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Food and Drink Radio Show with Sharon Noonan. Some people like to blog, Sharon Noonan likes to interview! In 2013 her food and drink show, Best Possible Taste, premiered on West Limerick 102FM and continues to air every Tuesday night from 8pm - 9pm with the weekly repeat at 9am on Wednesday mornings. A podcast makes the shows accessible to a wide and worldwide audience. Podcasts feature interviews with old and new faces in the food and drink world. From restaurant reviews to discussing curre ...
 
In 1994, Howard Sounes began investigating a case of serial murder in an English cathedral city. A married couple, Fred and Rose West, had killed at least twelve women and girls, including their own daughter. They cut their victims up and buried the remains of nine bodies under their house at 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester, where the Wests continued to live undetected... for decades. Uncovering their secrets as a journalist and author, researching his classic crime book Fred & Rose, Howard r ...
 
Pets in New York City are like no other pets in the world. Just like their people, city pets of all types have to grapple with cramped apartments (if they’re lucky enough to find a pet-friendly building) local politics, busy streets and dog-run drama. No hopping into the backseat or backyard for them! And those are just the pets that already have homes-pets waiting for adoption have to contend with life in overwhelmed city shelters or life on the streets. "Pets in the City" with New York Tai ...
 
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RADIOTHON PROGRAMHis week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s cruel and inhumane treatment of refugees and asylum seekers – Professor Spencer ZifcakDr Margie Beavis and her work through pandemic with general practice, teaching at university and anti war activitiesPart one of interview with US anti war activist Brian TerrellJoe Montero from the Ven…
 
His week that was – Kevin Healy Nakba Webinar, featuring:Dr Tony BirchDr Sary ZananariNasser MaschniDr Jordy Silverstein Australia’s war machine purchases – Dr Alison BroinovskiAustralian war memorial expansion – Dr Sue WarehamBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Dr Tony Birch, Dr Sary Zananari, Nasser Maschni, Dr Jordy Silverstein, Dr Alison Broinovski, Dr Sue Wareham
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyUpdate on Burma – Debbie Stothard Human Rights Activist currently in ThailandPolitical impasse in Samoa – Journalist and researcher Nic MaclellanPart 2 of recent history of Chile – Sasha Gillies-LekakisAustralia’s long support for regime in Sri Lanka – Bartathan Tamil Refugee CouncilDangerous situation for West Papuan…
 
On this week’s Best Possible Taste Helen Cooke from This Winding Life returns to the programme to share a selection of great food themed books for the perfect summer read.Young entrepreneurs Jack Pierce and Caitlyn O Connor reveal the inspiration behind the Horse Box Coffee Trailer in Broadford, Co Limerick.ANDPhotographer and stylist Kirsty Lyons …
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyHow you can help the children of Gaza – Yasmeen from Olive KidsWhy 1000’s of young people are fleeing Morocco and news from Western Sahara – Dr Randi IrwinGeneEthics report with Bob PhelpsWorldwide campaign against killer drones – Kathy KellyFirst part of recent history of Chile – Sasha Gillies-LekakisFascism and best…
 
Tonight we meet Katia Valadeau who has created a fantastic online map that identifies where in Ireland we can enjoy outdoor dining when restrictions lift.Artisan food producer Brian O Neill gives us the lowdown on his company Dublin Hot Sauceand Freelance editor and food writer Kristin Jensen shares details about her kickstarter campaign "Blasta Bo…
 
On this episode of the Best Possible Taste we meet Sarah O Mahony to find out how her career in hospitality started in Shannon College of Hotel Management and brought her full circle back to the college where she is now the Marketing ManagerAndYoung female entrepreneur Ciara Hennebry shares her journey from the family farm to setting up her first b…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyPalestinians fighting back against land theft by Israeli settlers – Rawan Arraf – director of Australian Centre For International JusticeBishop George Browning writes a letter to Scott MorrisonTamil Genocide Day May 16 – ongoing today in Sri Lanka – BarathanProgress report on nuclear weapons ban treaty – Associate …
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s obsession with China – Richard Tanter senior research associate Nautilus Institute University of MelbourneUrgent alert at recent attacks on activists in the Philippines – May KotsakisTwo court cases which could break the camel’s back of Australia’s cruel treatment of refugees – Max Costello – retired la…
 
