Struggle to Juggle“I think, women, we judge each other without even knowing that we’re doing it.”

As heard on RTÉ Radio 1

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Following an  RTÉ Hourglass Series live podcast held in The Little Museum of Dublin, RTÉ Radio 1 aired a special programme on the Struggle to Juggle with RTÉ presenter Jacqui Hurley, model and mum-of-four Alli McDonnell and WellNow Co coaches Jessie and Suzanne. Hosted by Taragh Loughrey-Grant, the women discussed the various aspects of finding and maintaining a work-life balance. While Suzanne and …

Liz Nugent on 'Divine' inspiration for latest novel‘That song stayed with me from the first day and I played it over and over again, examining the lyrics’

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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Picture the scene, It’s (give or take) 10 years ago.  You’re listening to Ryan Tubridy on the radio, and you hear Divine Comedy and their song ‘Lady of a Certain Age‘.  You’re immediately inspired. Author Liz Nugent joined Ryan Tubridy today to discuss how the concept for her 3rd book ‘Skin Deep’ was formed.   It’s a tale of intrigue about …

Live Music in StudioLuan Parle performs ‘Roll the Dice’

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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Luan Parle, Clive Barnes and Deni Bonet joined Sean O’Rourke to perform ‘Roll the Dice‘. This coming weekend (April 13th to 15th) Luan, Clive and Deni will perform tour dates in Tipperary, Kilkenny and Kildare.  Details here. For more from Today with Sean O’Rourke, click here. Share this Post

Prison Officer Veronica Bird OBE‘I saw some of the very sad cases… I thought, we need to look at these people, see what’s wrong with them.  Can we make a difference?’

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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From the humblest of beginnings, Veronica Bird rose through the ranks of the prison service and became a governor in some of the most difficult prisons in Britain, earning herself and OBE along the way.  She joined Ryan Tubridy on RTÉ Radio 1 to share some of the experiences and lessons she learned along the way, which you can read …

Everyday Hero Nominee Tariq Reged‘Tariq saved Hugh’s life. Hugh was lifeless. He was grey. And I wasn’t able to help him.’

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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The People of the Year Awards have been running for 43 years and every year, there is no shortage of people to choose from for the honour of Everyday Hero, someone who benefits their family, neighbours or community in a special way. In association with the Rehab Group, Today with Sean O’Rourke will be featuring some of the nominees on RTÉ Radio 1 over the next few weeks. Evelyn O’Rourke introduced the second nominee for this …

Life After Loss ‘Suicide leaves so many questions, and part of me will always feel guilt, always feel I could have done more, could have been a better friend, could have saved him…’

As heard on RTÉ Radio 1

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Life after Loss, RTÉ Radio 1 – December 29th at 4pm. Christmas may be a festive time of fun, family and feasting, but it can also be a catalyst, exposing the cracks in relationships, homes and hearts.  It may be a time when the loss of a loved one around the table feels more raw or perhaps it’s a season …

Callan's KicksFiscal Donohoe’s Budget Address

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Well, Budget 2018 has been delivered and Callan’s Kicks is back in action again this Friday at 6pm on RTÉ Radio 1 or you can hear it in full first HERE on RTÉ Radio 1 Highlights from 5pm. Fancy listening back to last week’s episode? Just click here. Share this Post

First Listen Callans Kicks‘You could come out in support of repealing The Eighth.’

As heard on Callan's Kicks

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Callan’s Kicks is back on Friday at 6.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1 but you can listen to the full episode here right now by clicking play above. This week, Leo would do anything to connect with the younger voter but he won’t do… that. Share this Post