A new series on The Collective from RTÉ Pulse aiming to showcase Ireland’s new talent in poetry and surrounding genres in a real, raw and authentic fashion.
Part 2 of our brand new series Driving Home With. This week, Carl hops in the car with Aifric O'Connell. Some of you may know her from Weekend Breakfast, others from Eoghan McDermott's show - but some of you might recognise her voice from somewhere
Carl Mullan joins Jenny Greene on her journey home from work. Forget the microphones, forget the radio studio, meet Jenny in a way you’ve never met her before.
Louise talks to writer Sophie White about the challenges of motherhood, the death of her dear dad and coping with some of life’s biggest challenges.
BREXIT! Keith and Tracy are SICK of hearing about it. Enter broadcaster and journalist Philip Boucher Hayes who tries to 'educate' them... does he succeed?
Keith doesn't vote, Tracy is appalled. So, what has Tracy gone and done ? Only bought in an expert to change his mind... Does she succeed?
Author Louise O 'Neill chats to Louise about the challenges of dating when you are one of the faces of Irish Feminism, how she has coped with being recognised and how she is feeling in the aftermath of the #MeToo revelations.
Louise caught up with Angela down in her family home in Meath and talked about growing up among four girls, her big break in London and the most exciting news of her life !
Louise talks to stand up comedienne and writer Maeve Higgins about life in America , her successful Podcast Series “Maeve in America “ and what made her go there in the first place
Louise talks to Journalist Una Mullally about how she came to be the “ bad ass journalist” she is today and how she managed to get through her work on the Equality Marriage Campaign while simultaneously being treated for