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Champion Green: The Herb Garden
Reporter Barry Whyte travelled to Naul in Co. Dublin to visit The Herb Garden
Champion Green is campaigning to turn this ‘Black Friday weekend’ green! A reminder that we should all try to support local in the run up to Christmas. You can pledge your support at championgreen.ie. Supported by Kilkenny Design and Visa in association with Retail Excellence, Small Firms Association, and Chambers Ireland
Laura Smith from Naturist Cleaner UK joined Sean on the show.
We continue our look back at the 20 most influential moments of the last 20 years, today we look at Climate Change.
Sophie Miller Ocean Rebellion activist joined Sean on the show
Scoff: A History of Food and Class
Fascinating social history of food in Britain, Pen Vogler examines the origins of our eating habits and reveals how they are loaded with centuries of class prejudice.
Covering such topics as fish and chips, roast beef, avocados, tripe, fish knives and the surprising origins of breakfast, Scoff reveals how Britain have become experts at using eating habits to make judgements about social background. Pen Vogler author of 'Scoff: A History of Food and Class' joins Sean on the show.
The 20 Most Influential Moments of the Last 20 Years
We continue our look at the 20 most influential moments of the last 20 years with the rise of the smartphone and social media with dating expert Charly Lester
Ivana Bacik: Labour's New Citizenship Bill
Ivana Bacik speaks to Sean about Labour's New Citizenship Bill
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TV in the radio?
Where has TV ON THE RADIO gone from the podcasts? It hasn’t been included for the past 2 weeks. Please bring it back!
Updates Are Sporadic
So you think you’re and adult is a brilliant item, genuinely funny and engaging but it sporadically added to the list. It’s a shame. Amanda Brunker should be a regular on the show; she and Sean have a great rapport.
You’re lucky to get one podcast a week