James P Mahon

Scottish Football's Semi-Pro Struggles, Dumbarton Prove Doubters Wrong

James Mahon | Posted 14.04.2017 | UK Sport
James Mahon

Dumbarton know they will not attract big name players, they understand they cannot compete against their namesake, The Championship in England who despite being the second tier of English football is amongst the 5 richest leagues in the world. Yet tonight is about Dumbarton "The Sons of the Rock"...

A Parisian Autumn of Discontent

James Mahon | Posted 15.11.2016 | UK
James Mahon

I happened to be in Paris the week before the so called "Islamic State" launched the concerted terrorist attacks that have engrossed and horrified the...

Biker Mice TV Show to Become Mobile Game for UK Fans

James Mahon | Posted 23.09.2016 | UK Tech
James Mahon

It has been more than 25 years since Channel 4 first aired a little known American kids TV show called Biker Mice From Mars. The series was a huge hit stateside and had reasonable ratings and favorable opinions amongst British children. In 2006 ITV brought it back for one more run to remind us all of the bravery of animated mice on bikes protecting their home planet.

Debate Rages on in Nevada Over "Groom Mine" Beside Area 51

James Mahon | Posted 03.09.2016 | UK
James Mahon

35,000 Britons are employed in mining. An industry with a strong industrial past that still remains a major contributor to the British economy estimat...

Talking Journalism Opportunities With the 'English Guy' Reporting The News In Canada, Kristiaan Yeo

James Mahon | Posted 02.06.2016 | UK
James Mahon

UK emigration rates have been dropping steadily since 2010 according to Migration Observatory. While hundreds travel to make a new life on British sho...

Irish Americans and the US Reacts to Historical Irish Referendum on Same-Sex Marriage

James Mahon | Posted 25.05.2016 | UK Politics
James Mahon

Ireland's landmark decision to vote in favour or same-sex marriage sent significant ripples throughout the more than 70 million making up the Irish diaspora in the US. "As a gay man myself i have suffered the brunt of homophobia on the streets of Dublin"."

A Tale of Two Cities, Birmingham Alabama and England

James Mahon | Posted 25.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Mahon

They share a name, they share a similar population size coupled with a strong industrial past but now they share a similar vision albeit 4200 miles apart.

Creationism and Evolution Square Off Once Again as Darwin Remembered

James Mahon | Posted 12.05.2014 | UK
James Mahon

Faculty at Bryan College, which was founded on the beliefs of anti-Darwinism campaigner William Jennings Bryan, are being asked to follow a new Statement of Belief that says "All humanity is descended from Adam and Eve".

A Glimpse Inside an Adult World

James Mahon | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Mahon

When it came to light last month that members of the British parliament had accessed porn sites over a quarter of million times in a year it brought the world of adult entertainment back into mainstream British media. Meanwhile across the pond in the US porn stars were testing positive for HIV.

The Clock Ticks On: The US Shutdown, A Southern View

James Mahon | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
James Mahon

Political suicide or protecting your own corner. This is what the American shutdown boils down to for many here in the southern states, including British and Irish workers from textiles to finance.

A Beatles Inspired American Pop Culture Journalist, Charles J Moss

James Mahon | Posted 06.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
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Charles J Moss is a journalist by night and a communications and media relations professional for a health care company by day. It was as a child that the music of the Beatles and 80's and 90's TV shows captivated him to the point of becoming a pop-culture journalist.

The Demise of British Journalism?

James Mahon | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Mahon

British journalists and media in the UK has some of the most talented, producers, presenters and reporters to have ever graced our columns and channels but there are no excuses for Saville and Murdoch.

An Asylum Seeker's Fight

James Mahon | Posted 11.10.2012 | UK Politics
James Mahon

The photo-journalist from Cameroon who grabbed national headlines has come back to his wife, Sharon in Sheffield and told the Huffington Post that he ...

Life or Debt in the UK ?

James Mahon | Posted 29.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle
James Mahon

With the lack of job prospects in the UK affecting so many, hundreds of Britons are being forced to turn to alternative means to get enough money to get by, week in week out.

Ireland, Olympic Getaway

James Mahon | Posted 16.09.2012 | UK Sport
James Mahon

Ireland as a getaway from London, not Scotland, not Wales, but a different country! Seems daft, but could be quiet a clever move for the recession hit nation.

IdeasLog Plans to Succeed

James Mahon | Posted 08.09.2012 | UK Tech
James Mahon

An application that helps to plan your life, your business commitments and act as a social networking tool, this surely cannot exist! Yet one young Irish web developer is the driving force behind a piece of software that promises to do just that.

Made in the USA: A 30 Day Journey

James Mahon | Posted 06.09.2012 | UK Entertainment
James Mahon

When documentary maker Josh Miller's father-in-law lost his job he responded with the intriguing film, Made in the USA.

The Difference A Shake Makes?

James Mahon | Posted 28.08.2012 | UK Politics
James Mahon

First the Queen visits the Republic of Ireland, speaks Irish and then she surprises us once again and goes a step farther by going to Northern Ireland and shaking hands with Martin McGuinness.

A Case Of Genetic Sexual Attraction

James Mahon | Posted 24.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
James Mahon

The GSA website states "Genetic Sexual Attraction or GSA occurs between two adults who have been separated during the critical years of development and bonding and are reunited years later as adults."

Euro 2012 a Band-Aid

James Mahon | Posted 19.08.2012 | UK Sport
James Mahon

Ireland have now equalled the worst series of results of any team to ever grace the European Football Championships.

Richard O'Dwyer Left Awaiting Fate

James Mahon | Posted 31.07.2012 | UK Tech
James Mahon

Home Secretary Theresa May ruled in January that Richard could be extradited to the US where he could face up to five years in jail. His mother Julia spoke to me earlier and once again reiterated the fact that this case is not over and she will not giving up fighting for justice for her son.

International Celebrity, Luka Rocco Magnotta

James Mahon | Posted 02.08.2012 | UK
James Mahon

In a society that tells us being famous is perfection, becoming a celebrity is a goal and true success comes in magazine covers and news headlines one man has achieved all he ever dreamed of.

Searching and Seeking Asylum

James Mahon | Posted 31.07.2012 | UK Politics
James Mahon

After fleeing his homeland of Cameroon in 2007, Bernard Mboueyeu made his way to the steel city of Sheffield. As a charity worker and volunteer he gave back to the community that took him in as an asylum seeker and now he may have to leave.