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World Famous Irish comedian Tom O'Mahony's twice-weekly show On Tuesday's the "Ramble Pod" is Tom rambling through his recount of the week while answering listener's questions and on Friday's Tom is joined by guests from the worlds of entertainment and sport (and sometimes something else entirely)
 
A few years ago I was a broke, university dropout, living in one of the worst parts of the country, alone, with nothing but a laptop & a dream. Fast forward a few years, I’m the 29 year old ex CEO of one of the UK’s fastest growing companies. That company is called Social Chain. My world is intense, sometimes crazy, always challenging and always unpredictable. This podcast is simple, every week I’m going to share insights with you from guests with different backgrounds, experiences and learn ...
 
From the Author of How to Disappear Completely: 1999 Aston Somerfield, casual smoker and part-time alcoholic, has come to London to find himself. He knows who he's looking for, he's seen him on the cover of the NME. Drawn across oceans by fame and fate, Aston is keeping his diary empty to make sure he's available. Won't commit to anything until it's everything. London, however, has other ideas. When a virtual stranger calls Aston a few hours before his death, fate catches up with him, derail ...
 
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Fearne Cotton has been on our screens for twenty years now. The host of numerous television programmes, radio shows, and her own chart topping podcast Happy Place, which is also a popular festival, Fearne has found success in whatever field she’s set her mind to. What makes Fearne’s connection to her audience so special is the incredibly positive a…
 
New Zealand’s wellness-horror-comedy Creamerie and Australia’s 80s newsroom drama The Newsreader couldn’t be more different, but both are examples of top-shelf locally made series.Go behind the scenes of both shows with Creamerie writer-director Roseanne Liang and co-creator and cast member Perlina Lau, and The Newsreader’s co-creator and writer Mi…
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. Mel Robbins is the author of The Five Second Rule, a business woman, a life coach, and a sensation in the world of self improvement. Mel also runs a seven figure business which provides courses in self-improvement and life …
 
In a once in a generation move I'm releasing this Ramble Pod (typically a Patreon exclusive commodity) for all the uninitiated out there, just to show ye what's on offer, a little taster if you will. It's full of high-brow nuggets, mostly centering around filth if I'm honest. Enjoy. Limelight Show Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.ie/venueartist/46…
 
The former artistic director of The Australian Ballet, David McAllister, steals the spotlight to interview his partner, Noonuccal Nuugi playwright and director Wesley Enoch.Also, Yorta Yorta composer and singer Deborah Cheetham talks about the making of her opera Parrwang Lifts the Sky, based on the Wadawurrung story of the magpie who brought light…
 
Sir David Brailsford is the former Performance Director of British Cycling and current Team Principal of the Ineos Grenadiers, a professional cycling team that, along with its direct predecessor Team Sky, have won seven Tour De France titles since 2012. David is behind the business and life philosophy of ‘marginal gains’, a belief that paying atten…
 
Joining me this week is podcaster and comedian William Thompson. I may have inadvertently joined the Orange Order during this episode and I for one can't wait to get my hands on a triangle. Limelight Show Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.ie/venueartist/461484/2132027 To support the show and access todays video and a rake more Patreon exclusive con…
 
Let’s revisit one of Stop Everything’s most popular interviews of 2021: our celebrity memoir book club with National Trinket, Shane Jenek, aka Courtney Act.Brisbane-born Shane is known around the world as drag queen Courtney Act. Courtney’s appeared on Australian Idol, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Bi Life, Dancing with the Stars, One Plus One on ABC TV …
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. This week we’re jumping back to episode 47, a solo episode where I talk about a simple solution that can help us get out of our own heads and overcome a tough situation. If you ever feel trapped by your circumstances, this …
 
The Australian film Nitram dramatises the events leading up to the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre. In a wide ranging discussion, director Justin Kurzel and screenwriter Shaun Grant discussed what inspired them to make a film about this real life tragedy, the themes they sought to explore, and the similarities and differences to their earlier films Snowt…
 
Johann Hari is a journalist and author of Lost Connections, a book which changed the way I think about depression and mental health. His new book, Stolen Focus, is about what people can do in order to improve their focus, and about what we can all do to stop our attention being robbed in a world of increasing distractions. Johann travels thousands …
 
The Booker-winning author Pat Barker's preoccupation with who's allowed to speak and who isn't continues in The Women of Troy, a sequel to The Silence of the Girls, her exploration of women in the Ancient Greek classics.Also, New Animal author, Ella Baxter, on how her writing relates to her artistic practice making death shrouds the final in Michae…
 
