Aishling McWalter & Andrew Carroll #ImAReplyGuy…Duh

When you spend a lot of time on Twitter, you notice there’s a certain cohort of people who are lurking in the replies. They’re usually there giving patronising, condescending or downright annoying advice such as where to find good cider in France when you’ve tweeted that you’re heading to Brussels. They are the reply guys. In this episode, Rachel is […]

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Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird #AccessibilityIsKey

Accessibility in Ireland is an absolute nightmare. Many buildings in Dublin are protected meaning they can’t be altered to give better access for people who need them. Add to that a population who seem to see the wheelchair before the person in it and a lack of funding for treatment for her condition, it’s a wonder that Niamh Ní Hoireabhaird […]

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Aifric Ni Chriodain #ShoutOut

Straight people have it pretty easy. We never have to come out to our peers, our sexuality is catered to by mainstream media and sex education is aimed at us more than any other sexuality. So how do LGBTQ+ people get their education when the school curriculum fails them so badly? Development Manager at ShoutOut Aifric Ni Chriodain joins Rachel […]

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Ciara Dunne #F*ckBoysWithFades

Being single isn’t easy. While online dating offers you easy access to hundreds of single people within your area, it can be hard to find a real connection with someone. Plus there are just so many dickpics out there. Joining Rachel in studio to dissect whether or not Tinder is a cesspit is sass queen, shrill feminist and Tinder expert […]

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Ian Lynam #PortraitOfTheAutist

The best kind of comedy has the ability to make us laugh while making us think. It can push boundaries, break down barriers and make us extremely uncomfortable. So what happens when you write an entire comedy show based around your diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder? Comedian Ian Lynam joins Rachel in studio to discuss his diagnosis, how it […]

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Ailish Brennan #SupportNotPunish

Drug policy seems to be undergoing a radical change with legislation passed to allow for supervised injection centres in Ireland. So why was the application for the first one denied by Dublin City Council. Joining Rachel in studio is former auditor of Students for Sensible Drug Policy in UCD is Ailish Brennan to discuss our attitudes to drugs and why […]

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Cllr Una Power & Áine O’Connell #KeepCupsAreNotEnough

The environment is pretty much on fire yet our politicians seem to think that switching to electric cars and avoiding a radical overhaul of the system is somehow going to save us. Green Party Councillor Una Power and sustainability enthusiast Áine O’Connell join Rachel in studio to discuss climate grief, deciding whether or not to have kids and why we […]

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Shawna Scott #LetsTalkAboutSex

Sex education in Ireland has historically been pretty poor which has led to many of us feeling uncomfortable talking about it. Businesswoman, comedian and all-round good egg Shawna Scott joins Rachel in the studio to discuss rescuing historic ivory dildos, Ireland’s attitude to sex and why talking about our experiences with sex is one of the most important things you […]

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