg Manor is being de-spidered, the inhabitants of Quigg Island have had their annual delivery of new videos to replenish the video shop and pre-production is well underway for our upcoming sitcom "Lowry's Lasagnas". My "cool" nephew Charlie wanted to help me improve the podcast's "reach" with some "advice" so he agreed to appear on the Sunday Sermon to give...
So this is Christmas and Quigg is busy preparing for the festive season. The video shop on Quigg Island is out of date and needs new titles fast before the natives wreck the gaff. Old Ned (Colin Chadwick) is in prison but will be out in time to help Quigg record the seasons bumper crop of films.
Quigg Pictures International is delighted to announce that Shane Langan has joined the writing team for our upcoming sitcom, "Lowry's Lasagnas". He'll be joining a team that currently boasts head writer Ciara "on extremely thin ice" Knight who only completed 30 of the 40 episodes she promised to deliver in 5 days before coming down with a case of "exhaustion". All here at Quigg Pictures International hope that Shane's energy and talent will prompt the current members of LL's writing staff...
From the sickbed of Quigg: You're lucky you got any podcast this week at all. I'm as sick as a small hospital and putting this out is an act of heroism right up there with any of the big boys you might care to mention, e.g. Jesus Christ of Nazareth, John McClane, Dev!Dev!Dev! and Joanie Arc.
Quigg broadcasts from Phoenix Park just before he does the Prayers of the Faithful. QUIGG WILL BE APPEARING AT THE DUBLIN PODCAST FEST ON SEPTEMBER 30th with LIAM NUGENT, OLD NED AND GUESTS! https://www.ticketmaster.ie/dublin-podcast-festival-the-sunday-dublin-09-30-2018/event/180054FEDAEFED07?artistid=5237559&majorcatid=10002&minorcatid=51 https://www.facebook.com/events/240941793201671/
Quigg's back and this week he - extols the virtues of sleeping in - discusses James Gunn's rude twitter - tackles the thorny subject of post natal depression for men - reads from Martin McDonagh's new book for Audible - promotes a series of plays featuring headbangers - gets everyone excited about the Sunday Sermon Live on September 30th!
With the Pope's imminent visit and the summer winding down Fr. Quigg sits down with Old Ned to reflect on times gone by. All manner of topics are covered, from Old Ned's familial home being bulldozed to make way for a now abandoned Next to his time making quote unqoute weird sitars for headbangers like George Harrison. Join us, won't you, on this gentle journey through the soft path to yesteryear. by and with Giles Brody and Colin Chadwick. LIVE DATE! Come and see The Sunday Sermon Live at...
Hello everybody. Quigg here with this weeks scoop on all things newsworthy and neat-o. I discuss the metric fecktonne of lula's running for President against Michael D. The Pope's Irish visit is creeping up quickly! Here's how we're going to party. Who has the best football fans in the world? (Hint: It's not England).
On this weeks Sunday Sermon Podcast the good father (me, Quigg) talks about: - What exactly were the Three Wise Men up to? - I sympathise with the Thai cave kids and talk about the time I got stuck in a sauna for 5 hours. - The importance of shaving your pets, elderly family members and unsuspecting neighbours in this heat. - The World Cup, I debut my commentary skills.
Join the internet's most dedicated Movie Minds - Fr. Quigg and Liam Nugent - as they whiffle on about the summer's most exciting movies and discuss Quigg's relationship with a certain American journalist of mysterious parentage (Ronan Farrow). Please share with friends and give us a good review on the i-Tunes!
This week Quigg talks about - the repelling of the ape that's been terrorizing Ireland. - going on a lads holiday with No Campaign maestro's John McGuirk and Ronan Mullen. - Dunnes Stores unveils its new robotic killer dog.
I went to the Royal Wedding with an invitation I robbed off the lad who plays Uncle Gus in "Suits". Wouldn't ya know I got ratted out by that irritant James Corden and thrown into the Lego jail because the Windsor Police Station was already full. Luckily Old Ned (Colin Chadwick) and Liam Nugent (Peter McGann) were at the other end of my one phone call to help me hatch a plan that is in no way convoluted.
Hello everybody, hope you're keeping well and happy. It's been a hell of a week here for your old pal the Quiggster. Here are the highlights: - myself and the impoverished Michael Lowry watch the Eurovision together. - Liam Nugent imperfectly places a bet. - I discuss repeling the ape with Danny Healy-Rae at the Pick N Mix at Cineworld. -Quigg's wigs updates!