I've known Conn since literally the week I started stand up and man is he one of the good fellas. I had some craic driving down memory lane while having my third eye opened with comedian, actor and podcaster Cornelius Patrick O'Sullivan. To support the show and access todays video and a rake more Patreon exclusive content why not follow this link: …
 
Hello 2022! Please be kind. Our offering for the new year is a closer look at local versions of international reality TV blockbusters: Drag Race and The Real Housewives, aka brand Benjamin Law.First up, RuPaul’s ride-or-die Michelle Visage dropped by ahead of the inaugural season of Drag Race Down Under.Then, Brian Moylan on his tell-all book about…
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. Jimmy Carr needs no introduction and is one of the biggest names in British comedy. Jimmy has hardly been off our screens for the last two decades. But what people may not know is that Jimmy has another side to him. When he…
 
The rediscovery of Hilma af Klint's abstract paintings has taken the art world by storm, but what meaning can we find in her powerful, mysterious work? Plus, artist and designer W.H. Chong on the secret behind the perfect book cover.And head into the bush with immersive landscape painter Mary Tonkin.…
 
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a psychologist, academic, public intellectual, author of 12 Rules for Life and Beyond Order: 12 More Rules For Life, and an inspiration to millions of people around the world. One of my most requested guests ever, Jordan came in to talk to us on his visit to the UK to talk about his incredible recovery from his health trou…
 
I'm feckin delighted to cast a Mordor-like eye over the past 12 months of weirdness that was 2021 with one of the finest social commentators of all Gordo Rochford of Those Conspiracy Guys. To support the show and access todays video and a rake more Patreon exclusive content why not follow this link: https://www.patreon.com/tomomahonybuckshot Jump o…
 
Settle in for deep and meaningful chats with two of our favourite Stop Everything! guests of 2021: screenwriter and director Steven Canals and singer, songwriter and artist Ngaiire.Steven reflects on the end of Pose, the award-winning series hailed as ground breaking for trans representation. Steven shares what it was like to be in the room when se…
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this episode we go back to a moment from one of my favourite episodes with Mo Gawdat. Mo has co-founded over 20 businesses, he’s the author of the ground-breaking ‘Solve for Happy’ and he was chief business officer of th…
 
Performance art tests the limits of the body and the gallery space. Fiona Kelly McGregor's latest book relives its bracing ascendancy in Sydney's queer and underground scene, and the well-known and lesser-known artists who lived and breathed it.Plus, performance artists Justin Shoulder and Stelarc. And, how do art galleries preserve performance art…
 
What can a 60-year-old play about drunk and sometimes spiteful American academics tell us about culture and race relations in Australia? Director Margaret Harvey shares her bold vision for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.Also, we hear a performance from Black Brass, inspired by stories of resilience from Perth's African communities and we meet some …
 
Ben Francis has achieved incredible success it is easy to forget how young he still is. Founding Gymshark, a leading gym wear brand, when he was still in his teens, the company is now worth over $1.5 billion. But it hasn’t always been easy for Ben. He is naturally shy and introverted, and public speaking is something that didn’t come naturally to h…
 
"It's such a contradiction in life how much we learn from suffering," says actor and writer Ethan Hawke who tells The Book Show about his fourth novel A Bright Ray of Darkness. Darkness and light is a recurring theme in our other author interviews with American Patricia Lockwood and Australian Jessie Tu.…
 
Lauren Hadaway is a director based in Los Angeles and Paris whose debut feature, The Novice, premiered this year at Tribecca to great reviews and several awards; it's since been released theatrically and has been nominated for 5 Independent Spirit Awards. However even before this phenomenal film, she was achieving remarkable success in post-product…
 
Remember that window in 2021 when there were few covid cases, no lockdowns and people could travel across state borders? Yeah! That actually happened, and during that blessed window, we hosted a show, live, from the Sydney Writers Festival.Ok sure, BW was beamed in via a giant screen on stage, but three out of four people on a stage ain’t bad.In th…
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. Holly Tucker MBE has over twenty years experience building businesses. After working in advertising, media, and for a start-up, Holly gave it all up to start Not On The High Street, an online start-up with an inspiring miss…
 
In this episode we discuss the benefits of adopting a constraints-led approach to player development with Ben Bartlett, Head of Academy Coaching at Fulham Football Club. Ben talks to us about his coaching journey including time at Colchester FC, Chelsea FC, The FA and now Fulham FC. Ben also explains what a constraints-led approach to player develo…
 
Mark Manson is the phenomenon behind ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ and ‘Everything is F*cked’. He has sold over 13 million books and his blog, Life Advice That Doesn’t Suck, receives millions of views every month. His new book is co-written with Will Smith and is called ‘Will’. Mark is an interesting character with a fascinating story. Quit…
 
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