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Conversations with people about their passion and their involvement with the community. Helping to rebuild the fabric of society one conversation at the time.Please Subscribe and Share.

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Episode 72 - Dawn Russell - Head of Services AnaLiffey

Dawn Russell grew up in a rural area Co. Tipperary, Ireland.After studying social science in college she joined Ana Liffey where she has worked for the past 13 years.Now Head of Services with the organisation, Dawn is a very emphatic and realist with a wonderful human touch.Her work, and the work of Ana Liffey, in the area of addiction concentrates on the Safer From Harm idea and the humanisation of people affected by addiction.You can find out more about Dawn onTwitteror on Ana LiffeyDawn's Music ChoiceGreen Day -SheThe Clash - ClampdownBlondie - Island of Lost SoulsPretenders - Forever Young (cover)Aslan - This isWyvern lingo - Out of my handsPogues - If I should fall from grace of god

70 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 72 - Dawn Russell - Head of Services AnaLiffey

Episode 71 - Mark Geary - Musician

Mark Geary is singer songwriter from Dublin, Ireland.With over 20 years on the music circuit, Mark has toured extensively in Europe, the USA and Australia.He has recorded six studio albums so far and he is currently touring with his latest album, The Fool.Mark has toured and performed with the likes of Glen Hansard, The Frames, Elvis Costello, Coldplay and the late Joe Strummer.His brother Karl was the co-founder of legendary New York venue Sin-e, where Mark cut his teeth in his early days in his musical carreer.You can find out more about Mark on hiswebsite, onInstagramorTwitter___________________________________________________________________Mark’s Music ChoiceBob Dylan– Idiot WindThe Beatles– Here comes the sunThe War on Drugs– PainThe Japanese house– Something has to changeKate Bush– CloudbustingCurrent Joys– Way out thereGlen Hansard– My brother’s keeperAll music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

82 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 71 - Mark Geary - Musician

Episode 70 - Deb Davis - Co-Housing advocate

Deb Davis is part of a group that plans to adopt the co-housing system in Ireland.Based on the LILAC project in Leeds, UK, the concept is one that promotes low environmental impact while enhancing community cooperation and interaction.Deb has traveled extensively and worked as a chef in various parts of the world.She is also a Doula and an instructor of Gentle Birth.She speaks candidly about her fight with breast cancer five years ago, of her love for music, her religious beliefs and so much more.You can find out more about Deb on Facebook_________________________________________________________________Deb's music ChoicePink Floyd - The great gig in the skySinead O'Connor - Hold Back the NightTony Childs - Welcome to the WorldSophie B. Hawkins - Don't stop swayingThe Moody Blues - Nigh in White SatinHarry Nilsson - Put the lime in the coconutOscar Brown - Bid them in__________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist_________________________________________________________________

66 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 70 - Deb Davis - Co-Housing advocate

Episode 69 - Martin Doyle - Books Editor/Journalist

Martin Doyle grew up in Banbridge, Co. Down during the Troubles and after a stint in Belfast’ Queen’s University, graduated from St Andrew’s College, Scotland.After a number of jobs in France and Germany he settled down in London where he found himself working for a newspaper and from there his career moved through various jobs and assignments until his current role as Books Editor for The Irish Times.In this candid conversation Martin discuss his experience of the troubles, the importance of music, the world of books, FatBoy Slim, Father Ted, the loss of his wife and more…You can find out more about Martin onTwitter,Instagram. or atthe Irish TimesYou can read the article that we discussed in the conversationhere_________________________________________________________________________Martin’s Music ChoiceHow soon is now –The SmithsThousands are sailing –The PoguesI am the resurrection –Stone RosesDimanche a Bamako –Amodou & MariamHurt –Johnny CashInto my Arms –Nick Cave & The Bad SeedsYou’re the one –Shane MacGowan & Maire Brennan______________________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

73 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 69 - Martin Doyle - Books Editor/Journalist

Episode 68 - Keith McCabe - Father / CF Ireland Board Member

Keith grew up in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and followed his father path into business and sales.He followed a normal path of school, study, first job, career, marriage, first child…His normal life path was changed abruptly when their second child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis just weeks after birth.He and his family had to quickly adapt to a New Normal .Keith sits on the board of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland and is the current Treasurer.He values the family unit, community and the importance of getting involved to make sure that change happensFor more information on CF_Ireland visithttps://www.cfireland.ieFor more about Keith check outTwitter,InstagramorLinkedin___________________________________________________________________Keith’s Music ChoiceStranger on the shore –Aker BilkAll Night Long –Lionel RitchieChildren –Tokyo MyersI Lived –One RepublicGiant –Rag n Bone ManSomething just like this – Coldplay with The ChainsmokersHourglass –Mindy Gledhill_____________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

