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Broadcaster and writer Louise McSharry explains how she navigated the pandemic. As well as being heard on her weekend show on RTÉ’s 2fm, the author and beauty columnist has previously shared her experience with Cancer, her childhood, and her pa
Stephen chats to Hugh Jackman about 'Reminiscence', Jodie Comer tells us about her role in 'Free Guy', Niamh Algar talks about horror film, 'Censor' and the Kurupt FM lads chat about their move to the big screen for 'People Just Do Nothing: Big
Simon Coveney, Foreign Affairs Minister, on efforts to get Irish people out of Afghanistan.
Limerick hurlers’ magical patterns, why Cork wear red, and meeting Christy Ring – an all-Ireland hurling final special.
This podcast contains the answers to the long-asked question... What happened at that wedding? Chris and Ciara catch us up, while talking about Britney, sofas, and their Track Of The Week! It's a big week in the world, it's the 'Chris and Ciara
It's all Pop and Culture with our panel this week. Jen Morris, beauty content creator, and best reference on all things pop culture has us covered! Jen has scoops on The D'Amelios reality show, Mariah's Irish cream drink, and Lizzos dealing wit
From Raye to George Michael, Mariah Carey to Dr Dre, many names in pop music have been left in limbo by their record labels. Journalist, Louise Bruton chats to Dave about those artists who have ended up trapped and unable to release music they
Yvonne Farrell set up Grafton Architects in 1978 along with her friend Shelley McNamara, and they’ve gone on to become two of the most decorated architects on the globe. But how will Yvonne fare in the quest to become Second Captains Greatest N
Author Paul Howard had a chat with Dearbhail about his latest Ross O'Carroll Kelly book 'Normal Sheeple'.
Caroline Criado Perez is an award-winning and bestselling writer and campaigner. She won the Liberty Human Rights Campaigner of the Year Award 2013 and in 2015. Caroline spoke to Áine about Invisible Women.
Brenda Donohue visits the Knockcroghey Ukelke collective from a sheep shed in County Roscommon.
This week on Playback. We track the grim developments in Afghanistan. Creaking leather and whirring helicopters – we explore sound in cinema. And Liveline gets a sermon on the mark of the beast. All on Playback presented by Sinéad Mooney.
This morning, we are travelling to north County Sligo and to the wild Atlantic coast. It's where you'll find the home of writer Brian Leyden, who lives in Ballyconnell West.
Tara Brady & Darryl Jones review films, Pig, The Bright Side from Ruth Meehan & Jean Pasley, Censor, starring Niamh Algar as a film censor, who discovers an eerie link between a horror movie that has come before her & her sister, Malaprop’s ,
The continuing adventures of Wally the walrus; One woman’s terrifying experience of aggravated burglary; And how to go back to school on an upcycled bicycle ...
Tony O'Donoghue and Paul Corry on Shamrock Rovers in Estonia, All Ireland Hurling Final preview with Tom Kenny and Niall Moran, Hockey with Mark Tumilty and Jeff Shepard with his 'Eye on America'.
Dale Whelehan, PhD researcher in Behaviour Science at the School of Medicine, on sleep deprived consultants
Luke Clancy and guests explore cities: how they are - and how we dream they'll be; who they serve and who they hinder. On the panel, artist, Sven Anderson, architect, Noreile Breen, curator, Lar Joyce and scholar, Leslie Kern. (First broadcast
Trish recounts a terrifying ordeal which saw her beaten at gunpoint in her home. Mary tells Joe about being a former follower of Christina Gallagher. Elizabeth meets her long lost sister Daphne. Michael is reunited with his beloved car 'Susan'
Aoife Gaffney from Prudence Moneypenny Coaching chats about our different behaviour when it comes to finance.
Trish recounts a terrifying ordeal which saw her beaten at gunpoint in her home.
Kim Sengupta, Defence & Diplomatic Editor of the Independent - who's based in Kabul - speaks to us about the current situation there now
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