Welcome to Ep. 23 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - Hannah Tyrrell, Dublin Footballer and former Irish Rugby star joins the pod for an extraordinary interview about her sporting achievements and her mental health journey, which she speak so candidly about. We also get stuck into Andy Moran's apponintment - click the timestamps to head to each section, as Paddy Andrews, Andy Moran and Tommy Rooney talk Football. TIMESTAMPS and TOPICS. (00:30) – Welcome to Ep. 23 of The Football Pod - SUBSCRIBE! (01:00) – Andy Moran, Leitrim Manager - the interview. (14:00) – Proposal B vs. Status Quo, fallout in Meath Football. (34:30) – Special guest Hannah Tyrrell joins TFP: talking Sam, his big moments, making it in Melbourne and the problem with the GAA. (01:32:30) – TFP reaction. If you've been affected by any of the topics discussed in this episode or would like information - please see contact details below for Pieta House. - Website: www.pieta.ie - Text: HELP to 51444 - Phone: 01 628 2111 - Email: email@example.com Share the podcast, give us a review and rate the show if you're enjoying it. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy' - Spotify / iTunes! Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think or send in questions on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of the #GAA Fixture Task Force Conor O'Donoghue joined Ger and Eoin on OTB AM to discuss the financial implications of Option B. Offaly County Chairman Michael Duignan was also on to discuss GAA restructure options, why Option B is best for players, and express his views on what the GAA need to do from here. #OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
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The gang is officially back together again as Eoin, Ken and Murph gather around a big ol' Berlin kitchen table and record live in person like those pre-Covid days of yore. It's only bloody Synth Week Live from Berlin!! We chat to Dion Fanning and Gavin Cooney about the other cause for celebration today, Ireland's win against Azerbaijan, one which surely eases pressure on Stephen Kenny... for now at least. The win aside, the main headline from the match was the small matter of Callum Robinson's two goals, goals which led to some serious DM traffic for our football correspondent over the past two days. Plus there's Fairview Lady vs Mensch, Courtois going off script, and live show news.
A roundup of the GAA chat on Monday's OTB AM, as Tommy Rooney joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan to discuss the latest developments around Andy McEntee's future as Meath senior manager. Then, Eoin and Ger responds to the inaccuracies being reported about how many teams will compete in the Football Championship under Proposal B. #OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via Spotify via GoLoud
Welcome to Ep. 22 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - Conor McKenna, All-Ireland winner with Tyrone and the former AFL star joins the pod for a chat about his year and return to Gaelic Football, we also talk the Kildare gig and the buzz the right managerial appointment can make in a county - click the timestamps to head to each section, as Paddy Andrews, Andy Moran and Tommy Rooney talk Football. TIMESTAMPS and TOPICS. (00:30) – Welcome to Ep. 22 of The Football Pod - SUBSCRIBE! (01:00) – Managerial appointments; Kildare generate a buzz, Kerry fallout continues. (14:00) – Special guest Conor McKenna joins TFP: talking Sam, his big moments, making it in Melbourne and the problem with the GAA. (01:14:00) – TFP reaction. Share the podcast, give us a review and rate the show if you're enjoying it. Subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or in 'The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy' - Spotify / iTunes! Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think or send in questions on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Brian McAvoy, the Ulster Provincial Secretary, joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan to discuss the GAA's proposal to reform the championship structure. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
Last week we spoke with the amazing Khalida Popal, founder & former captain of the Afghan women's football team, and human rights lawyer Kat Craig, about how they got Khalida's teammates out of the country and out of the hands of the Taliban. We had an amazing reaction from world service members to this show with quite a few getting in touch to see if they could help in any way. Today, we are making the conversation free to all. If you have any feedback or think you can help please email us at email@example.com
Salah's goal was so good even Mane looked impressed. We try to unweave the rainbow of Liverpool 2-2 Man City. Miguel Delaney and Gavin Cooney join us to talk through the weekend's football. Should Salah get his contract? Did Ronaldo join the wrong Manchester club? And are there answers for City's striking problems in the Premier League beyond Harry Kane?
Mayo's Fiona McHale joined Marie to discuss the new University of Limerick Club jersey, the first-ever GAA jersey to feature the LGBTQ+ pride colours. Plus her own return to action with Mayo in the season gone by, this week's All-Star nominations, and her consistent-as-ever Carnacon teammate Cora Staunton!
