Callan's KicksLEO: ‘I don’t know, Murphs. Maybe we were just too cool for Ireland. You’ve got that sweet beard and a TV heartthrob brother.’

As heard on Callan's Kicks

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Politicians find that talking about the thing distracts from the other thing… We hear from those on either side of the Brexit-border omnishambles… And touching tributes from celebs (and politicians) to their mams… Want to download the Callan’s Kicks Podcast?  Click here for iTunes Click here for Android Share this Post

Rory O'Neill‘I was such a cliché, in some ways. I loved Charlie’s Angels.’

As heard on The Ray D'Arcy Show

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Rory O’Neill, also known as Panti Bliss, was in the hot seat on The Ray D’Arcy Show this afternoon for the “Soundtrack to my life” segment. Rory walked Ray through swinging newborn lambs in the air with his father the vet, seeing the real Wanderly Wagon and becoming ‘Panti’ in his early 20s in Japan. During the conversation, Rory shared an anecdote about a recent trip he took to …

Documentary on OneMy Left Knee

As heard on Documentary On One

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Do you ever think much about your knees? Well, Taragh Loughrey-Grant didn’t – until one of them was being cut open. What began as an unfortunate incident in a bootcamp exercise class ended with an exploration of the humble knee. What Taragh Loughrey-Grant discovered en route, is that there is nothing humble about it. As a baby says its first “hellos” in the womb, it’s the knees that …

Hit-and-run‘My life has been turned upside down.’

As heard on liveline

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Sean from Tipperary called into Liveline this afternoon to share his story with guest-host, Philip Boucher-Hayes. Sean was the victim of a hit-and-run while on a night out. Sean explained that he was crossing the road to enter a taxi when he crouched down to his shoelace. He was struck by the wing mirror of a passing car, dragged for a short time and …

Ashley Campbell remembering father Glen‘When I wrote this song I knew that there was going to come a time when my dad would eventually not recognise me.’

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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Ashley Campbell is the daughter of the late country legend Glen Campbell and now she’s stepping into the limelight in her own right with her debut album, The Lonely One.  She spoke to Ryan Tubridy about playing alongside her dad on his farewell tour and about supporting him during the progression of his Alzheimer’s disease. Ashley remembers how discovering clips …