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Nailing the day with her distinctive dose of humour and edge Jenn Zed tells it like it is and hears it back for real from the listeners and guests every weekday morning. Tune in weekdays 9am-12 on RTÉ 2FM.

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    • Society & Culture

Nailing the day with her distinctive dose of humour and edge Jenn Zed tells it like it is and hears it back for real from the listeners and guests every weekday morning. Tune in weekdays 9am-12 on RTÉ 2FM.

    Dr Michael Murray on Gut Health

    Dr Michael Murray on Gut Health

    Dr. Michael Murray is one of the world's leading authorities on Natural Medicine having published over 30 books on natural health, remedies & nutrition. He is in Ireland to launch a new sustainable fish oil supplement called ‘Aqua Biome’ and tells Jen all about it.

    • 10 min
    Sex Therapy with Rachel Cooke - Impact of 50 Shades

    Sex Therapy with Rachel Cooke - Impact of 50 Shades

    This week sex therapist Rachel Cooke discusses the impact 50 Shades Of Grey had on people's sex lives.

    • 10 min
    Effy Murphy on Body Positivity

    Effy Murphy on Body Positivity

    We were speaking about the Body Positivity Movement on the show today. Effy Murphy lost 100 pounds after being forced to confront her obesity. She speaks to Jen about the difference between loving yourself and risking your own health?

    • 12 min
    True Crime with Sophie White- Dr Harold Shipman

    True Crime with Sophie White- Dr Harold Shipman

    This week Sophie tells Jen all about Dr Harold Shipman

    • 10 min
    DWTS First Elimination - Yewande Biala

    DWTS First Elimination - Yewande Biala

    Yewande Biala was the first contestant to be eliminated on Dancing With The Stars, she joins Jen in studio with her partner, pro dancer Stephen Vincent.

    • 10 min
    Eileen McHugh and Tony O’Reilly

    Eileen McHugh and Tony O’Reilly

    Tony and Eileen have come up with an initiative where Hair stylists and barbers in the Balymun area have teamed up for Hair Together in support of the Setanta BEST programme, which is aimed at training 14 to 17-year-olds in hairdressing to steer them away from trouble.

    • 7 min

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