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From the Norman Invasion to the War of Independence, the Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through the most fascinating stories in Ireland's past. Whether it’s the siege of Dublin in 1171 or gun battles in the 1920s, the podcast vividly recreates a sense of time and place. Each episode is meticulously researched creating character driven narratives that are engaging and accessible for all. Since the first episode was released back in 2010, the podcast has covered scores of fascin ...
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Guys We F****d

Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson

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Hailed as changing the way society thinks about female sexuality, Guys We Fucked continues to pave the way toward a healthier outlook on sex. Hosted by stand-up comedians Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, this critically acclaimed podcast will be your new best friend. Tune in every Friday to hear discussions on the most taboo kinks, interviews with revolutionaries in sexual health, cultural icons, and, occasionally, guys they’ve fucked. Learn more at https://luminary.link/gwf
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The Natural Birth Podcast is here to bring Embodied Birth Wisdom from Women from All over the World sharing their Natural & Empowering Birth Stories, with the aim to Inspire and Encourage Mamas to Believe in their Bodies and in the Natural Birth Process. Visit Anna and find out about all her offerings in the world at www.thenaturalbirthcourse.com Follow The Podcast on Instagram @thenaturalbirthpodcast Patreon patreon.com/thenaturalbirthpodcast
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna continue "Men: A Celebration" by addressing men’s mental health. Krystyna salutes her man crush of the week, then they ponder why men don’t feel the need to view the world from women’s perspective. Today’s guests are comedians MARK NORMAND AND DOUG KEY. The four dis…
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Irish-Nigerian author and broadcaster Emma Dabiri is giving the middle finger to modern beauty standards. Growing up, Dabiri felt pressured to conform to “oppressive” beauty ideals, to shrink herself to fit in and to straighten her afro hair. Now, as she explains in her new essay ‘Disobedient Bodies’, it’s time to rebel against those suffocating be…
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‘You might not be a revolutionary, but you are living through a revolution.’ Podcasting is much older than you might imagine. A decade before the true crime show Serial took the world by storm, creators were making some of the earliest shows. This podcast is a nostalgic trip through the early days of the internet in Ireland when podcasting emerged.…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Lucy. Lucy is a Mama to my four from Australia. She is a certified Doula and a former Midwife who just like me handed in her registration as working in the system was so traumatizing to her and she just couldn’t go on any longer. She also finally came to the sad conclusion that she was never going to be ab…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna continue their celebration of men with an episode that challenges traditional masculinity. Krystyna salutes her man crush of the week then they discuss pop culture’s most pressing topic — Taylor Swift/Travis Kelce. Today’s guest is male porn star DAVEY WAVEY. The th…
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In her new book, An Eye on Ireland, award-winning journalist and Irish Times columnist Justine McCarthy shares new and selected pieces of work from her long-spanning career in journalism. For four decades, McCarthy’s writing has challenged stereotypes, held power to account and helped amplify the voices of women in Ireland. In this wide ranging con…
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It’s a dark evening in early November 1847. A carriage makes it's way through lawless starving countryside in North Roscommon. A gun shot rings out, a man falls dead. A family mourns but a community rejoices. While the Great Hunger of the 1840s resulted in one million deaths, this one murder encapsulated the stark choices facing that generation of …
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Blythe. Blythe is a mama of Irish twins from the US. This means her babies were born within the year of each other. Her first birth was a standard hospital birth that left her feeling traumatized just like so many women around her. So after becoming pregnant with her second, she knew things had to be bette…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna continue their celebration of men with an episode of all-male mail! They begin by litigating an age-old masculine argument, “Who’s cooler — Arnold Schwarzenegger or Sylvester Stallone?”. Then, they get to the shortest email submissions in GWF history (because men wr…
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In her new book Eve: How The Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Human Evolution, author Cat Bohannon explores the history and science behind the development of the female sex. In this episode, Bohannon explains to Róisín Ingle why the frequent omission of female bodies from scientific research inspired her to write the book, the ‘superpowers’ t…
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In the mid 1860s, Andersonville became one of the most feared places in America. This sleepy corner of Georgia gained notoriety in the later stages of the US Civil War when the Confederacy opened a prison camp there. Nearly one third of all prisoners who entered Andersonville never left. Among their number were hundreds of Irish men. This podcast t…
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At just 64-pages long, you could get through So Late in the Day by Claire Keegan in just one sitting. So if you haven’t read it yet, you’ve no excuse. The story follows Cathal, a civil servant working in Dublin, as he clock watches his way through his office job on a sunny Friday afternoon. When the working day is finally over, he makes the journey…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Fiona Fiona is an actor and a mama of two from the UK. Today we will hear about how she had her daughter at home in a birth pool as her son slept upstairs. It was calm, beautiful and even pleasurable! Her baby girl was born en caul, which is when the amniotic sac is intact and has been believed throughout …
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener who discovered his wife was cheating on him while he cared for their autistic son. This week’s guest is urologist DR. YANIV LARISH. The three discuss why men don’t take care of their reproductive health as well as women do, what happens after you’ve …