On this episode of the Best Possible Taste we explore the serious issue of obesity with Niamh Arthurs registered dietician and researcher at Temple St Children’s University Hospital and Deirdre Murphy who is a member of the Irish Coalition for People Living with obesity (ICPO)AndAt the end of the programme Louis Murphy joins us from the Dunraven Ar…
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyFast in Washington for children of Yemeni – Kathy KellyLynas deception – Lee TanOur appalling record on human rights – Professor Spencer ZifcakOceanaGold deception – Peter MurphyReaction to ALP decision on Palestine State – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesBy jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Kathy Kelly, Lee Tan, Professor Spencer Zifcak, Peter Murphy & Emeritus Professor Stuart Rees
 
His week that was – Kevin HealyALP making moves to recognize State of Palestine – Nasser MachniBeginnings of a new women’s movement? – Coral WynterVale to leave New Caledonia – Nic MaclellanWas there an attempted coup in Jordan – Dr Tim AndersonBy Jan Bartlett, Kevin Healy, Nasser Machni, Coral Wynter, Nic Maclellan, Dr Tim Anderson
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFight back in Malaysia and overseas against approval of Lynas Corp radio active waste dump – Natalie Lowrey – AID WatchPart 2 of history of Brazil post ending of military dictatorship in 1985 and the present situation under Bolsanaro – Sasha Gillies-LekakisBob Phelps from the GeneEthics Network on the trail of chem…
 
In this episode of the Best Possible we celebrate one whole year since the launch of click and collect market Neighbourfood in Limerick and talk to host Deirdre MacMahon about its resounding success for customers and suppliers alike.AndCiara Brennan from Happy Food At Home shares her insights into enjoying a plant based diet and reveals details abo…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy two women, one Jewish, one Palestinian attended Palestine Land Day – Shams and NinaLooking at history and likely outcome of Ecuador elections – Fred FuentesCampaign to stop production of killer robots – Matilda ByrnePart 1 of history of Brazil post military dictatorship in C20 and situation now – Sasha Gillies …
 
In this episode of the Best Possible Taste Fallon Moore from Blas na hEireann / Irish Food Awards has details about how to enter this year’s awards.Helen Cooke from This Winding Life shares advice on how to celebrate a special occasion in style during lockdown.AndChris Starr, head chef of the Dunraven Arms Hotel in Adare, Co Limerick makes our mout…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin healyFight back against control of media in Malaysia – Lee Tan Extraordinary unionist Sam BondPolice compliance with cruelty – is Australia part of this? – Emeritus Professor Stuart ReesCurrent situation in West Papua – Ronnie KareniJacob Grech returns from the Home Run 4 Julian…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyCarnage in Myanmar/Burma – Debbie Stothard – human rights activist living in ThailandPart two of Associate Professor Tilman Ruff’s assessment of Fukushima 10 years on.Will Pacific Nations get the vaccines and when – Journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan10 years of war on Syria – Dr Tim Anderson…
 
Our first guest on this episode of The Best Possible Taste is Ursula Giltenane from D&M Garden Centre in Croagh who gives us an update on how the pandemic has inspired the family business to go back to their roots.David Hayes from Logr shares his everchanging offering since opening his cafe in Adare in the middle of last year and his delicious pack…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyWhy Christian Porter should not have the position of the primary protector of the rule of law inAustralia – Kathryn KellyNew anti war group in the US – Kathy KellyGo ahead for the disputed expansion of the Australian War Memorial – Dr Sue WarehamPart 1 of interview with Associate Professor Tilman Ruff on the 10 ann…
 
