Dubland begins this week with an accusation. PJ has the sort of tan that looks like it has a hint of Spanish sun in its making. PJ defends himself (and his dogs with the same lotion). Suzanne becomes more Irish when she's not in Ireland. PJ also reveals the results of his extremely interesting DNA test, and for the first time ever, Dubland exclusive, reveals who his real dad is. Suzanne gets a very fancy new kettle and toaster, very fancy now. She also talks about her new ASMR fetish, and PJ cannot understand it, he hates noise! Suzanne was on a podcast with Amy Huberman and PJ would not be able to meet her, she's Ireland's Kylie Minogue and his words would fail him. Sunny days mean people w...
Dubland is back! They talk about the Olympics and the merit of just allowing drug use. The Euros, England's fans and Jack Grealish and Declan Rice. A quick mention of Conor McGregor's ankle and then back to the Euros, Italy took all of their tactics from Dublin football team. Colour therapy and how to be calm and then some Love Island talk where agreement cannot be reached. PJ has a lovely walk up a hill and then is quickly dragged back down to earth. Going on your holidays 20 minutes up the road. Suzanne's friend Jeremy Clarkson and his farming stuff. No holiday in the sun this year for the Dublanders. So you listeners will have to keep them company, you can do that on HeadStuffPodcasts.com!
13 July 2021 Finished
There's lots to enjoy in this episode of Dubland, you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be infuriated and you'll be terrorised. What more do you want? Are we reopening on the 5th of July or what's the story? This delta thing sounds like shampoo anyway, not a new variant, so get on with it one way or the other PJ is sick of the positivity, why are we still going through all the numbers? The smart lads out there are putting plans in motion to sell their sperm when all the other lads have dead flutes. Suzanne has a panic attack over a mild tickle in her throat and she rocks up outside her co-host's gaf while he's in bed. They talk about the two different cultures in Dublin, just like Howth seagulls vs. the South William St. youths, then we pop in for a quick skim over PJ's haircut, and then back to seagulls. PJ wants to go Into The Wild and Suzanne has an awful experience on Twitter. Instagram is Badminton. If you're on TikTok over 40 you're a criminal and there's a terrifying deep dive into sleep paralysis and The Man. It's Dubland, just get it #inurears There's a great bonus episode this week which very quickly descends into a ridiculous conversation about how to measure the male bits and pieces - it's for members only and it's the kind of content you definitely want. Support Dubland by becoming a member here!
1 hour 9 mins
24 June 2021 Finished
This week on Dubland you will learn, in great detail, how to get more pleasure than is strictly legal out of your pet. The Dublanders are all good and vaccinated and PJ has some stuff to say about side effects, and Apple have started to get very invasive with their apps. PJ has dicky feet but finally got a nice looking pair of shoes that also work for his foot shape - it's fascinating stuff. Suzanne has booked flights, so that's it, she's off, or she's not. Either way, she tells us about a horrific flight experience she had in the past. People are out and about, sports stadiums and airports are buzzing again and PJ talks about someone who may or may not be him and may or may not enjoy Xanax on flights. PJ is also on a national poop campaign and there are more animal facts! It's Dubland, get it in to ya! There's a great bonus episode this week which very quickly descends into a ridiculous conversation about how to measure the male bits and pieces - it's for members only and it's the kind of content you definitely want. Support Dubland by becoming a member here!
26 May 2021 Finished
Young people are very accommodating to old farts like PJ who don't know what they're up to. He's now been vaccinated along with a load of other random people, and he tries to warn Suzanne about the impossibility of breaking up with your GP. She goes postal on her kids over greed. The Brits don't need tickets to anywhere, they just arrive. Suzanne has a movie moment in Arklow and PJ hates sea swimming but he's going to do it this week with Fiona Lambert for a great cause. They both think it's unfortunate that we're living through a pandemic and not a war so we can't send all the young people off on tanks. PJ applies for the job of Dublin Nightmare as he very much sees bins, speed bumps and traffic lights in his future. There are animal facts featuring otters, dogs, pigs, cats and sperm whales. PJ threatens Suzanne over food he makes that she will like even though it isn't beige. Suzanne has complicated feelings about handstands and shite people are like takeaways. Look, it's feckin' Dubland, what do you want from us? There's a great bonus episode this week which very quickly descends into a ridiculous conversation about how to measure the male bits and pieces - it's for members only and it's the kind of content you definitely want. Support Dubland by becoming a member here!
1 hour 1 min
18 May 2021 Finished
Suzanne is the good 1980s parent in this episode of Dubland as she sends her kids out into nature for a "base" of sunburn. At least she's not lathering them in carrot oil and giving them "tanning pills". PJ browned himself as he cycled out to Howth for a paddle and a beer. Suzanne has been vaccinated and though she's been excited about getting it for months, she now talks about the battle between excitement and nerves over getting it. It takes a while to get the vaccine because loads of Annes are having the chats. If a bulb goes in PJ's house he just learns to live in the dark. The banks are open, PJ is thinking about mortgages and he talks about falling between two stools being too old or too young for most things. He can't go to singles events but he could go on holidays like a domestic cat. He also looks like someone drew a face on a balloon. "I don't like the look of that", says his doctor. PJ gives Suzanne a Spanish lesson over her pronunciation of her lendy car. There's also judgy people, calculated risks, half-dead (and then actually dead) pigeons, Suzanne's first visit to a farm, scary dogs and Suzanne grammatically setting up her kids for a lifetime of bullying. It's classic Dubland stuff, get it #inurears There's also loads of great bonus episodes for members now. You'll hear about the ten meals in a day challenge, some listener reviews, the Boxing Story retold, some Would You Rather questions and loads more, support the show by becoming a member here!
1 hour 7 mins
28 April 2021 Finished