Fire and Fury‘A pacy, evocative insight into the chaos of the Trump administration.’

As heard on Claire Byrne

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Journalist Michael Wolff’s book, Fire and Fury has been making waves in the US and abroad and is on track to be the bestselling book of 2018. The book follows American President Donald Trump’s first days in the White House and paints an unflattering picture of his administration. Political Editor with The Irish Examiner, Daniel McConnell joined Claire Byrne on Saturday with Claire Byrne to give his take on the book …

Stanley Johnson on working for MI6‘You weren’t even allowed to tell your wife what you were doing.’

As heard on The Marian Finucane Show

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Marian was joined by a guest “of many parts” on today’s The Marian Finucane Show. Stanley Johnson is a former MEP, father of British State Secretary Boris Johnson, author of a number of environmental books and is fresh out of the I’m a Celebrity jungle. Stanley took Marian back to his time with MI6. Work which, at the time, was cloaked in utmost secrecy. “You weren’t even allowed …

Looking for a new career in 2018?‘Your image which is online shouldn’t be a stormtrooper. It should be of you in professional attire.’

As heard on thebusiness

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The New Year is a period of reflection for many, with gyms and health food shops doing a roaring trade and vintners feeling a little light of pocket. It’s also a time that prompts some people to explore the idea of a new career or new job. Rachel Tubridy, Managing Director of and Yseult Freeney, Associate Professor of Organisational Psychology at the DCU School of Business, joined Richard Curran on The Business to talk about some of the steps you …

Purple Spuds ‘A lot of people ask what do they add to the seed to make it purple and the answer is nothing.  Potatoes were actually purple before they were white.’ 

As heard on Countrywide with Damien O'Reilly

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It was girl power all the way as Countrywide celebrated Nollaig na mBan with an all-female panel and stories of sisters doing it for themselves all over the country.  Reporter Suzanne Campbell paid a visit to Maria Flynn who’s striking potatoes are currently enjoying a purple reign.  Maria was faced with the prospect of a reduced income from her family …