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The Hard Shoulder Highlights with Kieran Cuddihy on Newstalk. Join Kieran every weekday afternoon from 4-7pm for a round-up of the day’s events, interviews with the people at the centre of the stories – and a bit of craic along the way. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, pl ...
 
Each week, thousands of brewers download The Master Brewers Podcast to hear interviews with the industry's best & brightest in brewing science, technology, and operations. The show is known for featuring technical deep dives, a bit of brewing history, cutting edge research, hard lessons learned, important industry contributors, and no fluff. If you make beer for a living, this show is for you. Thank you, sponsors!
 
Presented by Bloom (Bloomforwomen.com), Love Rice is the place where we honor our messy hair and messy hearts. It’s the place where we experiment with love, life and happiness to learn more about authenticity. None of us escape the hard stuff of life but all of us can Bloom. Weekly updates. Email your ideas scabs@bloomforwomen.com
 
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The online portal for the vaccine rollout for 60-69 year olds is open, but it's been criticised by some for being clunky and cumbersome.Katherine O'Keefe, Director of training at Castlebridge and co-author of their book on Data Ethics explained why a system like this takes 39 steps, and the kind of information that it will provide the HSE. Sheila w…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is suggesting to people in the UK to confront those they see littering.It comes as there has been an increase in disposable packaging over the past year which has led to more rubbish being discarded.Reporter Josh Crosbie has been putting this idea to people who are involved in the collection of rubbish.He spoke …
 
Now it's time for "Reimagining Ireland", what would you like to see in a post pandemic Ireland? Perhaps car free towns and cities and putting the push bike first?Henry McKean jumped on his fold up bike and took a ride on the new Blackrock to Dun Laoghaire cycle path, meeting experts who have redesigned the town of Blackrock in Dublin, giving pedest…
 
Over the past 12 months we've seen our homes evolve and become our workplaces, workout spaces and home schools. As a result many of us have noticed there is room to improve in our homes.Kieran was joined by celebrity architect, Dermot Bannon, one of the talented architects taking part in the RIAI Simon Open Door campaign. The campain hopes to raise…
 
Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced a “pause” on hotel bookings for quarantining on a precautionary basis, in order to ramp up capacity in the system.He confirmed yesterday evening that no bookings in mandatory hotel quarantine will be available until next Monday.CEO of IBEC Danny McCoy and Tonie Walsh, who is an archivist and writer cur…
 
This week has seen significant setbacks to the vaccine rollout plans, just as the vaccines are set to start rolling out to more members of the public.The online registration for COVID-19 vaccinations will open tomorrow for people aged 65-69, as the priority list shifts to an aged-based system.Health Minister Stephen Donnelly joined Kieran on The Ha…
 
The UK’s partial reopening of pubs and restaurants on Monday marked the latest easing of restrictions.People took advantage of new rules allowing pubs and restaurants to serve drinks and food outside.And while there was great joy, others are not so sure that so many crowds have been worth it.Bonnie Greer is an author, playwright and columnist with …
 
A link has been found between the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and rare blood clots. As a result, the company has decided to pause their vaccination distribution.Ireland was due to receive 605'000 doses of Johnson and Johnson in the next three months.Kieran was joined by Paul Moynagh and Roisin Shortall to discuss the topic.…
 
A report by the Department of Transport has said there’s ‘merit’ in considering congestion charges for Dublin and Cork.It is one of over a dozen other proposals in the works for improving quality of life in Irish cities.The congestion charge is an idea that has been implemented in a number of cities around the world, aimed at reducing traffic in ci…
 
Irish Rail says it plans to add capacity to certain services from Tuesday, after scenes of full trains on the first day of schools reopening.Newstalk reporter Barry Whyte told The Hard Shoulder that things started to get cramped early on Monday.While he says he witnessed hundreds of students getting on the train at Booterstown at around 4pm on Mond…
 
Further changes to the vaccine roll-out plan are expected as health officials meet on Monday.It's expected the National Immunisation Advisory Committee will recommend AstraZeneca be used only for over-60s, amid concerns about rare blood clots.Leader of the Labour party, Alan Kelly and Anthony Staines Professor of Health Systems in DCU join Kieran t…
 
Dublin City Council plan to pedestrianize Merrion Row, Mary Street and part of Capel Street on a trial basis, to help restaurateurs back on their feet with controlled outdoor dining this summer.Kieran was joined on The Hard Shoulder by Martin Harte, from the Temple Bar Trading Company, Nigel Dugdale, advocate for a Liveable Limerick and Frank McDon…
 
How The Matt Brewing Company deals spent hop material & other things you wish you knew before you built a brewery. Special Guest: Jim Kuhr. Sponsored By: Hopsteiner: Proximity Malt: BSG: Gusmer: Precision Fermentation: Fermentis: Brew Ninja: MoreBeer: Links: ​Lessons Learned Regarding Spent Hop Material Recovered from Wastewater Stream and the Fina…
 
