67 episodes

Everywhere we go is a weekly podcast which is presented by Rebecca Kelly. Rebecca, a mother of you two girls opens up her home to her guests and brings you real stories from real people with topics that have impacted families all over Ireland, and their experiences will stay with you forever.
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Everywhere We Go Rebecca Kelly

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 73 Ratings

Everywhere we go is a weekly podcast which is presented by Rebecca Kelly. Rebecca, a mother of you two girls opens up her home to her guests and brings you real stories from real people with topics that have impacted families all over Ireland, and their experiences will stay with you forever.
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    Conor Ryan

    Conor Ryan

    On this week's episode, I sit down with Conor Ryan.
    This has probably been the most anticipated episode to date. Conor talks to me about growing up as an only child and how that has made him into the man he is today.
    We talk about responsible influencing and we also talk about trolls and when they cross the line and the negative impact they can have.
    On a personal note, this was a lovely podcast to record and I truly hope you enjoy it.

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    • 56 min
    Monique Carrick

    Monique Carrick

    On this weeks episode I sit down with Monique Carrick, this is one of the most courages episodes to date, courages because Monique had to overcome the shame she felt in her body and make the decision to show the world her authentic self by transitioning into a woman.
    She talks to me about her struggles with her identity and how this sent her down a path of self destruction. She talks to me about her mothers intervention, a stint in the Rutland centre and the first night she dressed as a woman.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Darryl Cahill

    Darryl Cahill

    On this weeks episode I sit down with Darryl Cahill as soo as we started talking I immediately know I was going to really like him.
    Darryl tells me about growing up in Darndale, his love for horses and family he talks to me about the sudden death of his cousin John John, and the tragic death of his brother Robert.
    As Darryl tells me about a memory that he plays over and over agin in his head a bird flew into my window and we took it as a sign that Rob was letting Daryl know it was ok.

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Jennifer Carroll

    Jennifer Carroll

    On this week's episode, I sit down with Jennifer Carroll.
    Jennifer’s, Jens journey Instagram account has amassed over 100k followers.
    Jen has been on some journey, a journey paved with violence, physical and emotional abuse, isolation but determination. It also gave her her son Carter and it was the thought of a threat to Carter that Jen knew she had to get away!
    Looking back it’s incredible how strong Jen was. Now back in Ireland safe happy and 12-stone lighter Jen is an inspiration to many. I have so grateful to you Jen for allowing me to share your story. 

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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Jordan Burnett

    Jordan Burnett

    On this weeks episode I sit down with Jordan Burnett.
    On the 22nd March Jordan’s brother Killian passed away at just 15yrs of age, he died of an asthma attack.
    Killian was let down by the HSE he was waiting 3yrs for an appointment to see a specialist and on the day of his appointment they were told it was cancelled. Killian died just one month later. 
    This was the rawest podcast I have ever recorded. My heart is completely broken for Jordan and his family. 
    Jordan is the most wonderful brother, father and son and will be forever in my thoughts. #justiceforkillian

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    • 29 min
    Alison & Amy

    Alison & Amy

    On this week's episode, I sit down with Amy and Alison Myler! These two became an overnight sensation when Amy started to document her mum's journey to Turkey for new teeth, this is full-on belly
    Laughs with some serious topics thrown in between.

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    • 1 hr 24 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

Stacey Stout ,

Lady is amazing

Love love the podcasts ❤️ this women is amazing everything she does she’s so kind ❤️

dubmea ,

One of my favourites

A podcast that will have you smiling and in tears. It’s full of very powerful human stories and Rebecca empathetic style really gets people to open up. Her guests have gone through such adversity and have picked themselves back up. It really just teaches you to drop the judgement and see the person. Looking forward to more episodes

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 ❤️

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