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    Today with Claire Byrne
    Are proposed new health warnings on alcohol labels a step too far?

    Today with Claire Byrne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 10:22


    Prof Frank Murray is a Consultant Hepatologist in Dublin, chairperson of Alcohol Action Ireland, Michael Healy Rae, publican and Independent TD for Kerry

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Musical that reimagines songs of Bob Dylan comes to Dublin

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:39


    Conor McPherson, playwright, discusses bringing his Tony-nominated show 'Girl from the North Country' to Ireland.

    Auf den Tag genau
    Blutige Straßenkämpfe in Dublin

    Auf den Tag genau

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:29


    Auch am fünfte Tag nach dem Attentat auf Walther Rathenau stand die Republik unverändert unter Schock, aber die Welt drehte sich weiter und produzierte anderswo natürlich längst wieder neue und nicht selten gleichfalls blutige Nachrichten, von denen einige ihren Weg auch wieder in die Berliner Presse fanden. Das Berliner Tageblatt blickt am 29. Juni 1922 mal wieder nach Dublin, wo der irische Widerstand gegen die britische Herrschaft 1921 zum sogenannten Anglo-Irischen Vertrag geführt hatte. Irland bzw., präziser, seine südlichen fünf Sechstel waren darin zum Irischen Freistaat erklärt, dem dort, zwar unter dem Dach des British Empire verbleibend, weitgehende politische Selbstbestimmungsrechte zugestanden wurden. Statt zum Frieden führte seine Ratifizierung indes direkt in den Irischen Bürgerkrieg. Über dessen Entwicklung im Sommer 1922 informiert uns Paula Leu.

    Best Possible Taste with Sharon Noonan

    In this episode of Best Possible Taste we travel to Taste of Dublin 2022 to hear a recording from the Food for Thought Theatre where host Dee Laffan was talking to Michelin Star chef, Jp McMahon, and Best Possible Taste producer/presenter, Sharon Noonan, about food nostalgia. We also meet Anna and Orla Snook O'Carroll who founded the award winning Valentia Island Vermouth in 2021.

    Causes Or Cures
    How the Food Industry Influences Public Health Policy & Nutritional Guidelines, with Dr. Melissa Mialon

    Causes Or Cures

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 59:00


    In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Melissa Mialon about how the food industry influences public health policy and nutritional guidelines. She will describe the many characters of the food industry, what corporate political activity is and how they use it to influence health policy and nutritional guidelines, food labels, conflicts of interests involving decisionmakers of important nutritional guidelines, how the industry biases the scientific evidence base and what we can do to make sure the system is not biased towards food industry interests and profits. Dr. Mialon is a food engineer, a Research Assitant Professor at Trinity College, Dublin and an honorary Research Fellow at the University of San Paulo in Brazil. She is also an independent consultant currently working in France. She works for many health and consumer organizations, including the WHO, Blommberg Philanthropies and the Ministry of Health Ghana and is the co-cordinator of the Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interestin Public Health. She is highly published in the area of how the food industry influences health policy in numerous countries and is the author of a recent book, Big Food and CIE.  You can learn more about her and read her publications on her website here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here!

    Medical Spa Insider
    Member Spotlight: Jill Hawkins, Donaldson Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Solutions

    Medical Spa Insider

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:00


    Note: Episode may include explicit language.   In another episode of Medical Spa Insider's Member Spotlight miniseries, AmSpa's membership relationship development specialist, Michela Bailey, speaks with Jill Hawkins, aesthetic experience director at Donaldson Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Solutions in Dublin, Ohio. Their conversation covers some of the nitty-gritty details of working in the aesthetic industry, including: How she heard about AmSpa and why she decided to join; Her journey from salon to medical spa; Who she is inspired by on social media; The importance of self-care and a skin routine; Her favorite providers; And much, much more!

    Highlights from Moncrieff
    Dublin's New Lord Mayor

    Highlights from Moncrieff

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 13:23


    Last night, Dublin got its new Lord Mayor. Caroline Conroy, joined Sean to discuss her delight at the election result and her political career.

    The Southern Star
    Episode 186: Darragh McElhinney claims 5,000m gold | Cork v Dublin review | Tim Buckley on Carbery v Beara

    The Southern Star

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:01


    On this week's show we're joined by Ireland's new national 5,000m champion, Glengarriff's Darragh McElhinney.Darragh was the star of the show at the 150th National Track and Field championships in Santry at the weekend as he stormed to victory in a time of 13.53.84.Later on the show we're chatting to Carbery's divisional football manager Tim Buckley ahead of their big West Cork derby against Beara on Thursday evening.But before we chat to Darragh and Tim we're looking back on Cork's defeat to Dublin in the All-Ireland quarter final last Saturday.***The Star Sport Podcast is brought to you in association with Access Credit Union.Access Credit Union now offers Cultivate Farm Finance and is ready to support local farmers.With a Cultivate loan, farmers in West Cork can benefit from the local decision making and personal service offered by their Credit Union.To find out more go to www.accesscu.ie/cultivate or call on (028) 21883

    Tipp FM Radio
    The Irish Civil War broke out on this day 100 years ago

    Tipp FM Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 16:32


    The Irish civil war broke out 100 years ago with the eruption of violence in central Dublin. A split among republicans over the Anglo-Irish Treaty, signed with the London government six months earlier, led to fighting within Ireland. On 28th June 1922 the dispute came to a head at Dublin's judicial headquarters, known as the Four Courts. Historian Niamh Hassett joined Fran on the show.

