The wonderful world of Sean Coyle......
Sean is looking for a good version of Bonnie Charlie and can't find one.
Sean tried fishing once. He had to lie down afterwards.
Sean had a flat tyre but when he went to the garage he got them to fix the wrong wheel.
How can children go outside without a coat, while Sean was always well wrapped up?
Listener Mickey Todd demonstrates his vocal skills to Sean.
Ron has a question for Sean about the tune played in the famous film.
It's not true that pigs can't swim. Pat Fairon sent Sean a story that proves it.
Sean and William's big question. Does taking a shower at night do you for the next day?
Sean had a dream about playing snooker with Alex Higgins
When Sean played the part of Barry McGuigan in a pantomime.
Sean's not happy that a sad song was ignored by Janet, Thomasina and The Undertone.
Stranger questions have been asked on Sean's show. But not many.
Sean has outgrown the digital age.
Tommy Atkinson rings in with a Belfast version of the Robert Service poem
Sean's tale of two suspicious characters who were in the same pub as him one Friday night
Sean and William revive an old party entertainment
Decorator Dave on the sofa has to make allowances for the vacuum cleaner.
Sean and William try to keep control despite an earlier discussion about the word 'foof'.
Sean has to paint the back door. But not in the heat of the sun.
Do scarecrows work? Or are birds different now?
The first television in Sean's house didn't impress his uncle
When singers were called up in the pub, they usually went down........not that well.
It's Sad Song Wednesday and Sean tells Janet about one of his choices.
A strange thing happened to Sean when he was on a Sunday morning excursion.
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