Capital and chief port of Northern Ireland
In this episode of a Fire Drill from the Fire Pit Collective, Matt Ginella joins Alan Shipnuck to break down his latest travels to Dublin and Belfast. They both dive into the best of what's available on and off the course. You'll hear from several protagonists who offered their expertise throughout the trip. From a rainbow and whiskey at Royal County Down, the architect of the front-9 of Portstewart, Ardglass with the 11-time club champ and a brief history of St. Patrick, Ginella and Shipnuck also share their Top 10 courses on the island of Ireland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join me for a candid and invigorating conversation with Pablo O'Hana, who began his career working at Titanic Belfast and has since become a leading publicist and activist in the UK. With a track record of political and public sector campaigns that inspire debate and shift opinion, he has worked to elect America's first-ever woman of color to state-wide office, legalize abortion in Ireland, transform the UK's road safety record and on every British election since 2014. He also worked alongside some of the country's most senior public figures, political party leaders and Britain's most acclaimed talents. He is also an expert on the (often wild) story of Titanic's artifacts and we engage in a lively and healthy debate about the ethics behind memorializing the ship and its passengers. For Pablo's wonderful article on the strange history of RMS Titanic, Inc: https://pabloohana.medium.com/judge-smith-has-got-it-completely-wrong-on-titanic-2373bf23c8bdAnd for his documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phw9QPMt6JkPablo has also got a running list of exhibitions around the world, see here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1axSzphGSIWDeIlHcNapiVH3wLKVGV_KFbgx6zcAHJCw/edit#gid=0Find him on Instagram: @pabs94Find more information about Byrne and Kelly on their website here: https://www.byrneandkelly.com/And follow them on Instas as well: @byrneandkellymusicSupport the showSupport Unsinkable on Patreon for as little as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/unsinkablepodOr buy me a coffee!: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/labeadlesBuy Unsinkable shirts here!: https://www.bonfire.com/unsinkable-the-first-t-shirt/Support the pod via my Bookshop Storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/unsinkablepodFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsinkablepod/Website: https://www.unsinkablepod.com
Three stories told at three summer events in 2023: Paul Hutchinson finds a friend in a failed conversion; Gloria O'Connor finds a nightmare scene in her garage; Barney Gribbin finds his poetic voice on holiday in Ibiza. Paul is your host. Tenx9 is a live storytelling event where nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own life on a particular theme. It began in Belfast in 2011 in the Black Box, started by Pádraig Ó Tuama & Paul Doran. You'll find all the upcoming dates at tenx9.com/events, our guidelines at tenx9.com/guidelines & you can submit your stories at tenx9.com/submissions.
An interview with S. Kirk Walsh author of the bestselling novel, The Elephant of Belfast. Inspire by true events, the book is a moving account of a young zookeeper and the elephant she's compelled to protect during the German blitz of Belfast during WWII.
Jordan's schedule includes stops in New York, Tokyo, Ibiza and London, but his reputation has been built on almost two decades of relentless work closer to home. As resident and promoter at Belfast's weekly party, The Night Institute, and before that as a curator of the city's not-quite-legal,late-night parties, Jordan has played many roles within his local scene, alongside countless hours behind the decks. This has afforded him a legitimacy that is becoming a rarity in the electronic music community, placing him at odds with the common thirst for overnight success stories. "I've crammed in some of the energy of my Summer into this hour. The first half is a slower tempo, inspired by my debut at Pikes and the early part of the night at our parties at The Hack Club in Belfast. The second half, I take things in a more energetic direction with highlights from my Fabric set earlier in July, as well as some previews of my forthcoming releases on Permanent Vacation and Polari." Jordan Nocturne's ‘Musique' EP is out on Permanent Vacation on 29th September. His remix of Django Django 'Slip Stream' is out now. Check em out. https://www.beatport.com/release/musique/4264274 Artist: @jordannocturne
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To kick off Season 4, we welcome to The Pod Paul Huddie of University College, Dublin. Paul is a European Research Council Project Manager at University College, Dublin, for European Research Council initiatives, including the Age of Civil Wars project. He is also a member of the UCD Centre for War Studies. He previously served as Research Programmes Administrator at UCD and was a lecturer at the University of West London. Paul received his BA and MA degrees at University College Dublin and his PhD at Queen's University, Belfast. Paul is the author of The Crimean War and Irish Society (Liverpool) and the forthcoming Military Charities in Victorian and Edwardian Britain & Ireland: A New Directory (Pen & Sword). He has published articles in British Journal for Military History, Mariner's Mirror, Women's History Review, and Irish Economic and Social History. Paul is at the forefront of military welfare history, and in 2023 he co-edited a special edition of War & Society on the subject with Amy Carney. He is working on an edited volume with Amy Rutenberg and Anndal Narayanan, titled Military Welfare History: The Third Field of Warfare History. Paul's work has been supported by the Dublin City Council, the Royal Historical Society, and the British Association for Victorian Studies. In 2013, he was awarded the Crimean War Research Society's President's Trophy. A former Irish Defense Forces Reservist, Paul is an Executive Member of the Irish Association of Professional Historians and the coordinator of the International Network for Crimean War Studies and the new Military Welfare History Network. Join us for a rainy-day-in-Dublin chat with Paul Huddie - we'll talk attending a rugby school in Dublin, being a bookie runner as a kid, the field of military welfare history studies, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Dermott Kennedy, among other pertinent issues! Rec.: 07/26/2023
The Business of Meetings – Episode 183 - 15 Minutes of Shame with Des Hague Today, we are both honored and delighted to have Des Hague joining us on the podcast! Des was enjoying a fascinating career in the hospitality industry when his life took an unexpected twist and he found himself entangled in the pervasive web of cancel culture. He courageously chronicled his experience in a book he wrote called Fifteen Minutes of Shame, which officially hits the shelves today. In this episode, Des dives into his career trajectory and tells the story behind the pivotal moment that forever altered his life. This episode is one of the most enthralling episodes Eric has ever recorded, so you will not want to miss it! Bio: Des Hague is an author and a highly regarded innovator in the international business community having more than thirty years of experience leading global companies. His forward-thinking approaches as president/CEO of Centerplate, president of IHOP, and president of perishables at Safeway, as well as high-level executive positions at Maytag and 7-Eleven, helped those companies achieve sustained growth and robust competitiveness in an uncertain world. Hague currently serves as co-founder and CEO of Hague Enterprises, sits on the boards of Messenger Sports, Ikoniq Inc, MRGN, and YoungCaruso, and is an active mentor, advising several start-up ventures and working with numerous private equity groups to create more than half a billion dollars in returns for investors. Outside of the business world, Hague has received numerous community leader awards and helped raise more than $100 million for various nonprofits. Hague holds an MBA from the American College in London and resides in Colorado with his wife, Carol. They are the proud parents of two sons, Patrick and Desmond Jr. Des's story Des was born in Belfast to an Irish mother and an English father. At the time, interreligious relationships were stigmatized and their family faced much adversity, including the destruction of their business