Some good things did emerge from the Coronaviurs pandemic and The Hurling Podcast certainly falls into that category…
The Hurling Podcast invites both past and present Wexford hurlers onto the show. The new podcast called ‘The Hurling Podcast’ came about just a few months ago and already, it’s a new hit with the Wexford public and beyond.
Anyone with an interest in hurling would enjoy this new podcast. A rake of well-known guests have already featured on the show such as Diarmuid ‘Gizzy’ Lyng, Tom Dempsey, David Redmond, Darren Stamp, and Larry O’Gorman, and even Jack Guiney from all the way over in America.
The Hurling Podcast is co-hosted by Ben Bernie and Garry Doran. Ben is a Ferns St-Aidans clubman while Garry, who is Ben’s cousin, is a member of the Askamore/Kilrush club.
When asked what the two lads enjoy most about the venture, it’s the opportunity to “talk to heroes and hear stories.”
It’s this passion for hurling and their genuine intrigue that makes this hurling podcast unique and easy on the ears.
Both Ben and Garry produce and The Hurling Podcast and they admit that “producing content that people are interested in listening to” is enjoyable.
Before it’s available on readily-accessible podcast apps, some editing work has to be done and the pair alternate editing duties each time a new podcast is about to be released.
With the Wexford hurling season returning after a halt to the season due to the Coronavirus, both Ben and Garry, like all other Wexford hurling fans, will be looking forward to the future holds:
“We’re looking forward to when the action returns and we have games to talk about, analyse, and hopefully celebrate,” the lads said.
“We’re looking forward to being famous too,” Ben joked.
If The Hurling Podcast’s popularity and rise continues, that’s certainly not out of the question.
The Hurling Podcast is readily-available on all usual podcast apps such as Spotify, Soundcloud, Podtail, and Apple Pod for example.
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