This week James and Timmy speak with Derek Devoy, who overcame his own serious personal issues and then went on to setup Taxi Watch, who provide suicide prevention and awareness training to taxi drivers nationwide. See taxiwatch.ie Watch this podcast HERE. Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
This week James and Timmy talk to Cork’s very own middleweight title contender, Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan who has held multiple middleweight championships at regional level including Irish, WBA and WBO titles. All three losses of his career came against future and former world champions. Spike shares his story. Watch HERE Join: patreon.com/tortoiseshack
James and Timmy talk to agitator and author, Dr Baz Dreisinger about her program ‘Prison to College Pipeline’, her book Incarceration Nation: A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World and much more. Watch it HERE Join us: patreon.com/tortoiseshack
This episode is a family affair as James’ wife, Gillian Butler, shares her story of Oberstown Prison, UCC and employment. Don’t miss it! Watch it HERE Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
Dr. Nick Flynn is a (real local legend) GP in Knocknaheeny and Cork Prison. He talks to us about benzo addiction, methadone and drug seeking behaviour from patients. We really enjoyed this chat. Why not come to the tortoise shack Live Sunday Podcast by joining us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack Watch the full podcast HERE.
This week James and Timmy talk with Ainle Ó Cairealláin about growing up in Belfast, setting up a gym in Palestine and a lot, lot more. Another great listen. Checkout the Two Norries on Youtube HERE Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack
Sean O’ Leary lost his leg due to a rare disease and became morbidly obese. With the help of Liam at SBG Gym in Cork, he has shed over 40kgs while training which includes squats and deadlifts with a prosthetic leg. Sean recently lost his wife who was his bedrock. He is having a lot of issues with the prosthetic […]
Hi all, latest podcast is available here. We chat to Brian Lenihan, formerly of College Corinthians in Douglas, Cork City FC, Hull City FC and Rep. of Ireland. Brian had a very bright future ahead of him but had to retire at 23 because of a mental breakdown following a couple of serious injuries. We are grateful to him for […]