due to the violence in Belfast. After fleeing to the UK and settling in a village near Sheffield, Des's mother became seriously ill with ovarian cancer and soon succumbed. Then, his father married a troubled woman plagued by alcoholism and violent tendencies. Des faced increasing abuse at the hands of his stepmother, beginning with psychological torment and eventually escalating to physical violence when she was intoxicated. At age nine, Des felt compelled to intervene to protect his younger brothers from her brutality. Despite his fear, he stood his ground, motivated by his mother having taught him never to strike a woman, and endured years of abuse, often on a nightly basis. Des has agonizing memories of near-miss assaults, hospitalization after brutal attacks, and his father's inexplicable inaction. At fifteen, he finally reached a breaking point and left home, embarking on a journey of homelessness and self-reliance, determined to carve out a new, more stable life for himself. Fish and Chips Being homeless, Des turned to a family friend who owned a fish and chips shop for a lifeline. His journey into the world of hospitality began in that fish and chips shop, peeling countless bags of potatoes each day. Things eventually shifted when Des embarked on a journey to expand his horizons. He opened the first video shop in his town and diversified into other businesses like butcher shops and convenience stores. At 17, Des managed all the properties, gaining valuable experience and business acumen. Despite his young age and being challenged with dyslexia, he thrived in the business world, soaking up knowledge and skills. From Trauma to Entrepreneurship Des's life took an unexpected turn when he faced a traumatic incident, suffering a violent assault. Despite his size and self-perceived toughness, the ordeal left him shattered. Then, he ventured into a food caravan business, and on the very first day, a car accident destroyed his business and left him homeless again. That setback failed to deter him, and he managed to secure a job at Wimpy Burgers. That marked the start of a journey that would eventually lead him into corporate enterprise. The Power of Education and Resilience Despite a lack of formal education and challenges along the way, Des's thirst for knowledge was unquenchable, and he sought to pursue an MBA. However, the academic world questioned his suitability due to his unconventional background. Undeterred, Des devised a plan and presented himself to the decision-makers. He undertook aptitude tests, and within two years, he earned his MBA and became passionate about continuous learning. Relocating From the UK to the USA Des's dream of relocating to the United States eventually came to fruition when his wife secured a prominent position at PepsiCo. The immigration process was fraught with hurdles, but his determination saw him through, and the move laid the foundation for his subsequent endeavors within corporate America. A Cascade of Adversity Des's life took a harrowing turn when his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, his son battled depression after suffering concussions from sports injuries, and Des received his own diagnosis of prostate cancer. In an effort to maintain his image as the rock of the family, he kept his illness hidden and tried to manage everything alone. Infidelity While grappling with pain, and struggling to cope with overwhelming stress, Des succumbed to temptation and engaged in infidelity. That episode left him deeply ashamed because he knows that he should have sought help and taken a sabbatical from his responsibilities instead of allowing his ego to prevent him from doing so. The Infamous Video and Cancel Culture Des's life took a dramatic turn when a video clip from an elevator surveillance camera, showing him disciplining a dog, surfaced on Twitter. Even though the video was taken out of context, an avalanche of online hatred descended upon him, with thousands of people demanding his firing, threatening his family, and even physically attacking his son. A Police Raid The police, prompted by the video, raided Des's apartment in Vancouver and launched an investigation. Although he did not get mistreated physically during the raid, the situation intensified his trauma, and the online harassment continued relentlessly, targeting his family and making Des feel besieged and vulnerable. A Conversation with the Board: The Resilience of a Leader Des's leadership journey took an unexpected turn when the board had a change of heart after initially expressing their support following the social media incident and asked for his resignation within 24 hours. The Power of Cancel Culture Cancel culture is a formidable force that plays a pivotal role when social media trolls amplify negative stories and target individuals with a track record of philanthropy and good deeds. Some corporate leaders lack courage when facing such situations. Social media platforms have become very powerful in shaping public opinion, often without a proper understanding of the person behind the headlines. Embracing Hope and Resilience Des's current status in life bears testimony to his resilience and determination. His sons have embarked on successful careers, his wife has fully recovered, and his current plans include launching a podcast and writing a second book. Despite his past challenges, he remains optimistic about the future and the possibility of returning to a leadership role in the corporate world. Connect with Eric On LinkedIn On Facebook On Instagram On Website Connect with Des Hague On LinkedIn Fifteen Minutes of Shame: How a Twitter Mob Nearly Ruined My Life
Roberta Clements is a gospel singer from Belfast who has performed on thousands of stages around the world, including local pubs/clubs, high-security prisons, and U.S. military bases during the Vietnam War. She is also a recovering alcoholic. In today's episode, we discuss: The spiritual experiences that happened while she was still in the womb Singing on top of wooden school desks at four years old How she got into showbiz Discovering alcohol at 16 years old Surviving multiple suicide attempts The unbelievable events that led to her getting sober Why people call her "the spiritual tin-opener" And how she discovered "the master's plan" for her life. Check it out. // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/roberta-clements //
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Steve Bannatyne (@steve.bannatyne)Steve Bannatyne was born and raised in Belfast during the troubles. After leaving home at 16, he studied Art and Design at Exeter College, then earned a BA in Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins. Steve's work for an environmental protection charity has led him to explore working exclusively with waste materials. Stories can be found within, and memories provoked by, the shapes, textures and visible traces of previous use of discarded materials. His work can be place specific, referencing points on the landscape, or more abstract expressions, inspired by the colours and textures of the materials themselves.TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains conversations of early death, bereavement and suicide; If you have been effected by anything you may have heard, please consider contacting groups like @myblackdog_co or Samaritans on 126123For more information on the work of Steve Bannatyne go to: https://stevebannatyne.squarespace.com/To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofartsIf you would like to promote your work, exhibition or any other creative project, please contact us at:Social Media: @ministryofartsorgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chatting With Sherri welcomes historian, broadcaster and host; Gareth Russell! I am very excited to have had the pleasure of chatting with Gareth Russell, i have watched him on TV and listened to his podcasts about history regularly. I don't think it is a secret that I am history nut so I got to ask all kinds of questions that I was curious about. We had so much fun, and I am so proud to broadcast the show. A little about Gareth; Gareth Russell is an historian and broadcaster. He is the author of "Young and Damned and Fair," "The Ship of Dreams" (A Daily Telegraph Best History Book, 2019) and "Do Let's Have Another Drink" (A Times Book of the Year, 2022). He is the host of the podcast Single Malt History and divides his time between Belfast and London. This was recorded earlier. (due to a very soar throat, my voice is a bit off in the introduction.)
