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Next Gen Fem, or Next Generation Female, co-hosted by Leah Barbour (Pro Videographer) and Fiona Malone (Bio-Medical Engineer), is a podcast dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements. Be it in business or massive personal goals, we speak to women that persevered through the ups and downs to pursue their passions! These women are trailblazers that won’t let anything get in their way! So be sure to subscribe to hear their stories. After all, the future is female.
 
The daily dose of madness and intrigue from Sean Moncrieff and his rebel radio crew Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
 
Welcome to Playhouse Experiences, hosted by Artistic Director of SoHo Playhouse, Darren Lee Cole. On this podcast you’ll be able to listen to interviews with both renowned and emerging theatre artists from around the world, explore why theatre is still central to culture in the 21st century, and hear about the balancing act between creativity and business. You’ll be able to follow Darren Lee Cole as he travels around the world in search of important and meaningful art to bring back to New Yo ...
 
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Why are the world’s best female footballers signing for English clubs? In the past few weeks some of the world’s best female footballers have signed for clubs in the Women’s Super League, highlighting a power shift in women’s football globally and setting up an enticing season, which will be watched, at least remotely, by more fans than ever before…
 
Speaking on Newstalk Breakfast the HSE's Chief Clinical Officer, Dr Colm Henry has said Christmas will not be cancelled in 2020 but it will be very different. But how different and will you break restrictions to see loved ones, zoom Christmas dinners and a socially distant Santa? Henry McKean asked you on the street about your Covid Christmas plans…
 
Today we launch the Woman’s Hour Power List 2020 - Our Planet. We will be looking for 30 women based in the UK who are making a significant positive contribution to the environment or the sustainability of our planet. It will showcase inspirational initiatives and stories that are bringing about real change at all levels of society – from influenci…
 
Cork author Louise O'Neill joined Roisin Ingle on the podcast to talk about her latest novel After The Silence. The book marks a departure for O'Neill in that it's a thriller but what hasn't changed is the uncompromising, gently probing voice of the writer of novels such as Asking For It which on publication became a national talking point. In Afte…
 
When actor Shobna Gulati’s mum was diagnosed with dementia in 2017, she was already spending the majority of her time caring for her. Their sometimes difficult relationship was tested to the limit, but ultimately she gained a lot from those years spent in her mum’s front room. When she passed away last year she decided to write a book about her fam…
 
How does the feminisation of alcohol work? We hear from Carol Emslie a Professor of substance use and misuse at the School of Health and Life Sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University, Kate Baily a podcast host and the co-author of Love Yourself Sober – a self-care guide to alcohol-free living for busy mothers and from Dr Athanasia Daskalopoulou, a…
 
Advancements in robots have already changed our lives in many ways. Most of the time you don’t even notice it, but automated robotic systems have added efficiency and speed to countless industries. Researcher at Cornell University have developed what they say is a first of its kind robot. They move via laser impulses and are small enough that they …
 
The domestic abuse story in EastEnders comes to a tragic end tonight. Chantelle is killed by her husband, Gray. We speak to the Head of Continuing Drama at BBC Studios, Kate Oates, and Sarah Davidge from Woman’s Aid, about how the storyline reflects the sharp rise in domestic violence during lockdown. Are you happy being naked in front of your chil…
 
The Trailblazery on Hedge School started during Covid and is a series of online Zoom talks and discussions to help people understand and make sense of the new reality across the world.The event takes place over several nights, with key speaker talks and group discussions amongst participants.The autumn series starts September 18 and runs to October…
 
Children’s author Jacqueline Wilson joins tells us about her new book Love Frankie about a teenager falling in love for the first time. Frankie lives with her two sisters and her recently divorced mum who is seriously ill with MS and is being bullied by a girl called Sally and her gang at school. But eventually the two girls strike up a friendship …
 
There is a lot of confusion and covid-weariness swirling around at the moment so we thought we'd bring you an episode that will divert, intrigue and definitely distract you. Jenny Keane is an holistic sex expert and yoga teacher who runs hugely popular online workshops teaching people to explore their sexuality and enhance sexual pleasure. Her path…
 
Julia Gillard, once Prime Minister of Australia, and Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, economist and international development expert from Nigeria and also a woman with experience at the top of the Nigerian politics, have come together to explore women and leadership. They’ve written a book together and interviewed high profile global leaders who are women: …
 
The Comedy Women in Print Prize is the only literary prize in the UK and Ireland to spotlight funny writing by women. Now in its second year, it was launched by comedian and actress Helen Lederer in response to the lack of exposure for female comedy writing. The 2020 shortlist for Published Comic Novel included the likes of Candice Carty-Williams, …
 
Barbara Scully and Declan Buckley joined Tom in studio for their weekly agony aunt slot, "So, You Think You're an Adult". The questions this week were, a listener who is having reservations about her fiance and a listener who thinks her sister is robbing her thunder by having her wedding first when she was engaged before her.…
 
According to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, three quarters of black women do not feel the NHS protects them equally. That's the findings of a poll it commissioned on being Black in the UK. The poll also highlights Black women's thoughts on their human rights and the police. We hear from Celine Henry who's one of the researchers,…
 
There are hundreds of books out at the moment so it's difficult as an author these days, when people are reading more than ever, to stand out from the crowd. One writer who has managed to do that with her terrifying novel The Nothing Man is Catherine Ryan Howard, the Cork woman who has won a devoted army of fans with her always original and often d…
 
Laura Bates is founder of the Everyday Sexism Project. In her latest book, she traces the roots of extreme misogyny across a complex network of online groups from Pick Up Artists to Incels. Laura explains what attracts men and boys these movements.Blogger Stephanie Yeboah has been a part of the fat acceptance and body positive movement for years. H…
 
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