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Best Andrea Splendori podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Andrea Splendori podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Sinead Nolan looks after the youth and schools development for CMRF Crumlin. As a charity for Crumlin Hospital, donations are necessary for various aspects of the running of the hospital, from new equipment to new wards etc. Sinead joined CMRF after working in the corporate world for over 18 years. Keen basketball player and coach, she has been inv…
 
Mark O'Halloran is an award winning scriptwriter and actor. His works include Adam and Paul, Garage, Viva and many more for TV, Cinema as well as Theatre. In 2019 he starred with Stephen Graham in the Channel 4 miniseries The Virtues, written and directed by Shane Meadows He grew up in Ennis, Co. Clare, but move to Amsterdam, London and finally Dub…
 
Fiachna is a founding member of legendary Irish band The Hot House Flowers. They have recently released their latest album, Let's do this thing. Fiachna has also re-released his solo album, Bouganvilla. For the past 10 years he has been hosting the RTE radio show, the Late Date. A great supporter of Irish music and new musician, his show is often a…
 
Dr Caroline West is a lecturer in sexual studies in Dublin City University. She also teaches Psychology of Marketing at the International School of Business (Dublin) She recently completed her PhD focused on the experiences of women working in the American pornography industry. She is a regular contributor to various media outlets, including TV, Ra…
 
David grew up in Dublin, Ireland and has been advocating for mental health awareness for a number of years. His podcast "I sprained my mental health" deals with a number of issues seeing from a personal perspective. He has been doing a lot of charity events for the likes of Aware and other leading organisations that care for people with mental illn…
 
Charlie Ryder was born and grew up in London. Both his parents came from Ireland and his affinity with the country of his ancestors is very strong. 1993 following a demonstration against the British National Party, Charlie was sentenced to 16 months in prison, of which he served 8 for good behaviour. He wrote and performed a one man play based on h…
 
Dee Newell grew up in a small village in Co.Galway. Her love for swimming started as young girl where she found solace in the early morning pool training. She joined the army after school and her current rank is Captain. Dee enjoys challenges and after trying anything from weight lifting and body building, she completed Iron Man and triathlon race.…
 
Paddy's working life started in radio and broadcasting, but soon he found himself working in the world of wealth management and finance. Changes happen when he discover mindfulness, first as an individual practice and then as a teacher. He now runs regular events, workshops and retreats. He is also the author of "This Works, how to use mindfulness …
 
Ger Kennedy grew up in Dublin, played rugby and competed in triathlons. Following an injury to his knees and hips he was advised to try sea swimming in cold water. What started as a pain relief became a new found love for long distance swimming and ice swimming. Ger will be swimming in Antartica in February 2020 leading a international group of swi…
 
Aidan grew up on a farm on the outskirts of Killarney, Co. Kerry. Kerry's tradition and love for Gaelic Football goes deep into the DNA of its people and playing for your county is the dream of most young men growing up there. Aidan played for Kerry for 14 years, captained the side and won the coveted All Ireland Cup five times. He has been describ…
 
Claire ventured into the world of freediving just a few years ago. In 2019 she participated in the World Championships, the only Irish person to do so, and set and Irish record. Her quest for a better acknowledgement and support for the sport is only getting started and she has plans for more competitions at international levels in the months to co…
 
Rebecca lives in New York five years ago was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. She has been chronicling her battle with the disease on social media and that helped her coping with the it as well as finding new friends and supporters. Rebecca is very positive in her approach to fighting cancer and candid account of her journey is inspirin…
 
Jonathan Smith is a Dubliner through and through. Born in the same building as poet Patrick Kavanagh and GAA football fan forever, Jonathan opened his coffee shop ERNESTO, in the Dublin suburb of Rathmines, with the view of creating a sustainable business that could contribute to the community around him. A destination for many Irish musicians, inc…
 
Mick grew up in Crumlin, Dublin. At a young age he became homeless following an abuse and altercation with his own family. He moved to England and later on to Northern Ireland. Mick has struggled with mental health for most of his adult life but he has found ways to put his experience to good use to help others that may find themselves in the same …
 
After years of working in global investment markets, Fiona decided to change her career and follow her passion. She now coaches and is a speaker on Positive Psychology, the science behind what makes individuals and communities flourish. She has been reasearching spirituality and its potential to influence the wellbeing in our lives. In 2015, she wa…
 
Garrett grew up in Dublin, Ireland. Qualified as a GP and worked in the field of drug addiction for a number of years within the Irish public sector, before setting up his own practice to ensure an approach that is is pragmatic, evidence based, non-judgmental. The focus is on the individual rather than the drug and the programme is delivered in a w…
 