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Luke Keaney discusses his transition from football to rowing after a serious hip injury left him facing major surgery and ended his GAA career. OTB AM with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
With Marie Crowe. Karl Sheppard is in studio to review and preview the Champions League games, Damian Lawlor has the latest in GAA, Lauren Magee talks AFLW and Paul McGrath gives his opinion on Ireland and Manchester Utd! Game On.
Clare footballer Podge Collins joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan on Tuesday's OTB AM to discuss the prospective changes to GAA's Senior Football Championship. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
It was a week of forgetfulness and brutal reminders. Bruno forgot to keep it down. Spurs players forgot their game plan. We all collectively forgot that Man City were the best team in the PL. Rory Smith and Dion Fanning join us to talk through the weekend action. Are Arsenal back, reaping the rewards from Giving Him Time? But then, how much time is too much? And are Leeds roadrunners running out of road?
This week on the world service we discussed Jadon Sancho's lack of impact at Man Utd, Barca's delusions, strikers in their 30's and the race to be Kerry manager and in this taster we have US Murph running scared, Lawrence Donegan's Twat Stat, and. Ken on rugby's demographic being a feature not a bug. Join for a fiver a month, with no minimum sign up, no contract, no ads just lots of independent journalism. Go to secondcaptains.com/join.
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Today kicks off with an explosive allegation: a Manchester United fan believes the media are biased against his club. We delve into this scandal to see if there's anything to it. Jack Pitt-Brooke and Mark Critchley join us to talk about the weekend's football. Did Harry Kane deserve the criticism that came his way after the defeat to Chelsea? What's the latest in Pep Guardiola's feud with the City fans? And where are we with that Solskjaer/Lampard analogy... Plus there's Roy on Kane, Ronaldo's penalty appeal hat trick, Nagelsmann guff, trouble in Paris and Jimmy Greaves memories.
Ken gets triggered, then gets happy and comedy legend Bob Mortimer tells us the time his mum finally believed he had made the right choice in leaving the legal profession. Join the world service for a fiver a month at secondcaptains.com/join.
Dermot & Dave's 'Ah Sure Lookit Wasn't That It' podcast is the perfect thing to keep you company over the weekend, whether you're out and about in the car, getting stuck into jobs at home or if you need to stick some earphones in for an hour to drown out the noise of your kids for some well deserved 'me time' (no judgement here!) [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/09/17132932/0917_Final.mp3"][/audio] Jam-packed full of all the bits you may have missed the Ah Sure Lookit Wasn't That It podcast is your one-stop shop for all things Dermot & Dave. Once again, it wasn't to be for poor Mayo. Our Cathal was at Croke Park to offer some commiserations, and of course, to send our congrats to the Tyrone team. And speaking of Cathal and GAA…remember the whole, ahem, jersey incident? Well, we've had something of an update. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Today FM 💛 (@todayfm) While we might not know who will be lifting trophies in Croker next year, there are rumours that there'll be Stetsons a plenty when Garth Brooks makes a comeback to the stadium. We heard from some excited, and some not so excited, fans of the singer. The lads debated the merits of cold beans, the benefits of a Nilfisk hoover and we heard all about Dermot's dramatic arrival into work. Plus all your fave's from Say Stuff that Suits the Music to Noni and of course, Dave's Bad Jokes…(maybe not one for Mayo fans) When Dermot takes over Dave's Bad Jokes!! 😂 To the people of Mayo... Sorry about that Sammy one 🙊 @davetodayfm @dermottodayfm pic.twitter.com/BcAdkgDGSo — Today FM 💛 (@TodayFM) September 14, 2021 You can catch all the craic by clicking play above.