On this episdoe of the Best Possible Taste: Dan Sykes from Springfield Castle in West Limerick shares an update on the historic Venue.Final year student and Newcastle West native Katie Noonan appeals for help to get her final year thesis about goat meat published.AndOur resident wine guru Ron Forrestal returns with some great wine recommendations j…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyActivism alive and well in Wonthaggi – Jessica HarrisonIntroducing Dr Randi Irwin – new editor of AWSA e-bulletinSynthetic biology and much more – Bob PhelpsIndependent international enquiry into human rights abuses in Philippines to present first report to UNHRC in late March – Peter Murphy…
 
Tonight Richard Fitzgerald from the renowned Fitzgeralds' Woodlands Hotel in Adare, Co Limerick, shares details of the family’s challenges over the past 12 months and reveals how their latest venture is proving to be a resounding success.And we head over to London to talk to Anne Dunne, originally from Cavan, about her career in the food industry w…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyFailure of Comcare re Tamil refugees on Christmas Island – Max Costello30th anniversary of Green Left – co-editor Susan PriceAustralian government involvement in human rights abuses in Philippines – May KotsakisCoup in Burma – coordinator of Alternative ASEAN in Burma -Debbie Stothard…
 
In this episode we head to Northern Ireland to find out how a trio of local food and drink heroes are approaching the current challenges.First up is Laura Bradley from Indie Fude an independent deli and online store with outlets in Comber and Belfast where you can buy wholly Irish small- batch artisanal food and drink.Then we visit Co Down to talk …
 
Street 2 Bay report and EP&BC Act 1999 review – Neil BlakeJudges at ICC have decided that the court has jurisdiction over war crimes committed in Occupied Palestine – Jessica MorrisonGreen Left celebrating 30 years – Pip HinmanAustralian Council For Free And Fair Speech launched – Professor Emeritus Stuart ReesRumbling in the South Pacific – tsunam…
 
Tonight's trio of guests are:The multi talented Galway Michelin star chef and founder of Food on the Edge, JP McMahon shares details about one of his latest projects - an E-Book called “Lessons From Lockdown - Cooking After Covid".We hear from the owner of one of West Limerick’s latest additions to the food scene - Maura Griffin from Organigo in Ab…
 
Marilyn Havini, human rights and social activist speaking from her home on Buka Island, Bougainville covering elections, education and general situation there.Marion Cincotta talking about her work with Extinction RebellionImpact of Trump’s 4 years on Latin America. With Fred FuentesProspects of Biden presidency on genetics, etc. with Bob PhelpsWhy…
 
In the first 2021 episode of Best Possible Taste the guest list features Kevin Wallace , the New Leaf Urban Farmer from Ballyneety in Limerick who is planning a Community Supported Agriculture initiative this summer. Limerick entrepreneur Shane Ryan shares his career challenges and highlights which have resulted in his FIID plant based ready meals …
 
Richard Srocynski from Witness Against Torture on the ongoing campaign to close the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay.Sue Bolton speaking about Dutton’s secret detention centres.Jacob Grech discussing Julian Assange, Invasion Day, refugees and asylum seekers and the Renegade Solidarity Sound SystemBob Phelps executive director GeneEthics Network on …
 
Analysis of Trump’s 2018 Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific – Journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan Celebrating the coming into force of the Treaty to Ban Nuclear Weapons:Dr Sue Wareham – President Medical Association for the Prevention of WarDave Sweeney – nuclear campaign with ACFDr Margie Beavis - MAPW and ICanBrian Terrel – peace and an…
 
Everyone’s heard of Ghislaine Maxwell (Jeffery Epstein’s alleged partner in crime). But there’s a shadowy figure who hangs above her who you likely don’t know: her father, media tycoon Robert Maxwell. His rise from nothing to fall… from the deck of his super yacht under mysterious circumstances is straight out of a crime novel. His favorite daughte…
 
