Episodes

  • In this fantastic fourth instalment of the series, Jarlath is joined live in front of a sold out Other Palace Theatre in Central London by Deborah Frances White, Bronagh Waugh and Fin Taylor for a lively debate about separating a man's character from his work. 

    
From Deborah's powerful insight's into how Hollywood has done the world the greatest disservice (30:00) and how men in powerful positions need to be aware of the influential nature of their art (18:00) to Bronagh's shocking experiences with unrequested private messages on Instagram (Patron extended edition only). Fin Taylor explains how Russell Brand's management once tried to censor him (40:00) and Jarlath talks about what he used to think was crossing the sexual line (Patreon extended edition only).

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  • In this 3rd episode of the series, Jarlath is joined by Sara Pascoe, Brett Goldstein, and Sindhu Vee live in front of a packed Soho Theatre to take the conversation one step further and question the nature of fatigue in the #MeToo discussion.

    The panel discuss the separation of sexuality and behaviour (37:00), how sentencing by the public has replaced legal developments (18:00) and the consequences of the media's laziness in reporting content (35:00).


    From Brett's incredible story about the year he spent running a strip club in Marbella (47:00) to the lip service surrounding the gender pay gap (19:00), the BBC's equality quotas (23:00) and the hilariously wonderful story of a mother's response to her son's use of porn (39:00), this conversation certainly does not disappoint. 

    For more information on our guests please see the links below:
    Sara Pascoe - http://www.sarapascoe.com/
    Brett Goldstein - https://twitter.com/brettgoldstein
    Sindhi Vee - http://sindhuvee.com/#Home

    For tickets to our next live recordings, see here:
    https://www.theotherpalace.co.uk/whats-on/jarlath-regan-men-behaving-better

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  • In the second episode of the series, Jarlath is joined on stage at Electric Picnic by Mark O'Halloran, Sinead O'Carroll and Nadine O'Regan to debate whether men's attitudes have changed in Ireland in the last year and what the place of forgiveness is in the Me Too movement.

    The panel call into question when Al Porter should get to come back (40:00), the true outcome of the rugby rape trial (20:00) and whether or not women share just as much as men do in their own 'locker-room talk' (29:00).

    From the questioning of whether or not men are now being more cautious rather than respectful (11:00) to why 'being woke' is a bullshit term (13:00), the horrifying groping culture which is as prevalent as ever (17:00) and much much more, this conversation is yet another vital conversation in the series.

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  • This week, Irishman Abroad Podcasts is proud to deliver to you the inaugural episode of our new podcast series Men Behaving Better. It's a new collection of conversations that nobody else is having. This is a podcast for men who want to change and for women who believe that change is possible.

    In front of a packed Soho Theatre in London, Jarlath was joined by comedian’s Pierre Novelli and Fern Brady, and the celebrated human rights lawyer Simone George for the first pathfinding episode of the series. This conversation explores how Fern’s former work as a stripper opened her eyes to the truth behind the power dynamics between men and women (7:00) and the importance of men simply listening (14:00).

    From the challenges facing modern men (25:00) to the shocking moment when Simone revealed how she was sexually assaulted inside the high court (28:00), to male fatigue surrounding feminism (45:00) and much more, this conversation is a truly gripping and entertaining way to open the doors to the new series and new kind of conversation about changing men for the better.

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