Parenting pressures‘I feel my husband hasn’t stepped up with looking after the toddler’

As heard on Today with Miriam

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Clinical Child Psychologist David Coleman joined Miriam O’Callaghan on the Today programme to answer parenting queries. A listener got in touch to say that she has been growing more and more frustrated as her husband appears to be avoiding getting involved when it comes to their 2-and-a-half year old toddler.  They had another baby 9 months ago and the listener …

Scam AdvertMiriam O’Callaghan confirms that she has nothing to do with beauty products and is speaking to her lawyers about removing the ads

As heard on liveline

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Vicki McNulty is a translator and was doing some research for a French client when she stumbled upon an article claiming that RTÉ presenter Miriam O’Callaghan was taking some time away from RTÉ to launch a new anti-ageing face cream, TryVix. After signing up for a free sample, Vicky realised it was a scam ad. The website URL aimed to mislead readers into thinking they were reading a well-known entertainment news website. The …

Mary Black on great writers‘To say something in two lines that would probably take me 3 pages to actually say. That’s what the beauty of an amazing writer is.’

As heard on RTÉ Radio 1

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Mary Black is back.  After a very difficult couple of months, the legendary singer is ready to tour again.  She spoke with Miriam O’Callaghan about her challenging health scare as well as her ongoing passion for music. The friendship and musical connection between Mary and songwriter Jimmy McCarthy is well known, and much loved.  Having written the remarkable ‘No Frontiers‘ …

The 3 Tenors‘I wasn’t really into sport so it wasn’t really a very cool thing to do but it gave me great confidence to be on stage, to speak in front of people and to have my own voice I suppose’

As heard on RTÉ Radio 1

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It’s been ten years since Ireland’s Three Tenors formed their group. Shane Morgan, Dominic McGorian and Derek Moloney are all connected through John Conway who knew each of the men individually and decided to bring them together to form a unique blend of singers. County Down native, Shane Morgan told Miriam O’Callaghan that he began to sing at the age of …

John Banville‘The struggle with language has been my life’s torment and my life’s passion.’

As heard on RTÉ Radio 1

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The notion of one novelist writing a sequel to another novelist’s work is often something that you might imagine happening in popular fiction, maybe with a character-driven series, like a James Bond or a Sherlock Holmes. But when the novel in question is Henry James’s universally acclaimed 1881 masterpiece, The Portrait of a Lady, you could be forgiven for wondering …