Are you the person in your family that stays away from financial planning? Do numbers and financial jargon put you to sleep? If so, this is the right retirement planning series for you. This episode is the third in the Retirement Planning for Non-Planners series. In this series, I explain what you need to know without all the financial lingo so that you can understand the most important aspects of retirement planning. In this episode, Fritz Gilbert from The Retirement Manifesto blog joins me to discuss the basics of retirement planning risks. Listen in so that you can understand what to look out for in retirement planning. This is a financial jargon-free series If you aren't interested in finance it can be difficult to discuss retirement planning with someone who is. They start throwing terms like RMD, sequence of returns risk, and the 4% rule. When people start using these terms it can be easy to become overwhelmed. The purpose of this series is to empower you so that you can have an understanding of what is happening with your money to help make better choices. My goal is to explain retirement planning in a non-geeky way that anyone can understand. What are the financial risks in retirement? Retirement brings different types of risks for your money. Essentially there are two types of risks to be aware of: short-term and long-term risks. Think about a teeter-totter. On either side of the teeter-totter, you have your short-term risk and your long-term risk. The short-term risk is losing money today and the long-term risk is losing money in the future. You need to come up with a solution that balances both of these risks without tilting too much to one side. We lose money in the short term through market risk. If the market takes a tumble, you could lose a significant portion of your savings. The solution to that is to take all of your money out of investments and have it sit in cash. Unfortunately, this solution to the short-term risk doesn't work in the long term. The long-term financial risk is inflation. You may have noticed gas prices or food prices increasing over time. This means that your dollar today won't be worth the same as your future dollar. As prices increase the value of your money decreases. We combat long-term inflation risk with investing, however, this solution puts us at risk in the short term. How to balance retirement risk To balance both sides of the risk spectrum it is important to think about how much money you will need to support your lifestyle in the near future. You'll want to consider how much cash you should have on hand if the market drops. This will help you mitigate the short-term risk while at the same time leaving the rest of your savings to grow in the long term. The goal of balancing these risks is to have the confidence to have money to spend next year and also to spend when you are 80. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE RETIREMENT ANSWER MAN PRACTICAL PLANNING SEGMENT WITH FRITZ GILBERT [2:30] Financial lingo can be intimidating [6:37] Short term risks [10:47] Inflation is a long term risk [18:37] How to deal with spending shocks [25:55] Understand what types of questions to ask [28:39] Catching up with Fritz in retirement LISTENER QUESTIONS WITH NICHOLE [38:24] 6-Shot Saturday drama [42:15] Should Shari take the lump sum or an annuity? [48:20] How do I feel about LIRPs? [54:36] What are the non-financial boundaries of a fiduciary? [1:00:24] A question about my pronunciation of words [1:02:47] A proposal for changing the GAA acronym TODAY'S SMART SPRINT SEGMENT [1:04:34] Organize the strategy that best works for you Resources Mentioned In This Episode Retirement Manifesto Retirement Planning for Non-Planners - start with this first episode Rock Retirement Club Roger's YouTube Channel - Roger That BOOK - Rock Retirement by Roger Whitney Work with Roger Roger's Retirement Learning Center
Welcome to Ep. 19 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - Tyrone have been crowned 2021 All-Ireland SFC Champions, we're talking about how they won Sam Maguire and how Mayo lost another All-Ireland final. Kerry release some breaking news during the pod, and we discuss the abuse directed at GAA players - click the timestamps to head to each section, as Paddy Andrews, Andy Moran and Tommy Rooney disect an incredible All-Ireland SFC semi-final and the rest of the week's Gaelic Football. TIMESTAMPS and TOPICS. (00:30) – Welcome to Ep. 19 of The Football Pod - SUBSCRIBE! (02:00) – REACTION as Tyrone win the All-Ireland. (13:15) – How did Tyrone win? (26:00) – Where did Mayo lose it? (40:00) - Tyrone's match-winners: Morgan, Meyler, Kilpatrick. (51:00) – Harte, McShane, Dazzler and The Wolf - improving during the winter! (01:15:00) – IG Q + A; Lee Keegan, Aidan O'Shea, Abuse of players, breaking Kerry news. Share the podcast, please do review and rate the show if you're enjoying it. Let us know what you want to hear Andy and Paddy talk about across the season. Contact details below, and you'll find our channels across social media - you can subscribe to the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' feed or The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy. Contact the Football Pod and let us know what you think on Instagram or Twitter, follow us and get in touch! Email: email@example.com Subscribe to The Football Pod on Spotify or iTunes!
Tyrone are the All-Ireland football champions... so why is everyone still banging on about Mayo? We bang on about Mayo for a little while, before Oisin McConville and Paul Flynn make sure to give Tyrone their due for their skill-level, their finals mentality, and their opportunism. But why does this keep happening? There were tactical, technical and psychological flaws shown up on Saturday, and we delve deep into them all. Elsewhere there was a magnificent Galway surge to win the All-Ireland camogie title, we heard some serious GAA fast talkers, and we salute Britain's first billion-pound athlete.
She's a busy mum of three and a former Miss World, he's one of the most prolific GAA players and managers in the country, and together, they're working to save the planet. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/09/13115948/RosannaandDavyFitz_1309.mp3"][/audio] Rosanna Davison and Davy Fitzgerald have teamed up with GreenAware to be leaders in sustainability and encourage everyone to make small changes at home that will better the environment. View this post on Instagram A post shared by GetGreenAware (@getgreenaware) Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Rosanna and Davy explained their own personal reasons for getting involved in the campaign, and the changes they have been making themselves. Rosanna also gave us an insight into life at home with her three under three and Davy revealed if he has been approached by Galway to take on the role of manager for their hurling squad. You can catch the chats by clicking play above.