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Six years ago, when writer and psychotherapist Lucy Cavendish turned 50 , she began to feel like she didn’t fit in anymore. With her four children reared, Cavendish’s identity as a working mother was gone, leaving her feeling as though she was fading into invisibility; a feeling that some other women in their fifties also experience. After numerous…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Olivia. Olivia is a mama of one from Virginia, USA and is an elementary school teacher. She and her husband consciously conceived their son on their first try and immediately after finding out she was pregnant she wanted to know everything about birth and of course she found the natural birth podcast! This…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener who discovered his wife was cheating on him while he cared for their autistic son. This week’s guest is urologist DR. YANIV LARISH. The three discuss why men don’t take care of their reproductive health as well as women do, what happens after you’ve …
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Three years ago, Irish Times contributor Catherine Cleary decided to buy the cheapest land she could find in Ireland, with the dream of planting her own native forest. Following a long search, Cleary and her husband Liam, eventually came across 40 acres of land for sale in Co Roscommon. This year, with the help of family, friends and paid contracto…
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Writing histories of people who led secret lives is difficult because they leave few records. Yet that is precisely what my guest in today’s show has done. In this podcast, Dr Maurice Casey, shares the fascinating history of Rose McKenna and Sydney Arnold and how he uncovered their secret lives. In the early 20th century, this Latvian-Irish couple …
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Dana. Dana is a Mama of two from the Bass Coast, Australia. Her first birth ended in an epidural, episiotomy, retained placenta and mastitis. And going from experiencing a catalyst of interventions with her first birth, Dana was determined to heal before having her second. She wanted to fully understand wh…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener whose boyfriend won’t move in with her unless she gets rid of her cat. Today’s guest is comedian, TV host and podcaster NIKKI GLASER. The three discuss being turned on by being cucked in a relationship, why men shouldn’t be buying expensive engagemen…
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Romantic love, widely elevated as a subject worth interrogating, tends to get a lot of attention while platonic friendship is woefully neglected in the public discourse. Enter, self-described “friendaholic” Elizabeth Day who is attempting to redress the balance. The author and woman behind the hit How to Fail podcast spoke to Roisin Ingle about why…
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As we prepare to celebrate Halloween, this episode is a timely exploration of the history of the supernatural in Ireland. Ghosts have long played an important role in Irish history and culture. In this podcast I am joined by Dr Clodagh Tait, a historian of the supernatural. Our conversation focuses on a specific type of ghost referred to as a crisi…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Nicole. Nicole is a Mama of two from Australia. She is a gardener, performance artist, poet and a multi passionate birth nerd. She has lived on an off-grid intentional community in the forest, by the sea for the last 20 years, raising her kids and cultivating a deep trust in birth & life. Her mission is to…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne poses a conundrum to Krystyna and Mike. Why do men stay in relationships when they don’t want to be in them? Are all men cheaters? Does any man know if he even likes you before he starts dating you? The world may never know. Later they answer some listener emails including topic…
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This week, marked World Menopause Day, a day to raise awareness and break the stigma around perimenopause and menopause. To celebrate this transitional period in life, we’re joined today by Claire Dinsmore, a certified perimenopause coach and fitness fanatic based in San Francisco. In this episode, Dinsmore, who originally comes from Co Down in Nor…
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I have come down with a cold so rather than subject you to me coughing and spluttering through a show I have selected a classic from the archives. As I explain, I recently listened back to this episode after a chance meeting with my guest Cormac Leonard. The episode on the history of the Deaf community is the definition of forgotten history. Until …
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Olivia. Olivia is a mama of one from New York, who’s currently living in Berlin. Being very freedom-driven and having lived in several places around the world, Olivia wasn’t sure pregnancy, birth and motherhood was for her. But after much intentional questioning she decided to take the leap of faith and be…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener looking to stop freezing up in situations where men act inappropriately. Then, in honor of suicide prevention month they bring in Mike to share their stories of mental health struggles and give their tips for suicide prevention. This week’s guest is …
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A graduate of Dublin’s Lir Academy, English actress Agnes O’Casey made her big break in the highly acclaimed BBC series Ridley Road in 2021. Now the rising acting star is playing the lead in her first feature film, Lies We Tell, a psychological thriller set in 1800s Ireland, which hits cinemas this Friday October 13th. In this episode, O’Casey spea…
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In the 1920s and 30s Irish emigrants in Britain faced widespread racism and discrimination. Labelled drunks, subversives, and a threat to society, right wing politicians whipped up fear and hatred against the community.This podcast tells the forgotten stories of these emigrants. The episode begins with humorous story of Martin King whose drunken es…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Patricia Patricia is a mama of two from the UK. As so often on this podcast she has a story of having a medicalized first hospital birth and then a redemptive natural home birth for her second. In this episode she shares briefly about her first and then we dive on into her second which was a planned home b…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener who has been abusive to her partner in the past. Today’s question to ponder is “What one thing would you want to do for all of eternity?” This week’s guests are JENNIFER WELCH and ANGIE “PUMPS” SULLIVAN, hosts of “I’ve Had It” podcast. The 4 discuss …
