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The HeadStuff Podcast Network's Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.

Personality Bingo with Tom Moran HeadStuff Podcasts

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 21 Ratings

The HeadStuff Podcast Network's Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.

    Danielle Galligan Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Danielle Galligan Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Danielle Galligan is an actress, theatre-maker and poet. On television, she is known for her role in the Netflix series, Shadow and Bone. In 2022, she was also nominated for an IFTA for her performance in the film, Lakeland (due for release this coming May). A graudate of The Lir, Danielle's other notable credits include, Kin (RTE), Obituary (RTE), Game of Thrones (HBO), The Train (Abbey Theatre), Lyrics (Theatre Upstairs), and Gym Swim Party (Dublin Fringe), All Honey (New Theatre) and much, much more. Stay in touch @daniellegalligan on Instagram.
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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Bressie Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Bressie Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Niall Breslin is one of Ireland’s most formidable and inspiring mental health advocates and public speakers. An active polymath, he is also a bestselling author, podcaster, musician, philanthropist, and a former professional athlete. 
    Niall’s personal experience has informed his journey to becoming a leading figure in mindfulness for individuals and organisations. He works alongside and shares his expertise with a diverse range of clients and audiences, including Apple, Google, international NGOs, and The European Parliament.
    Niall has completed degrees in both Economics and Sociology, a Masters Degree in Mindfulness Based Interventions from University College Dublin, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College Of Surgeons.
    As founder and Creative Director of the mental health advocacy charity A Lust for Life, Niall has further contributed significantly to his standing as a key figure in the evolving conversation around mental health in Ireland. His work in establishing this organisation and driving its mission has led to numerous social entrepreneurship awards including the prestigious Social Entrepreneur Ireland Impact award, The Social Innovation Fund and the Google Impact Award. For more information visit:   www.alustforlife.com
    Currently undertaking his PhD, Niall holds an MSc in mindfulness based interventions, bachelor’s degrees in economics and sociology, a higher certificate in performance psychology and is an honorary fellow of both the Royal College of Surgeons and of IADT as well as a winner of the prestigious UCD Alumni award for social sciences. He is also a former professional athlete, representing Ireland and Leinster in Rugby, and an Ironman triathlete.
    Founded and hosted by Niall Breslin, the critically acclaimed and multi-award-winning “Where Is My Mind” podcast, is an immersive exploration into how we can better look after our heads and hearts in the chaos of the modern world. Niall engages in naturally vulnerable, investigative and generative conversations with philosophers, thought leaders, academics, scientists and musicians including Deepak Chopra, Moby, Edith Eger, Adam Clayton (U2) and many others. Niall’s other podcast “Wake Up Wind Down” is a twice-daily guided reflection and meditation to start and end your day. As part of Spotify’s ‘Your Daily Wellness’ playlist, the podcast reached and actively supported hundreds of thousands of global listeners during the pandemic, reaching number one in Spotify’s US health and fitness charts. It was also nominated for British podcast of the year in 2021 & 2022 and indeed won Irish daily podcast of the year in 2022.
    Niall’s passion and drive for de-stigmatising mental health, particularly amongst young people, propelled him to co-found the award-winning mental health charity “A Lust for Life”. Through their school's programme they are teaching young people to be effective guardians of their own minds and have, to date, reached over 45,000 students nationwide with the aim of being in every primary school by 2023 and embedded in the educational curriculum by 2024.
    In addition to writing his award winning memoir “Me and My Mate Jeffrey” Niall has also authored a best-selling children’s book series
    “Magic Moments” which further promotes and educates children on mindfulness, emotions and mental health. 
     
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    • 1 hr 23 min
    FELISPEAKS Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    FELISPEAKS Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    FELISPEAKS is a Nigerian-Irish Poet, Performer, Playwright from Co. Longford; currently based in Dublin City. FELISPEAKS has been nominated ‘Best Performer’ by Dublin Fringe Festival September 2018 and went on to win ‘Best Performer’ in 2022. As well as being a Member of the Poetry Ireland Board of Directors appointed June 2020, Felicia is a member of the Poetry Collective, WeAreGriot. FELISPEAKS is an Artist-in-Residence with Axis Ballymun and Visual Carlow, in addition to being an Associate Artist with THISISPOPBABY. FELISPEAKS’ poem: ‘For Our Mothers’ is in the English Ordinary Level Leaving Cert Curriculum for examination year 2023 and 2025, as is their poem “Rainbow Blood” for 2025. In 2020, FELISPEAKS was commissioned a new piece for RTÉ’s The Big Picture on the theme of ‘the New Normal’ - this poem, entitled Still captured the minds of the nation and has been performed to audiences all over the country. Of late, FELISPEAKS has been commissioned by the Irish Repertory Theatre and Fishamble: The New Play Company for the Transatlantic Commission for Black Irish Artists. FELISPEAKS ended 2021 as an Irish Tatler Woman of the Year with a win in the Catalyst Category - which recognises a woman who has affected change in Irish society in a pivotal way. FELISPEAKS became an ambassador for Laya Health Care’s Beats TV and Media Campaign.
    In 2022, FELISPEAKS performed “ALIVE” in accompaniment with Tolü Makay’s “AYE” with Music Generation Ireland choir and the RTE Concert Orchestra live from Lough Boora , hosted by RTE ONE for Culture Night. Most recently, FELISPEAKS performed in THISISPOPBABY’s production of “WAKE” for the Dublin Fringe Festival and performed in “It’s Cool in the Shade” by Kwaku Fortune in Project Arts Centre as a part of Dublin Theatre Festival. FELISPEAKS recently collaborated with Crosscare in The Big Tree Project as a poetry and creative workshop officer.
    FELISPEAKS is currently enjoying creating poetry and performance pieces that always promise to introduce their audience to the journey of emotion in every story. Honored to share their thought processes about life’s experiences and their passions on stage; FELISPEAKS hopes to inspire thought, excitement and perspective. FELISPEAKS is eagerly awaiting the release of their upcoming single “TOUGH MEAT” - that they’ve been working on with Purgatory Studios, they are so excited to show you a new side to themselves, poetry and music like never before! 
     
