Episodes
Published 09/24/22
Political reporter with The Irish Times Jack Horgan Jones gives us his take on predictions ahead of this weeks budget.
Published 09/24/22
A home should never be a commodity according to Housing Expert Rory Hearne whose new book is called 'Gaffs: Why noone can get a house...and what we can do about it'
Published 09/24/22
Motoring broadcaster and journalist Geraldine Herbert discusses the rise and rise of e-scooter popularity.
Published 09/24/22
The doyenne of British cooking, Mary Berry, offers her secret to a long and happy marriage as well as talking about her new cookbook and BBC TV series, both entitled 'Cook and Share'
Published 09/24/22
Prof Niall Moyna, from the School of Health and Human Performance in DCU has some easy to use tips for developing a good exercise regime.
Published 09/24/22
We’re coming to that time of year where people want to eat warm comfort food. Anna Haugh of Myrtle Restaurant in London speaks to Brendan about how to make the perfect stew.
Published 09/24/22
Brendan is joined by Ciara Phelan, Political Correspondent, Irish Examiner Lorna Fitzpatrick, Advocacy & Engagement Manager, NCBI and former President USI Ireland and member of Labour Party, Prof Alan Barrett, Economist & Director, ESRI and Declan Power, Defence Analyst and Writer.
Published 09/18/22
Playwright Eugene O'Brien on his debut novel, 'Going Back', a follow-up to his hit TV series Pure Mule, as well as his new play 'Heaven'
Published 09/18/22
From David Jones to Ziggy Stardust, and Aladdin Sane to The Thin White Duke...there’s an enduring fascination with David Bowie and his multitude of stage personalities. Bowie fanatics, broadcaster Ian Dempsey and musician Camille O'Sullivan, join Brendan to talk about 'Moonage Daydream', the latest documentary about the enigmatic icon.
Published 09/18/22
Grainne Humphreys, Director Dublin International Film Festival and Brian Lloyd, Movies Editor, Entertainment.ie, share their recommendations on what to watch on the big and small Screens.
Published 09/18/22
Finn McRedmond describes the scene in London where thousands queue to file past the coffin of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth.
Published 09/17/22
Satirist Oliver Callan heralds the return of Callan's Kicks to RTÉ Radio One next month and tells Brendan about his new BBC Sounds podcast, 'Killing Leprechauns'.
Published 09/17/22
Developer and Dublin visionary tells Brendan about his dealings with the British Queen, and how he’d solve Dublin’s housing crisis.
Published 09/17/22
Eanna Ni Lamhna tells Brendan why big spiders are coming indoors at this time of year, and what to do about fruit flies.
Published 09/17/22
Richard Osman, best-selling author and Pointless presenter, tells Brendan about his latest book, finding fame in his forties and finding love during the pandemic.
Published 09/17/22
Alana Kirk, life coach, tells Brendan how the romantic idea of “The One” could be over as we enjoy longer, healthier lives.
Published 09/17/22
Damien Grey, chef and owner of Liath restaurant, shows Brendan how to use a knife and shares other useful kitchen hacks that make cooking easier.
Published 09/17/22
Brendan is joined by Grainne Ní Aodha, Dublin Reporter, Press Association; Brenda Power, Journalist and Barrister; Ciaran Mac An Bhaird; Associate Professor of Economics and Business at DCU and Gerard Howlin, Public Affairs Consultant.
Published 09/11/22
Francis Brennan joins Brendan to talk about getting a stent put in, 'resizing' and latest Edition of his book the 'Homemaker’s Diary 2023'
Published 09/11/22
Within a week of posting her “Love/Hate Letter to Dublin” on TikTok, musician and poet Alice Kiernan had over a half-a-million hits, and that figure is still rising… Brendan asks her why she thinks it is resonating with young people.
Published 09/11/22
Bronwyn O'Neil, digital editor at VIP Magazine and Irish Times film critic Donald Clarke, share their recommendations on what to watch on the big and small screens.
Published 09/11/22
Columnist Fiona Looney attended Garth Brooks, opening last night at Croke Park. She tells Brendan all about the stetsons, cowboy boots and tears.
Published 09/10/22
Jennie Bond, Journalist and former BBC Correspondent and Jeffery Archer, Novelist, life peer and former politician looks ahead to the future of the monarchy in the UK.
Published 09/10/22
Comedian, Author and TV Presenter Dara O'Briain spoke to Brendan about the Queen, his new show 'So Where Were We?' and how Mock the Week finishes up this year.
Published 09/10/22