61 episodes

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Parenting is tough. It's also hilarious, annoying, brilliant craic, dangerous and soul destroying in small, and sometimes big measures. This podcast is for all the Dads and Mums who know this all too well, or indeed for anyone thinking of becoming a parent, or anyone who knows a parent. Caked in snot and puke this is the unvarnished truth of being a Dad.

Featuring the ramblings of Adrian Barry, Nathan Murphy, Dave McIntyre and Ger Gilroy, the Dadcast will examine the worst excesses of sleep deprivation, unruly toddlers, inopportune poohs and escaping from the trap of middle age spread.

Publishing weekly every Tuesday, or whenever the kids’ chicken pox allows, the Dadcast welcomes your feedback however tangential or nappy-brained. dadcast@offtheball.com for your comments, advice and sleeping tablets, or tweet the Dads @dadcastpod

Dadcast - Misadventures in parenting Dadcast

    • Comedy
    • 4.8, 6 Ratings

So we're still going 30-odd episodes in - feel free to start at the start or dip in and out. We love you either way. If you like anything you hear, or indeed have questions you can just leave a review by clicking here (https://itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/dadcast-misadventures-in-parenting/id1437650268?mt=2) .

Parenting is tough. It's also hilarious, annoying, brilliant craic, dangerous and soul destroying in small, and sometimes big measures. This podcast is for all the Dads and Mums who know this all too well, or indeed for anyone thinking of becoming a parent, or anyone who knows a parent. Caked in snot and puke this is the unvarnished truth of being a Dad.

Featuring the ramblings of Adrian Barry, Nathan Murphy, Dave McIntyre and Ger Gilroy, the Dadcast will examine the worst excesses of sleep deprivation, unruly toddlers, inopportune poohs and escaping from the trap of middle age spread.

Publishing weekly every Tuesday, or whenever the kids’ chicken pox allows, the Dadcast welcomes your feedback however tangential or nappy-brained. dadcast@offtheball.com for your comments, advice and sleeping tablets, or tweet the Dads @dadcastpod

    Restaurants, Masks and back to school - the dad's wrestle with a mediocre new normal

    Restaurants, Masks and back to school - the dad's wrestle with a mediocre new normal

    Leave us a rating on iTunes and we'll do a live reading of the best and worst ones in a few weeks. Thanks for your support! Email dadcast@offtheball.com with all your complaints. Or the BAI, we don't care.

    • 49 min
    Dad where do babies come from? How do they get in there?

    Dad where do babies come from? How do they get in there?

    Thanks for downloading - an aul rating on Apple Podcasts would help a tonne. Or email us, tweet us @dadcastpod and we'll pick that up too.

    • 44 min
    Dreaming of divorce - literally not metaphorically

    Dreaming of divorce - literally not metaphorically

    Blame the Covid for divorce dreams, right? Not aspiring for one, just to be quick here. This is a conversation about divorce inspired by a listener who emailed dadcast@offtheball.com with a grim enough story. But don't worry there's loads of funny bits too. I swear.

    • 54 min
    I'm not a performing monkey - why scheduling sex isn't for everyone

    I'm not a performing monkey - why scheduling sex isn't for everyone

    This is the week where the dads segue from a conversation about sex to getting the kids back to school. There might be some psychic connection between having the kids around all the time and the urgency of this conversation.

    • 50 min
    Death in the time of Covid-19

    Death in the time of Covid-19

    The hardest show the Dads have done yet.

    • 35 min
    Go back and clean up the Pooh! A park-emergency and a delinquent Dad

    Go back and clean up the Pooh! A park-emergency and a delinquent Dad

    The Dad's are putting together a survival guide for lockdown parenting. And just surviving.

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

C.Minchin ,

Funny because its true

Painfully honest, hilariously funny and totally relatable discussion between a group of lads. Im glad to realise that some of these situations have not just happened to me.

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