Episode 124 w/ Pat Shortt11 May - 48 mins explicit
Pat Shortt is one of Ireland's most famous, and most loved, comedians and actors.
We talked about his early life growing up, how D'Unbelievables got their start, the fame of Father Ted, and how later in his career he has earned respect as an actor - including a big role in the Banshees of Inisherin.
And not to forget, knocking Shakira off the top of the charts with "Jumbo Breakfast Roll".
Episode 126 w/ Gerry Husseyexplicit
Gerry is a performance psychologist and author of ‘Awaken Your Power Within’ and more. He joined us to share his story of struggling with his mental health from a young age and told us how it nearly cost him his life as a child. That experience inspired Gerry to learn more about the brain and how we can train it with the right exercises to reduce anxiety and to live a more fulfilling, rewarding life. Gerry also uses his psychological expertise to help high performance athletes cope with stress and he shared some great examples of it in action on the pitch! If you have been impacted by any of the topics discussed in this week's episode, you can contact Samaritans: National 24hr Helpline: 116 123 Email: [email protected] Website: www.samaritans.org
1 hour 11 mins
25 May Finished
Bonus: Teleporting the gaff downexplicit
Terence sees the vast potential in the powers of teleportation (of others), Calvin has big questions about strange names, a listener challenges the lads to consider which animal they would stand the best chance with in a fight, and the lads weigh up which fictional movie character they'd choose to live the rest of their days as.
23 May Finished
Episode 125 w/ Eddie Hearnexplicit
Chairman of Matchroom Sports and arguably the world's most influential boxing promoter, Eddie Hearn joined us ahead of Katie Taylor's homecoming to discuss the legacy of the fight, and how his attitude towards women's sports has changed over the years. He also told us about his upbringing, the origins of his work ethic and his drive to win.
18 May Finished
Bonus: Moonwalking under a ladderexplicit
Umbrella theft, superstitions, the size of fridges, chewing gum in the shower and debatable time travel options - it's a weird one, but Terence explaining his problem with switches on plug sockets takes us on a journey into another realm entirely. Calvin admits to multiple holding on to multiple superstitions, and a strict code of conduct towards magpies, which Terence mocks him for before admitting to one of the strangest habits we're ever likely to hear. There's a serious debate about the morals of umbrella theft, a listener has some important public health info to add to the recent discussion around holding in farts, while a disagreement over the size of Irish fridges kicks off. And a listener offers the lads the chance to travel forward in time and see what has become of their worlds. Send your questions and messages for the bonus episodes to [email protected]
16 May Finished
Bonus: The Babylonian Fellasexplicit
Terence is thrown into a tailspin by questions over who invented time, while Calvin is baffled by how far away Lucan is. Calvin has lessons for us on the world of pigeon fancying - a world Terence insists he never had the opportunity to enter - and they consider which of the two of them is more difficult to spend time with. Then there's listener questions, leading us to conversations about hauntings, a missing moon, the daily workload of a modern day exorcist, and musical guilty pleasures.
9 May Finished