Vinnie Hurrell is a Radio, TV Producer and Presenter with BBCNI. He talks about how he got involved in broadcasting and the different types of work he is involved with. He produces the Stephen Nolan Show and has also expanded into other areas he has interests in. He also talks about his family life and how it was living under the Covid restrictions.
Denise Watson has been involved in Television and Radio as a sports journalist and radio presenter. She worked for many years in the BBC and now on UTV. She broadcasts each morning with Maurice Jay on U105's Breakfast Show to a very large audience of listeners!!
On the Podcast she talks about her life, family, interests and how she got involved with the media.
Dr. Alan Curley is a University Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing studies at UWS and a Director of UC-Mindsolutions Ltd, an Award Winning Centre for Sport and Life Improvement. He is also a Practitioner with the Faculty of Public Health (FPH), a member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
He is currently working as a lecturer in University Of Glasgow working in mental health and addictions. He also works as a sports psychologist with clients trying to improve their sporting performance. He has written a book called 'Playing the Game of Your Life'.
Tim McGarry is a comedian, actor, broadcaster and member of the 'Hole in the Wall Gang'. On the podcast Tim will talk about who he is, what makes him tic and how he got involved in TV and Radio. He will also talk about how he leads his life and some of his interests which range from Cliftonville Football Club to being a Patron with the Northern Ireland Humanists.
Ralph McLean is a local TV presenter, radio DJ, arts commentator, radio producer and newspaper columnist. Ralph presents his BBC radio show 'The Ralph McLean Show from Tuesday to Thursday between 8 and 10pm, playing music which includes a range from classical to country music. Ralph is also involved in Television and writes for local newspapers. He enjoys films and tells us about a very interesting visit and car journey with the famous Hollywood actor Tommy Lee Jones. We have something for everyone on this Podcast!!
Thamra is the Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for Pelvic Health in Belfast Trust. She works with men and women of all ages, dealing with pelvic health problems. This could involve bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction or problems with pain in the pelvic area. She and colleagues are also involved with men who have received cancer treatment and particularly men who have been treated for prostate cancer. Men sometimes find it difficult to talk about their health and areas such as pelvic issues can be very difficult for them to seek treatment and information. We think this podcast will educate and bring men some very useful information in relation to pelvic health issues and how to get further advice.
In this Podcast Philip talks about how he became a Psychiatrist, his interest as an Interpersonal Psychotherapist and also how the current Covid 19 crisis is having an impact in terms of mental health issues. He has worked for the Belfast Trust for many years although now on a sessional basis following partial retirement.
Philip has a long interest in local politics and current affairs.
Cahir Murray talks about the Dads Project which supports dads in Northern Ireland who are separating, separated or currently involved within the courts service.
The Dads Project promotes dads being engaged and involved in their children's lives. This project will help you to develop more confidence in your parenting ability and to build positive connections with other dads in a similar position in your community.