A video has gone viral of a woman who enjoys her pint of Guinness...by using a spoon.The footage was filmed by a bar man at a restaurant in Belfast recently. It shows the unidentifed lone woman whipping a spoon out of her jacket and dunking the utensil into the foam head of the pint, before consuming it like a bowl of soup. But how wrong was she to do this? Daragh Curren, aka The Guinness Guru joined Sean to discuss...
S07 Bonus: STINYC Live Jam Jason MixThe Fillmore tapes have been remixed and repurposed, so in telling the tale, let's do some remixing and repurposing…Live on tape from Dublin, Belfast, The Fillmore, and The Lyceum, it's Nothing Is Real. Website: http://www.nothingisrealpod.comTwitter: @BeatlesPodFacebook Group: http://tiny.cc/NIRFBGYouTube: http://tiny.cc/NIRYT Support: http://tiny.cc/NIRsupportSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/nothing-is-real-a-beatles-podcast. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/nothing-is-real-a-beatles-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Buttman is back on the podcast and we're chatting about South African crime, the man in the iron lung and rebooting the Wizard of Oz with a Belfast slant! Patreon: www.patreon.com/slyguypodcast Modest Beer: www.modestbeer.co.uk- SLYPA15 @ check-out for 15% off your Modest purchase!
Writer and photographer Johny Pitts captures everyday experiences from Black communities around the British coast, bringing together the sights, sounds, and sofas shared from Liverpool to London, in his touring installation, Home is Not a Place. In 2021, Johny Pitts and the poet Roger Robinson set off on a journey clockwise around the British coast, to answer the question: 'What is Black Britain?' Their collaboration, Home is Not is Place, captures contemporary, everyday experiences of Blackness between Edinburgh and Belfast, Liverpool and Tilbury, where the Empire Windrush docked in 1948. Setting out from London, the multidisciplinary artist challenges the ‘Brixtonisation' of Black experiences, and binary media representations of Black excellence, or criminality. Johny shares stories of migration, how Brexit and COVID changed his perceptions of local environments, and archive albums from his own childhood in multicultural, working-class Sheffield. Flicking through shots of Yorkshire puddings and Mount Fuji, we find his travels-past in 1980s bubble-era Japan. And in his Living Room, we sit down to discuss Afropean, inspirations like James Baldwin, Paul Gilroy, and Caryl Phillips, plus his sister Chantal's pirate radio playlists, and the role of family and community in his practice. Johny Pitts: Home is Not a Place runs at The Photographers' Gallery in London until 24 September 2023. Join the Gallery this Thursday (7 September), and next, for special exhibition tours and artist talks. For more, you can read my article in gowithYamo. For more about Autograph, hear artist Ingrid Pollard's EMPIRE LINES on Carbon Slowly Turning (2022): https://pod.link/1533637675/episode/e00996c8caff991ad6da78b4d73da7e4 WITH: Johny Pitts, photographer, writer, and broadcaster from Sheffield, England. He is the curator of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) award-winning Afropean.com, and the author of Afropean: Notes from Black Europe (2021). ART: ‘Home is Not a Place, Johny Pitts and Roger Robinson (2021-Now)'. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES on Twitter: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 And Instagram: instagram.com/empirelinespodcast Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines
Welcome to the Big Rab Show Podcast. In this our 347th Episode we bring you all the goings on at the 2023 Belfast International Tattoo. This year was such a special event, with talent from all around the globe taking to the floor. Be sure to check out our social media accounts for photos and video's from the event. Thank you to all the organising team, and ofcourse to the musicians who made this event so memorable. Email – email@example.com Support us www.patreon.com/BigRabShow We have lots of amazing backstage videos, and audio recordings, exclusive interviews, episodes of Big Rab Show Plus! and loads more to share with you on there, so click support and get your hands on all this extra stuff!! We are the show for the piping folk, reflecting everything to do with the bag piping world. Feel free to message us on Facebook and on Twitter and let us know what you would like to hear on the show, as well just to let us know that you're listening. Our live show continues to broadcast live every week on Fuse FM Ballymoney on Tuesday nights 7pm-9pm (uk time) be sure to check it out. Thank you to our very kind sponsors, G1 Reeds. If you would be interested in sponsoring the show, please do get in touch. Or help support us via our Patreon page. www.thebigrabshow.com www.facebook.com/TheBigRabShow www.twitter.com/bigrabshow firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever wondered if the range of motion in your workout really influences performance? Or, if you stop training, will your hard-earned muscles actually turn into fat? Join us as we unpack these myths and more, tapping into the latest research and insights in the world of fitness and nutrition. From the importance of individualized advice to the value of squat depth and the debate on partial vs full range of motion, we leave no stone unturned. And for those who think fitness is all about pumping iron, we also navigate the importance of humility in the industry and dispel some preconceived notions about fitness enthusiasts.Think training is a solo journey? We beg to differ. In fact, we've turned our own coaching journey into a thrilling weekly competition, complete with stats, progress photos, and a voting system. Hear about the excitement, the challenges, and the surprising lessons learned along the way. Our very own Ben also shares his enthusiasm for his upcoming Belfast event and how it's set to redefine attendees' training intentions. In our final journey, we dive headfirst into the complexity of weight loss, and the revolutionary work of Moderna and Wagovi in this field. Discover the importance of resistance training for longevity and the role of weight lifting in preventing muscle loss. Should you stretch or not stretch before a workout? We've got the answers. We also dispel the myth that women will get too big and bulky if they lift weights. So, tune in for a hearty discussion on everything fitness, longevity, and breaking misconceptions. Join us as we uncover valuable insights and redefine what it means to be fit!Doors reopened: Book your call with Ben todayWhere to find usWe Hack Health: TwitterWe Hack Health: InstagramWe Hack Health: DiscordNew merch now live - v3. - Use - WEHACKHEALTH10 for 10% offSupport the show
It was August 23 in Belfast's Black Box & the theme was One Summer: first timer Clare O'Connor took us to the shark-infested Foyle; Richard O'Leary took us to the grandest bed in France; Fiona Molloy took us to a sticky London & an encounter on the Tube. Paul is your host. Tenx9 is a live storytelling event where nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own life on a particular theme. It began in Belfast in 2011 in the Black Box, started by Pádraig Ó Tuama & Paul Doran. You'll find all the upcoming dates at tenx9.com/events, our guidelines at tenx9.com/guidelines & you can submit your stories at tenx9.com/submissions.
