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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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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.

    If You Unplug The Fridge, You Can Still Eat The Ham Tomorrow

    If You Unplug The Fridge, You Can Still Eat The Ham Tomorrow

    Suzanne gives PJ a present because he was texting her about the end of the world. He drowned his sorrows in all the whisky. Suzanne is cranky, fed up with people. Phil the DPD driver is the only good one left. PJ was involved in a car crash. We learn about teaspoon fulls of babies. And, related, we learn about vasectomies. PJ's pal gives the doctor the wrong sample. Men are a much simpler system. People are pass-remarkable about Suzanne's belly.  There's talk about family and adoption and all sorts of stuff, sure look, it's Dubland, get it #inurears. 

    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)

    • 48 min
    Up The Nose Round The Corner

    Up The Nose Round The Corner

    Dubland is back and back to talking about poor old Paul Mescal's biology. Suzanne also makes an ethical defence for preventing a portion of society from accessing healthcare. There's the latest turn in Dubland's on point reaction to Covid-19. Suzanne gets a Covid test, it's great fun, although, she must reiterate, she didn't need one. PJ is incredulous at the description of the test. PJ compares pregnancy to a banned extreme sport. There's a ken doll. PJ tells us about the skip he hired and the improvement in the house thereafter. Leaks are literally impossible to fix so PJ has to shower with a plumber. There's some classic PJ about half an hour in. There are new rules for what goodies kids are allowed to eat. It's interesting. Suzanne is bringing her kids up to be Evian drinking Divas, and the grannies are no help. There's a bit about sports books, and running and sore body parts. It's Dubland! Be Grand.

    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 6 min
    Dubland meets Doireann Garrihy

    Dubland meets Doireann Garrihy

    Dubland meets Doireann Garrihy and quickly delve deep into PJ's bowel movements, or lack thereof. Eventually we get around to Doireann and the talk moves to being busy and how busy we should be and what the pandemic has taught us about taking a breath. They talk about moving in with your fella or missus, especially during a pandemic. Suzanne and PJ starts organising Doireann's wedding, which she quickly puts a stop to, seeing as she's not engaged or getting married. So they talk about comedy, how Doireann got her start, and what else she might do. A few months down the road and we're back to the nudity in Normal People. They talk about Doireann's podcast, The Laughs of Your Life. They get a bit deep about how great and friendly Doireann is but also how difficult it is to be in the public eye and put up with criticisms. Things get emotional and confusing when talking about dogs. Doireann is advised by Suzanne and PJ to just steal a set in RTE and starting making a TV show. We end with an inspirational moment from PJ.

    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 10 min
    Little Rat Nibblers and a Little Piece for The Herald

    Little Rat Nibblers and a Little Piece for The Herald

    PJ has absolutely nothing to do, he's living in the privilege of pure boredom. He's like a cardboard human at a baseball game. He then goes off on Leeds FC, and makes a ballsy wager on their losses. Who would rob a dead man's heart? There's some Irish history in this episode and some of the gossip of great Irish authors and their meanderings. Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, James Connolly and the Queen of Tarts all make appearances. There are ghosts and banshees and the possibility of the dead not being dead. Suddenly we're jolted back to modern times as there's a gift from Kilkenny! PJ's PA (Suzanne) has some updates on his house saga... what about the log cabin? Anyway, she gives him another week of dodging before he has to get back on getting his act together. Social anxiety creeps into the Kane/Donnelly household. Suzanne becomes the face of pandemic maternity life. Little piece for the Herald. They move on to ballin' over Big School. What's the difference between a boy baby and a girl baby? Suzanne learns some biology. 

    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 9 min
    I'd Burn The Place Down If I Thought I'd Get Away With It

    I'd Burn The Place Down If I Thought I'd Get Away With It

    A back to school special with Suzanne and PJ. We get a good sense of your Dubland hosts at school age. Suzanne's kids decide that school/creche are no longer as important as sleep. PJ updates us on the Communion we've been hearing about for weeks. We learn new things about the celebrity status of his nephew. Suzanne tried to make her peace with the Lord as a seven year old and PJ tells us how he left the school he hated in a blaze of glory. There's a barnstormer of a revelation about hands in pants. PJ waxes lyrical about his elevated level of boredom. He does get kind of assaulted, which is interesting enough. Suzanne for her part gets attacked by fireworks, the Gards say it's grand. Should we be using the word 'Staycation'? An intellectual debate ensues. There's some Covid talk and loads of other bits and pieces, it is Dubland afterall. Enjoy it!

    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 5 min
    Harry Kane's Jaw and Richard Gere as a Gerbiller

    Harry Kane's Jaw and Richard Gere as a Gerbiller

    Suzanne makes the case for a percentage of Harry Kane's fortune by way of close family relations. PJ shoots it down using irrefutable biology. Maiden names get the once over as do myths of rock and roll lechery. There's more biology then, of the unmistakably female kind, including a trip to Benidorm. PJ is a week into his holidays and he's bored stiff. He finds himself doing bizarre things in his shed. He has returned to Instagram and Suzanne instantly informs him that she thought his dogs were dead and he was "soft around the edges". PJ can't be bothered with the mortgage thing anymore, he's going to build a log cabin. Having said that, he panics when trying to get a skip so we'll see what happens. Suzanne, who can handle things, has some craic with ovens and Dysons. There's Jim Corr, Jedward, the Irish Government's Golfgate. There's loads here, as usual, just listen to it.

    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 8 min

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