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Growing your own food. Explained. We bring you the innovators and experts in gardening, agriculture, and food so that you can grow, cook, and enjoy more of your own food. Hosts: Emma Biggs is a Gen-Z author and speaker with a passion for growing tomatoes. Steven Biggs is a horticulturist, author, and college instructor focused on home food gardening.
 
Hello there and welcome to the Every Ounce podcast! Here, we talk all things mental health, wellness, and resilience. Lexie is determined to bring you a one-stop shop for all things related to mental might. Join us for talks about naps and fruit snacks, to the most real and raw conversations of life. This is where you will find community, validation, and most importantly, strength. Be sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram or visit everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for a ...
 
This is a collection of talks and interviews that Mary-Ann has done over the last 10 years or so. The cover a multitude of subjects, mostly within the health field, but not limited to.. And, if you know Mary-Ann, she has an opinion on anything and everything! (She is my wife, I can say these things!!) Biography In 1991 Mary-Ann and Mark Shearer opened their first shop in Craighall Park, Johannesburg. It was called “Mary-Ann’s Wholefood Emporium” – .It started out as a health food store suppl ...
 
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If you tell a lie too many times it becomes the truth. Well in that case, the “3peat” podcast is here to reverse engineer that concept and feed you with knowledgeable fruit to guide you through your day. We’ll discuss a multitude of topics from sports, politics and everything in between. Call us a one stop shop and enjoy the free game. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/threepeatpodcast/support
 
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Mystery Recipe helps kids AND their grown-ups uncover the fun, fantastical, and fascinating sides of food. Each ingredient-themed episode builds to a grand finale: a mystery recipe cook-along. Get excited about cooking (and eating) by digging into the deliciously silly and unexpectedly educational. Hosted by Molly Birnbaum. A production of America's Test Kitchen Kids.
 
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The only show that provides you with your daily dose of stoke. My name is Kevin Johns, and I am an avid surfer and a curly haired homie from New Jersey. Tune in and hear this smooth voice take you on a journey to the beach where you're sipping a mad delish corona while trying to get sand out of your buttocks. Stay frosty! Check out Swellometer merchandise at the Swell Shop! https://teespring.com/stores/swell-shop All music credit goes to Aerosmith. If you want to support the podcast go to an ...
 
Here at Whetto's World I'll be educating those willing to listen. Im out here looking for all the Rebels, Entrepreneurs, and Hustlers hell bent on success! I wanna know what makes them tick and how they got started on their journey to represent DoWatiWant Industries! Plus we help let you the listeners in on all inside game along the way! Getcha pad and pen ready cuz you gonna learn a lil somthing on this podcast. Welcome to Whetto's World!!...Be sure to follow us on all social media platform ...
 
Cost of Goods Sold is a Podcast about the environmental and social costs of the things we buy. In each episode, we explore topics like sustainability, innovation, social entrepreneurship, the circular economy, conscious consumerism and how we all can effect change. Be inspired by thoughtful designers and responsible creators and curators using business to create positive impact. Listen in to hear the stories of those taking on the world’s biggest challenges and making meaningful contribution ...
 
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On Monday’s Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Tom Stewart from Keane’s Garden Centre in Kilcolgan.On this week’s In The Garden, Tom provided listeners with all the information, tips and tricks regarding planting fruit now for a home grown harvest this summer.If you have a question for Tom, contact the show on 0818 400 964 or send a text o…
 
On Monday’s Morning Focus, It was time again for our weekly Arts slot with County Art’s Officer Siobhán Mulcahy.Siobhán provided our listeners with all the details of live events for entertainment lovers in the Banner County this week, who rounded up events on the social calendar for the coming fortnight.…
 