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Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the latest PDC ProTour weekend! The boys reflect on Gerwyn Price's title-winning double in Germany and assess his major hopes heading into the busy end of the season, as well as discuss Josh Rock's run to the final on Saturday. Alex and Burton also give their thoughts on Fallon Sherrock's latest slice of darts history, throwing the first televised nine darter by a female player in the Modus League, and also look at the odds for the World Seniors Matchplay this weekend. Josh Rock (15:54) sits down with us at Darts Corner's HQ to look back on his whirlwind first 18 months on the PDC tour. Josh chats about his debut season last year, that nine darter at the Grand Slam, being presented with the Young Player and Newcomer of the Year awards at the Premier League night in Belfast, as well as outline his goals for the rest of 2023. Darryl Pilgrim (43:40) calls in to reflect on an impressive August on the oche, which included winning his first PDC title on the Challenge Tour, throwing a nine darter on the Modus League, as well as back-to-back 118 and 122 averages, and reaching the quarter-finals in Sunday's Players Championship. *** This podcast is brought to you in association with Darts Corner - the number one online darts retailer! Darts Corner offers the widest selection of darts products from over 30 different manufacturers. Check out Darts Corner here: UK site US site Netherlands site *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email email@example.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Connor Ellis, Bill Richards, Scott Hunt
Jack McGarry is the Founder/Owner/Managing partner at The Dead Rabbit in Manhattan. Jack got his start in a bar in Ireland at the age of 14. He has been a barman ever since. From '06-'09 he worked in the famed The Merchant in Belfast, where he grew the most as a bar professional. He and his team won several awards there, and he eventually realized he needed to take his skills to the states. He opened The Dead Rabbit in NYC in 2012 and he is currently opening/planning to open other locations in major cities across the US. Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and get your first 30 days on me! Connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote/mantra: "Comparison is the thief of joy." Today's sponsor: Reachify - Reachify allows your restaurant to focus on the food, and not the phone. Get employees off the phone so they can attend to food production and dine-in guests. With Reachify's phone automation platform, guests calling in receive one-click access to the actions they need through the power of instant text messages. Whether it be online orders, reservations, catering, directions, or more, Reachify's flexible and powerful platform can support it all. At Popmenu, we know that in today's world, a great hospitality experience usually begins online. Keeping the conversation with guests going beyond the meal also requires simple, powerful, fun technology capable of expression through all kinds of channels. Our team takes pride in helping restaurants put their best foot forward digitally so they can focus on what they do best. We think PDF menus are super boring, we believe 3rd party platforms have had too much say in how consumers find their next dining experience and we deeply feel that sharing your beautiful menu doesn't have to be so difficult, time-consuming and expensive. As a listener of the Restaurant Unstoppable, you'll receive $100 off your first month of Popmenu! CORE: Children of Restaurant Employees is a national non-profit and direct provider that is dedicated to serving food and beverage operations employees with children. CORE provides financial relief when the restaurant employee, their partner, or child faces a life-altering medical crisis, injury, death, or natural disaster. To learn more about how CORE helps, and how you and your company can get involved in their important mission, visit www.COREgives.org. Restaurant Systems Pro - Join the 60-day Restaurant Systems Pro FREE TRAINING. This is something that has never been done before. This 60-day event is at no cost to you, but it is not for everyone. Fred Langley, CEO of Restaurant Systems Pro, will lead a group of restaurateurs through the Restaurant Systems Pro software and set up the systems for your restaurant. During the 60 days, Fred will walk you through the Restaurant Systems Pro Process and help you crush the following goals: Recipe Costing Cards; Guidance in your books for accounting; Cash controls; Sales Forecasting(With Accuracy); Checklists; Budgeting for the entire year; Scheduling for profit; More butts in seats and more… Click Here to learn more. Contact: Website Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening!
