Podcasts are a great way to share information and entertain you. I have three active podcasts, but I’ve created over a dozen. You will enjoy literally hundreds of hours of music and entertainment on this page by me and other podcasters.
Podcasters and Gunn Runners may share my music as long as you credit me and my website. You don’t have to you contact me to do so. But please email me once it’s been played. Because I want to tell my fans about you and your show!
Here’s the latest list of my podcasts, in order of popularity, after I mention my personal podcast.
Explore the world of Celtic Geeks, the people who love all things Celtic and science fiction. That's a thing?! You betcha. Don your kilt and experience inspiration, exciting travels to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Italy, Brittany and more. Enjoy stories and lessons about Irish music and drinking songs in a way you never before imagined, with Star Wars, Star Trek, hobbits, Firefly, and even cats. Join me each and every other week as we celebrate the Celtic Geek Revolution!
If you love Celtic music, then welcome to Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Each week, you'll receive an hour-long award-winning Celtic radio show featuring some of the best independent Irish & Celtic music, and all 100% FREE! It is one of the top music podcasts on iTunes and receives over 10,000 downloads of each show each and every week.
Pub Songs aren't just songs about drinking. For host Marc Gunn, The Celtfather, these are fun songs you can sing-along and enjoy. Some are Irish. Some are Scottish. Others are smash hits at science fiction conventions. Pub Songs Podcast highlights the music of Marc Gunn and the music he loves, while occasionally commenting on Celtic and Geek topics. You'll enjoy this music over a pint at your local pub or while hanging out in your local game store. It's a show to make you smile.
Marc Gunn, Captain Nicholas London, and Matthew Ledder have teamed up to create a new kind of Podcast. This is the story of the crew of the QUASOR (Quantum Universal Air Ship of Relativity). Listen in as Gus Mainsails, Jenny Malone, Marc Gunn and a group of geeks bring you their take on adventure. All fandoms, all worlds, any time, and any dimension is within their grasp. Come and take a trip on our air ship.
Welcome to the brand new Autoharp Radio! The autoharp is an incredible instrument with a lot of versatility, far more than it's given credit. The goal of this website is to highlight the many styles of autoharp music by autoharpers around the world.
Twice monthly music and entertainment from Renaissance festivals with Celtic music, Irish folk music, Scottish bagpipes, English folk, Gypsy music, Renaissance music, and comedy from groups performing this week at a faire near you.
Do you love cats? I started this podcast to promote my Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers, but it kinda grew beyond that featuring cat news, humour, stories, health tips and much more.
The podcast of the Brobdingnagian Bards. Once a month, we ramble on about whatever’s on our minds and then we play a few songs in each show. It’s the next best thing to a live show that you’ll find.
Every few days from the beginning of December until Christmas, the Celtic Christmas Podcast shares with you the Christmas music and entertainment from various Celtic podcasts online. This podcast features a wealth of Celtic Christmas craic for your holiday pleasure. Please help spread the holiday joy by sharing the podcast with your fellow Celts.
The newest of Marc’s Celtic podcast series. This show is a 7-part special feature on St. Patrick’s Day and great independent Celtic music. It started Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day on Sept 17, 2010 and will conclude on St. Patrick’s Day 2011. The goal is to provide you with a mostly talk-free show that you can add into rotation for your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
I started this podcast with the intent to feature just Irish songs. But I got carried away and decided to open it up to all my music. Once a week, you can download a free 128kbps MP3. Course if you enjoy it, I just ask that you consider buying an album or buy the upgraded 192kbps MP3 file.
You can find a more complete list on Stephen's Celtic Music Podcast Playlists. It includes links to all the Celtic podcasts online plus playlists for the many shows. It's an amazing resource.