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    4 Enterprise Ireland Supported Companies Secure €23m in EIC Accelerator Call

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:40


    The European Commission has released evaluation results showing that four Enterprise Ireland-backed companies have been recommended for €23m funding from the March 2022 call of the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator Programme. The EIC Accelerator Programme provides transformational funding to high-potential, high-risk start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs led by a strong, well-balanced leadership team which are already making good progress in commercialising highly differentiated, deep tech products capable of creating new markets or disrupting existing ones. Part of the EU's Horizon Europe 2021-2027 Research and Innovation Programme, the EIC Accelerator Programme provides grant funding of up to €2.5 million combined with an equity investment ranging from €0.5 to €15 million in a blended finance offer. There are usually a number of all sector calls and parallel challenge or thematic-based calls per year. This was the most competitive EIC Accelerator call to date with 74 companies from 18 European countries selected by panels of experienced investors and entrepreneurs to receive €382 million in funding. There was a total of 1,093 applicants, 266 of which were shortlisted for the interview phase. The call had a 7% success rate. In this funding round, Ireland ranked fifth with only start-ups and SMEs from Germany, France, Finland, and the Netherlands ranked above Ireland based on the value of funding recommended in this EIC round. The four successful Irish companies are InVera Medical and Loci Orthopaedics, both based in Galway, Selio Medical based in Dublin and Ovagen, based in Mayo. All are High Potential Start-Ups (HPSU) or sector clients of Enterprise Ireland. InVera Medical, Loci Orthopaedics and Selio Medical are 3rd level spin-outs that were previously supported by Enterprise Ireland's Commercialisation Fund and the BioInnovate Ireland Programme, which Enterprise Ireland also supports and works closely with. Welcoming the success of these four Irish companies, Enterprise Ireland CEO, Leo Clancy, said, “This is a great achievement by the four companies involved. Our EIC Accelerator activities align very well with the ambitions we've laid out in our new three-year strategy “Leading in a Changing world” is that Ireland is a world-leading location to start and scale a business and that we support our clients to access scaling finance at critical points in their company development journey. Their success is a reflection of the hands-on support they receive at different stages of their journey from our research commercialisation, EIC, HPSU and sector teams.” Following the announcement, Dr Catherine Caulfield, CEO at Ovagen said: “This grant (our second from the EIC) and equity funding will be instrumental in demonstrating the increased viral yield and other key benefits of our world's first germ-free eggs and will allow scale-up of production for our Pharmaceutical and Biotech customers. Ovagen's germ-free technology will transform the way vaccines and other Biopharmaceuticals are developed and produced. It will also ensure the security of supply and could save millions of lives each year by improving global immunisation coverage. Enterprise Ireland played a critical role in guiding our management team through the EIC process resulting in this very successful outcome.” Dr Brendan Boland, CEO at Loci Orthopaedics said: “Being awarded a combination of grant funding from the European Commission, and equity funding supported by the European Investment Bank, is a major endorsement of the huge unmet clinical need in thumb base joint arthritis that we are tackling, the product we've developed, and the company that we have founded to get that product to the patients that are most affected. The EIC Accelerator Funding will enable the company to finish clinical trials and gain regulatory clearance so we can get our new technology, literally, into the hands of those that need it most.” Stephen Cox, CEO, CEO of InVera Medical said: “T...

    Blooms & Barnacles
    Bloomsday 2022

    Blooms & Barnacles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 77:08


    Dermot and Kelly take to the streets of Dublin on Bloomsday 2022 with the goal to talk to as many people celebrating the occasion as possible. They talk to revelers at the Sandycove Martello Tower, Kennedy's Pub in Lincoln Place, outside Sweny's Pharmacy, and on Duke St. in the general vicinity of Davy Byrne's.Many, many thanks to all the delightful people that spoke to us!Sweny's Patreon helps keep this marvelous Dublin landmark alive. Please subscribe!Blooms & Barnacles Social Media:Facebook | TwitterSubscribe to Blooms & Barnacles:Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

    The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership
    TCD Podcast: Dr. Kathy O'Toole, Ep75, former Boston Police Commissioner and former Seattle Police Chief, Part 2

    The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:34


    In part 2 of our chat, we continue our chat with Kathy O'Toole. We talk about women In law enforcement, the importance of academic relationships with police agencies and the differences between policing in the US and Europe. Kathy O'Toole is an international police leader.  Starting as a patrol officer with the Boston Police Department, she rose through the ranks.     Kathy left the Boston Police for the now-defunct Metropolitan Police.  When the Mets were subsumed by the Massachusetts State Police, she became a Lieutenant Colonel. Kathy was tapped by Governor William Weld as the Secretary of Public Safety  She served as the Commissioner of the Boston Police from 2004 to 2006.She later served as Chief with the Seattle Police.   She served on the Patten Commission in Northern Ireland, which worked to reform the Royal Ulster Constabulary, creating PSNI, Police Service of Northern Ireland.  Later, she was appointed the first Chief Inspector for the Garda Inspectorate in the Republic of Ireland.   Kathy has retired and continues to provide consulting services to public and private organizations, including serving as a principal for 21 CP Solutions. A graduate of Boston College, she earned her J.D. from the New England School of Law.  Dr. O'Toole earned her Ph.D. from Trinity University of Dublin.  She resides on Cape Cod with her husband, a retired Boston Police Detective.   