The Chair of the newly formed Shannon Residents Group says the community 'wants to be heard' around plans for a significant emergency accommodation facility in the town.Elaine Kingston believes communication on the matter needs to improve, and a commitment to further resources for the area is needed.…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Theresa Garrihy who is a singer from Ennistymon. Theresa discussed the official launch of her debut album 'Home' which will take place in Russell's Bar in Fiddle and Bowe as part of Russell Festival Weekend on February 25th. She described her passion for music and singing ever since she was young and s…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Allen Flynn who is the Co-owner of the Flynn Hotel Collection which includes The Old Ground Hotel in Ennis. Allen expressed his delight at the accolade and he spoke about what he believed was key to their success and highlighted ways in which the hotel group can improve even further. He discussed the i…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan took a trip to Hometree which is an environmental and biodiversity charity based in Ennistymon. He met up with Ray O'Foghlu who is the engagement and education officer of Hometree and Susan O'Neill who is a Clare singer and songwriter. Ray spoke about the changes and upgrades in Hometree along with highlighting the …
 
A Clare Government Senator says 'optimism' and 'positivity' is needed as the country continues its switch to more sustainable forms of energy.The State has a target of achieving 50 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025, meaning an 8 percent jump is required within the next two years.Coal will stop burning in Moneypoint Power Sta…
 
Clare Gardaí are reminding motorists in the county to slow down this bank holiday weekend. Extra checkpoints will be in operation across the weeeknd, with Gardaí patrolling major and minor roads in both marked and unmarked vehicles. Gardaí will also be conducting breath tests for drugs and alcohol.Clare's Crime Prevention Officer, Sergeant Tríona B…
 
Coming up on the show, we will preview Clare's National Hurling league campaign, look ahead to the Banner's second game of the National Football league, and preview a busy weekend of Clare soccer actionWe will also be hearing from the Ennis Hockey Club as part of our Sport in Focus series and there's a special preview with a Clare slant ahead of th…
 
A Clare Government Senator insists 'appropriate services' are needed in this county and elsewhere to cater for expected further arrivals of refugees and asylum seekers in the coming months.Mountshannon-based Fianna Fail Senator Timmy Dooley, who was in the war torn country earlier this week, has been telling Clare FM's Josh Prenderville that EU mem…
 
An Ennis economist has warned that as long as inflation remains high, interest rates will continue to rise. Assistant Professor of Social Policy at UCD, Micheál Collins expects this will lead to a slowdown in spending, which is what the ECB is trying to engineer, but he says it also might help take the heat out of the housing market.…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Grace Wells who is an Ennistymon resident and is the Author of 'Everyone Has a Different Ennistymon.' Grace discussed the book-length poem which captures the meaning of Ennistymon for her along with describing the past, present and future of the north-west town. She described her motivation to write the…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Nigel Devine and Stephen Flaherty who are helping to organize a fundraising night for the war torn areas of Ukraine in association with the Irish Red Cross. The duo spoke about the fundraiser which will take place at Tracey's West County Hotel at 9pm on Friday February 10th. They discussed the various a…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Lorraine Mullholland who is from Antrim and previously attended Queen's University in Belfast. She is also the woman behind Irish History Bitesize which is a very popular twitter account. Lorraine discussed her debut book which she has just published called 'St Brigid & Other Amazing Irish Women.' She s…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Morning Focus caller Geraldine who vented her frustration regarding the anti-social behaviour that is ongoing in Ennis caused by young teenagers in particular. She offered up various solutions regarding repercussions for both parents and teenagers in these situations.…
 
TOMATO-GROWING TIPS AND TECHNIQUES! Grab your spot now at the Feb. 6 LIVE VIRTUAL CAMP. Oklahoma garden designer Linda Vater loves to create elegant edible gardens. Her work is inspired by the tradition of the potager garden. We talk about: Potager gardens Making ornamental and elegant edible gardens Design elements such as enclosure How to design …
 
A Sixmilebridge shop owner says there's a 'need' for the State's energy supports for businesses to be extended beyond the end of this month.There are concerns that a low uptake of the scheme by businesses here may see the Government review the need to maintain the Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme beyond February.329 Clare businesses have av…
 
A Clare cancer survivor claims a lack of access to health facilities and GP care during the pandemic prevented members of the public from receiving a potential cancer diagnosis.According to the Irish Cancer Society, one in ten expected cancers were not diagnosed in 2020, the equivalent of 2,600 people.In its submission to the Oireachtas Health Comm…
 
