On today’s episode, Brian talks to Zoe Holohan. Zoe opens up about the loss and trauma she suffered when husband Brian died on the couple’s honeymoon in 2018. The newlyweds we’re celebrating in Mati, Greece, when wildfires swept across the region. The fires claimed 102 lives.
Niall O Murchu started his business Breathe With Niall to help people transform their lives by learning to use breath, nature and The Wim Hof Method. Today, we speak about the toll stress can have on us and how we can use our breath, cold showers and nature to heal and grow.
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Today, I've saved a very special conversation for my last episode. I'm speaking to Dr Hans Arce about IVF and Fertility, such a sensitive topic for many of us.
I hope if you are about to dip your toe in the world of IVF that this podcast will help you understand it more or if you have a friend or family member going through it that maybe this will help you understand what they might be going through.
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Craig talks to creator Jed Mercurio about the big reveal, if he sees this as the end of this AC-12 story arc and, of course, what’s the deal with the locks? Sarah Millican then joins Craig to give their reactions to the final episode of Series 6.
Craig rings up Anna Maxwell Martin to find out how she manages to portray the most passive aggressive character ever.
And How to Fail podcast host Elizabeth Day joins Craig to go through Episode 6. Craig and Elizabeth tease each other about their outlandish theories and Elizabeth asks Craig about how he used to prepare for those glass box interviews.
For much of the time I have been doing this podcast we have been in a lockdown.
It’s meant that these conversations have been one of the main supports for me as I coped with my own grief. It’s been a sort of group therapy and I believe the strength I’ve gained over the past number of months has been a result of not only sharing my experiences but listening to other people too. This is something Fiona Tuomey talks about in today’s episode of Death Becomes Him – when she lost her daughter Milly at the age of 11 to suicide, Fiona searched for a suicide support group in Dublin to help her with her grief but could not find one. So, after much discussion, research and support HUGG was established in February 2017 and since then supports hundreds families impacted by suicide each year.
Craig calls up his pal Vicky McClure to find out how she’s doing after that last cliffhanger. And Chris Washington joins Craig to go through everything Episode 5. They talk about the fate of the original trio, the return of Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmicheal and of course that last scene.
Why did everyone brush over the whole incest thing, how is Carmichael so brilliantly chilling and will we ever get over that final scene?! Join Brendan, Hannah & Rebecca as they discuss how Chloe is a boss bitch, and squeal over loose ends finally being tied up in the epic Line of Duty season six episode five. You can support us on www.patreon.com/shrinepod
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On this episode of Death Becomes Him, I chat to Sarah Battle. Sarah is known for sharing snaps of her gorgeous home and family on her account house by the whitethorns. But behind it all, Sarah has been grieving her sister Kate. Kate was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2014, and sadly passed 18 months later. Sarah talks about living with grief and how she learned to process Kate’s passing through therapy and support from her family.
Sarah talks about grief in a way that really resonated with me. Her life is full of joy and happiness now but there is still a part of her that wishes Kate could be there to experience it too. And though it’s heartbreaking, to me it’s a sign of great love. Kate was so adored and so important that Sarah still thinks about her every day.
Next week I chat to Zoe Holohan. Zoe tragically lost her husband Brian on Honeymoon in 2018 and opens up about the trauma of the incident.
Craig asks former cast member Neil Morrissey about that big cliff-hanger and who he thinks “it” could be. Comedian and TV writer Toussaint Douglass joins Craig to go through this massive episode. Plus, they put forward their theories on Chris Lomax and Chloe Bishop.
Craig Parkinson and Sarah Millican share their immediate reactions to the first episode of Series 6. Craig shares his theory of what’s behind Davidson’s heavy duty locks and Sarah shares her concerns about “sad admin Steve”.
Craig Parkinson and Jessie Cave share their immediate reactions to the second episode of Series 6.
They share predictions on Jo Davidson’s true motivations and who’s headed for the chopping block. Plus Craig calls up his mate Martin Compston.
Welcome to Spencer and Vogue!
Join Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams as they let you into their lives (begrudgingly by Spencer).
In this first episode, Spencer & Vogue chat Selling Sunset, the arrival of baby Gigi, what happened when Vogue took Theodore swimming, why people think Spencer dragged Vogue out of the gutter and whether or not you should keep a motorbike inside. Plus, playing games with Google and answering your questions.
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This is an episode about a daughter, who loves her mother.
3 years ago, Nikki Whelan and her family lost their mum Tina Fitzpatrick to luekemia.
Tina was a young woman, still in her 50’s, and was lost all too soon.
And after a listener asked everymum to cover the topic of mothering without your mother everymum asked Nikki a mum of 3, and owner of Little Bow Pip & Backstreet Dance Studio Dublin to be our guest and share her experience of losing her mam, the grief, the strength and the impact it’s had on Nikki as a mother herself.
Nikki was a mum of 2 when Tina passed away in 2018 but has since had baby Sonny.
She explains the incredible special relationship Tina had with Nikki’s two children and how different the experience of a new baby is without her, how special yet poignant Sonny’s birth was and how while on a family wedding in Portugal, Nikki needed her mam like never before.
We will never stop loving our children and our mothers will never stop loving us.
Even if they are gone too soon.
If you enjoyed this conversation subscribe, rate or leave a review. Share this episode across social and get in touch with us, our host Sinead O'Moore this week’s guest @nikki_whelan_ on instagram
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Following on from the last episode, Jamie and Sophie continue the story of their first days. This time we find out how things moved up a level, from dating to meeting family, moving in together and learning that they were falling in love.
Listen as they tell you everything, from Jamie not getting Sophie's hints to Sophie wanting to tell the world about Jamie, and why wasn't she able to.
What did Sophie's dad really think of Jamie? And how did Jamie feel when they first met?
Hear the real story, told by Jamie and Sophie, exclusively on All The Best (& Worst) with Mr. and Mrs. Hinch.
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Hello, I am flying solo for a portion of the podcast today. I wanted to give you some life updates. We are so thrilled to announce something really exciting today and also to answer some of your questions on our surrogacy journey. I am also joined today by my friend Claire Moore. Claire is a dear friend of mine and appeared on The Good Glow before to speak about her brain tumour and the long road to recovery. Thankfully, she is well today and still living in Hong Kong. Hong Kong has very strict rules around Covid and after Claire's husband tested positive, an eventful couple of weeks awaited. She's here today to tell us the story.
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In this episode, I dive into manifesting. I talk about my experiences on how I aligned myself with the universe to manifest my dream life.The Seat of the Soul by Gary ZukavAsk and it is Given by Esther & Jerry HicksAwaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins
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Today I am joined with Annette Kelly, Personal Development & Wellbeing Advocate, Writer, Speaker, and of course, a great friend of mine.
In this podcast episode, we discuss how to push past judgement and follow your dreams.
Book Mentioned: The Laws of Human Nature. You can purchase this book HERE.
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Welcome to the first episode of The Sinead Says Podcast!
Today I am joined with Ed Cunningham, the host of 'A Need to Read' podcast. In this podcast episode, we discuss liking peoples photos on Instagram, why we do it and how it can make us feel!
You can find Ed on Instagram @aneed2read.
Often in the aftermath of loss, we enter into autopilot. Life needs to go on, the washing needs to be done and the children need to go to school. But for those who have lost people during 2020, these usual vices have been taken away. Mourning in lockdown presents a set of totally unique challenges. This is something Bronagh Burke talks about in today’s episode. She opens up about grieving her husband Thomas who died unexpectedly and talks about the differences in processing that grief compared to the coping mechanisms she had after her father’s passing in 2015.