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Justine Stafford Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Justine Stafford Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Justine Stafford is a comedian, actor and writer from Co. Meath, the comedian has performed in venues across Ireland as well as in 2019 and 2020 being a semi-finalist in the UK Funny Women Competition and a finalist on RTE’s Stand Up and Be Funny Competition.
    Justine is also known for her online comedy content creation with over 220k followers on tik tok and over 100k followers across her Twitter and Instagram accounts where she regularly posts comedy shorts. Justine most recently starred in the RTE comedy sketch show “No Worries If Not” as a lead cast member and writer and starred in the RTE Storyland drama “Balor Hall”. Justine developed her comic voice whilst working at http://JOE.ie as their social media presenter for over 5 years before leaving in 2021 to focus on her solo comedy career. Justine is also a contributor to one of Ireland’s largest YouTube Channel’s TRY which have over 1 million subscribers and viewers around the world.
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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Sarah Morris Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Sarah Morris Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Sarah graduated from the Lir Academy in 2015, she was last seen playing Kate O'Callaghan in ANU's production of Staging The Treaty; A Whistle in the Dark by Tom Murphy at the Abbey theatre and Constellations by Nick Payne at Gate Theatre.
    For Druid Theatre Company Sarah has appeared in Three Short Comedies (A Pound On Demand, Bedtime Story, The End Of The Beginning) by Sean O' Casey and DruidGregory (The Gaol Gate, Hyacinth Halvey, Kathleen Ní Houlihan). Other previous work includes, Walls and Windows( Abbey threatre),Venus In Fur at Project Arts Centre (Rough Magic), The Anvil, Torch (Anu); Also with Anu and the Abbey, Sarah appeared in The Lost O'Casey (Winner of the 'Best Actress Award' The Irish Times Theatre awards 2018); the Fringe First winning CLASS (The Bush Theatre London, The Traverse theatre Edinburgh), Tina's Idea of Fun (Abbey Theatre); The Bells Of (Theatre Upstairs); Lady Play (Scene and Heard Festival Smock Alley); King Lear (Second Age Theatre company)
    TV work includes Headcases(RTE 1) Inspector Jury(Octagon Films for ZDF).
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    • 1 hr 34 min
    Michael Fry Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Michael Fry Plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

    Michael is a comedian, actor and content creator from Navan, living in Dublin. He is best known for his satirical sketches and musical renditions of viral videos on Twitter and Instagram which have led to appearances at festivals and on radio and television in both Ireland and the U.K., recently appearing in Channel 4’s Derry Girls and ITV’s Holding

    Tour Dates (An Evening with Michael Fry and Killian Sundermann):
    9th of March- Monroe's, Galway 

    10th of March- Set Theatre, Kilkenny

    14th of March- 21 Soho, London

    22nd of March- Limelight, Belfast

    31st of March- City Limits, Cork

    5th of May- Spirit Store, Dundalk
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    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

toomuchtuna555 ,

The funniest conversation about love and life with two young lads

As a 48 year old woman, listening to the episode w/Paul Mescal, I was enjoying hearing two young men talking so fast and your accents are so thick. I am sure my American one is too but I don’t notice it. I was laughing about your conversation about love and life now that Paul is so famous. As my sister says: how do you make God laugh? Make a plan. The mistakes keep happening, but they are different so you don’t recognize them being the same pattern in all relationships. I thought my life would be one way, but then it went a different way and then the last 10 years it has gone around sharp corners-that I could never have expected. The biggest thing that has helped me is mindfulness meditation and read “Full catastrophe Living” by John Kabbit-Zinn. I am here for any consultation Lol. I wish I could go back to age 25. But I was so busy living then I didn’t want to stop. And I was ending a 10yr relationship then and moving to London. Whenever I have fallen for love at first site-and it has happened In ways that I think there is no way they can’t be meant to happen by energy or intuitive ways, etc, they have all been a terrible mistake. Life: it’s not for beginners-that is for sure. I am definitely still learning.

LizAlps ,

Fun, Thoughtful Show

A very easy listen and lots of fun. So far, host Tom Moran (who's constant energy and enthusiasm throughout each episode is fantastic and rare in new podcasts) has brought on some great guests who aren't afraid to be truly honest.

Honestly, you'll love it if you're looking for a solid talk radio-esque podcast or if you just want to hear Irish people say words for an hour. It's delightful either way.

pjob ,

Tom is moving on

Best wishes on your endeavors.

I feel horrible for some of your guests.

Unforgivable.

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