Ken pitches a concept for new Premier League branding. The "mercury effect lion wearing a crown" is a non-symbol, it doesn't transmit anything. It's time for a new logo that encapsulates the league's rugged values. We also talk about Ronaldo's return and mass hysteria as the Kathryn Mayorga case hovers above.
BT is a fixer, Ricciardo wins!, Alcott's Golden Slam, Wallabies, Storm, US Open, Damo chats Prelim Finals and has a response for Luke Beveridge, Brown-Low Moment, The Mayo Curse lives on, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter Canavan, David Brady and Alan Brogan joined John Duggan on The Saturday Panel for our final preview of the All-Ireland final, as Mayo and Tyrone do battle. Renault Ireland. Official Car Partner of The GAA. Visit https://www.renault.ie/gaa for more.
Eoin Sheahan has been on hand in both Mayo and Tyrone in the build-up to this weekend's All-Ireland senior football final. Here he caught up with former Red Hand star Enda McGinley, and GAA journalist Declan Bogue to discuss where the game tomorrow may be won or lost. With Gillette #BestFaceForward
Billy's on the front page of The Herald Sun, is Billy in the market for a new job?, paying tribute to Spud, Lachie Neale is staying, footy news, new babies, Kochie denied entry to WA, Melbourne Storm's Dale Finucane, Irish Journalist Michael Foley explains the GAA Mayo Curse, Billy's Idiot Song, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
So far on the World Service this week, we've had one hell of an All Ireland final preview with Paul Flynn and Oisin McConville, we've basked in the warm glow of the Bazunu and Omobamidele Show, and, most importantly, we've seen Murph and Ken let bygones be bygones and hug it out. Sign up to the World Service now for just €5 + VAT a month for independent, member-led broadcasting with a minimum of inter-presenter beef at secondcaptains.com/join
It was a classic All-Ireland women's football final in Croke Park yesterday, which saw Meath stun the four-in-a-row champions Dublin in a major shock. It was however no shock to seasoned watchers and admirers of Meathness - Murph gives us a run-down on just what makes the Royallers tick. Leona Maguire is the first Irishwoman to play in the Solheim Cup, but she wasn't content to get there - ever since the competition began on Saturday morning, she's been a revelation. Her singles match this evening could be pivotal, and with Katie Taylor winning on Saturday evening as well, it was a very, very good week to be an Irish sportswoman.
Ireland were behind to Azerbaijan with 4 minutes to go at home to Azerbaijan. A Shane Duffy equaliser spared Ireland's blushes somewhat, but some people have run out of patience. Richie Sadlier and Damien Delaney join us on the show today to discuss just how quickly we can expect an upturn in results on the pitch, how much responsibility Stephen Kenny bears, and what we can expect from Serbia tomorrow night. Fault-lines within the Second Captains team also reveal themselves, as Murph accuses Ken of attempting to gaslight the nation.
The main event on the World Service so far this week was Ireland's visit to Faro to play Portugal where a record-chasing Ronaldo lay in wait. Today, we've been grieving the loss of something that was very nearly beautiful, with the help of Richie Sadlier. Sign up to the World Service for independent, member-led, ad-free broadcasting now for just €5 + VAT a month at secondcaptains.com/join
Who needs Superman and Wonderwoman when you have GAA Gods like Henry Shefflin and Cian Lynch! [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/09/01123831/YellowBelly_0109.mp3"][/audio] Tom Doyle, A.K.A YellowBelly.ie joined Dermot and Dave to chat about his new graphic novel titles 'Set the Heather Blazing' and how he got into making GAA graphics! You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button above.
Eoin Sheahan and Ger Gilroy are joined by Tommy Rooney for the official GAA power Rankings, with Kerry and Tyrone swapping places, while Mayo remains at the top. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
Another dramatic weekend of GAA action will be picked apart in full by Oisin McConville and Paul Flynn tomorrow - they did see this Tyrone ambush coming on Saturday afternoon, they just didn't foresee Kerry not foreseeing it. With Sean Cavanagh and Pat Spillane clashing on live telly, the call has come again to move away from having analysts from the counties involved on broadcasts... we are not so sure that's a good idea. Meath are the All-Ireland minor champions for the first time in 29 years, and Nicole Turner won silver at the Paralympics this morning - before charming the nation with a post-match interview for the ages.