    New Books in European Studies
    John Gillis, "The Fadden More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure" (Wordwell Books, 2022)

    New Books in European Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:56


    In The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure Dr. John Gillis explores the conservation, construction, and context of an early medieval psalter discovered by chance in a bog at Faddan More, Co. Tipperary in July 2006. The different facets of this find are discussed in-depth, along with the pre-existing and newly created methods, tools, and ideas from different disciplines used to reveal its secrets. Gillis shines a light on this incredibly significant manuscript – named one of the National Museum of Ireland's top ten treasures - that represents the first insular manuscript to be discovered in the past 200 years and the first from a wetland environment. The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure was published by Wordwell and National Museum of Ireland in 2022. John Gillis is Chief Manuscript Conservator in the Library Preservation and Conservation Department in Trinity College Dublin. In 1988 he established and worked as Head of Conservation in the Delmas Conservation Bindery at Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin. John has been teaching book conservation techniques and theory in Italy for over 20 years. His major achievement to date has been the conservation of the Fadden More Psalter at the National Museum of Ireland Conservation Department over a four-and-a-half year period, for which he won the Heritage Council of Ireland Conservation Award in 2010. Dr. Danica Ramsey-Brimberg is a multidisciplinary researcher, who recently graduated with her PhD in History from the University of Liverpool and is an editorial assistant for the Church Archaeology journal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

    New Books in History
    John Gillis, "The Fadden More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure" (Wordwell Books, 2022)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:56


    In The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure Dr. John Gillis explores the conservation, construction, and context of an early medieval psalter discovered by chance in a bog at Faddan More, Co. Tipperary in July 2006. The different facets of this find are discussed in-depth, along with the pre-existing and newly created methods, tools, and ideas from different disciplines used to reveal its secrets. Gillis shines a light on this incredibly significant manuscript – named one of the National Museum of Ireland's top ten treasures - that represents the first insular manuscript to be discovered in the past 200 years and the first from a wetland environment. The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure was published by Wordwell and National Museum of Ireland in 2022. John Gillis is Chief Manuscript Conservator in the Library Preservation and Conservation Department in Trinity College Dublin. In 1988 he established and worked as Head of Conservation in the Delmas Conservation Bindery at Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin. John has been teaching book conservation techniques and theory in Italy for over 20 years. His major achievement to date has been the conservation of the Fadden More Psalter at the National Museum of Ireland Conservation Department over a four-and-a-half year period, for which he won the Heritage Council of Ireland Conservation Award in 2010. Dr. Danica Ramsey-Brimberg is a multidisciplinary researcher, who recently graduated with her PhD in History from the University of Liverpool and is an editorial assistant for the Church Archaeology journal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    New Books in Archaeology
    John Gillis, "The Fadden More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure" (Wordwell Books, 2022)

    New Books in Archaeology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:56


    In The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure Dr. John Gillis explores the conservation, construction, and context of an early medieval psalter discovered by chance in a bog at Faddan More, Co. Tipperary in July 2006. The different facets of this find are discussed in-depth, along with the pre-existing and newly created methods, tools, and ideas from different disciplines used to reveal its secrets. Gillis shines a light on this incredibly significant manuscript – named one of the National Museum of Ireland's top ten treasures - that represents the first insular manuscript to be discovered in the past 200 years and the first from a wetland environment. The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure was published by Wordwell and National Museum of Ireland in 2022. John Gillis is Chief Manuscript Conservator in the Library Preservation and Conservation Department in Trinity College Dublin. In 1988 he established and worked as Head of Conservation in the Delmas Conservation Bindery at Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin. John has been teaching book conservation techniques and theory in Italy for over 20 years. His major achievement to date has been the conservation of the Fadden More Psalter at the National Museum of Ireland Conservation Department over a four-and-a-half year period, for which he won the Heritage Council of Ireland Conservation Award in 2010. Dr. Danica Ramsey-Brimberg is a multidisciplinary researcher, who recently graduated with her PhD in History from the University of Liverpool and is an editorial assistant for the Church Archaeology journal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/archaeology

    New Books in Literary Studies
    John Gillis, "The Fadden More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure" (Wordwell Books, 2022)

    New Books in Literary Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:56


    In The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure Dr. John Gillis explores the conservation, construction, and context of an early medieval psalter discovered by chance in a bog at Faddan More, Co. Tipperary in July 2006. The different facets of this find are discussed in-depth, along with the pre-existing and newly created methods, tools, and ideas from different disciplines used to reveal its secrets. Gillis shines a light on this incredibly significant manuscript – named one of the National Museum of Ireland's top ten treasures - that represents the first insular manuscript to be discovered in the past 200 years and the first from a wetland environment. The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure was published by Wordwell and National Museum of Ireland in 2022. John Gillis is Chief Manuscript Conservator in the Library Preservation and Conservation Department in Trinity College Dublin. In 1988 he established and worked as Head of Conservation in the Delmas Conservation Bindery at Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin. John has been teaching book conservation techniques and theory in Italy for over 20 years. His major achievement to date has been the conservation of the Fadden More Psalter at the National Museum of Ireland Conservation Department over a four-and-a-half year period, for which he won the Heritage Council of Ireland Conservation Award in 2010. Dr. Danica Ramsey-Brimberg is a multidisciplinary researcher, who recently graduated with her PhD in History from the University of Liverpool and is an editorial assistant for the Church Archaeology journal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

    New Books in Christian Studies
    John Gillis, "The Fadden More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure" (Wordwell Books, 2022)

