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Going forward in a world with new buzz words like fluid situations, the new normal and we remain cautious, a time where so many people are looking for the answers to the big questions. In the Everywhere We Go podcast I am simply asking you to look back, relive past moments from your childhood, tell your stories, share your memories, perhaps it will lead you to rekindle lost friendships. Growing up in Moatview Courts made me the person I am today, I had the best mates and we have some stories and I wanted to share those stories with you in the hope that you will hear a bit of your own in ours and just maybe you will want to share them with my audience and I. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Everywhere We Go Rebecca Kelly

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 51 Ratings

Going forward in a world with new buzz words like fluid situations, the new normal and we remain cautious, a time where so many people are looking for the answers to the big questions. In the Everywhere We Go podcast I am simply asking you to look back, relive past moments from your childhood, tell your stories, share your memories, perhaps it will lead you to rekindle lost friendships. Growing up in Moatview Courts made me the person I am today, I had the best mates and we have some stories and I wanted to share those stories with you in the hope that you will hear a bit of your own in ours and just maybe you will want to share them with my audience and I. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Fiona

    Fiona

    Trigger warning this weeks episode we talk about suicide. On this week's episode I sit down with Fiona Sheridan. Fiona talks to me about her Kieth Kieth by all means was a wonderful man, he was the life and soul and a person you want to be around to have a good time but, Keith suffered with his mental health. His anxiety destroyed his life.As a boyfriend and a husband he doted over Fiona and they traveled the world together and was always by her side. A breakdown and later struggles with conceiving, IVI and possibly IVF put huge pressures on them both and resulted in Keith dying before they had the chance to conceive.There is no anger in Fiona, she knows now that Keith is free, she is consumed by the memories of Keith but won’t talk about what ifs. She is now trying to find yourself again going forward without Keith and their imperfectly perfect life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 2 hrs 11 min
    Sabrina Hill

    Sabrina Hill

    On this week's episode, I sit down with Sabrina Hill. Sabrina is one of the hardest-working people I know. She’s a business owner, a single mum and a TV personality but above all, she is a wonderful person. I ask Sabrina about her life before Instagram, becoming pregnant on Aaron and why she got into hairdressing, and her journey to Kopper.  Sabrina tells me about her ups and downs and how CBT therapy saved her life in her 20s and the lessons she has learned that have made it to the Sabrina she is today.  We talk about her people, her ride or die her friends and we chat about her lovely parents Sabrina‘s attitude is infectious and I know the best is yet to come. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Patrick James

    Patrick James

    On this weeks episode I sit down with Patrick James. From the moment I met Patrick he had me in stitches but behind his fabulous personality lies a horrific story of a house fire that left 33% of his body burnt. While Patrick was left was physical scars his parents suffered mentally and turned to alcohol which resulted in all four children taken into care. When Patrick‘s father died shortly afterwards, Patrick‘s mother gave up the alcohol and worked to get all the children back but making the ultimate sacrifice with the baby of the family. Patrick tells me about finding solace in stage school and then going on to win the voice of Ireland, as I said Patrick is simply fabulous he has never let his life tragedies define him as he says there’s no point in going through it all to end up living in the past. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Jennifer & Rosie

    Jennifer & Rosie

    On this week’s episode I sit down with Jennifer Fay and her daughter Rosie.Jennifer and Rosie at ultimate survivors and in this episode Jennifer opens up for the very first time not only about Rosie‘s illness but also some of the horrors she experience in her own life.A distressing relationship that nearly killed her, and alcohol dependency as a result of this and the loss of not only one or two other siblings but, a chance meeting on the North Strand turned her life around forever.Pregnant soon after meeting James they went on to have not only one but two children and on her second child Rosie, who after four months was diagnosed with hydrocephalus Jennifer strength and resilience shone when she was told Rosie would never will never be a normal baby that she would never walk or talk, on the 31st of July Rosie completed a 5K channel challenge with her friends and family cheering around as she cross the finish line See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 2 hrs 14 min
    Dwayne & Karl

    Dwayne & Karl

    On this week’s episode I sit down with Dwayne Edgar and Karl Taffe, cofounders of the inner-city Running club.There is a certain je ne sais quoi about these lads and you would be wrong for saying it’s far from je ne sais quoi they were reared but that’s exactly how they were reared.What these two guys have cannot be taught in any school but in the community they were brought up, in the flats in Dublin’s inner city.Dwayne and Karl are two of the cleverest, determined young man I have ever met and I thoroughly enjoyed sitting down with them as they spoke about their club and how their members have become friends and family and, how the running club has helped them become the people they are today.Two messers, this conversation is full of laughs but also from the heart this isn’t just any running club, this is the In The Inner city running club. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Katie

    Katie

    On this week’s episode I sit down with Katie Keyes. This is Katie’s first time to sit down to talk about April story and her nervous laughter come through as a coping mechanism as she articulates April’s journey. Just before April’s third birthday, she is diagnosed with neuroblastoma. The treatment plan resulted in April been cancer free in the January, only to relapse in the match and 14 days after her seventh birthday April suffered a massive stroke on Friday the 13th 2019. Katie was extremely nervous going into this and it took a lot for her to sit down with me but she handled it with so much strength and courage. Stay strong Katie, I will always keep you, April and Graham in my thoughts and prayers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 2 hrs 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

sarah rosie h ,

Brilliant Podcast

I love listening to other peoples stories always have and Rebecca has such a warm and sincere way in getting her guests to open up I have recommended the podcast to all my friends ❤️

d1265 ,

Amazing

Love it Rebecca.. look forward to a lot more in the future XX

Caroline (Limerick) ,

Class

One of the best podcasts to listen to, please start season 3 soon x

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