‘Unlocking Ireland’s Housing Crisis’ is the latest episode in our podcast series, which provides an enlightening overview of the historical context of the housing crisis in Ireland. This podcast delves into the potential to integrate policy adopted in Austria, which in the aftermath of the 2008 crisis reacted radically different to Ireland. We explore housing as a whole with two exclusive interviews with experts in housing.Read More New Podcast
The ‘Pursuit Of HAPpiness’ podcast provides a provoking insight into the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) scheme in Ireland. Do you want to know, what it is like living as a recipient of HAP, the instability, insecurity and uncertainty of the rental market and examining how the scheme is designed more so for the landlords rather than the tenants and the devastating impacts this can have on the people availing of this scheme, who can be exploited at a moments notice.Read More Podcast: Pursuit Of Happiness
If the situation arises where financial aid is required to afford somewhere to live, there are schemes put in place to assist. The HAP scheme is there to help, or at least, it’s supposed to be. The HAP scheme is majorly flawed, and is skewing the market for everyone, not only the HAP tenants. The lack of sufficient social housing has thrown a considerable number of social housing candidates into the deep end of the private rental sector. It’s time to talk about that.Read More What HAPpens Next Ireland?
The ‘Class A’ podcast provides an interesting discussion around drugs in Irish society more specifically around the argument for the decriminalisation/ legalisation of cannabis/ drugs in Ireland, the glamourisation of drugs in Irish TV shows and much more. The ‘Class A’ podcast features an exclusive interview with award-winning crime journalist, Nicola Tallant.Read More Podcast: Class A
This episode of our Social Series Podcast series is called But They Didn’t Hit Me. This podcast examines what emotional abuse and domestic abuse actually is and specifically how this impacts young people.Read More Podcast: But They Didn’t Hit Me
The newest episode of our Social Series Podcast series is called Torture or Tradition. This podcast episode examines some traditions globally that are regarded by some as events tied closely to their culture, whereas to some people these events such as; bullfighting, which are classed merely as cruel escapism entertainment that essentially involves creating a spectacle around the needless and senseless slaughter of animals.Read More Podcast: Torture or Tradition
Further to our recent article ‘Harry Potter & The Shaming,’ reporter Grainne Saunders has now released a podcast delving deeper into Cancel Culture.
Do you feel sorry for people who are cancelled or do you feel they should face the consequences of their actions?Read More Podcast: Waking Up to Cancel Culture
Paddy Tees It Up podcast is about promoting the health aspect to golf which includes an interview with professional golfer and three time major winner Padraig Harrington. Along with other guests, such as; the Minister for Sport and Gaeltacht, Jack Chambers and Dr. Aoife Ni Sheaghda, Trinity Clinic.Read More Podcast: Paddy Tees it up
Three-time Major champion Padraig Harrington talks to Paddy Morgan about why he loves golf and how it maintains physical health.Read More Is Golf the Best Sport for your Health?
Covid-19 Vaccines: A Question of Life & Death – Is the TRIPS Waiver a potential solution to the pandemic and is it an opportunity to prioritise morality and compassion instead of Big Pharma flexing an unquenchable thirst for profits.Read More A Question of Life & Death?