Hello, hello, hello!This week Sarah Jane talks about the harrowing case of the death of Noah Donohoe. 14 year old Noah died in 2020 under extremely strange circumstances. His body was later found in a storm drain in Belfast.Noah's mother Fiona is fighting tirelessly to discover the circumstances behind her sons deathWe would just like to extend our deepest sympathies to Noah's mother and his family and friendsCase begins at 24:10Have a great week guysReferences:Vice news https://www.vice.com/en/article/v7dkgy/he-was-seen-cycling-naked-through-a-housing-estate-and-then-he-vanishedhttps://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2023/06/21/news/at_a_glance_noah_donohue_disappearance-3361581/https://youtu.be/wRWsr3giWH8?si=_MEhwomFRXCKf5l-
In this episode of Living Well with MS, Overcoming MS Medical Advisor Dr Jonathan White, who is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, welcomes Neurologist, Dr Kate Petheram, and Gynaecologist and Menopause specialist, Dr Siobhan Kirk for a round-table discussion on multiple sclerosis and menopause. Watch this episode on YouTube here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways. Questions and Timestamps: 00:34 The importance of talking about menopause and MS. 01:33 What is menopause? 04:48 What do we know about the effect of menopause on MS? 07:12 What are the symptoms somebody may experience with menopause, that a gynaecologist can help with? 08:47 What is hormone replacement therapy (HRT)? 10:17 Is HRT safe to take with disease-modifying therapies for MS? 12:31 Can blood tests diagnose menopause? 15:02 Is HRT safe for someone who has a family history of breast cancer? 16:33 Does HRT cause people to put on weight? 19:01 Should someone start HRT because they have MS? 21:58 Will supplements or dietary changes help menopause symptoms? 23:14 What about this concept of bioidentical HRT? 24:19 Do you think somebody with MS would benefit from testosterone patches? 26:40 What's the latest research we know about the impact on hormones and menopause treatment, and the outcomes? 28:15 Are hot flushes and heat sensitivity a concern for people with MS? 29:49 What is the Mirena coil and how that may be a part of HRT? 32:23 What are the side effects of progestogen? 32:55 Does early menopause (before 40) affect the rate of progression of someone's MS, either for the better or for worse? 39:26 Topical oestrogen and bladder symptoms Selected Key Takeaways: There is a lot of overlap between MS symptoms and menopause symptoms.6:42 Dr Kate Petheram: “Because of the overlap in symptoms. There are perhaps elements which are so relevant to menopause, which we can perhaps talk about as well in terms of symptoms such as hot flushes and heat intolerance, which again may exacerbate symptoms of MS. So, there may not be a biological difference, but the symptoms of menopause and perimenopause may influence and make worse MS symptoms, which is why I believe it's so important to recognise and point women in the right direction to get the right help." There is no evidence that Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) causes cancer. 15:19 Dr Siobhan Kirk: “There is no evidence that HRT causes breast cancer. But if you're taking extra hormones, and you've got abnormal cells, then the extra hormones can promote the growth of the abnormal cells. There's no increased risk of breast cancer with use of HRT under the age of 50, for earlier menopause, because you're just replacing what the uterus should be producing.” There is a lot of research taking place around the world on different aspects of living with MS including menopause. 34:12 Dr Jonathan White: “It is reassuring [for] someone living with MS to know that there is just a colossal amount of research going on around the world on all sorts of aspects of living with MS. I feel like reproductive health and women's health is getting to that place slowly. There's a really big push, I can see that in the research community and I'm glad to hear that menopause and post-reproductive health is getting it too.” Want to learn more about living a full and happy life with multiple sclerosis? Sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips. 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Bios: Dr Siobhan Kirk's Bio: Dr Siobhan Kirk is an Associate Specialist in Gynaecology and Clinical Lead for Sexual & Reproductive Health in Belfast HSC Trust. Siobhan's career She is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists and the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. She is a British Menopause Society accredited menopause specialist and trainer, based in the menopause clinic in the Mater Hospital, Belfast. She is passionate about all aspects of women's health, is on NI RCOG and FSRH committees, and is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. Dr Kate Petheram's Bio: Dr Kate Petheram is a Consultant Neurologist in Sunderland where she is currently MS lead. Kate's career background Kate studied medicine in Bristol and stayed in the southwest to do her medical training in Bristol and Exeter moving to London to do Neurology jobs at St Georges and The Royal Free. She made the move to the North East to undertake Neurology specialist training. She is a local PI for a number of observational studies. She is a member of the ABN quality committee and one of the medical advisors for the MS Society. She has recently been appointed as training programme director for the North East. Dr Jonathan White's Bio: Jonathan's Career: Dr Jonathan White went to the University of Glasgow Medical School, graduating in 2008 (MBChB). He completed a further five years of training in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (MRCOG). He works at the Causeway Hospital, Coleraine and has a special interest in early pregnancy and recurrent pregnancy loss. In April 2022, Jonathan was awarded “Doctor of the Year” at the inaugural Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Awards. He contributed to the ‘Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Handbook: Roadmap to Good Health' by writing the chapter about medication. Overcoming MS and personal life: Jonathan was diagnosed with RRMS in October 2015 and has been following the Overcoming MS Program ever since. Dr White assists Overcoming MS as a medical advisor and event facilitator. He lives on the North Coast of Northern Ireland, is married to Jenny and father to Angus and Struan. His interests include the great outdoors, cycling and running (reluctantly), reading, rugby, film, and spending time with his family.
Our latest guests on @art.wank won it!! In 2021, an arts collective, Array Collective won this prestigious prize for their installation, ‘The Druthaib's Ball'. .‘The Druthaib's Ball, new work for Turner Prize 2021, has been realised twice over. In Belfast it was a wake for the centenary of Ireland's partition in the Black Box (grassroots venue), and was attended by semi-mythological druids along with a community of artists and activists wearing hand-made costumes. At the Herbert, the event has been transformed into an immersive installation. An imagined síbín (a ‘pub without permission') hosts a film created from the Belfast event, and a TV showing Northern Ireland Screen's Digital Film Archive. A large canopy styled from banners provides a floating roof. The síbín is approached through a circle of flag poles, that references ancient Irish ceremonial sites and contemporary structures, and is illuminated by a dawn-to-dusk light. Array invite us into a place of contradictions where trauma, dark humour, frustration, and release coexist. It is a place to gather outside the sectarian divides that have dominated the collective memory of the North of Ireland for the last hundred years.' .We had a wonderful time chatting over zoom to two of Arrays members Sighle Bhreathnach-Cashell and Stephen Millar. Thanks for your time!