He's back baby and the global Manchester United family is celebrating harder than ever. But if United signing a 36 year old Ronaldo and making him the best paid player in the league is obviously such a good idea, why did they wait until Man City seemed about to close the deal before making their move? Laurie Whitwell joins us to analyse the makings and implications of the mega deal. Will Greenwood improve under CR7, how does Bruno feel about this, is it a football signing, how did Fergie influence things and can he do a Tom Brady and play into his 40's? We also talk about Messi's PSG pro-am, Rio the matchmaker, Roy's selfies, Chelsea's band of brothers, Thiago Time, Arsenal's bad marriage and patronising Pep.
Tim Freeman, President of the Printing Industries Alliance, Kim Tuzzo, Marketing Programs Director at the Printing Industries Alliance, and Melissa Jones, President at the Graphic Arts Association, share an introduction to PIA and GAA and the work they do for the print community, how their orgs are helping members with supply chain issues and workforce development, and why they support the mission of Project Peacock. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Tim Freeman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timfreeman4print/ Kim Tuzzo: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimtuzzo/ Printing Industries Alliance: https://pialliance.org/ Melissa Jones: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-jones-26205612/ Graphic Arts Association: https://www.graphicartsassociation.org/ Project Peacock: https://projectpeacock.printmediacentr.com
Pep Guardiola is heaping over-the-top praise on Gabriel Jesus, which means he's probably gonna get rid of him at the end of the season. Ken also takes a look at the Marseille brawl, how Rafa Benitez motivates his players and big Shane Duffy's return to form.
Was this the greatest ever performance in an All Ireland hurling final? Maybe. Did we see the greatest half of hurling ever? Possibly. Are Limerick the biggest strongest hurling team ever assembled? Definitely. We talk to Jamie Wall and Malachy Clerkin about the perfect plan executed to perfection, how they seem to peak in finals, how much joy they take in their style of play, and the lessons rivals need to learn if they're ever going to beat them. Plus there's glassy-eyed stick-wielding fans, angry Brian Murphy, McConville V Flynn and Clash Of The Ash.
Hola! On this week's World Service Ken speaks Spanish, speculates about Kane transfer speculation and admires the unique El Chiringuito formula for success - WWE, Love Island and old Spanish men talking nonsense about football. Meanwhile Murph and Eoin watched on as the best GAA punditry team in the biz, Oisin McConville and Paul Flynn, went at it over John Small and a hypothetical "anti Dublin bias", and Jamie Wall came up with a masterplan for Cork to beat Limerick. All these shows are at your fingertips IF you're willing to part with just 5 euro a month. No minimum contract, no hidden extras, no ads. Go to secondcaptains.com/join.
We've assembled a crack punditry outfit for our analysis of Dublin/Mayo tomorrow, but there's no doubt this was the sporting event of the weekend. Ken bemoans some refereeing decisions that went against the Dubs, while Eoin eats some humble pie for laughing off the demise of his beloved boys in blue. Murph on the other hand is on top of the world - the Dubs' dominance is over, Offaly and Roscommon were both in an All-Ireland final, and a Meath team came back from the dead in classic Royaller style to qualify for their first ever women's football final yesterday. "We've gone back to the future and it feels sooooo good...."
The Premier League is back and so are Richie Sadlier and John Brewin to talk through the opening weekend. Do City need Harry Kane more than Spurs do? How is Jack Grealish going to fit into this system? And are Manchester United credible title contenders? Plus there's The Eagle Eye with Eoin McDevitt, polite Ken, and VAR, but not as we know it.
This week, Leinster, Ireland and Lions rugby legend Rob Kearney joined Jarlath for a rare long-form conversation about his life and career. Rob opens up about being bullied at school, how he is being patient with himself in retirement and how a mistake in the gym one day at the age of 19 caused him one of his biggest career regrets. Rob speaks openly about why international rugby in Ireland is suffocating, his recent move to the GAA, Michael Cheika, contemplating staying in Australia, how he didn't feel welcome at Leinster for a number of years and much more. To hear every episode in full and to gain access to the entire back-catalogue of over 500 Irishman Abroad episodes that are not available on iTunes for just the price of a pint every month visit www.patreon.com/irishmanabroad Supplementary research provided by John Meagher. Our charity partner is jigsawonline.ie. In these tricky times, Jigsaw provides a range of resources, advice and care for your people to help them strengthen their mental health and the skills needed to navigate life. Please visit their website and consider making a donation. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.