    New Books in Christian Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:56


    In The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure Dr. John Gillis explores the conservation, construction, and context of an early medieval psalter discovered by chance in a bog at Faddan More, Co. Tipperary in July 2006. The different facets of this find are discussed in-depth, along with the pre-existing and newly created methods, tools, and ideas from different disciplines used to reveal its secrets. Gillis shines a light on this incredibly significant manuscript – named one of the National Museum of Ireland's top ten treasures - that represents the first insular manuscript to be discovered in the past 200 years and the first from a wetland environment. The Faddan More Psalter: The Discovery and Conservation of a Medieval Treasure was published by Wordwell and National Museum of Ireland in 2022. John Gillis is Chief Manuscript Conservator in the Library Preservation and Conservation Department in Trinity College Dublin. In 1988 he established and worked as Head of Conservation in the Delmas Conservation Bindery at Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin. John has been teaching book conservation techniques and theory in Italy for over 20 years. His major achievement to date has been the conservation of the Fadden More Psalter at the National Museum of Ireland Conservation Department over a four-and-a-half year period, for which he won the Heritage Council of Ireland Conservation Award in 2010. Dr. Danica Ramsey-Brimberg is a multidisciplinary researcher, who recently graduated with her PhD in History from the University of Liverpool and is an editorial assistant for the Church Archaeology journal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
    Should councillors be entitled to maternity leave?

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 7:35


    County councillors who become pregnant will be able to avail of maternity leave under plans expected to be signed off at Cabinet this week. Minister of State Peter Burke is expected to bring the amendments to the Local Government Act to Cabinet today after they were deferred last week. Joining Aideen to discuss this was Labour Party Councillor Joanna Tuffy and Hazel Chu, Former Lord Mayor of Dublin.

    GAA on Off The Ball
    TFP - Ep. 24: Galway-Armagh insanity, the brawl and the gouge, James Horan walks, Dublin, Kerry and Derry plough on

    GAA on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 87:46


    Welcome to Ep. 24 of The Football Pod 2.0 - James O'Donoghue and Paddy Andrews are back talking Football with Tommy Rooney. Timestamps below. (00:30) – James' makes his live radio debut in Croke Park (02:30) – The magic and insanity of Galway-Armagh (15:30) – The brawl, the gouge and what the GAA need to do. (34:50) – How Galway beat Armagh as the b-side shine. (46:00) – Derry hammer Clare, weak points flare up. (54:30) – Dublin-Kerry excitement, goal as key as Clifford and Con. (01:08:50) – James Horan leaves Mayo - his legacy and the fallout (01:21:30) – TFP Questions: Clutch frees, Sean O'Shea, Bernard Dunne in Galway. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod' feed. Brought to you in partnership with AIB - proud sponsors of the GAA Senior Football Championship. Check out #TheToughest for more. We want to hear your questions too - get in touch on twitter or instagram or email: thefootballpod@offtheball.com

    Straight Talking Mental Health
    94: Sleep (Dr. Jennifer Reid)

    Straight Talking Mental Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 86:53


    "We start to panic about our sleep, start to obsess about it, start to work really hard at it" We're straight talking sleep with Dr. Jennifer Reid MD. Jennifer is a psychiatrist in Philadelphia, we discuss the difference between insomnia and sleep deprivation and the impact of it on your physical and mental health, the impact of alcohol on our sleep quality, the use of melatonin and snoring. She shares some great advice on how to get better sleep for everyone including new mothers with babies and find out why your teenager can't get out of bed in the morning. We get an insight into Aisling's mind as she tells us about her evening habits of looking at properly porn and her sadistic joy in killing flies and find out why she has a problem with Allan being a guest on another podcast. Allan's riled at the closure of the Fountain Pen Shop in Dublin. Check out Allan live on TikTok, Sundays at 8pm. Follow us on @stmhpodcast, he will be live to answer all your mental health questions and offer any advice he can. Follow Straight Talking Mental Health on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, email hello@stmhpodcast or check out www.stmhpodcast.com About Jennifer: Dr. Jennifer Reid is a psychiatrist and award-winning educator with a practice in Philadelphia. She writes and podcasts as The Reflective Doc, sharing practical mental health information to those who may not have access to adequate care and support. She trained at Columbia University and UCLA, and is on the clinical faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. She is also a frequent guest on podcasts and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and Doximity.

    SportsDaz
    The Third Half (Tuesday, 28th June 2022)

    SportsDaz

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 62:43


    Darren Kelly and Niamh Kindlon look back at Saturday's games at MW Hire O'Moore Park, Portlaoise in the TG4 All-Ireland senior football championship. Schedule: 0:00 - Championship Round-Up 22:20 - Dublin 1-14 Mayo 0-7 43:40 - Cork 2-10 Waterford 1-5 The big names started coming to the front in the TG4 intermediate championship as the semi-finals became known; London shocked Carlow but not enough to reach the final four of the TG4 Junior championship; while Tipperary avoid the relegation play-offs with a win over Cavan. We look back at Dublin's win over Mayo in Portlaoise. Jennifer Dunne was superb with a strong supporting cast led by Caoimhe O'Connor. Dublin looked strong and hungry for victory but did Mayo believe they could get a result? Then it's Cork against Waterford. Doireann O'Sullivan led the Rebellettes to victory with 1-7 while Libby Coppinger also found the net. But the Deise put it up to them with the wind before drawing a blank in the second half, and ultimately crashed out of the championship. == THE THIRD HALF broadcasts every Monday on sportsdaz.ie, when they are LIVE matches on TV. Theme Song (c) josephmcdade.com/music #SportsDaz

    On est fait pour s'entendre
    L'INTÉGRALE - L'affaire Festina : le scandale du Tour de France

