Interracial dating: “People kept asking ‘where is she from?'”

Filomena Kaguako

The Orgasm Gap: ‘We have this frustrating myth that sex is easy and innate’

Aoife Drury

Single parenting in a pandemic: ‘I cry alone in the car so the kids don’t...

Lia Hynes

Author Ruth Gilligan: ‘I have slowly colonised our flat’s small second bedroom into my writing...

Sophie Grenham

About 400,000 women in Ireland have this condition and don’t know


All the best looks from the 2021 Golden Globes

Lauren Heskin

Why the 2021 Golden Globes are being overshadowed by controversy

Jennifer McShane

3 rural homes in Co Cork on sale for €175,000 and under

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GALLERY: Beautiful gowns from The Golden Globes through the years

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6 Podcasts We’re Loving Right Now

11th Dec 2015

The Irish Times Women’s Podcast Presented by Kathy Sheridan and produced by R?is?n Ingle, this weekly magazine programme, available every Monday, aims to cover and discuss in depth topics that are of real interest to Irish women. Already they’ve interviewed author Louise O?Neill and Women for Election and we’re looking forward to hearing who will be up next,

The Longest Shortest Time An incredibly honest, funny and insightful podcast about parenting,

Strangers Beautiful stories, wonderfully narrated,

R?is?n Meets – R?is?n Ingle tackles issues both serious and light and chats to Ireland’s key influencers but in a comforting way that makes you feel you’re sitting in her kitchen overseeing a personal catch-up. Kate Beaufoy, Bressie, Niamh N? Dhomhnaill, Gabriel Byrne, Marian Keyes and the incomparable Emer O?Toole have all featured,

Topical Popical?New to the scene is Andrea Horan and Brendan Courtney’s collab – the world’s first lifestyle app-series. The 20 “appisodes’ air every Monday on the Frockadvisor app and see women filmed in Dublin’s beloved Tropical Popical nail salon talking about whatever’s on their mind while having a mani.

An Irishman Abroad with Jarlath Regan Each episode sees comedian Jarlath Regan meet with an Irish writer, actor, sports figure or personality to discuss their life and experience of moving abroad. Philomena Lee is our personal favourite,

This article was originally published in the November issue of IMAGE Magazine.

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