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In the final episode of the Roisin Meets podcast, Roisin chats to her mum Ann Ingle and legendary Irish race car driver Rosemary Smith about the latter's biography, ghostwritten by Ann. Expect tales of rallying across continents, love affairs with the likes of Oliver Reed and why, in the depths of despair, Rosemary looked over the edge but decided …
 
For over 20 years, Ziauddin Yousafzai has been fighting for equality - first for Malala, his daughter - and then for girls all over the world. On this week's podcast, he talks to Róisín about the roots of his activisim in Pakistan's Swat Valley, his Nobel Prize winning daughter and his book, Let Her Fly.…
 
In his first children's book Niall Breslin has written a story that encompasses a mindfulness technique to help children explore difficult emotions, face their fears and return to the present moment. Illustrated by Sheena Dempsey, Bressie hopes The Magic Moment will help to encourage children to feel the fear and jump in anyway. He talks to Róisín …
 
Game Changer, Cora Staunton's autobiography, is the first from a female GAA player. In it the Mayo woman documents her sporting journey, from her childhood home of Carnacon, to her 67 Championship games over 23 seasons in the Mayo jersey. Her inter-country career game to a bitter end this year and she talks to Róisín Ingle about the controversy tha…
 
Auschwitz survivor Dr Edith Eger came in Ireland for the first time to speak at the international Safe World Summit, hosted by Safe Ireland. The 91-year-old psychologist’s best-selling memoir The Choice recounts her time in the concentration camp and her struggle to be free of the survivor’s guilt and shame that followed her as she made a life in A…
 
In five years selling at farmers' markets and hosting dining events, James Kavanagh and William Murray's food business Currabinny has grown a huge fanbase. The pair are boyfriends as well as business partners and in this podcast they talk Róisín about their meeting on Grindr, why James has William to thank for his 'influencer' status, how their mot…
 
Róisín talks to one of Ireland's best-loved broadcasters, Mary Kennedy, about her 40 year RTÉ career, getting the Eurovision presenting gig on the third go and why she loves working on Nationwide. They also speak about her Catholic faith and how she reconciles that with her own beliefs, the Rose of Tralee, and her new book, Home Thoughts from the H…
 
With her 10th book, Martina Devlin salutes the trailblazing women who drove change in Ireland. 'Truth and Dare' tells the stories of incredible Irish women including Countess Markievicz, Anna Parnell and Hanna Sheehy Skeffington. On this week's podcast Martina talks to Róisín Ingle about the book, about the peculiarity of writing personal testimony…
 
Bestselling authors and best friends, Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen, talk to Róisín about The Importance of Being Aisling, googling 'how to write a screenplay', the origins of their friendship and their delight at being envied by the great Fintan O'Toole.Róisín Meets Podcast による
 
Virgie Tovar is an author, activist and a leading expert and lecturer on fat discrimination and body image. She is the founder of Babecamp, an online course designed to help women who are ready to break with diet culture, and she started the hashtag #LoseHateNotWeight. Virgie talks to Róisín about her manifesto, You Have the Right to Remain Fat, th…
 
On today's show, Róisín meets Su Carty, the first female representative to be appointed to the World Rugby Council. Su talks about her late start and fast rise in rugby, her work in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and the fourth annual “Get Up and Go” inspirational conference, where Su will deliver a talk this weekend. www.getupandgoevents.com…
 
Caitlin Moran talks to Róisín Ingle about her razor-sharp new novel How To Be Famous, which tracks one young woman’s riotous journey through a world where men hold all the power. Nothing is off the table in this chat, which was recorded in front of an audience at the National Concert Hall in Dublin as part of the International Literature Festival D…
 
After David Gillick's career in athletics came to an end, he entered a dark period of his life and contemplated suicide. His new book Back on Track shares the techniques he used to pull himself out of despair, including a healthy diet and exercise. He talked to Róisín about his journey.Róisín Meets Podcast による
 
Stars of the musical Wicked, currently running at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin, Amy Ross and Helen Woolf chat to Róisín Ingle about the rarity that is female-led theatrical productions, about being women in musical theatre and why Irish audiences are the best.Róisín Meets Podcast による
 
It's the final installment of the 2018 edition of Music Month on Róisín Meets. This week it's Éna Brennan, or Dowry as she goes by on stage. Brussels-born to an Irish mum and Danish dad, Éna is a woman who wears many hats: multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, multi-media designer and costume designer, to name a few. She talks to Róisín Ingle a…
 