Danielle lives in Wexford, Pennsylvania with her son Miles. She travels extensively for work and leisure, has profound understanding of the importance of community and is passionate about the environment. She has worked in IT training and consultancy, but recently her skills have brought her closer to her dream job. She is currently working on a co…
 
Dawn Russell grew up in a rural area Co. Tipperary, Ireland. After studying social science in college she joined Ana Liffey where she has worked for the past 13 years. Now Head of Services with the organisation, Dawn is a very emphatic and realist with a wonderful human touch. Her work, and the work of Ana Liffey, in the area of addiction concentra…
 
Mark Geary is singer songwriter from Dublin, Ireland. With over 20 years on the music circuit, Mark has toured extensively in Europe, the USA and Australia. He has recorded six studio albums so far and he is currently touring with his latest album, The Fool. Mark has toured and performed with the likes of Glen Hansard, The Frames, Elvis Costello, C…
 
Deb Davis is part of a group that plans to adopt the co-housing system in Ireland. Based on the LILAC project in Leeds, UK, the concept is one that promotes low environmental impact while enhancing community cooperation and interaction. Deb has traveled extensively and worked as a chef in various parts of the world. She is also a Doula and an instr…
 
Martin Doyle grew up in Banbridge, Co. Down during the Troubles and after a stint in Belfast’ Queen’s University, graduated from St Andrew’s College, Scotland. After a number of jobs in France and Germany he settled down in London where he found himself working for a newspaper and from there his career moved through various jobs and assignments unt…
 
Keith grew up in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and followed his father path into business and sales. He followed a normal path of school, study, first job, career, marriage, first child… His normal life path was changed abruptly when their second child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis just weeks after birth. He and his family had to quickly ad…
 
Gerry grew up in Dublin and fell in love with acting as a young man and pursued it into his late teens. Circumstances change and he moved away from acting to pursue a working career with one of Ireland’s largest communication company. When the opportunity came to set up a business on his own, he took it and run a successful supply company for a dec…
 
Deirdre Doyle grew up in Dublin and went to college in Galway. After travelling and working in various parts of the world, including Switzerland and the USA, she settled back in Ireland. When a job with a large Irish retailer did not work out as she had hoped, she dedicated her working life with a charitable organisation. When circumstances changed…
 
I had some technical issues with some of the pre-recorded podcasts that I was hoping to release this week. While I am working on that I thought best to give you a medley of some of the writers that have been on the podcast previously. They are Tara Flynn, Linda Allen, Fiona Brennan, Abby Wynn, Kate Gunn and Ruth Fitzmaurice. Full Episodes are avail…
 
Karen Kelly teaches in a college for further education in South Dublin, Ireland. She is passionate about travelling and has recently visited Tanzania and summit Kilimanjaro. She is an advocate for the Development Perspective program and has travelled to Vietnam to learn about various aspects of sustainability. She is a regular sea swimmer and got i…
 
Mark Lambert grew up in Dublin and studies in Belfast, Manchester and Bristol. His passion for rugby was soon matched by his love for drama. With over 40 years career under his belt, Mark has played theatres across the world, from The Abbey in Dublin, to the West End and most recently Broadway, where he toured with the play The Ferryman. Mark has a…
 
This is a medley of previous guests that I like to call Everyday Heroes. All of them are doing amazing things for their communities from working with children with addiction, trying to change laws revolving around decriminalisation of drugs, to first responders volunteering, to Michelin star pop up restaurant to help suicide prevention, to nursing …
 
Pam Finn grew up on a farm on the outskirts of Galway, West of Ireland. From a young age she knew she wanted to work in the media and specifically as a TV presenter. Her determination got her to work in different media outlets, from newspapers, radio and TV until she decided to set up her own PR company. More recently she has launched @Hashtagmedia…
 
This is a taster of a number of previous guests that have all been involved in the Irish Music scene at some point. Colm Mac Con Iomaire, on his two solo albums and a number of scores for theatre and cinema after years with The Frames. Steve Wall of The Stunning on his moving into the world of acting Ken Binley on years of being "on the road" with …
 
Steve was born in Nebraska, grew up in Colorado and from a young age wanted to see the world. He joined the navy and spent 4 years travelling the seas in a submarine. Having visited Ireland several times with his family decided that Co.Mayo in the West of Ireland was a good place to settle for a while. He found a his dream job of working on a ferry…
 
Jack Byrne grew up in Ranelagh, Dublin. From his early days he always had an entrepreneurial streak with a social conscience. He set up a Co-Op in Coolock, where he had moved with his family but when larger supermarket operators forced him out of business, he decided that the community needed a stronger voice. To him that voice and way of expressio…
 
Orla grew up in a farming community in the North West of Ireland, County Donegal. After studying Commerce and Business in NUI Galway, she realised that her passion was in helping others to achieve their goals through diet, nutrition and lifestyle changes. She set up her business in 2016, Health By Orla, specialised in digestive health. She quickly …
 