On this programme we are feeling very festive with just over a week to go until Christmas Day. We talk to Birgitta Hedin Curtin from the award winning Burren Smokehouse in Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare about growing up in Sweden and the way Birgitta celebrated Christmas as a child.And Helen Cooke from This Winding Life has recipe inspiration so you can ma…
 
Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees reminding Scott Morrison about hypocracyEnd of year Genethics Network round up – Bob PhelpsDr Tim Anderson and the year that wasTributes to urban landcare champion – George Fotheringham and Neil BlakeBy Jan bartlett with Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees, Bob Phelps, Dr Tim Anderson , George Fotheringham and Neil Blake
 
Jailing of Palestinian aid worker – Jessica Morrison –APAN2020 for the people of Western Sahara – Cate Lewis – AWSAA year in the life of an activist – Peter MurphyVoices For Creative Non Violence closes – Kathy KellyBy Jan Bartlett with Jessica Morrison, Cate Lewis, Peter Murphy, Kathy Kelly
 
In this episode of Best Possible Taste, blogger Helen Cooke from This Winding Life returns to talk about mindful and intuitive eating. Triona O Callaghan tells us about the latest addition to the Limerick food producer scene, the Little Meringue Company and Rosemarie Bennis in Sonas Healthfoods store shares details about her favourite food and drin…
 
In this week's Best Possible Taste Ron Forrestal from Forrestal Wine Merchants has wine suggestions for Christmas gifts and to pair with the Christmas dinner.Courtney Sheehy from Food Share Kerry addresses the very important issue of food banks.And finally at the end of the programme, we meet Anna Coffey Lynch who started her artisan chocolatier bu…
 
Three more Plow Share activists jailed in the US – Brian Terrell – fellow activist and friendMonthly GeneEthics report from Bob PhelpsDr Alison Broinowsi looking into the Brereton Report on alleged war crimes by Australian soldiers in AfghanistanAlarming repression by Morocco in occupied Western Sahara – Cate Lewis form the Australia Western Sahara…
 
US politics after Trump – Megan CornishHard Facts for Hard Times – part 2 – Joan CoxsedgeWar in Western Sahara? _ Cate LewisHistory of anti nuclear weapons campaigns – Associate Professor Tilman RuffBy Jan Bartlett with Megan Cornish, Joan Coxsedge, Cate Lewis and Associate Professor Tilman Ruff
 
In this Best Possible Taste podcast, Sharon Noonan talks to Ireland’s food writing royalty, Drs John and Sally McKenna, about their latest book “Milk” which explores the story of ireland’s culinary treasure thgour recipes history and culture.Helen Cooke from This Winding Life.org returns after her first appearance last month when she talked about s…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin Healy2nd part of 2020 Edward Said Memorial Lecture with Melissa ParkeUS peace activist Kathy Kelly speaking about the election result in the USProtests continue in Thailand – Giles UngpakornProfessor Bassam Dally and the go fund me appeal for Melissa Parke to protest free speech re Palestine…
 
His week that was - Mr Kevin HealyBolivian election victory for the people - Fred FuentesIncreased pressure to stop demolition of Heroes Monument in northern Philippines - Peter MurphySentencing of 2 of the 7 Plow Shares activists in the US - Brian TerrellPart 1 of Edward Said Memorial Lecture by Melissa Parke…
 
In this programme we visit Sonas Health Foods in the heart of Newcastle West to meet owner Rosemarie Bennis to find out about the wide selection of food and drink products that are made in West Limerick.Then we travel to Co Offaly to chat to Anne Marie Feighery about Feighery’s Farm Blas Na hEireann award winning Irish beetroot juice and finally to…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyVenezuela wins UK court decision in battle to get gold back – Dr Tim AndersonMore of the results of the 2nd referendum vote in New Caledonia – Nic MaclellanAnother analysis of the travesty of justice for Julian Assange at the Old Bailey – De Alison BroinowskiLa Nina and El Nino and more – Neil BlakeWhy increased po…
 
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