Mongoose are this week's Music Month guests, a band of four women who combine exquisite vocal harmonies with great instrument-playing and songwriting. Molly O'Mahony, Ailbhe Dunne, Muireann Ní Cheannabháin and Cara Dunne are currently crowd funding to help get their second album over the line and you can help out by visiting www.gofundme.com and se…
 
The 2018 edition of Music Month continues this week with Pillow Queens, a four-piece who came together in the autumn of 2016 on a basketball court in a Dublin city park. Cathy plays guitar and sings. Rachel plays drums and also sings, while Pam and Sarah swap guitar, bass and lead vocal duties. They talk to Róisín about feminist themes in their mus…
 
In the first installment of the 2018 edition of Music Month, Róisín sits down with Morgan MacIntyre & Gemma Doherty, better known as Saint Sister. The duo, who started making music together in 2014, mix Celtic harp, 60s folk and electronic pop to create their unique sound. They talk to Róisín about their mentor Lisa Hannigan, touring with Arcade Fi…
 
'Lifeshocks' happen to all of us. They are those moments that floor you, devastate you and leave you wondering how you'll move on. Sophie Sabbage knows what it's like to be hit by multiple lifeshocks. The bestselling author is living with terminal cancer, she has overcome bulimia, a petrol bomb was planted at her family home as a child and she was …
 
Ahead of the annual Music Month on Róisín Meets next month, we bring you one from the archive. In 2016, Lisa Hannigan spoke to Róisín Ingle about the breakdown of her working relationship with Damien Rice, her third album At Swim and how working with The National's Aaron Dessner was the help she needed to get out of the rut she'd been stuck in. She…
 
Liza Donnelly is an American cartoonist with The New Yorker and resident cartoonist of CBS News. She is also the creator of digital live drawing, a new form of journalism using a tablet to literally live-draw news and events, including the Oscars and the 2017 Presidential Inauguration. Liza was in Dublin recently and spoke to Róisín Ingle about liv…
 
Last year Caroline Foran's book, Owning It: Your Bullshit Free Guide to Living With Anxiety, was a runaway hit, becoming a best seller, surprising even her. Caroline was doing well – she’d overcome crippling anxiety, written a book about it and people had liked it. But the stress of promoting the book got to her and she realised she still had a lon…
 
Arnold Thomas Fanning has written a searing personal account of mental illness in his book Mind on Fire. Recently he spoke to Roisin Ingle at the International Literature Festival Dublin about his illness, the depths he sunk too, shame and living to tell the tale.Róisín Meets Podcast による
 
American singer and performance artist Amanda Palmer was in Dublin the week Ireland voted to remove the 8th Amendment from the Constitution. As someone who has had three abortions and who has spoken publicly about those experiences, Palmer was overjoyed at the result and could be seen around Dublin in her REPEAL sweater in the lead up to the vote. …
 
In 2006, 12 years after they had fled the Rwandan genocide, 18-year-old Clemantine Wamariya and her older sister were reunited with the rest of their family live on US TV on the Oprah Winfrey show. On today's podcast, Clemantine speaks to Róisín Ingle about her memoir, The Girl Who Smiled Beads, which describes a childhood brutally disrupted by the…
 
The Happy Pear twins, Stephen and David Flynn, are famous for their hand-standing, health-living ways, but on today's episode they reveal to Róisín Ingle that they were once Ross O'CK-style, beer swilling, rugby playing, jocks. They speak to Róisín about what it's like to be mirror-twins, there's also talk of time spent living behind a waterfall in…
 
Julia Kelly is the author of two novels, 2011’s With my Lazy Eye and 2014’s The Playground. Her third book, Matchstick Man, is a memoir about her former partner the artist Charlie Whisker and his Alzheimer's. She talks to Roisin Ingle about the book, which is a heart breaking and, at times, an uncomfortably honest account of the mental disintegrati…
 
Louise O'Neill has re-imagined the Little Mermaid through a feminist lens for her latest book, moving the action to the Atlantic Ocean off the Irish coast. The Surface Breaks is her second new book in as many months, following on from her third novel, Almost Love, and comes just a few weeks before the stage adaptation of her award-winning second bo…
 
The woman at the centre of the CervicalCheck cancer screening scandal, terminally ill Limerick woman Vicky Phelan, speaks to Róisín Ingle about the situation, calling it “disgraceful, saying it’s an absolute national scandal”. Vicky tells Róisín that the buck stops with HSE director general Tony O'Brien and that she doesn't understand how he could …
 