    On est fait pour s'entendre

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:37


    8 juillet 1998. La France entière est en liesse, les Bleus d'Aymé Jacquet sont venus à bout de la Croatie en demi-finale de la coupe du Monde grâce à un doublé de Lilian Thuram. Et dans trois jours, le Tour de France va démarrer à Dublin en Irlande. Cela fait 13 ans maintenant que les français attendent qu'un des leurs termine vainqueur du Tour. 13 ans après Bernard Hinault, tous les espoirs se portent sur un coureur : Richard Virenque. Mais ce 8 juillet 1998 à l'est du pays, c'est une toute autre histoire qui est en train de se jouer. Une voiture de l'équipe cycliste Festina arrive au poste frontière franco-belge de Neuville en Ferrain. À son bord, Willy Voet, soigneur de l'équipe Festina. Ecoutez Jour J avec Flavie Flament du 27 juin 2022

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI
    "Ciesz się, że masz komu gotować!" Lena Yaremchuk w IPP

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 66:53


    "Ciesz się, że masz komu gotować!" - niesamowita rozmowa z żoną pastora i rektora Seminarium Biblijnego w Irpieniu, Leną Yaremchuk podczas Konferencji @Megakościół. Zobacz dyskusję kobiet w IPP TV. #dyskusja #seminarium #ukraina Masz pytania na temat Boga, Biblii, życia chrześcijańskiego, kościoła?

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    Expleo Ireland announces 200 new jobs and plans for regional hubs

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 2:54


    Expleo, a global technology, engineering and consulting service provider, have announced 200 jobs and the opening of its first regional hub in Mahon, Co. Cork. The company is investing €10M in the expansion of its workforce, along with the establishment of a network of regional hubs as part of the investment. Expleo has been operating in Ireland for over 20 years. Working with enterprise clients to fast-track value-driving innovation, futureproof their businesses and innovate consistently at scale, the company has seen a 25% growth in Irish revenues over the last two years, spurred by widespread digitalisation across all industries. To facilitate this, and further growth, the company will grow from 800 to 1,000 employees in Ireland over the next two years. The majority of the 200 jobs will be highly skilled IT roles in disciplines including software development, DevOps, software engineering and technical engineering. The new hires will work on transformative technologies and projects such as hyperautomation, robotic process automation (RPA) and agile transformation in industries including life sciences, financial services and aviation. To support the recruitment process, and to ensure that it attracts the best talent from across Ireland, Expleo will establish a series of regional hubs that will be complementary to the company's Irish HQ in Dublin and its base in Belfast. The first office in Mahon, Co. Cork, is now open, with subsequent hubs planned for Galway and Limerick. Team members based in the hubs will be offered the same flexible working arrangements as those in the Dublin and Belfast offices, allowing them to split their time between working from home and working from Expleo's hub offices or client sites. Regular team collaboration days, meanwhile, will ensure that all new hires will feel included and part of the core Expleo team. Phil Codd, Managing Director, Expleo Ireland, said: “We're thrilled to announce our expansion plans as Expleo continues to go from strength to strength on the island of Ireland. Following extensive research of available resources and skills throughout the country, it was evident that regional hubs would provide Expleo with the additional talent and impetus we need to deliver on our ambitious growth plans. “Our new hires in Cork will have access to all the benefits our current employee base enjoys including competitive salaries, flexible working, world-class training programmes and a highly supportive working culture. We're also looking forward to expanding our national footprint further with new hubs in Galway and Limerick also expected to open this year.” See more stories here.

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast
    Dublin schools angry and upset over department claims

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:42


    We speak to principal of Scoil Bhríde Buachaillí in Blanchardstown Seamus Sullivan, and get the latest from Emma O'Kelly our Education Correspondent

    LuAnna: The Podcast
    We cannot argue with science!

    LuAnna: The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 52:33


    BE WARNED: It's LuAnna, and this podcast contains honest, upfront opinions, rants, bants and general explicit content. But you know you love it!On this week's LuAnna the Podcast: SORRY SORRY It's another pre-rec as Imo is on her way back from a weekend of long-drop loos and copious libations. We're chatting Luanna's official role in the wedding, Lu's amazing Italy trip, including a helicopter and falling asleep at the opera, we've released more Dublin tickets, Anna took Mumma Williamson to Downton and cult stuff is happening in the village. Plus, FINA bans transwomen, pooing in the sea, a telling off for Sandra from last week and licking piles. Remember, if you want to get in touch you can:Email us at luannathepodcast@gmail.com OR drop us a WhatsApp on 07745 266947

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    Tánaiste, Minister Troy Welcome European Digital Innovation Hubs' Next Stage

