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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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Towards the end of this month, the Isle of Man will be represented at one of the world's most famous music festivals. Mae Challis has been invited to perform a two-hour set each day of Glastonbury at 'The Tap House'. Worthy Farm in Somerset is home to some of the most iconic music acts, with some independent artists being scouted by major record la…
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Future of Corrin Memorial Home, £4m extra for CAMHS, electrifying the crematorium, expect increase in illness, Braddan Roundhouse latest & TT 2025 schedule announced. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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On tonight's programme - We take a look at some of the recent highlights and look ahead to what's to come in the Isle of Man's athletics scene TT 2024 may be over... but the two-wheeled racing action is continuing in Jurby this weekend Ahead of one of the main event's on the Manx triathlon calendar, we hear about how the sport has been developing i…
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Glenfaba & Peel MHKs Tim Crookall and Kate Lord-Brennan take calls and questions on silt, sewage, Corrin Memorial Home, road safety and more. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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The Manx Development Corporation has its supporters and critics but what is it for and how was it formed? It aims to be a catalyst for the positive transformation of the Island’s urban landscape for the benefit of all Manx Citizens and has a vision to create an urban landscape which will be perceived as vibrant, safe, of high design quality and env…
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Dorothy Manley's collection, 'Fairy's Ground : Homely Tales', contains five stories involving a character called Fairy Cregeen. In the second tale, Joshua 'Joss' Cregeen is working for a farmer called Charley Willie, where Charlie's daughter, Alice, takes on a lot of the work. As we move on through Bram Stoker's story, 'Dracula', Professor Van Hels…
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Rev'd Susan McIver is the Safeguarding Officer in the Nottingham and Derby District of the Methodist Church. She visited the Island recently, to lead a study day - open to members of churches of all denominations - on SILENCE in the context of safeguarding ..... when it's necessary and helpful, and when it's recognised as a tool, used to manipulate…
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The Manx Labour Party held it’s AGM a few weeks ago so a good excuse to find out what it’s all about. Do we still need a Labour movement in the Isle of Man or has it’s time past? The Labour Party was formed in 1918 to fight against the social injustice of the time and over the century that followed it achieved much of it’s initial objectives, so wh…
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From the shelf marked TOURIST TROPHY in the Manx Radio Archive Room ..... Johnny Gelling shares stories of marshalling at the Highlander in his native Crosby Felix Gale explains how he built up a flourishing camping business in Glen Wyllin Politician Jack Nivison discusses how the Island's road surfaces were improved - and how it affected the road …
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Douglas dilapidated properties will now pay rates, Steam Packet respond to freight costs, TT team boss in court, finance sector combatting terrorist financing, triathletes wanted & 'Poor Little Jurby'. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Parking at Howe Road and Tesco Lake Road, our scooter rally, Southern Swimming Pool latest, ask for Manx £1 notes & what vehicle Q Plate means. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Crogga Gas Field latest, Bishop's vote could go, Registrar General on Adverse Possession, Assisted Dying legislation & farming struggles continue. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Assisted Dying opinion, looking after Manx farming, Vitamin D supplements, public sector housing insurance cover & private members Bills versus ministerial duty. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Empty properties strategy, meat plant latest, LegCo on Bishop's vote, unions say 2% 'unacceptable', Eddie Lowey's funeral & Dave Molyneux's retirement. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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New Coronavirus strain FLiRT, Cliff could have come here to die, our Assisted Dying legislation implications, Manx Development Corporation's purpose & TT Blue Badge parking. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Meat delay was foreseen, fortnightly bins working, crackdown on harbour pollution, Carers Week highlights challenges & TT's Dean Harrison sorry for speeding. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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TT 2024 reflections, Manx meat supply disrupted, Wilf's phone credit woes, smart meter alternative charges, & Sir John Betjeman in 1972. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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D Day 80 Commemorations tonight, record travellers on Steam Packet, £700 fine for encroachment, today's TT action & cruise ship passenger's heart attach. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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EVs on our ferries, TT parking at Grandstand, Nobles private ward, football tournament, FOI future for Steam Packet, MDC and Meat Co & chocolate Kit Kat cake from Gorse Lea. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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GOAT Michael Dunlop, ambulances answering 45 calls a day, FOI could extend to Steam Packet and others, £18.3m for 3,000 operations & they're still ignoring road closures. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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£18.3m on more hospital operations, the threat of a UK Labour government, Port Erin 's shortage of cash, Assisted Dying legislation detail & plumbers and the concept of Parity of Esteem. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Enterprise Dept. rebutts 'inaccurate figures', famous leathers' thief sought, Manx Care delivers 3000 operations, the latest from Onchan Commissioners & dealing with vulnerable prisoners. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Bus provision during TT, Assisted Dying / Suicide legislation, airport parking, house price multiplier, the Roundhouse saga continues & £4,800 to rent Dhoon kiosk. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Too many lawbreakers, Nobles better than UK, earnings up last year, your view on North and West Plan & charity funding wanted for emergency helicopter. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Long serving political figure Eddie Lowey passed away recently and on Agenda long term friend and occasional political ally Peter Karran pays tribute to a towering Manx statesman. Mr Lowey was first elected to the House of Keys in the old Rushen constituency. He went on to serve in many position in both government and Tynwald stepping down from Leg…
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Cost of drinks, speed limits, inconsiderate parking, race commentary etc. - thoughts on TT 2024 so far. Plus apprentice funding & bygone bagpiper Jack Crellin. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Dorothy Manley's story, 'The Chimney Sweep', is the first in her collection called 'Fairy's Ground : Homely Tales and Poems'. In the 'Homely Tales' she creates a male narrator who brings the first tale to an end and embarks on a second, entitled 'The Farmer'. Jonathan Harker's journal is describing how he is pleased that his wife, Mina, is sleeping…
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May Tynwald was a relatively brief an uncontroversial affair but even with a light Order Paper there were still a few items of interest. Some members expressing righteous indignation over Tynwald’s unwillingness to suspend its standing orders while others dismissing this as a storm in a tea cup. And what’s really happening in Peel with apparent con…
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Thursday 6 June, 2024 is the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings - lone pipers throughout the British Isles have been taking turns to each play a poignant piece of music at various locations at 8am each morning. By the time we reach the anniversary on 6 June, the piece will have been played on 80 consecutive mornings, at 80 different locations -…
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Ronaldsway restrictions rescinded, tribunal proceedings could be cheaper, Brad Pitt / Channing Tatum latest, accommodation woes & Ramsey Sprintfest this weekend. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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The Great Airport Parking ban that never was, the Ronaldsway Rumpus over the the dropping off and picking up lane & The Queen Mother on the Island in 1984. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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No TT practice tonight, Ramsey MIU fully staffed, 88% silver treasure, driver on closed roads, Tom Birchall on retirement & Brummie TT wedding bells. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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The Summerland disaster almost 51 years on, memories, opinion and reflections. What now, what's the right thing to do? Plus voting in the UK election. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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TT thieves about, Govt keen on Lord St development, Chief Constable wants more funds, visitors reminded on travel insurance & Douglas War Memorial centenary. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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What to do with Summerland, assisted dying views and experiences, the queue of brownfield sites, the price of diesel & Manx Development Corporation. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Tonight's Practice is on, a new start for Lord Street site, spike in drink and drug drivers, AI and the finance sector, future for swimming pools & daily TT sea trips from Anglesey. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Political think tank - Reayrtys - and Prof Peter Edge from Oxford Brookes University want to talk about reform of Legislative Council. Perspective this week asks them why? How does tinkering with our parliamentary structures help address the housing crisis, cost of living crisis and the difficulties faced by the hospitality sector. Seasoned politic…
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Lord Street's 90 new flats, 4 cinemas and bus station, our Assisted Dying legislation, campervan with no tax & the £25 TT burger. It’s Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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Stressed, tearing your hair out, feeling overwhelmed by the pace of the world we live in? Well the Isle of Man Praying the Keeills week may just be the answer. It runs all through next week and organisers Rev Canon Janice Ward, Phil Craine and Andrew Foxon tell you all about it on Perspective on Sunday at 12 noon on Manx Radio with me Phil Gawne. E…
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Earlier this year, Angela Southern, a member of Ballagarey Methodist Church, was selected to represent not just the Isle of Man, but the whole of the British Isles, at the All Africa Conference of Churches - an ecumencial body which accounts for over 200 million Christians across the African Continent. Our local Christian Aid Rep Louise Whitelegg c…
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We looked at the poetry from the booklet, 'FAIRY'S GROUND : Homely Tales and Poems : by Dorothy Manley', and now we turn to the first of the 'Homely Tales' which is called 'The Chimney Sweep'. In our extract from the translation into Manx of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', after the escape of Count Dracula from his house in Piccadilly, the five friends re…
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1000 public sector houses needed, group wants Summerland inquest re-opened, Pre-TT starts tonight, Hospital Cup final & remembering Eddie Lowey and Alan Wilcocks. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioAv Manx Radio
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