Unpredictable, up to the minute and never too far from the heart of the matter, Ryan Tubridy hears what you have to say from 9.00 - 11.00 each week day on RTE 2fm
Clinical psychologist David Coleman was in studio to answer listeners’ questions on sex education: talking to your school-age child about sex, toddler hitting and how to build confidence and self esteem in children.
It was an extremely busy weekend in GAA. There were fights and controversy on the pitch...and off the pitch Sky began their GAA coverage with the Kilkenny Offaly clash. Sunday Independent journalist, Damian Lawlor joined Taragh on the line to tell us more.
Having a disability can present many challenges in life but one that’s often overlooked is the limited opportunity for sexual experience. Physical difficulties, social isolation and lack of privacy can make it difficult for people with disabilities to explore their sexual desires. Kylie Connell is an occupational therapist and sexologist who has spent years working to help people with disabilities to experience sexual pleasure. Kylie joined Taragh in studio.
We all need our own time out and space to grieve the loss of a loved one but many people don’t have the luxury of zoning out and taking time for themselves. But wouldn’t it be nice to able to escape the real world for a while to allow yourself time to think and reflect on the loss in your life...? Taragh talks to author Kate Kerrigan who did just that after her brother Tom passed away.