Episode 115 w/ Darren O'Connor9 March - 1 hour 13 mins explicit
Darren is a youth worker who has worked in Dublin's inner city for many years, including with Terence as a young man. Darren told us about growing up in Ballymun and how that environment gave him the tools to help young people later in life. He spoke to us about the seismic changes youth workers can quietly do to turn around the lives of people that others might have given up on, why the greatest successes aren't the loudest ones in life, and he also has some cracking stories for us.
Episode 116 w/ Eve McDowellexplicit
Eve is a stalking victim, who has used her personal experience to campaign for the introduction of laws against stalking in Ireland. She was followed relentlessly from first thing in the morning to last thing at night by a man with a fixation on her. He was eventually jailed for breaking into her home and attacking her housemate with a hammer and was released earlier this month. Eve told us about her experience and her ongoing fight for dedicated laws against stalking in Ireland to protect those going through similar situations. If you have been impacted by any of the topics discussed in this week's episode, you can contact Women's Aid: National 24hr Helpline: 1800 341 900 Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Womens_Aid
1 hour 6 mins
16 March Finished
Episode 114 w/ Tommy Malletexplicit
This week we talked to one of the biggest names in men's fashion, the one and only Tommy Mallet. We talk about everything from his childhood in London, the earliest days of Mallet clothing, Tommy's new view on life since receiving a diagnosis for ADD, and his Pearse Street roots (and his ma's coddle).
1 hour 13 mins
2 March Finished
Episode 113 - Report Cardexplicit
The lads take your questions and try to help out with your requests for advice, and this week there are some strange, disturbing and hilarious submissions from listeners. Everything from bomb disposal on a push bike, to managing Valentine's disasters, to how to unravel the mystery of a suspiciously locked room in a rented house. And to go with that, Terence has found his old school journal, and it offers a glimpse into the chaotic world of teenage Terry.
1 hour 2 mins
23 February Finished
Episode 112 w/ Ray Laneexplicit
Ray Lane is a veteran bomb disposal expert from Dublin. His career began by working to defuse IRA bombs and trying to outsmart and track down the bombers, some of whom he got to know personally. When the NATO forces in Afghanistan were facing a daily onslaught of Taliban bombs, it was Ray who they sent for, as his experience from Ireland gave him an insight unlike anyone else. He also worked as a diplomat in Bosnia during the civil war there, and witnessed horrific acts committed by people against their own neighbours. The horrors of that war left a deep, permanent mark on him and he would later go on testify about what he saw in war crimes trials. Ray has led an incredible life and he spoke to us about all of it, including why he loved his work and what it takes to be the person who walks towards a 1000kg bomb - and why Hollywood movies can never truly show the craft of defusing a bomb.
1 hour 5 mins
16 February Finished
Episode 111 w/ Conor Mooreexplicit
Conor Moore, AKA Conor Sketches, has achieved global fame and success with his comedy and impressions. He tells us the incredible story of how he went from making a video about his local GAA club, just for his close friends, to working with superstars like Tiger Woods and Jose Mourinho - and even having Justin Timberlake steal his punchlines.
1 hour 35 mins
9 February Finished