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Dameon Preistly (@dameon_priestly_artist)Dameon Preistly's work focuses on times and events of social and cultural change, often set in an historical context, but with direct relevance to the present.These stories are intensively researched and results in works with a strong narrative and an emphasis on the people involved in the unfolding dramas.The motivation behind his work is directly related to his childhood growing up in 1970s Belfast. History, culture, politics and social injustice have interested me since an early age. In tandem with his personal work, he also regularly undertake private commissions, including portraits. Dameon has sold extensively nationally and internationally. He now lives and works in Rochester, UK.For more information on the work of Dameon Preistly go tohttps://www.dameon.co.ukTo Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofartsFor full line up of confirmed artists go to https://www.ministryofarts.orgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial Media: @ministryofartsorg Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pat Scott told this funny & chilling tale of hitching in France when the theme was One Summer. It was August 23 in the Black Box. There is mild sexual threat. Tenx9 is a live storytelling event where nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own life on a particular theme. It began in Belfast in 2011 in the Black Box, started by Pádraig Ó Tuama & Paul Doran. You'll find all the upcoming dates at tenx9.com/events, our guidelines at tenx9.com/guidelines & you can submit your stories at tenx9.com/submissions.
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, and its site has been occupied since the Bronze Age. It's been a major port since the 19th century, and the Harland & Wolff shipyard built RMS Titanic here. It's a city of much history, so it comes as no surprise that there are plenty of ghost stories linked with Belfast. Haunted prisons, railway stations, private homes, even roads - Belfast has the lot. So let's explore some of these Belfast ghost stories - and a particularly weird experience at one of its Bronze Age sites - in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore! Find the images and references on the blog post: https://www.icysedgwick.com/belfast-ghost-stories/ Modern Fairy Sightings episode with Bethan Briggs-Miller: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/ep-66-guest-host-takeover-2-icy-sedgwick-bethan-briggs/id1539352369?i=1000625051781 [UK ONLY] Pre-order Rebel Folklore with a 20% discount with code REBEL20 until 6 September: https://www.waterstones.com/book/rebel-folklore/icy-sedgwick/melissa-jarram/9780241623008 Pre-recorded illustrated talks: https://fabulousfolkloreschool.ezycourse.com/all-products?category=1035 Get your free guide to home protection the folklore way here: https://www.icysedgwick.com/fab-folklore/ Become a member of the Fabulous Folklore Family for bonus episodes and articles at https://patreon.com/bePatron?u=2380595 Enjoyed this episode and want to show your appreciation? Buy Icy a coffee to say 'thanks' at: https://ko-fi.com/icysedgwick Request an episode: https://forms.gle/gqG7xQNLfbMg1mDv7 Get extra snippets of folklore on Instagram at https://instagram.com/icysedgwick 'Like' Fabulous Folklore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fabulousfolklore/ Find Icy on BlueSky: https://bsky.app/profile/icysedgwick.bsky.social Tweet Icy at https://twitter.com/IcySedgwick
In this week's programme – do you ever wonder where all those bunches of flowers in the supermarket come from? David travels to a family business in Armagh which grows and imports flowers for retailers across Ireland and the UK. With a major public transport scheme underway in Belfast, the programme finds out how horticulture was put front and centre during the Crossrail project in London and a visit to a former Abbey near Enniskillen where a secret garden full of usual plants has been nurtured by Noel Crane for the last 4 decades. Brendan Little will join David in studio for live questions. email@example.com
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Titanic-Heimat (und -Pilgerstätte), historische Pubs, hochmoderne Restaurants, direkt am Meer gelegen und irisch grün - Belfast ist einmalig. Schnuckelig und doch Metropole, uralt und doch blutjung, Musik an jeder Ecke und mit den vielleicht liebsten Menschen der Welt, die hier leben. Ihr wollt Weltruhm? Besichtigt den Hafen und das Museum des legendärsten Schiffes dieses Planeten. Ihr wollt schlemmen? Von gegrilltem Chicorée mit Kaffee (!) über Pub-Pommes bis hin zu süßen Scones mit Tee gibt es alles. Ihr wollt Geschichte? Hier gibt es Jahrtausende davon; auch die jüngere samt ihrer beigelegten Konflikte und was daraus wurde: eine moderne Stadt im Aufbruch, in klassischem Setting, mit soooooo viel zu entdecken. Belfast, du bist zu 100% Reisen Reisen! Und in dieser Folge verneigen wir uns vor dir.Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Tourism Ireland.Partner dieser Folge:The Generation Forest - Travel the world, invest in it: Mit Deinem Anteil am Projekt „The Generation Forest“ investierst Du in ganzheitlichen Klima- und Naturschutz. Durch das Projekt werden Generationenwälder geschaffen, die für immer bestehen bleiben sollen - über Generationen hinweg und in Generationen. Mit Deinem Investment in das Projekt kannst Du Deine Reisen kompensieren und erhältst einen jährlichen Wertezuwachs von 4,5%. https://thegenerationforest.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
David Keenan turned from music journalism to writing relatively late in his career - but did something unusual with his first book. After completing it, David Keenan fulfilled a vow he'd made to himself - and destroyed it. Not just by pushing delete - he took a hammer to his laptop. That was, he says, when the writing truly began. His award-winning debut novel, This is Memorial Device is set in the post-punk scene in his hometown of Airdrie in Scotland, based on a fictional band that has its own legion of fans in real life - and even a beer named after it. His second novel For the Good Times, set during the Troubles and influenced by his father and uncles' experiences in Belfast, made the Booker long-list. He quickly followed that with Xstabeth, Monument Maker and Industry of Magic and Light. Music trips through all his work - as it turns out, he has a real passion for New Zealand music - citing The Dead C as one of his favourite bands. He's in New Zealand for three events at Christchurch's WORD festival, which began on Wednesday and runs through the weekend.
