Aoibhinn and Company with Louise Kennedy and her sister Caroline
Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain talks to Louise Kennedy and her sister Caroline about their childhood in Thurles and the influences that shaped their careers in fashion and public relations
Aoibhinn and Company 10 November 2013
In the last of the current series, Aoihbinn talks to World Champion walker Rob Heffernan and his wife and manager, sprinter Marian Heffernan about sport, life and love
Aoibhinn and Company with Dorothy Cross and Tom Cross
Aoibhinn interviews iconic artist Dorothy Corss and her brother, zoologist Professor Tom Cross
Aoibhinn and Company with Colum McCann and Pol O Braonain
Aoibhinn meets writer Colum Mc Cann and musician Pol O Braonain who have colloborated on a song called Transatlantic, based on Colum's novel of the same name and featured on Clannad's new album Nadur
Aoibhinn and Company with Munster 1978 players
Aoibhinn chats to veterans of Munster's 1978 victory against the All Blacks : Tony Ward; Christy Cantillon and Donal Canniffe
Aoibhinn and Company with designer Jen Kelly and lawyer Kathleen Garrett
Aoibhinn talks to fashion designer Jen Kelly and his client lawyer Kathleen Garrett, originator of the Arthus Cox Irish Fashion Showcase
Aoibhinn and Company with Catherine Dunne
Award winning Dublin writer Catherine Dunne talks about how recovering from personal tragedy changed her life
Aoibhinn and Company with Sean Farrell and Seamus O'Leary
International development workers Sean Farrell and Seamus O'Leary describe their working lives
Aoibhinn and Company with Paul Durcan
Aoibhinn talks to Paul Durcan about his life, his poetry and four places that are important to him : Dublin, Mayo, London and Paris
Aoibhinn and Co with the Earl of Rosse and daughter Alicia
Aoihbinn Ni Shuilleabhain in conversation with Sir Brendan Parsons, the Earl of Rosse and his daughter Lady Alicia about Birr Castle
Aoibhinn and Company with Peter Gallagher and Emma Teeling
This week, Aoibhinn talks to a husband and wife who are both scientists and both Associate Professors. Professor Emma Teeling is a bat expert while her husband Professor Peter Gallagher is a space scientist.
They explain their work, how they met and how they juggle family life with careers at the cutting edge of scientific exploration.
Aoibhinn and Company with Olive White
This week, Aoibhinn meets Dubliner Olive White who was crowned Miss Ireland in 1961. She recalls the excitement of her days as a girl in Crumlin in Dublin, her teenage modelling career, her job in RTE working as a presenter on Jackpot and finally her whirlwind romance with Kits Browning whom she met while working as an acting extra in Ardmore Studios in Bray, County Wicklow.
Aoibhinn and Company with Donal Ryan
This week Aoibhinn is in the company of Booker long-listed Irish author, Donal Ryan. Donal discusses how he heard about the news of the nomination for The Spinning Heart and what it means to him. He shares stories of his upbringing and close family ties. His is a very close family and he stressed the importance of growing up in a household full of books and the need to be a big reader if you want to write.
Aoibhinn and Company with Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly
This week, Aoibhinn spends an hour in the company of Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly. Originally from Dublin, Steve was recently knighted for his services to medical sciences. He is currently Professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Medicine at Cambridge University.
Aoibhinn and Company with Bressie
Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain interviews Bressie about his childhood, overcoming his fear of swimming and asks what the future holds
Aoibhinn and Company with Patrick Prendergast, Provost TCD
Aoibhinn and Company with the Provost of Trinity College Dublin
Aoibhinn and Company with Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh and her father Fergal
Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain interviews Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh and her father Fergal who perform and Muireann sings accompanied by Gerry O'Beirne
Aoibhinn and Company with Rory O'Neill
Aoibhinn interviews performer Rory O'Neill who is better known as the drag queen Panti
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