66 MINOCT 24
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Episode 68 - Keith McCabe - Father / CF Ireland Board Member

Episode 67 - Gerry Cannon - Actor

Gerry grew up in Dublin and fell in love with acting as a young man and pursued it into his late teens.Circumstances change and he moved away from acting to pursue a working career with one of Ireland’s largest communication company.When the opportunity came to set up a business on his own, he took it and run a successful supply company for a decade…But throughout his working life the love for acting and the art of film making never left him.He has been pursuing his lifelong interest full time over the past few years and as well as acting he has been directing, producing and cooperating with like minded people to create festivals, short films and moreyou can find out more about Gerry on his websitewww.gerrycannon.ieor onTwitter,IstagramorFacebook___________________________________________________________Gerry Music ChoiceEddie Cochran– Summertime BluesFreddie White– Desperado waiting for a trainJames– Sit DownNigel Kennedy– Vivaldi – SummerPaul Brady– The IslandSting– RussiansTom Waits– Grapefruit moon__________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist_________________________________________________________________Related

72 MINOCT 16
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Episode 67 - Gerry Cannon - Actor

Showcase Episode - Here's How Podcast, by William Campbell

The Here's How Podcast is created by William Campbell and I am sharing it in my Social Fabric feed and here to give you a chance to hear a sample episode. To subscribe to Here's How Podcast go to the website by clicking or from Itunes or wherever you get your podcast.https://blog.hereshow.ie/

47 MINOCT 12
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Showcase Episode - Here's How Podcast, by William Campbell

Episode 66 - Deirdre Doyle - The Cool Food School

Deirdre Doyle grew up in Dublin and went to college in Galway. After travelling and working in various parts of the world, including Switzerland and the USA, she settled back in Ireland. When a job with a large Irish retailer did not work out as she had hoped, she dedicated her working life with a charitable organisation. When circumstances changed and her family grew she decided to re-skill and qualified as a Health Coach. This lead her to her current business The Cool Food School, that aims bringing food education to pre-schoolers and primary schools. You can find out more about Deirdre and her business on www.thecoolfoodschool.ie and also on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. ___________________________________________ Deirdre Music Choice Don’t Go – Hot House Flowers Brothers in arms – Dire Straits The Island – Paul Brady I say a little prayer - Aretha Franklyn Riverdance - Bill Whelan Cry Power - Hozier Nothing compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor ______________________________________________________ All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist __________________________________________

60 MINOCT 10
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Episode 66 - Deirdre Doyle - The Cool Food School

Special episode - medley of previous guests - Writers

I had some technical issues with some of the pre-recorded podcasts that I was hoping to release this week.While I am working on that I thought best to give you a medley of some of the writers that have been on the podcast previously.They are Tara Flynn, Linda Allen, Fiona Brennan, Abby Wynn, Kate Gunn and Ruth Fitzmaurice.Full Episodes are available on Itunes, Spotify or wherever you get yours. If you can spare a few seconds it would be great if you could leave a review and ratings on Itunes, it helps me greatly..

60 MINOCT 3
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Special episode - medley of previous guests - Writers

Episode 65 – Karen Kelly – SDG Advocate

Karen Kelly teaches in a college for further education in South Dublin, Ireland.She is passionate about travelling and has recently visited Tanzania and summit Kilimanjaro.She is an advocate for theDevelopment Perspectiveprogram and has travelled to Vietnam to learn about various aspects of sustainability.She is a regular sea swimmer and got into it after attending a Wim Hof workshop in Dublin.You can find out more about Karen onInstagramand more about Development Perspective Program on their websitewww.developmentperspectives.ie____________________________________________________________Karen’s Music ChoiceWillie NelsonOn Road AgainRolling StonesSympathy for the DevilPoppy Factory RecordsStarsGeorge MichaelFreedom ’90David BowieLife on MarsAretha FranklinThinkTina TurnerProud Mary______________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist__________________________________________

-1 sSEP 19
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Episode 65 – Karen Kelly – SDG Advocate