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:51


    The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD and the Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy TD have welcomed the announcement by the European Commission that CeADAR based in UCD, Dublin and the FactoryxChange consortium in the Midlands are one step closer to being fully approved as European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs). The European Union is investing over €700m to co-fund an EU-wide network of hubs. Each Irish hub is set to receive annual funding of €1.9m from both the EU and the Irish Government under the National Recovery and Resilience Facility. These new hubs will work with local SMEs and public sector bodies to help them ‘go digital', incorporating the benefits of digital technology in their operations, no matter what stage they are currently at. The hubs will provide help with training, research and testing and advice on funding. They will be up and running by the end of this year. Subject to the outcome of the next phase of national due diligence and evaluation, the successful Irish candidate hubs which are eligible to be co-funded under the Digital Europe Programme are: CeADAR led by Ireland's EI/IDA Technology Centre in Applied Data Analytics and Machine Intelligence (based in UCD) which will focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) transformation in SMEs and public-service organisations. FactoryxChange (FxC), a consortium led by the EI/IDA Technology Centre Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) in Mullingar, which will accelerate factories to become ‘Factories of the Future' integrating ecological, digital, and societal solutions into their core business models. Two digital innovation hubs from Ireland awarded ‘Seal of Excellence' Through the evaluation process conducted by the European Commission a further two candidate hubs from Ireland have been deemed eligible to join the EU-wide network of Digital Innovation Hubs having been awarded the Commission's ‘Seal of Excellence' for the quality of their proposals as follows: DATA2SUSTAIN, a consortium led by Atlantic Technological University, Sligo which will develop a comprehensive service programme to increase the transformation capacity and transformation speed of SMEs with a focus on circular economy, operations and sustainability areas. ENTIRE, a consortium led by Tyndall National Institute, Cork which will help SMEs in the Agriculture, Energy and Transport sectors to become more competitive in their business or production processes using digital technologies such as sensors. The Seal of Excellence is a quality label awarded by the Commission to projects which have been assessed in a call for proposals and are deemed to comply with the quality requirements of the call but could not be funded due to European Commission budgetary constraints. These projects may receive support from national sources of funding, subject to additional due diligence and evaluation at member state level. It is intended that all of the above EDIHs, which will be either co-funded or fully funded by the Government under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, will now go through the remaining evaluation, approval and contract negotiation process before their formal establishment. Welcoming the Commission's announcement, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, said on June 17 in his announcement: “How businesses interact with their customers, how citizens access public services and how we communicate and work with one another is all being transformed by digital technology. We need to make sure we are prepared for what will surely be an acceleration of this trend and that our SMEs especially, are assisted to make the most of new technology and stay ahead of the curve. We are doing this in many ways, including through direct grant funding, but these European Digital Innovation Hubs, EDIHs, will certainly be a welcome boost to the areas they are placed in and I hope all o...

    Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
    Companies may be changing their tune on letting employees work from home

    Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 10:03


    Companies may be changing their tune on letting employees work from home. James Mulhall, Managing Director at Murphy Mulhall, Commercial Property Consultancy firm, specializing in offices and investment market in Dublin joined Pat on the show this morning with more on this.

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    AstraZeneca to invest €65m in biologic manufacturing, research and development in Ireland

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:02


    Alexion, AstraZeneca's Rare Disease group, today announced a €65 million investment in new and enhanced capabilities across its sites in College Park, Blanchardstown and Monksland Industrial Park, Athlone. The programme will centre on three investments: the installation of new drug substance production equipment and warehousing facilities to support ambient and cold storage at both sites in College Park and Athlone; and the construction of a Manufacturing Sciences & Technology Lab at College Park. The equipment and warehouse facility in each site will expand Alexion's drug substance production capabilities in Ireland. The Alexion Manufacturing Sciences & Technology Lab at College Park will facilitate the scaling up of biologics drug substance manufacturing in Ireland. This development programme in Ireland follows last year's announcement to build a next-generation active pharmaceutical ingredient facility at AstraZeneca's College Park campus. Marc Dunoyer, Chief Executive Officer, Alexion said “We are delighted to be further investing in our facilities in Ireland, an increasingly critical global hub for AstraZeneca operations, to support the continued growth of Alexion's portfolio of medicines and meet our needs for expansion. This investment will allow for new capabilities for AstraZeneca in Ireland and support our global ambition to accelerate the development and delivery of life-changing medicines for more people affected by rare diseases.” Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD said “This is really fantastic news and a real boost to Ireland as a global hub for life sciences. This €65m investment by Alexion, AstraZeneca's Rare Diseases group, is a testament to the talent and skills we have in Blanchardstown and Athlone, and will significantly expand the company's production capabilities here. It's also great for our research bodies and will make a major contribution to the overall expertise we have based here. I wish the teams involved the very best of luck and thank both Alexion and AstraZeneca for their commitment to Ireland.” Minister for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy TD said, “I am delighted that Alexion has announced further investment in its Dublin and Athlone sites. This news further cements Ireland's reputation as a global centre of excellence for life sciences. I am particularly delighted to see continued investment in Athlone, and further endorses the midlands as an excellent place to invest, work and live.” Martin Shanahan, CEO IDA Ireland said, “Ireland's ambition is to be at the forefront of driving the future of biopharma. Today's announcement to continue to increase Alexion capabilities in Ireland further demonstrates the company's commitment to the rich life science ecosystem Ireland has to offer. The future of biopharmaceuticals lies in R&D and manufacturing opportunities, growth in advanced therapeutics, building employment opportunities in specialised roles and a commitment to a patient-centric, partnership approach.” More about Irish Tech News Irish Tech News are Ireland's No. 1 Online Tech Publication and often Ireland's No.1 Tech Podcast too. You can find hundreds of fantastic previous episodes and subscribe using whatever platform you like via our Anchor.fm page here: If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming Podcast email us at Simon@IrishTechNews.ie now to discuss. Irish Tech News have a range of services available to help promote your business. Why not drop us a line at Info@IrishTechNews.ie now to find out more about how we can help you reach our audience. You can also find and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat.

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
    Average price of a home in Dublin is now over 400,000 euro

    Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:42


    The average price of a home in Dublin is now €429,000, 95% above its lowest point that's according to a new report from Daft.ie Economist at Trinity College Dublin and author of the report, Ronan Lyons spoke to Newstalk Breakfast to discuss the findings of this report.

    Podcasts – Spooool.ie
    Best of 2022's first 6 months. Plus "Elvis".