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Rough Beast: My Story and the Reality of Sinn Féin is the highly anticipated memoir from former Irish Senator Máiría Cahill. Growing up in west Belfast, steeped in the traditions of Irish republicanism, Cahill seemed destined for a political career within Sinn Féin, but at the age of 16, she was sexually abused by a prominent member of the IRA and …
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In 1923 as the Irish revolution came to an end, large parts of the North Roscommon town of Arigna lay in ruins. While war and revolution had swept across Ireland over the previous years few places shared Arigna’s unique experience. When workers occupied local coalmines demanding better working conditions this began years of intense and bitter confl…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast I will be the guest. Usually on this podcast I am the host and I interview mamas from around the world who’ve had a natural and empowering birth experience. The intention with this podcast was to spread an alternative birth narrative to the dominant fear based medicalized one. And I’ve come to be known as The Spir…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna get some help from Chat GPT. This week’s guest is sex work advocate and podcaster SX NOIR. The trio discuss working on the fight to decriminalize sex work, sex tech, and what the future of AI sex looks like. WATCH THE GWF COMEDY SPECIAL -- "OUR SPECIAL DAY" -- FOR F…
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Today we’re delighted to be joined by best-selling author and friend of the podcast Marian Keyes, who celebrated her 60th birthday earlier this month. In this conversation with Róisín Ingle, Keyes shares the nuggets of wisdom she has gleaned from her six decades on earth: from learning how to apologise properly, the benefits of making a gratitude l…
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At the turn of the 20th century alcoholism was a major problem in Irish society. The island had 17,300 pubs while around 40% of all prison sentences were alcohol related. There was a general sense alcohol addiction was out of control. The stereotype of the happy-go-lucky drunk certainly masked the reality of the Irish alcoholism. In this podcast I …
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Jerusha. Jerusha is a doula, and birth and family photographer and videographer from the Northern Rivers NSW Australia. She is one of the co-creators of Birth Time: the documentary, an international award winning documentary about the maternity system in Australia, and around the world. In today’s episode …
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna bring in trusted big dcked male punching bag, Mike, to break down what they did on their summer vacations. This week’s guests are JAIME-LEE SIMMONS AND EMILY WADE from 2 Girls 1 Blunt podcast. The four discuss curing codependency with celibacy, surviving Münchausen …
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In this episode, author, travel writer and wellbeing coach Sinéad Kennedy joins Róisín Ingle to discuss her new book Life is a Cycle. It’s an honest and lighthearted memoir, detailing Kennedy’s commitment to living a life filled with excitement and adventure. From finding her tribe with her local cycling group, to solo holidays in exotic locations,…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On this week’s episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a listener tell her boyfriend she doesn’t wanna live with him even though the tantrum he’s having about it is enticing. Later, Mike’s current situationship sparks a conversation about how to let yourself fall for someone. This week’s guest is adult film star an…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Asabea. Asabea is one of Sweden’s most famous midwife’s as well as an author, podcaster, and influencer. She is a mama of 2 children earth side and one cooking away inside her womb. And today she will share her take aways from her first medicalized hospital birth and why she chose to have a home birth for …
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Mary McKenna is the CEO & Founder of Tour America & Cruise Holidays / The Travel Suite, one of Ireland’s most successful travel agencies. Founded in her sitting room almost three decades ago, the company has gone from strength to strength, despite a number of setbacks through the years, including the 9/11 attacks, the recession and most recently, t…
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Every book has an origin story. My new book ‘A Lethal Legacy – A History of Ireland in 18 Murders’ is no different. While the book goes on sale today, the origin story goes back to 2015 when I found a trove of old letters belonging to a grandmother I never knew. Tune in to find out more. THE BOOK LAUNCH IS ON TONIGHT (SEP 14) AT 6P.M. IN HODGES FIG…
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This podcast looks at forgotten story of the tsunami that hit Cork in 1755, the volcanic winter of 1816 and a meteor that was way to close for comfort in 1908. Although they dont feature prominently in history, they had huge impact at the time. Articles referenced in the show A seismic tsunami in the Irish annals, recorded at Iona in October 720 ht…
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Today on The Natural Birth Podcast we have Devin. She is a Hispanic-American mama of 2 living in a “family village” in Southern California USA. Devin is an International Coach, speaker and creator of the award-winning program Sacred: 7 Pillars of Self-Love and Liberation. Through her coaching, Devin helps women embrace self-compassion, liberate the…
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Happy Friday, Fckers! On the first ever regular call-in episode of Guys We Fcked, Corinne and Krystyna help a male listener have sex with his GF who has a rare disease that melds her pssy shut. Later they field calls about accidental sex with an enemy’s husband and a woman whose sexual chemistry with her BF is so bad she fears he might be gay. WATC…
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Following on from the success of her 2020 novel Actress, Anne Enright is back with her latest book The Wren, The Wren. It’s a multi-generational story, exploring family trauma and the love between mother and daughter, told through three members of the same family: Nell, Carmel and Phil. In this episode, Enright speaks to Róisín Ingle about the insp…
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