Mags D from Belfast is speaking at the Broken Elevator zoom meeting on the topic of - If we expect to live long and happy in this world. This meeting was recorded in the beginning of August 2023. We have featured Mags twice before on the podcast, she always delivers a solid message. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate AA Events: I just added a number of new events to the calendar so if you will be in Arizona, California, New Zealand, Australia, Washington, or Las Vegas take a look. AA Event List: https://scast.us/events If you have an AA roundup, retreat, convention or workshop coming up, we would be happy to give you a shout out here on the podcast and list the event on the Sober Cast website. Visit the link above and look for "Submit Your Event" in the blue box. Sober Cast has 2300+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search. https://sobercast.com
opisO Irlandii Północnej z autorką książki "Belfast.99 ścian pokoju" Aleksandrą Łojek rozmawia Izabela Szymonik. 00:00 Wstęp 01:40 Definicje związane z Irlandią Północną: republikanie, unioniści, katolicy i protestanci, Ulster 06:20 Dlaczego Irlandia jest podzielona? 22:50 Kultura konfliktu 26:20 Instytucjonalne rozwiązania konfliktu 29:02 Obcokrajowcy w środku sporu 31:15 Jakie znaczenie ma religia w konflikcie 33:30 Nowa IRA 38:40 Problem narkotykowy 40:28 Policja 44:00 Organizacje unionistów 47:07 Jak karzą organizacje terrorystyczne? 56:40 Oranżyści 1:00:00 Palenie flag 1:03:24 Krajobraz polityczny Irlandii Północnej 1:08:00 Partie i terroryści 1:11:37 Relacje Republiki Irlandii z Wielką Brytanią i Irlandią Północną 1:17:00 Stosunki etniczne w Irlandii Północnej 1:19:30 Granica po Brexicie 1:21:20 Jaki jest dziś Belfast?
Brought up in 1970s Belfast during the Troubles, Chris planned for years to escape Northern Ireland and ride a motorcycle to Australia. But the Iranian revolution closed the road east and he spent the next two years traveling the world on trains, planes, bikes and yachts. After blasting through blizzards in the Austrian Alps, he found himself trapped in Israel, then in Syria and Jordan, being held up by local Militia with machine guns. For more, go to http://chrisdonaldson.world/
Stephen Gillen is a successful entrepreneur, author and the co-founder of award-winning international media, branding and TV company Roar Media Creative Studios. Having grown up in 1970s Belfast amid violence, unrest and trauma, he was sent back to England before being groomed into a life of crime, going to a detention centre for the first time at 14. In his early 20s he received a 17-year sentence, eventually serving 12, as one of the UK's most dangerous offenders. Having hit rock bottom, he decided to change his mindset to manage his behavioural, anger and violence issues. Here, he joins Charlotte Collins to talk about how he turned his life around and why his story can be a source of inspiration…To get exclusive tickets to Stephen Gillen's tour event in Kingston on 2nd September, click the link below: https://www.stargazeentertainment.co.uk/upcoming-events/reformed-gangster-stephen-gillen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Davey, a kindly, under-confident fella, stumbles across 72-year-old May waiting at a bus stop outside of her nursing home. Suffering from Alzheimer's, May believes she is her 24-year-old self needing to get to Belfast to redress a past mistake involving her sister. When Brian, a healthcare assistant at the nursing home, informs Davey that the bus stop is fake, set up to catch escapee residents, they band together to try to get May back inside without causing too much damage to her... or themselves. Meet the Artists: https://deanproductionstheatre.com/at-a-stop-episode/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dptc/support
Belfast, Ibiza and an 83-year-old victim.#ad X-Sense is an innovative company providing home safety products, including cutting-edge smoke detectors, carbon monoxide alarms, and other smart home security systems designed to keep you and your loved ones safe 24/7. With easy-to-install devices and smart technology, you'll have peace of mind knowing that X-Sense is always on guard. Protect what matters most with X-Sense.Visit X-Sense's homepage or Amazon Store. We will be running a competition to win a Wi-Fi Water Leak Detector so keep your eyes and ears out for that in the coming weeks.Support Wrong Term Memory on PatreonProduced by Jack Shaw and Colin McMillan
For the first time since 2019, tenx9 was back in Bangor for stories on the theme Proud: Helen Killick commits a small act of rebellion; Campbell Killick gets life lessons on the bins; Ann-Marie Foster discovers Charlie's bits n pieces. Paul makes a Santa-related apology. We were in the amazing new venue in Bangor, the Courthouse. Thanks for having us. Tenx9 is a live storytelling event where nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own life on a particular theme. It began in Belfast in 2011 in the Black Box, started by Pádraig Ó Tuama & Paul Doran. You'll find all the upcoming dates at tenx9.com/events, our guidelines at tenx9.com/guidelines & you can submit your stories at tenx9.com/submissions.