It is a year to the day when 1,000 Irish Debenhams workers received an email telling them that they were losing their jobs. And for the last 365 days some of the workers have been protesting.The former workers never received any redundancy, despite this being agreed with the British high-street giant a few years before.So staff, many of whom worked…
 
A former advisor to Tony Blair has expressed his dismay at the rioting in Northern Ireland.Lord Andrew Adonis was an advisor to Tony Blair during the negotiations for the Good Friday Agreement, and he has been raising concerns about the lack of attention to Northern Ireland by successive Prime Ministers in Westminster.He says Unionist extremism is …
 
Sinn Fein Vice President and Deputy First Minister in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill says the rioting across the North has been about deflection and pushing back against successful policing operations.Speaking to Kieran Cuddihy, she said there can be no equivocation between her attendance with other Sinn Fein members at the funeral of Bobby Sto…
 
For the past year, food has been one of the very few things we have been able to enjoy and take pleasure in.However, with 60% of Irish adults overweight or obese, perhaps it’s time to stop the comfort eating and look a bit more closely at our diet.Intermittent fasting is a new way of eating that focuses on when not what we eat, and Kieran was joine…
 
The Minister of State for Disability has ordered the HSE to pause the rollout of the Progressing Disability Services programme.It comes after the new programme would have pulled Speech and Language Therapists away from their on-site work in special schools and into one of 96 children's disability network teams.Parents and teachers were concerned ab…
 
Today marks 100 days since the vaccination campaign began in Ireland.Adrienne O’Doherty, whose mother Anne is 86 and still waiting for a vaccine joins Kieran to discuss why many who are housebound still haven't been vaccinated. Roisin Shortall, co leader of the Social Democrats also speaks to Kieran about the roll out.…
 
Britons aged 18-29 will be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine after dozens of people developed blood clots days after getting the jab.And it comes as EU health ministers meet on the back of the EMA’s advice that blood clots are a ride side effect of the vaccine.Kieran speaks to Gabriel Scally public health physician, and Profe…
 
Bathroom, sitting room, and bedroom all in one? That's what you find when you look for rented accommodation in Dublin. Or, at least that's what Ireland AM reporter Brianna Parkins found today. She joined us to tell us about the quality of rentals available in the capital. As well as Brianna, we also heard from Dublin landlord Joe Doyle, who doesn't…
 
Síle Seoige has met with couples who have experienced miscarriage, as well as experts in the field, in an effort to talk openly about an issue that affects so many women and couples.Síle joins Kieran to talk about her experience and about the making of the documentary.
 
In a new series across Newstalk, we are Reimagining Ireland - examining some of the changes we’d like to see across a range of areas in a post pandemic Ireland.Today we're looking at the Irish nightlife- how can we improve the evening social scene and specifically what can do we have a more balanced nightlife that isn’t centred on alcohol?Maria Wal…
 
Brian Robson, author of ‘The Crate Escape’, once tried to get home from Australia stowed away in a crate on a cargo plane. All because he couldn't afford a plane ticket. Unfortunately, it didn't go to plan. He told us all about it. He also told us about his search for his two Irish friends who helped with the mad plan. If you know who they are, Bri…
 
Teachers unions are prepared to consider industrial action if Government doesn't agree to prioritise the vaccination of teachers.Last week a decision was made to simplify the vaccine priority list to an age based approach.Aodhán Ó Ríordáin joins Kieran to discuss the situation.
 
Since businesses have closed one thing has become apparent - the lack of any substantial public toilets across the country. In Dublin this weekend, queues for the few available toilets built up. In spite of how quiet the town was.Graeme McQueen, Dublin Resident, and Claire Byrne, Green Party Councillor for Dublin South East Inner City joined us on …
 
"You would be forgiven to think that the lockdown had been lifted." Those are the words of Brigid Walsh, resident in Grand Canal Dock who told us about the scenes there at the weekend. Not only were massive crowds gathered in breach of Covid restrictions, but Brigid also told us about the filth they left behind.…
 
We take a look at the carbon footprint of barley and hear about how a maltster's procurement contracts have drastically reduced that carbon footprint at no cost to farmers. We'll also hear about some case studies from the malthouse, as well as how & why every brewery should take a practical approach to sustainability. Special Guest: Nigel Davies. S…
 
Lunchtime Live heard from callers earlier about the level of littering in areas around the country and it comes as we head into the Easter Weekend when more people will be out and about.Josepha Madigan Minister of State with responsibility for Special Education and Inclusion joins Mark Cagney to discuss why she believes a litter awareness campaign …
 
Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's former director of communication and strategies, and author of "The Alastair Campbell Diaries" joined Kieran on the show to talk about his latest book. It covers the years 2010-2015, and includes his memories and reflections on the Olympics, the Queen's visit to Ireland, David Cameron's leadership and Alastair's ment…
 
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