    Podcasts – Spooool.ie

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 37:19


    Paraic and Nigel share 10 picks from the first half of the year, along with where your can watch them.Plus reviews of Baz Luhrman's ELVIS and JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI
    Miłość do Boga, a kościół i polityka #Pomyśldziś #1304

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 1:58


    Gavin J. Gallagher
    114. Discussing my First In Person Property Investor Meet Up

    Gavin J. Gallagher

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 34:27


    Those of you who could not make it to the Property Investor Meet Up that took place in Dublin last Saturday will be able to catch up on some of the content discussed in this episode.  Enjoy! Take the Property Investor Readiness Test https://eliteproperty.scoreapp.com/ The Elite Property Accelerator https://www.elitepropertyaccelerator.com/ Connect with and learn more about Gavin here https://www.gavinjgallagher.com Gavin also has a YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/gavinjgallagher?sub_confirmation=1 If you have any questions you'd like answered on the show please email or send a voice recording to podcast@behindthefacadepodcast.com Connect on social media @gavinjgallagher

    Grateful Roots
    Ep.126 Grateful Roots

    Grateful Roots

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:18


    Americana, Roots, Country, Folk and Acoustic music. Featured Artists . New and classic tracks.Episode includes tracks by Show of Hands, Janis Ian, Brandy Clark and Erin Rae.Also Joshua Hedley is featured.Presented by Stephen Egan in Dublin.

    On est fait pour s'entendre
    RÉCIT - Tour de France : comment l'affaire Festina a éclaboussé le monde du cyclisme

    On est fait pour s'entendre

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 2:07


    Le 8 juillet 1998, la France entière est en liesse après la victoire des Bleus. Et dans trois jours, le Tour de France va démarrer à Dublin en Irlande. Cela fait 13 ans maintenant que les français attendent qu'un des leurs termine vainqueur du Tour. Mais ce 8 juillet 1998 à l'Est du pays, c'est une toute autre histoire qui est en train de se jouer. La voiture de l'équipe cycliste Festina avec à son bord Willy Voet, soigneur, est arrêté par les douaniers. Ils trouvent un véritable arsenal pour se doper : 235 ampoules d'EPO, de l'hormone de croissance, de la testostérone, des corticoïdes, des amphétamines. Retour ce soir dans "Jour J" sur l'affaire qui a éclaboussé le monde du cyclisme. Notre invité sera Fabrice Lhomme, grand reporter au "Monde" et auteur du livre "Le procès du Tour". Ecoutez Jour J avec Flavie Flament du 27 juin 2022

    GAA on Off The Ball
    GAA Late Night: Galway derail the Armagh train, Eye-Gouge fallout, Dublin-Kerry and Derry's attack

    GAA on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 61:16


    Welcome along to another episode of GAA Late Night - the Championship phone-in show from OTB on Twitter Spaces, brought to you by Guinness 0.0 #YoursForTheTaking. This week, host Will O'Callaghan is joined by our pundits Michael Quinlivan and Sarah O'Donovan, as well as our callers to set the agenda after the GAA weekend. We want you to tune live and call in with your thoughts, it's your chance to have your say - live every Sunday from 8:30pm on Twitter Spaces. Join the space next Sunday!  GAA Late Night is brought to you in partnership with Guinness 0.0; 100% Guinness, 0% Alcohol, more social occasions off the GAA pitch are yours for the taking

    Three Castles Burning
    Sites of Memory: Gay Dublin

    Three Castles Burning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 31:41


     In Temple Bar, a plaque honours the Hirschfeld Centre. At Bow Lane East, an aging sign is all that remains of Incognito, a gay sauna that made it to the front of the international press in the early 1990s for all of the wrong reasons. Then there's Dublin Castle, a site of joy and scandal. These are just some of the many sites of memory that help us tell the story of Gay Dublin. *This episode contains some explicit language.* Support TCB: www.patreon.com/threecastlesburning

    Irish NFL Show
    An Irishman on the brink of NFL history | James McCourt interview

    Irish NFL Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 24:43


    It's been 37 years since an active Irish-born player suited up in the NFL. Now, two players have the chance in 2022 to make history. First up, we welcome James McCourt. James was born in Dublin and moved to Parkland, Florida when he was eight years old. He then attended the University of Illinois. He is currently with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted free agent. We would like to take this opportunity to wish James the very best over the next few months in his bid to create history in the league! You can follow James here: https://twitter.com/mccourtj_38?lang=en

    Irish NFL Show
    A mid off-season analysis of NFL QB's!

    Irish NFL Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 28:27


    The lads get together again in Dublin to talk about the current state of different franchises. What is going on in the AFC? Is Daniel Jones the answer in New York? Who is on the hot seat? You can follow us on Twitter @IreNFL or search Irish NFL Show on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook or YouTube. We don't stop during the off-season.

    Copperplate Podcast
    Copperplate Time 402

    Copperplate Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 91:18


                    http;//www.copperplatemailorder.com                                       Copperplate Time 402                                    Presented by Alan O'Leary                               www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band:   Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill.   After Hours 2. Le Cheile:     Seanamhach Tube Station/Jui's/The Munster Buttermilk.                Out of the West 3. Brian Hughes & Dave Sheridan:             May Bán/In Good Tenor         However Long the Day 4. Andy Irvine:   My Hearts Tonight in Ireland .  Rain on  the Roof 5. Teada:  Among Friends/HP 139/The Staten Island.   Coiscéim Col]iligh 6. Liam Kelly:  Phyll's Birthday/Patsy Hanley's/Devils of Dublin.                    Sweetwood 7. Mary McPartlan:    Ladybird.    The Holland Handkerchief 8. Sliabh Notes: The Providence/Man of the House/Speed the Plough.                       Along Blackwater's Banks 9.  Goitse:  The Trusty Messenger .   Rosc 10. Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill:    The Girl Who Broke My Heart.              Welcome Here Again 11. Altan:   The Jug of Punch.    Island Angel 12.  Kev Boyle/The Movies CB:    23RD of June      Bon Cabbage  13.  The Outside Track: Sweet Child of Mine.     Rise Up 14. Willie Clancy & Bobby Caasey:  West Wind/Sean Reid's Fancy  Folktrax 173        15. Bobby Casey:     The Drunken Gauger.   Maestro 16.Willie Clancy:   Down the Back Lane/Sergent Early's.   The Gold Ring 17. Grace Kelly:     Down at the Willie Clancy Week.     Single 18, The Bothy Band: Pipe on the Hob/Hag at the Churn.   Af ter Hours19. Joni's Soul:   Coyote   Shades of Joni20. Joni Mitchell:   In France They Kiss on Main Street.  Shadows & Light 21. Bothy Band:   Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill.   After Hours

