An international postal mystery‘It was a birthday card that I sent to our niece for her 5th birthday on the 30th of January…the card never arrived.’

As heard on The Ray D'Arcy Show

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Catherine, from Kilballyquilty in Waterford, got in touch with The Ray D’Arcy Show yesterday hoping they could help her out with a bit of a mystery. She told Ray she had sent a calendar to her friend Bethan in Wales but that the envelope had arrived with no calendar inside. To add to her confusion, shortly afterwards Catherine got a letter from a stranger, Chrissie in Minnesota, with the calendar …

Suffering with seasonal allergies‘Your immune system is designed to fight and defend against harmful substances… but when your immune system decides to fight something that isn’t harmful, it’s called an allergy’.

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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T’is the season to be swollen. If your summers are blighted by the curse of itchy eyes, heavy heads and runny noses, you’re likely one of the many people who are suffering from seasonal allergies, most commonly to trees, grass and pollen. Dr Máire Finn joined Sean O’Rourke to give him the lowdown on hay fever and all its unwanted …

10 Arguments for Deleting your Social Media Accounts‘Social media has brought with it a new sense of what constitutes truth’.

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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Computer scientist Jaron Lanier thinks he can convince you to delete your social media accounts. And he has 10 reasons to persuade you. He’s penned the book, Ten Arguments for Deleting your Social Media Accounts Right Now. He joined Sean O’Rourke on the line this morning from London to state his case. Sean remarked that there’s “scarcely a page in this book that doesn’t have a provocative …

Gay Conversion Therapy “On the surface, it looks totally insane I know, but it’s so deeply entrenched there that they think that everyone else is kind of insane.”

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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Garrard Conley was Ryan Tubridy’s guest, talking about his memoir, ‘Boy Erased’, which Ryan described as “a raw collection of his experiences of gay conversion therapy as a teenager in small-town Arkansas where religion was at the forefront of life and being gay was the ultimate sin for most people.”  The book was published in 2016 and has garnered much …