Latest Episodes

Episode 72 - Dawn Russell - Head of Services AnaLiffey

Dawn Russell grew up in a rural area Co. Tipperary, Ireland.After studying social science in college she joined Ana Liffey where she has worked for the past 13 years.Now Head of Services with the organisation, Dawn is a very emphatic and realist with a wonderful human touch.Her work, and the work of Ana Liffey, in the area of addiction concentrates on the Safer From Harm idea and the humanisation of people affected by addiction.You can find out more about Dawn onTwitteror on Ana LiffeyDawn's Music ChoiceGreen Day -SheThe Clash - ClampdownBlondie - Island of Lost SoulsPretenders - Forever Young (cover)Aslan - This isWyvern lingo - Out of my handsPogues - If I should fall from grace of god

70 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 72 - Dawn Russell - Head of Services AnaLiffey

Episode 71 - Mark Geary - Musician

Mark Geary is singer songwriter from Dublin, Ireland.With over 20 years on the music circuit, Mark has toured extensively in Europe, the USA and Australia.He has recorded six studio albums so far and he is currently touring with his latest album, The Fool.Mark has toured and performed with the likes of Glen Hansard, The Frames, Elvis Costello, Coldplay and the late Joe Strummer.His brother Karl was the co-founder of legendary New York venue Sin-e, where Mark cut his teeth in his early days in his musical carreer.You can find out more about Mark on hiswebsite, onInstagramorTwitter___________________________________________________________________Mark’s Music ChoiceBob Dylan– Idiot WindThe Beatles– Here comes the sunThe War on Drugs– PainThe Japanese house– Something has to changeKate Bush– CloudbustingCurrent Joys– Way out thereGlen Hansard– My brother’s keeperAll music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

82 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 71 - Mark Geary - Musician

Episode 70 - Deb Davis - Co-Housing advocate

Deb Davis is part of a group that plans to adopt the co-housing system in Ireland.Based on the LILAC project in Leeds, UK, the concept is one that promotes low environmental impact while enhancing community cooperation and interaction.Deb has traveled extensively and worked as a chef in various parts of the world.She is also a Doula and an instructor of Gentle Birth.She speaks candidly about her fight with breast cancer five years ago, of her love for music, her religious beliefs and so much more.You can find out more about Deb on Facebook_________________________________________________________________Deb's music ChoicePink Floyd - The great gig in the skySinead O'Connor - Hold Back the NightTony Childs - Welcome to the WorldSophie B. Hawkins - Don't stop swayingThe Moody Blues - Nigh in White SatinHarry Nilsson - Put the lime in the coconutOscar Brown - Bid them in__________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist_________________________________________________________________

66 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 70 - Deb Davis - Co-Housing advocate

Episode 69 - Martin Doyle - Books Editor/Journalist

Martin Doyle grew up in Banbridge, Co. Down during the Troubles and after a stint in Belfast’ Queen’s University, graduated from St Andrew’s College, Scotland.After a number of jobs in France and Germany he settled down in London where he found himself working for a newspaper and from there his career moved through various jobs and assignments until his current role as Books Editor for The Irish Times.In this candid conversation Martin discuss his experience of the troubles, the importance of music, the world of books, FatBoy Slim, Father Ted, the loss of his wife and more…You can find out more about Martin onTwitter,Instagram. or atthe Irish TimesYou can read the article that we discussed in the conversationhere_________________________________________________________________________Martin’s Music ChoiceHow soon is now –The SmithsThousands are sailing –The PoguesI am the resurrection –Stone RosesDimanche a Bamako –Amodou & MariamHurt –Johnny CashInto my Arms –Nick Cave & The Bad SeedsYou’re the one –Shane MacGowan & Maire Brennan______________________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

73 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 69 - Martin Doyle - Books Editor/Journalist

Episode 68 - Keith McCabe - Father / CF Ireland Board Member

Keith grew up in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland and followed his father path into business and sales.He followed a normal path of school, study, first job, career, marriage, first child…His normal life path was changed abruptly when their second child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis just weeks after birth.He and his family had to quickly adapt to a New Normal .Keith sits on the board of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland and is the current Treasurer.He values the family unit, community and the importance of getting involved to make sure that change happensFor more information on CF_Ireland visithttps://www.cfireland.ieFor more about Keith check outTwitter,InstagramorLinkedin___________________________________________________________________Keith’s Music ChoiceStranger on the shore –Aker BilkAll Night Long –Lionel RitchieChildren –Tokyo MyersI Lived –One RepublicGiant –Rag n Bone ManSomething just like this – Coldplay with The ChainsmokersHourglass –Mindy Gledhill_____________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist

66 MINOCT 24
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Episode 68 - Keith McCabe - Father / CF Ireland Board Member

Episode 67 - Gerry Cannon - Actor

Gerry grew up in Dublin and fell in love with acting as a young man and pursued it into his late teens.Circumstances change and he moved away from acting to pursue a working career with one of Ireland’s largest communication company.When the opportunity came to set up a business on his own, he took it and run a successful supply company for a decade…But throughout his working life the love for acting and the art of film making never left him.He has been pursuing his lifelong interest full time over the past few years and as well as acting he has been directing, producing and cooperating with like minded people to create festivals, short films and moreyou can find out more about Gerry on his websitewww.gerrycannon.ieor onTwitter,IstagramorFacebook___________________________________________________________Gerry Music ChoiceEddie Cochran– Summertime BluesFreddie White– Desperado waiting for a trainJames– Sit DownNigel Kennedy– Vivaldi – SummerPaul Brady– The IslandSting– RussiansTom Waits– Grapefruit moon__________________________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist_________________________________________________________________Related

72 MINOCT 16
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Episode 67 - Gerry Cannon - Actor

Showcase Episode - Here's How Podcast, by William Campbell

The Here's How Podcast is created by William Campbell and I am sharing it in my Social Fabric feed and here to give you a chance to hear a sample episode. To subscribe to Here's How Podcast go to the website by clicking or from Itunes or wherever you get your podcast.https://blog.hereshow.ie/

47 MINOCT 12
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Showcase Episode - Here's How Podcast, by William Campbell

Episode 66 - Deirdre Doyle - The Cool Food School

Deirdre Doyle grew up in Dublin and went to college in Galway. After travelling and working in various parts of the world, including Switzerland and the USA, she settled back in Ireland. When a job with a large Irish retailer did not work out as she had hoped, she dedicated her working life with a charitable organisation. When circumstances changed and her family grew she decided to re-skill and qualified as a Health Coach. This lead her to her current business The Cool Food School, that aims bringing food education to pre-schoolers and primary schools. You can find out more about Deirdre and her business on www.thecoolfoodschool.ie and also on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. ___________________________________________ Deirdre Music Choice Don’t Go – Hot House Flowers Brothers in arms – Dire Straits The Island – Paul Brady I say a little prayer - Aretha Franklyn Riverdance - Bill Whelan Cry Power - Hozier Nothing compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor ______________________________________________________ All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist __________________________________________

60 MINOCT 10
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Episode 66 - Deirdre Doyle - The Cool Food School

Special episode - medley of previous guests - Writers

I had some technical issues with some of the pre-recorded podcasts that I was hoping to release this week.While I am working on that I thought best to give you a medley of some of the writers that have been on the podcast previously.They are Tara Flynn, Linda Allen, Fiona Brennan, Abby Wynn, Kate Gunn and Ruth Fitzmaurice.Full Episodes are available on Itunes, Spotify or wherever you get yours. If you can spare a few seconds it would be great if you could leave a review and ratings on Itunes, it helps me greatly..

60 MINOCT 3
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Special episode - medley of previous guests - Writers

Episode 65 – Karen Kelly – SDG Advocate

Karen Kelly teaches in a college for further education in South Dublin, Ireland.She is passionate about travelling and has recently visited Tanzania and summit Kilimanjaro.She is an advocate for theDevelopment Perspectiveprogram and has travelled to Vietnam to learn about various aspects of sustainability.She is a regular sea swimmer and got into it after attending a Wim Hof workshop in Dublin.You can find out more about Karen onInstagramand more about Development Perspective Program on their websitewww.developmentperspectives.ie____________________________________________________________Karen’s Music ChoiceWillie NelsonOn Road AgainRolling StonesSympathy for the DevilPoppy Factory RecordsStarsGeorge MichaelFreedom ’90David BowieLife on MarsAretha FranklinThinkTina TurnerProud Mary______________________________________________________All music is available on Spotify in theSocial Fabric Playlist__________________________________________

-1 sSEP 19
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Episode 65 – Karen Kelly – SDG Advocate
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