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Suzanne Kane & PJ Gallagher have teamed up to bring you a weekly Dubland Podcast! Suzanne & PJ give their take on the week which usually includes a rant from PJ, they award their "Hero of the Week" and Animal facts.

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    • 4.9, 474 Ratings

Suzanne Kane & PJ Gallagher have teamed up to bring you a weekly Dubland Podcast! Suzanne & PJ give their take on the week which usually includes a rant from PJ, they award their "Hero of the Week" and Animal facts.

    A Bed Is a Scam. Nobody Needs A Bed.

    A Bed Is a Scam. Nobody Needs A Bed.

    This week there’s a gift from a fan, two gifts in fact. Difficult for PJ, who “hates owning things”. He’s clearing out his house but has gone a bit Marie Kondo, or maybe he’s just lost it. He doesn’t want to own anything - no need for a bed, or a table, sure just eat off your lap. Suzanne has strong feelings about not eating at a table. She’s less upset then you’d imagine about turning 40, though. There’s talk of botox. 

    The chat moves on to pregnancy and the miracle of modern ultrasound scans, before things get very off topic on the relative merits of Cadbury’s chocolate and the problems with ordering a pint of milk. The episode finishes up with some outrage directed at Dublin GAA over the price of watching matches online.... and the wonders of Senekot.

    Now, go buy a t-shirt and enjoy Dubland. (https://www.headstuff.org/shop/) This episode is sponsored by The UX Design Institute. (https://www.uxdesigninstitute.com/dubland)  

     

     

     

     

    • 53 min
    45 Year Old Gutter Belly

    45 Year Old Gutter Belly

    PJ is struggling so Suzanne goes to the trusty Dubland audience and Dr. Google to diagnose him. PJ turns to Smithwicks. How are we getting on with the virus now? Judging by previous attitudes from your hosts you might guess where they are now... but I wouldn't bet your house on these yoyos. Suzanne stalks PJ in Howth. Suzanne gets more free stuff, PJ is suitably perturbed. There's talk about food and being/not being a foodie. An ad starring PJ from the 90s is uncovered. They get deep into the Dublin footballer Dean Rock 'controversy', they totally sort that out, Dubland style. They move on to full kit people. People just want to have craic, according to PJ, but they do not want any of the craic to set themselves as the target. There's a good conversation about mental health and the attitudes of people online. It's a very open, honest and raw conversation by the end. It's great stuff. Look, there's absolutely loads here. Go buy a t-shirt and enjoy Dubland. (https://www.headstuff.org/shop/)

    This episode is sponsored by The UX Design Institute. (https://www.uxdesigninstitute.com/dubland)

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Well Armed For Sh*tty Dog Lips

    Well Armed For Sh*tty Dog Lips

    Dubland begins this week with some music that Suzanne and PJ are listening to at the moment. Which sets PJ off on a rant about Irish rappers. He then heads off to the right place for a meal but ends up getting 'done'. They talk about Covid-19, where we are now, and whether or not we're all fecked, one way or another. This leads to PJ's theory that we're in the midst of an epidemic of human excrement, and it unleashes wild accusations against our canine friends. For those who can still eat after that there's more cheescake talk. PJ thinks the government should be taxing six year olds, and he skimps out on giving a few quid to his nephew. There's a lesson to be learned from Zacchaeus. Cheating in relationships when it comes to Netflix and ordering takeaway, gets sorted out, Dubland style. Suzanne blames World War 1 for our pandemic crisis and then there's a heartfelt plea for people to look after their mental health and look after each other. The Dublanders are sound, at the end of the day.

    This episode is sponsored by The UX Design Institute (https://www.uxdesigninstitute.com/dubland) .

    • 1 hr 6 min
    It Takes Two Years To Break In A Pair of Cacks

    It Takes Two Years To Break In A Pair of Cacks

    The mint milkshakes from McDonald's turned kids green and Sunny D made them orange. Good for bereavement though, which is something. PJ confesses his love for "Dallas" and Funderland. The episode is a nostalgia fest for the first while. There's breaking news on the word 'Culchie'. They serve the wrong chips in Lahinch but overall it's a great place altogether, down in the Clares. The pair of love gurus talk about relationships and sexuality and sort it all out once and for all. PJ turns into a classic barfly and Suzanne wades briefly into the battle of big financial tech. Hotel breakfasts in the time of the so-called New Normal, the good, the bad and the ugly of buffet or not systems. The age old question of what is better, Sex or a Cup of Tea, is finally answered, conclusively. The saga of PJ vs Gym continues. Socks, odd socks and 20 year old underwear. Sports fans in their full kits on tour. Dubland keeps the world spinning and sorts it all out as it goes, don't even worry about it, buy a t-shirt (https://www.headstuff.org/shop/) , good luck!

    • 1 hr 14 min
    You Dildo of a Man

    You Dildo of a Man

    PJ gives out to Suzanne again. We need to be afraid of everything now. PJ gets a McDonald's but Suzanne, despite her joy at the news, has a few issues with how he went about it. Kanye West is running for president, which is great news for the podcast. Suzanne meets a Covid Denier and she also had a bad cheesecake, they end up talking about soggy bottoms again. PJ has gone DEEP on the Below Deck, he's now spending money on it, it's all Suzanne's fault. She is watching Normal People now. They talk at length about their naked bodies and all the riding. There's talk about how people dealt with lockdown, whether it was over eating, drinking, or just straight up freaking out. They talk vaccines from the pessimistic and optimistic points of view. Look, it's Dubland, buy some t-shirts! (https://www.headstuff.org/shop/)

    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Bottom Needs to be Moist and Crumbly and Firm and Soggy 

    The Bottom Needs to be Moist and Crumbly and Firm and Soggy 

    PJ has lost the plot altogether. Here's what happen, for those of you really paying attention, you'll remember that last week Suzanne called PJ skinny. Well, that ignorant attempt at a compliment has thrown him completely off the rails. So inflated was PJ's ego in regards to his invincible body that he lost himself in cheesecake, alcohol and Haribo jellies. The episode starts with a fatty breakdown of PJ's sugar intake. The perennial question of "which crisp is best for a crisp sandwich?" is well and truly answered. The lockdown is easing, so there are pubs, hairdressers... excitement ensues. 

    We've been talking about this for months now, but plans for Suzanne's big birthday are evolving. There's talk about Zoom-calling in to restaurants for parties, and people calling to your house without forewarning you - are these the world's worst people? You'll be happy to know there are tips to dispose of them in this sage episode. Young PJ thought he was He-Man, and in a lucky incident in which he didn't die, he relates a story about the parenting and the DIY homecare of his childhood years. There's mass at home, Camp Jesus, magic carpets, there's a Hero of the Week, Highlight of the Week, and we've reached peak Cancel Culture. PJ almost has a heart attack live on air. It's an electric episode of Dubland, you're going to love it. Let us know on the social medias if you do. Good luck to ya!

    This episode is sponsored by The UX Design Institute (https://www.uxdesigninstitute.com/dubland) . 

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
474 Ratings

474 Ratings

danj661 ,

Awesome

These guys never let you down if your feeling low, angry or happy they will leave you with a smile on your face and thoughts in your head.

An absolute must listen

Love you guys xx

Beaut10 ,

Love it!

Am a little bit in love with PJ and Suzanna ❤️❤️

chrisbraddars123 ,

Dubland

You guys are the best.
Thank you
Stick it up your ear holes! 😀
Chris sunderland

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