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Rebecca McCloskey & Matt Fox
CEASEFIRE BABIES
A light hearted look at millennial life in Northern Ireland. Rebecca McCloskey and Matt Fox discuss the many highs and lows of the 90s & Noughties and what it means to be a “ceasefire baby” as they now attempt to navigate adulthood . Disclaimer - anything you may take offence to is (allegedly) all comedic and we don’t respond kindly to negative feedback. We’re very fragile you see! Thanks, enjoy xx . . . 0808 808 8000 - LIFELINE 24/7 Hotline 0818111126 - PIETA.ie 24/7 ROI
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 13 ratings
Ceasefire Babies.
My god, these two are so funny, especially the girl!!!
Gimlik via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/22/21
From another ceasefire baby :)
Absolutely love this, and totally relatable to another ceasefire baby. I was actually driving through Omagh that fateful day as a 11 year old on my way to the good old N.Irish holiday in Galway 😂. Another top for this podcast is the NI Accents always end up coming off really brash, but you’s both...Read full review »
frustratedT2 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/08/21
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