Aug 1, 2020
Kathleen O'Meara, the only triplet I have ever met was brought up to believe that "there were no limits to what you can do" by a mother who had to quit work as a teacher when she married and the nuns who taught her in Roscrea.
Kathleen became a journalist with RTE, took a job in politics and then joined the Labour...
Jul 26, 2020
Four months on from our conversation at the beginning of lockdown, I have a follow up chat with Dr. Gerard Waldron, Assistant Director of Public Health in Northern Ireland to see what has changed, what have we learnt, is this what he expected and what is needed to get control of Covid-19.
We also chat about the danger...
Jul 21, 2020
Susan HayesCulleton, "The Positive Economist" of the Hayes Culleton Group comes from a small country town in County Cork and as we've heard before on this podcast, that can have it's opportunities for women.
With Susan it is all about seizing those opportunities when they come along - a travel agent for teddies, school,...
Jul 15, 2020
When your first job is clearing glasses at the age of 10 in the family pub in Cobh, it's not hard to see how hospitality could be in your blood.
Jul 11, 2020
Elizabeth Cope's energy and drive at the age of 68 is infectious and inspiring.
The very lovely, straight talking, renowned Irish artist chats about her colourful (literally!) life that had her painting since she was just nine years of age when she was "seduced by the smell of paint".
From the early days of drawing nuns...