Football Special: Episode 267

October 28, 2018

A collection of highlights from every football related episode of the series. Featuring previously unheard material and standout tales from the truly epic collection of Ireland footballing greats, this episode is bound to draw you, take you back, make you laugh and shake your head with disbelief for the beautiful game. 

 

Roy Keane: (1:00)

-Mick McCarthy, Kevin Kilbane, Roddy Doyle, Seamus Coleman, Jack Conroy

 

Retirement: (24:00)

-Richie Sadlier, James McClean, Paul McGrath, Ronnie Whelan

 

Jack Charlton Era: (35:00)

-Eamon Dunphy, Jason McAteer, Tony Cascarino, Packie Bonner, Niall Quinn

 

Early Career Stories: (53:00)

-Shay Given, Paul McGrath, Packie Bonner, Keith Gillespie, Darren O’Dea

 

Funniest Stories: (1:23:00)

-Mark Lawrenson, Mick McCarthy, Seamus Coleman, Tony Cascarino, Jason McAteer, Niall Quinn

 

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Nial Conlan: Episode 266

October 22, 2018

Níal Conlan is the bassist for Delorentos and is one of the nicest guys you'll meet in the music industry and a long-time friend of Jarlath.

In this incredible conversation, Níal explains how Delorentos were almost forced to sign a record contract in shady circumstances (21:00), the massive error that cost the band (27:00) and how sharing his time between London and Dublin has resulted in him feeling as though he doesn't have a place to call home (38:00).

From the incredible stories of running pop-up record shops out of a camper van to release Little Sparks (34:00) and how they binned all but one song off their latest album that they recorded in Spain (57:00) to the constant hustle as an independent band (59:00) and how he can't afford to move home to Ireland (Patreon extended cut only), this is a truly insightful chat with a true ambassador for Irish independent art.

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Tom Markham (Kaiser Documentary Special): Episode 265

October 12, 2018

This week Tom Markham joins Jarlath to tell the incredible story behind the greatest con artist in football history. How did Carlos Kaiser manage to have a 26 year professional football career without ever kicking a ball? The documentary Tom helped to create entitled simply, Kaiser, separates the fact from fiction and the man from the legend.

Tom also explains how he stumbled upon the story and despite having no movie making experience, decided he was the man to bring the tale to the big screen.  

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Rosie - Movie Special (with Sarah Greene and Moe Dunford): Episode 264

October 5, 2018

Sarah Greene and Moe Dunford play Rosie and JP in Roddy Doyle's first film in almost 20 years. They sat down with Jarlath for a truly gripping conversation about their work on this moving and powerful film which comes at a crucial juncture in Ireland’s housing crisis. The actors speak about how this project forced them to come to terms with the terrifying realities that inspired this script.

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Paul Dunne: Episode 263

September 28, 2018

This week Paul Dunne sat down with Jarlath where it all began for him in Greystones Golf Club to speak about his fascinating journey as he prepares to defend his British Masters title in the coming weeks.

Paul explains the challenging nature of golf, which is a 'game of feels' (15:00), his realisation that reputation is nothing and performance is everything (29:00) and how a slow leaderboard update seriously let him down in 2017 (34:00).

From discussing his struggle to control his anger (1:05:00) to why he is glad that he is not Tiger Woods (Patreon extended cut only), no punches are pulled. Paul opens up for the first time about how his devastating loss at St. Andrews in 2015 both helped and hindered him (45:00) and much, much more. This is a thoroughly enjoyable conversation from start to finish with Ireland's fastest rising golfing talent on the world stage. (There’s even a chance to win a round of golf at Walton Heath for you and 3 friends in our competition! Listen to find out how to enter and win.)

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Gordon Rochford: Episode 262

September 21, 2018

With his award winning podcast Those Conspiracy Guys, Gordon Rochford may be no stranger to many of our listeners but this week, for the first time, Gordon tells the incredible story of how he went from going off the rails to being on the verge of selling a massive documentary series to Netflix.

Gordon speaks frankly about the truth behind the shocking world of YouTube censorship (24:00), the frightening places that his 'recreational alcoholism' took him (44:00) before speaking for the first time about why Those Conspiracy Guys has lost two of it's partners over the years (Patreon extended cut only).
 
From his exciting dreams to make millions of dollars through Netflix (1:09:00) to questioning whether millennials are right or too sensitive (28:00), this is a truly gripping conversation with one of the hardest working guys in media.
 
To support Gordon on his journey to America to film his documentary series visit http://www.gofundme.com/tcgtv
 
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Jack Conroy: Episode 261

September 14, 2018

Jack Conroy is the goalkeeper for the Irish International Amputee Football team. At the start of the month he joined Jarlath to tell his own story and talk about the lengths to which he and his teammates have gone to raise enough funds to compete in major tournaments.

Jack recalls the surprise encounter at a bus stop that changed his entire life (21:00), how Roy Keane advised him to not do what he did at the World Cup (38:00) while also detailing the mindset needed to play in goal (45:00).
 
From his sobering thoughts on being proud of who you are (14:00) to how under-funded the Irish International Amputee Football Association is (29:00), this is a thoroughly inspiring conversation with a true gentleman of Irish sport.
 
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Russell Howard (live at Electric Picnic): Episode 260

September 7, 2018

This week comedian and friend of the show Russell Howard joined Jarlath for a chat live at Electric Picnic in front of a packed Podcast Stage Tent.

In this hilarious conversation, Russell speaks about how working alongside Frankie Boyle changed his career (48:00), why he feels sorry for reality TV stars (21:00) and the truth behind why he decided to talk about self-harm on stage (24:00).

From being bruised by a flying dildo (39:00) to his thoughts on the supposedly sensitive modern audience (32:00) and much, much more, this is a truly rip-roaring episode you’ll be glad you tuned into.

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Grainne Parker and Dominic Munnelly: Episode 259

August 31, 2018

Jarlath meets nutritionist Grainne Parker and her husband the game changing trainer and coach Dominic Munnelly to discuss his own personal struggle to get healthy. Grainne and Dominic have changed the conversation about fitness and well-being in Ireland and try to do the same for Jarlath. They open up about how tragedy brought them together and fatigue with the industry drove them to create their new book ‘Move, Train Nourish.’

The book has become a best-seller and helped thousands of people to reject the old understanding of health and fitness in favour of a more rounded view. From overcoming negative self-talk to why we’re unhealthier than ever and how emotional wellbeing should be a vital part of personal training, this episode is a must-listen for anyone who has ever struggled with their own relationship with their body, relationships and healthy living. For more information on the book, Dominic and Grainne just go to dominicmunnelly.ie.

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Terry McMahon: Episode 258

August 24, 2018

This week, one of Ireland's most outspoken voices, Terry McMahon, speaks about his life and work as an award-winning writer/director/actor and activist.

With incredible honesty, Terry opens up about his failed suicide attempts and his experience of being homeless (4:00), being on the receiving end on an RTÉ executive's abuse of power (22:00) and why he never understood the success of Fair City, despite it giving him life-changing earnings (15:00).

From why he believe's his film Charlie Casanova would have not received the negative response that it did if it were written by Lenny Abrahamson or Neil Jordan (29:00) to his plans to take over the GPO at the time of the Apollo House occupation (53:00) and the sheer level of chancing his arm that led to him working with Daryl Hanna (11:00), this interview is one of the most compelling conversations of the series to date.

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