durée : 00:58:48 - Les Accords qui ont changé le monde - par : Jean-Marc Four - L'accord du Vendredi saint, signé le 10 avril 1998 à Belfast, a mis fin à la guerre en Irlande du Nord. Plongée dans les coulisses des pourparlers avec Monica McWilliams, l'une des deux femmes à y avoir participé, et Gerry Adams, l'incarnation du combat des nationalistes catholiques irlandais. - invités : Monica Mc William Ex-cheffe négociatrice de la coalition des femmes lors des discussions ayant abouti à l'accord de paix conclu en Irlande du Nord, le 10 avril 1998. ; Gerry Adams Homme politique nord-irlandais, ancien leader du Sinn Fein
Seamus Kearney is a former IRA volunteer who grew up in sectarian Belfast and came of age as the Troubles were building up.He spoke to me about experiencing anti-catholic discrimination including having to change his first name while working his first job as well as seeing his area attacked by a sectarian mob after being abandoned by Army and RUC.Seamus described his rise through the ranks in the IRA from the youth wing to being in an active service unit during one of Northern Ireland's bloodiest decades. PART 2 COMING SOON 00:00 Growing up in sectarian N.I 17:23 Seeing his area attacked by sectarian mobs 35:18 Bloody Sunday 1972 & joining the junior wing of the IRA
Hey guys, This is the recording from the biggest solo show of my career so far, at the incredible Custom House Square Belfast, in front of over 3,500 people. I spent months preparing and planning for this show, and I wanted to play a set that was specifically aimed towards the city of Belfast. It's a mixture of new and old, and contains a lot of tunes that have inspired me ever since I fell in love with dance music in the early 90's, but in a more modern style. I also made a very special track to close out the event. Thanks again to everybody that was there on the night and I hope you enjoy the set. Bryan Kearney Open To Close LIVE @ Custom House Square Belfast, August 2023 Freefall - Skydive (Trance Wax Remix) Hayden James, Gorgon City, Nat Dunn - Foolproof The Terminator - Judgement Day (VORA Bootleg) Olivier Giacomotto - The Unknown Space Motion - Lizard Benny Benassi - Satisfaction (Arude Remix) Eelke Kleijn - Transmission (Joris Voorn Remix) Grigoré - Strange World Ninetoes - Finder (Karney's Keep On Jumpin' Edit) Tiger Stripes - Sneaking Hot Dogs Into People's Pockets Spada - Amnesia Kaufmann - In Control BBE - Seven Days And One Week (Collective States Cantina Rerub) The Shaker - Mooncat (Karney's Belfast Edit) The Drill - The Drill Niels van Gough - Pulverturm (CYA Bootleg) New Order - Blue Monday (YMC Remix) Lucas Bahr - Take CASSISM & Atlantic Ocean - Waterfall Hyperlogic - Only Me (Piero Pirupa Remix) Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives (Stuart Olejay Bootleg) Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives (Filth & Pleasure Remix) Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding - Miracle (James Hype VIP) Chicane - Offshore (Karney's Say It Right Fusion) Spoiled & Zigo - More & More (Tom Staar Remix) JX - Son Of A Gun (Luke Grogan's Beefed up Mix) Tom Staar & Kryder - Techno Tennis Tori Amos - Professional Widow (Stuart Olejay Bootleg) MOGUAI - Beatbox (Kryder Remix) Eric Prydz - Everyday (Gemellini Remix) David Morales - Needin U (Mistrix Dub) CLS - Can You Feel It (Prok & Fitch Remix) HiGate - Pitchin (Trance Wax Remix) Modea - I.D Ultra Nate - Free (Karney Remix) Mory Kante - Yeke Yeke (Belocca Bootleg) Danny Avila - Chase The Sun Key4050 & Plumb - I Love You (Karney Dark Dub) I.D - I.D Eli Brown - Be The One Energy 52 - Cafe Del Mar (Cosmic Boys Remix) Bicep - Glue (Karney Remix) John O'Callaghan & Sarah Howells - Find Yourself (Karney Dark Dub) Mix Factory - Take Me Away (Karney Remix) DJ Jedi - Dance With The Speaker N Trance - Set You Free (Karney Remix) Karney - I.D Skrillex, Fred Again, Flowdan - Rumble (Danny Avila Remix) A.S.H.A - JJ Tribute (Karney Remake / Private Vocal Mix) Meduza - Piece Of Your Heart (Ghost Rider & Ranji Remix) Ben Hemsley - Erase Me (Bryan Kearney Rework) Ben Gold - Rest Of Our Lives (Paul Webster Remix) Push - Universal Nation Strike - U Sure Do (Tony De Vit Remix) Signum - What Ya Got 4 Me Gareth Emery feat. Bo Bruce - U (Bryan Kearney Remix) Bryan Kearney & Out of the Dust feat. Plumb - Take This Tony De Vit - The Dawn (Snejider Remix) Bryan Kearney & Bo Bruce - Shine A Light Travel - Bulgarian (Paul Maddox Remix) Camisra - Let Me Show You Johnny Shaker - Pearl River (Karney Remix) Bryan Kearney & Plumb - All Over Again Bryan Kearney vs Freya Ridings - Lost Without Kaia (Bryan Kearney Mash-Up) Sunlounger feat Zara Taylor - Lost (Will Atkinson Remix) Will Atkinson - The Last Rave on Earth Key4050 & Plumb - I Love You Nothing Compares 2 Airwave (Bryan Kearney's Belfast Finale)
10 ways you can use video on LinkedIn as content. Video is a fantastic way to connect with your audience. Here at Louise Brogan Ltd, we work with our clients to create pillar video content that can be shared across different platforms. Our focus is on LinkedIn, but the video can also be uploaded onto YouTube, your website and through your company newsletter. How do you come up with ideas on what to put in your video? We have that sorted for you. Our team will put together a strategic plan to help you create video content that will attract your ideal clients, and even new employees. To help you get started we have a few ideas to share on the podcast today. To find out more about how we can help, book a call here www.louisebrogan.com/inquiry To book your place on our LinkedIn and YouTube workshop in Belfast, sign up here
The Non-Prophets, Episode 22.32.2 featuring Phoebe Rose, Dr. Ben, Scott Dickie and Helen GreeneBelfast street preacher who said gays are ‘out to rape our children and country' complains of being ‘vilified', Barry Duke, the Angry Atheist, August 2, 2023 https://the-angry-atheist.com/2023/08/02/belfast-street-preacher-who-said-gays-are-out-to-rape-our-children-and-country-complains-of-being-vilified/
This week the fellas are in for a riveting conversation with Stephen Gillen, once the UK's most notorious ex-mobster turned CEO and transformational pioneer. Born amid Belfast's turmoil in 1971, Stephen's life spiraled into crime after grieving the loss of a loved one. He weathered brutal institutions and a 17-year prison sentence, earning the label of a dangerous prisoner. Determined to change, he tackled behavioral issues, addiction, and poverty head-on. Today, as CEO of Roar Media Creative, he's a global entrepreneur, media personality, and writer. Stephen's journey from darkness to light reveals the resilience of the human spirit, offering inspiration and insights into radical personal transformation. Don't miss his compelling story of redemption, triumph, and the power of rewriting one's own narrative. Be sure to check out Stephen's website to stay up to date with his upcoming UK Tour: https://stephengillen.com/ Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN
With the release of HEART OF STONE, we're revisiting our 2022 chat with Jamie Dornan! Enjoy this career chat, from his beginnings alongside the likes of Eddie Redmayne and Andrew Garfield to FIFTY SHADES OF GREY to BELFAST. SUPPORT THE SHOW BY SUPPORTING OUR SPONSORS! ZocDoc -- Go to ZocDoc.com/HappySad NordVPN --