After the discovery of an unsent teenage love letter, David Nadelberg began asking people online whether they knew anyone who wanted to share their hideously embarrassing childhood writings on stage. It went viral and Mortified was born. 15 years later, it's been a podcast, a stage show, a 2013 movie and now a Netflix show. There’s a Dublin Chapter…
 
Vicki Ashman was a senior partner in an international law firm before selling off her part in the business and taking an early retirement in her forties. She tells Róisín Ingle why she swapped legal briefs for luxury knickers, Scrumpies of Mayfair. She also talks about the pros and cons of running a business with her husband Ian, how a chance encou…
 
Lying in Wait author Liz Nugent talks to Róisín Ingle about her new crime novel set in the Cote d'Azur, Skin Deep. She also talks about her life, the fall she had aged 6 and a half that nearly killed her, her husband Richard, why she's glad they chose not to have children, and lots more.Skin Deep, by Liz Nugent, published by Penguin Ireland, is out…
 
Camille O’Sullivan has been treading the boards around Ireland and beyond for many years. As she returns to the Gate Theatre with Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece this week, she speaks to Róisín Ingle about the production. She also talks about the life-changing car accident that saw her ditch architecture for a career as a singer, her boyfriend th…
 
So far this year there have been more than 30 mass shootings in the United States, including the school shooting in Florida last month which killed 17 people and injured nearly 20 others. Last year, the U.S. saw a total of 346 mass shootings.This weekend protests will take place in every state calling for better gun control as part of the March For…
 
U.S. defence lawyer Dean Strang shot to fame when he provided legal representation for Steven Avery, twice convicted of murder in Wisconsin, who featured in the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer. In the past few weeks he has been in Ireland for a guest lecture series at the law department of the University of Limerick and has given a number of …
 
Tara Westover grew up in on Buck Peak, a beautiful mountain in rural Idaho, in a household that was in a perpetual state of preparation for the End of Days.Her family didn't talk about the summer, it was ‘canning season’ to them, a time spent furiously preserving peaches and other foodstuffs to stockpile for the inevitable End of Man.Westover’s fat…
 
Nora Twomey will find out this weekend whether she and the Irish animation company Cartoon Saloon have won their first Oscar for their film (which counts Angelina Jolie as an executive producer) The Breadwinner. The film is based on Deborah Eilis's novel of the same name and tells the story of 11-year-old Afghan girl Parvana. Nora talks to Róisín I…
 
Canadian singer Johnny Orlando is a pretty big deal. When he was 8 years old, his big sister asked their parents if she could put a video of Johnny singing a song on YouTube. Fast forward a couple of years, and Johnny, who turned 15 last month, has amassed a following of over 10 million fans across his social media accounts, and there are tens of m…
 
Susie Q has played at the Electric Picnic and Body&Soul festivals, and she once opened for the Dalai Lama. This year she will release her debut album Into The Sea, which was written in northern California, in Spanish Point in Clare and at her home near Bull Island in Dublin. The first song to be released off of the impending LP, Home, has garnered …
 
“Organising, for me, is another skill that can be learned,” says Sarah Reynolds, who has made a career out of helping other people become more organised in their own lives with her company Organised Chaos.On the latest Róisín Meets podcast, she tackles Róisín Ingle’s disorderly desk and gives her a pep talk on how to become more organised without g…
 
Twenty-one years ago, Vince Cullen poured his last can of beer and promised himself that he would never drink alcohol again.Soon after, he began working with the Wat Thamkrabok monastery in Thailand and Buddhist-oriented drug and alcohol recovery centre, helping other addicts and alcoholics.On the latest Róisín Meets podcast, Cullen speaks to Róisí…
 
It’s the middle of January and Jo Spain has just overseen the publication of the first of three books she has coming out this year. The crime writer says she has always been a nerd, but growing up on Dublin’s north side, she was “smart enough not to let people know how smart I was.”Spain talks to Róisín Ingle about happily leaving behind her decade…
 
After his mother died when he was 12, Charlie Landsborough went off the rails and embraced a life of petty crime, spending two months behind bars when he was 18. He learned his lesson and turned his life around, embracing music, though he didn't find fame until much later. An appearance on RTÉ's Kenny Live in 1995 launched his career in Ireland and…
 
Hotelier, author, RTÉ presenter and National Treasure, Francis Brennan chats to Róisín Ingle about life, his new book Francis Brennan's Guide to Household Management and why you won't see him on Dancing with the Stars. He also reveals that the secret to being an organised person is... you're born that way.…
 
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