    Dave Fanning
    Girl From The North Country with Conor McPherson

    Dave Fanning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 16:29


    Girl from the North Country is a musical written and directed by Dublin playwright and screenwriter, Conor McPherson, using the songs of Bob Dylan. Dave chats to Conor about bringing his musical to The 3Olympia this week

    ManTalks Podcast
    Figs O'Sullivan - Breaking Free Of Repeat Conflict In Relationships

    ManTalks Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 51:20


    Preaching the obvious here, but romantic relationships are complex, and WHY something becomes a conflict can be incredibly hard to map—unless you're Figs O'Sullivan. This was such an enjoyable interview. Figs brings a sense of playfulness and humor to the tough stuff, and helps open up new ways of looking at conflict in relationships, why it happens, why reoccurring arguments happen, how to move through those arguments differently. Have a listen to this alongside your partner! Figs O'Sullivan was bred and emboldened in Dublin, Ireland and immigrated to the Marin County and San Francisco area in 1994. He was drawn to psychotherapy and self-exploration to better open to, move through, and heal his own emotional pain and suffering, and the last of his family to do so. Figs' father is an experiential therapist in Ireland, his mother a social worker/probation officer, and his sister is also a psychotherapist in the Bay Area. He received a BA and MA in Economics from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland before moving to the States and working as a stockbroker, employee stock options specialist, and executive. He quit the corporate world and attended Esalen in Big Sur, immersing himself in the study of existential psychotherapies, spirituality, body-oriented/somatic modalities, and the therapeutic expressive arts such as drama and dance as ways to uncage life, access inner wisdom, and build capacities for growth and transformation. Figs went on to receive an MA in Counseling Psychology from Meridian University in Petaluma. He is also extensively studied  Gestalt Awareness Practice, Emotionally Focused Therapy (a highly effective form of marriage counseling), Imago, Collaborative Couples Therapy, Experiential Psychotherapy for Couples, Gottman's work, and more. Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today.  Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts  | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Unresolved
    Trevor Deely

    Unresolved

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 36:52


    "Hi, Glen, I've missed you there. Just on my way home, all going good. I'll talk to you tomorrow."In the early morning hours of 8 December 2000, Trevor Deely was walking back to his flat in Dublin's Ballsbridge neighborhood after attending his office's Christmas party. CCTV footage would capture 22-year-old Trevor briefly stopping by his office - the Bank of Ireland Asset Management building along Leeson Street - and then again a short time later near the Baggot Street Bridge. However, in both pieces of footage, a suspicious man in dark clothing can be seen; in the last bit of footage, he appears to be following Trevor...To view the CCTV footage, please check out the following video hosted by the Garda Press Office: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcYxruBEmFE Episode written, hosted, and produced by Micheal WhelanOriginal music created by Micheal Whelan through Amper MusicLearn more about this podcast at http://unresolved.meIf you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to https://www.patreon.com/unresolvedpod to become a Patron or Producer

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI
    Czego Bóg najbardziej nienawidzi w biznesie? #Pomyśldziś #1303

    Idź Pod Prąd NOWOŚCI

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 2:12


    GAA on Off The Ball
    With O'Callaghan Dublin are favourites for Sam | Derry's comfortable Clare victory | ROSS MUNNELLY & MANAGER REACTIONS

    GAA on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 42:38


    Laois footballer Ross Munnelly joined Will O'Callaghan for the double header of All-Ireland Football quarter finals at Croke Park, as Derry beat Clare before Dublin beat Cork at HQ. | #GAA There was also a full round of manager press conferences after each match. Rory Gallagher was happy with how his team has markedly improved since he took over at Derry, while Clare manager refused to give anything away about his future. Dessie Farrell issued an injury update on Con O'Callaghan and James McCarthy, while Cork's John Cleary revealed just how big the gap is between his side and the top teams. AIB GAA | #TheToughest

    Happy Hour Gets Weird
    Get to The Choppaaaa!

    Happy Hour Gets Weird

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 59:23


    Ron and Dorinda met in prison, fell in love, then escaped in probably the most romantic jail break of all time! Hang on people cause this story is a wild ride.Drinking a “Skip a Beet Martini” this episode. Cheers!Drink Recipe and pictures on our Instagram.Happyhourgetsweird@gmail.comInstagram @happyhourgetsweirdpodTwitter @HHGetsWeirdThank you for listening! Subscribe and don't forget to leave us a review on Apple podcasts.Sources:https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1987/05/04/flight-of-the-heart/b5337b6f-789d-48aa-8b87-d2a3f4cc5e86/https://www.thewritinghelper.com/new-post-1754/https://www.upi.com/amp/Archives/1987/07/21/Prison-lovebird-is-a-murder-suspect/9779553838400/http://www.sddt.com/News/article.cfm?SourceCode=19981022cj#.YrJPOBZlAlQhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw_zs9Q-e1Ihttps://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/CLUB-FED-Women-s-prison-in-Dublin