Jul 24, 2022
After 150 days of Putin's pointless, brutal war in Ukraine, Paul Niland, who has been living in Kyiv for nearly 20 years, gives us his perspectives of life in a war zone and his deep insights about what has happened and how it is likely to end.
He met Taoiseach, Micheál Martin on his recent trip to Ukraine and...
Jul 19, 2022
On today's podcast I chat with Fiona Forman, former teacher and now trainer and the author of books about well-being and positive psychology for children.
After nearly 30 years of teaching young children and knowing that their anxiety levels are increasing each year (one third of students), Fiona discovered...
Jul 4, 2022
This is part two of a two part conversation with Philip McKinley, recently ordained Church of Ireland deacon.
He chats about the changing role of the church in Irish society, the relationship between the Catholic and Protestant churches, and what he hopes to achieve in his new life as a priest.
Jul 3, 2022
On today's podcast I'm proud to have as my guest, Dan Fleming, the owner of Aperture Media and the producer of the new six part RTE show, Paul Flynn's Food Truck Favourites, that starts this month (6th July - 10th August).
I love Dan's path to success that started in school with mini productions with friends, working...