Abby lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. She practice Shamanic Psychotherapy working with groups and one on one clients alike. With a master degree in Science, she worked as a marine biologist, a course designer, an instructional designer and an applications before receiving a number of qualifications in coaching, reiki, psychotherapy and mindfulne…
 
Mags Crean grew up in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland in a working class area. Her parents instilled in her the importance of education from an early age and Mags went on to do a PhD in UCD, Dublin. Her working and academic life has been dedicated to areas of equality, social class, care & education. She has been writing extensively on these matters has…
 
Niamh grew up in south county Dublin, Ireland. One of seven children she discovered her passion for music, dancing and acting at an early age. Her passion brought her to Manchester where she worked in theatre and TV, including a roles in Coronation Street and Fair City. She trained as a yoga teacher and she runs her own yoga practice Yinstinct Yoga…
 
Ciara is the editor of A Lust for Life and the producer of Where there’s a Will Podcast series on the status of mental health in Ireland She is passionate about social changes, something that was sparked at a young age through music and personal circumstances . She wrote for broadsheet newspapers in Ireland before turning her talent to podcasting. …
 
Siobhan learned about resilience early in life and left school without doing the leaving certificate to take a job in the music business. The music world took her from Dublin to London and around the world working with artists such as Goldie and Elton John. A life changing moment over a decade ago, brought her to years of studies and qualifications…
 
Ken Binley is an event & production manager specialising in outside broadcasting with particular focus on sport. However, he cut his teeth in the music industry that brought him from the small venues of Dublin inner city to New York and beyond, working with bands such as The Waterboys, Swede, The Cranberries and more. Over the past few years, Ken m…
 
Judith McAdam is a kinesiologist, theologian, holistic life coach and speaker. She is also the author of The Source, her book that synthesises her knowledge to reveal the universal principles that unite us all. Judith went through a path of rediscovery following a relationship breakdown. She works in Trinity College in Dublin and from her studio in…
 
Fiona was born in the UK and move to Ireland at a young age. She is currently living in West Cork with her husband and her five children. She is the founder of Autistic Rights Together and has been campaigning against treatments and therapies that are “miracle” cures for conditions such as autism. Her stance has been controversial at times and she …
 
Karl grew up in Dublin and went to boarding school in Rockwell, Co. Tipperary. Inspired by his dad, Karl honed his entrepreneurial skills from an early age, setting up his first business when he was still in his teens. Now living in Clonakilty, West Cork, with his wife and four children, Karl is dedicating his time to his latest venture, Sanctifly,…
 
Malie Coyne is a Clinical Psychologist with 20 years of experience specialising in children and young adults mental health. She grew up in France and Korea among other places till finally settling down in Galway, Ireland where is currently practicing. She is an author of a book on that is due for publication in 2020 and she has worked as a broadcas…
 
Susan Steele is the Chair of the Irish Fisheries Protection Authority. She has discovered her passion for the sea and the outdoor as a child, growing up in West Cork in Ireland. She has run 72 marathons and numerous ultra marathons as well as the pilgrim’s trails of Ireland. Susan’s constant desire for learning has lead her to degrees, PhDs and MBA…
 
Adam Gaine grew up in Mullingar, Ireland and qualified as a nurse after attending boarding school. He has worked as a nurse for the late film director Simon Fitzmaurice and he is currently a live-in nurse with Fr Tony Coote, both affected by Motor Neuron Disease. Adam’s future plans are to work in the area of preventable diseases, such as malaria. …
 
Brian grew up suffering from anxiety and ended up down the road of addiction. He was a functioning addict for 15 years until he discovered his path to recovery. He is now completing a Phd in Dublin’s Trinity College, he is a motivational speaker and he’s in the process of launching his first book. You can find out more about Brian on www.brianpenni…
 
Tony Riddle lives in London but his lifestyle is far from what you may expect from anyone living in the big city. Early morning cold swims in the Hampstead Ponds or a barefoot run through the park are part of Tony’s weekly’s routine, that combined with regular squats, natural movement and lack of tables or chairs in his house, he live a more natura…
 
Fiona Brennan is a clinical Hypnotherapist based in Dublin, Ireland. Her passion for hypnotherapy is born out of a desire to help others by showing them how to get in touch with their subconscious. Fiona’s book, The Positive Habit. is released in Ireland on 1st of March 2019 Fiona is also a TedX speaker and a regular contributor to TodayFM’s Dermot…
 
Linda is a therapist, has worked as a Montessori teacher and with children in care in the past. Was born in the west of Ireland but grew up on the outskirts of Dublin. Her life took a sharp turn when her 15 year old son Darragh took his own life. Trying to make sense of it all, her journalling became a book “See you in two minutes, Ma.” Linda’s can…
 
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