On Tuesday’s Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Petrina O’Halloran who is the Founder of Birth and Beyond and also runs Mama’s Boobie Box. Petrina discussed the growing increase of C-section births taking place in Ireland. Petrina also highlighted the importance of having a plan in place before going into labour and expressed the need for more educa…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Denise Maher and Angela Collins who are members of the Truly Joyful Ennis Gospel Choir. The pair discussed the gospel choir who have now been operating for 16 years and highlighted the activities they carry out visiting parishes across the county and singing at charity events. They urged people to com…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by John Burke who is the Owner of the Armada Hotel, Spanish Point. John discussed his delight at being voted the best 4 star hotel in Ireland at the Virgin Media Business Gold Medal Awards in the Connacht hotel in Galway last Wednesday. He spoke about the competition his hotel were up against across the …
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by John O'Connor of Custy's Music Shop on O'Connell Street in Ennis. John discussed his anger and disappointment regarding the ongoing anti-social behaviour taking place in the county town. He highlighted one particular incident that shocked him and left a couple in their 60's uncertain as to whether or …
 
The Health Minister insists there's 'a lot more capacity' to be delivered at the region's main hospital.Stephen Donnelly was speaking following a Seanad motion calling for further investment in health services in the Midwest region.Stephen Donnelly's been telling the Seanad that workplace practice changes are also required within the Group, but he …
 
The Mayor of Ennis is hopeful that a 'big name' retailer will anchor the proposed Abbey Street Carpark Redevelopment Project.Fianna Fáil Councillor from Ennis, Clare Colleran Molloy, says a popular retailer may put an end to people leaving the county town to shop in either Limerick or Galway.By Clare FM
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus Alan was joined on the show by 'Sarah' who shared her lengthy ordeal of spousal abuse that lasted for many years culminating in her being hospitalized. 'Sarah' has experience of needing the refuge and support of Clare Haven. She wanted to tell her story to highlight the great work being done by Clare Haven and to encour…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Rosie McMahon of Shannon Estuary Way Retreat. Rosie spoke about her interest in Celtic festivals and in particular Imbolc which is a pagan holiday that is celebrated on February 1st annually. She described the meaning of Imbolc which is considered as a time of rebirth, hope and healing along with hig…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Ruairí Ó Conchúir who is the Community Water Officer for Clare, Limerick and Tipperary along with Olive Carey from the Shannon Town Wetlands Project. Ruairí discussed World Wetlands Day which is viewed as an international day to celebrate the importance of wetlands. Olive discussed the wetlands proje…
 
The Chair of Clare's Joint Policing Committee says he'll be contacting the Justice Minister over what he believes is a 'disappointing' number of new recruits here in recent years.New figures show just 51 new Gardai have been attested to Clare since 2015, with just four of the country's 28 divisions having seen lower numbers of starters in the same …
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by Damian Browne who is a former rugby player and extreme adventurer. Damian discussed the journey he completed last October where he became the first man to ever row from New York to Galway. He described the gruelling and daunting challenge that he faced during his 3,000 nautical mile voyage across the…
 
A Clare farmer is calling for the cut on the excise duty for petrol and diesel to be maintained for the duration of 2023.It comes as Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan has signalled that the cost-of-living measure may be reversed in the coming weeks.Kieran Hogan of O'Sullivan Hansbury Garage in Ennis and Martin McMahon, Clare Chair of the ICMS…
 
A Clare Mother and Baby Home survivor has described the six-month time limit in the planned redress scheme as 'insulting'.The Mother and Baby Institutions Payment Scheme Bill 2022 is due to be voted upon by the Dáil this evening and stipulates that children born in an institution will only qualify if they spent more than six months there.Adoptee fr…
 
Shannon Town's to hold an event to mark Word Wetlands Day later this week.The Shannon Wetland Restoration Project is a community initiative undertaken by a number of stakeholders in the area, with the project set to be completed in the next number of years.The group in conjunction with the Local Authority Waters Programme is to host an event tomorr…
 
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