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The Women's Podcast, hosted by Kathy Sheridan & Róisín Ingle.

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The Women's Podcast, hosted by Kathy Sheridan & Róisín Ingle.

    Ep 391 Angela Scanlon & Razan Ibraheem

    Ep 391 Angela Scanlon & Razan Ibraheem

    In this episode, Syrian born journalist Razan Ibraheem spoke to Róisín Ingle about adjusting to this new life under lockdown and the importance of maintaining a routine each day. With the first case of coronavirus confirmed in Syria nearly three weeks ago, Razan discusses the disastrous impact the outbreak may have on her home country.
    Also, Irish TV presenter Angela Scanlon joined Róisín from her home in London which she shares with her husband Roy and their two year old daughter Ruby. She spoke to Róisín about the power of gratitude, the joys of baking bread with her mum over Instagram and her brand new RTE chat show, ‘Ask Me Anything’ which like lots of things is "up in the air at the moment".

    • 48 Min.
    Ep 390 Pandemic Pantry - Roz Purcell & Catherine Cleary

    Ep 390 Pandemic Pantry - Roz Purcell & Catherine Cleary

    Today’s episode is all about food, glorious food. Róisín Ingle caught up with food blogger Roz Purcell, to talk about her new fundraiser "Feasta: A Homecooking Collection of Recipes for the Mater and Mercy Hospitals". It's a gorgeous pdf cookbook available to download for €5, and it was specifically developed to help the frontline staff working to fight against Covid-19, with proceeds going to the Mater Hospital and the Mercy Hospital.

    Also, Irish Times restaurant critic Catherine Cleary spoke to Róisín about her brand new podcast, The Comfort Feed and shared the secret of how to recreate a Big Mac at home. Irish Times contributor Tanya Sweeney was also on the line to tell us how she’s getting on under lockdown in Stoneybatter with her fiancé and toddler: "The first few weeks felt like we were in a tumble dryer, we didn’t know what way was up".


    Link to Roz’s GoFundMe:
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/get-cooking-for-good?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet

    • 46 Min.
    Ep 389 On Call For Ireland & Home Beauty Hacks

    Ep 389 On Call For Ireland & Home Beauty Hacks

    In this episode, Róisín Ingle spoke with Dr. Zoë Lynch, a young Irish doctor who has just returned home to Ireland having spent the last two years living and working in Australia. After hearing the HSE’s plea for medical professionals to “be on call for Ireland”, Zoë dropped everything and set about trying to get the next flight home. Zoë was instrumental in organising the flight which brought over ninety young Irish doctors back to Ireland to work in hospitals around the country.

    Also Irish Times beauty writer Laura Kennedy joined Róisín to discuss some much needed self care and beauty hacks. Speaking from her apartment in London, Laura revealed what life is like under lockdown in a city of nearly nine million people. She also had lots of tips for chipped shellacs, dodgy roots and unwanted fuzz.

    • 45 Min.
    Ep 388 Home Schooling & Direct Provision In Lockdown

    Ep 388 Home Schooling & Direct Provision In Lockdown

    In this episode, Róisín Ingle spoke with Precious Matumba who lives in direct provision in Mosney. Precious arrived in Ireland from Zimbabwe in 2018 with her two children, who are now in second and third class. She spoke to Róisín about Lockdown Life and her fears for those in the direct provision system.

    Also, Róisín’s 10 year old twin daughters Joya and Priya shared their homeschooling experience so far: “Covid-19 is trying to make us sad, but we just turn it around and say, well we just get to spend more time with our families”

    Finally author and journalist Jen Hogan spoke to Róisín about homeschooling her seven children. It’s quite the challenge for Jen, who is also trying to juggle a busy work schedule, but she's managing it like a pro.

    • 45 Min.
    Ep 387 Sinéad O’Connor & Rosemary Smith

    Ep 387 Sinéad O’Connor & Rosemary Smith

    In this episode, Róisín Ingle spoke to music legend Sinéad O’Connor, who is on lockdown at her home in Bray with members of her family including her sons and two grandchildren. Sinéad has just returned from the USA after her American tour was cancelled due to the pandemic. She spoke to Roisín from the cabin in her garden about corona beards, self isolation, her spiritual side and how music and Netflix are helping her in these strange times.

    Róisín also caught up with 82 year old Rosemary Smith. The former racing driver, Rosemary is taking social distancing in her stride, enjoying a glass of wine each evening in the garden with her neighbours. Also, Kathy Sheridan was on the line to tell us how she’s been getting on over the last week at home with her daughter in Kildare.

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    Ep 386 Lockdown Life: Rome, Dublin and Waterford

    Ep 386 Lockdown Life: Rome, Dublin and Waterford

    In this episode, Róisín Ingle spoke to three women about how life has changed since the outbreak of the coronavirus. Irish Times journalist Jennifer O'Connell lives in Waterford and has all the latest statistics on Covid-19 in Ireland. She also shared some insights into the right and wrong way to do 'social distancing'. Meanwhile, MJ O'Brien is a 71 year old living in Dublin city centre, she spoke to Róisin about surviving these surreal times as an older woman on her own. Finally, Romana Testesecca from Watermelon Fitness spoke to Róisín about life under lockdown in Rome and how her daily online fitness classes are spreading joy to the wider community. We want to know what you’d like us to cover on the podcast so get in touch on twitter or facebook @itwomenspodcast or email us on thewomenspodcast@irishtimes.com We’re in this together.

    • 58 Min.

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