Clara Cooney is back again to discuss the importance of supporting local suppliers, producers, artisans and small businesses. Changing the way we shop, even on a small weekly scale, can keep supply chains moving and people in jobs locally.
Clara Cooney joins Emer for another episode in lockdown, on what the top essentials are to get you cooking and baking confidently at home.
Clara Cooney shares her story about her love of food, taking a huge leap of faith to leave her corporate job to train at Ballymaloe and start her own food business. This is an inspiring story of following your dreams and resetting your compass.
Emer is in conversation with Cork student Jean O'Riordan who at 16 years of age, is the youngest ever participant to feature on the Sky Arts' Portrait Artist of the Year TV show.
Fifteen year old student Sarah O'Mahony joins Emer in the studio for this episode to discuss a life changing trip she is just back from in India with The Hope Foundation and her passion for Climate Change
We are starting off 2020 celebrating the voice of youth in our city. Our first young guest is Holly Davis, the 15 year old rising star in the world of Irish rowing.
Emer sits down with Maurice Dineen who started Club Ceoil in Ballyphehane to find out about what it has been like to set up a school for all ages and watch it grow from only a handful of students 11 years ago to over 450 people now of all ages.
Emer & Viv sit down with Lenore Good, Mom of 6, aging from 17 down to 15 months, four of whom are on the autistic spectrum. Lenore set up her blog - Out in the sticks with six - after her son Bodhi was diagnosed with autism.
Emer interviews Cork mother of three, Lorraine Spillane whose youngest son Harry has a rare metabolic condition called Tyrosinemia Type 1 where he is missing an enzyme to break down protein in his body
Emer & Viv chat to dynamic duo Madeleine Murray & Dr. Tara Shine,the founders of Plastic Free Kinsale, a community initiative helping reduce plastic & recycle more.
Emer sits down with Daniel O'Mahony from 'Da Silly Heads' in a very open and honest podcast about mental health, breaking stigmas & his journey of self discovery building an arsenal to cope with his own mental health challenges
Fresh after a Summer of family time and rest, Emer and Viv are back with Hazel Buckley who switched off her social media and went backpacking across Portugal, the Thai Islands and West Cork with her husband and three young children the past three months.
Emer & Viv are in conversation with one of their ultimate girl crushes, Irish athlete Marian Heffernan who is fifth in the the all-time Irish record books for the women's 400 metres.
We recorded this episode as we have been going through some big changes personally and in business. We talk frankly about the Irish fashion industry, how we have had to adapt our business to change with the times, prioritise what serves us & brings us joy
Emer and Viv talk with Lisa Walsh, Mom to Keeva who was born with Achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism. Lisa set up 'My Small Wonder' online to share their daily battles and triumphs.
After working closely for the past few months with teenagers living in Direct Provision at the Cork Migrant Centre, Emer and Viv recorded this special episode to create awareness about some of the inspiring stories from people living in Direct Provision.
Emer and Viv are in conversation with actor, director and producer Julie Kelleher. From drama and dance classes as a child right through to one of the most respected jobs in Irish theatre, she is into her 5th year as Artistic Director of Cork's Everyman
Emer and Viv sit down with Jack Crotty of The Rocketman about his new food and community website www.neighbourfood.ie. We hear about Jack's path into food from a young age and his training at Ballymaloe after com
Emer is in conversation with Jean Noonan who, having worked in the corporate world of pharmaceuticals for seven years after completing a BSc Hons in Chemistry from UCC, changed paths to teach yoga full-time.
Emer & Viv speak with Cork born Stephanie Barry who, after leaving her career in London, began travelling with her husband Tim. Since their leap of faith, they have visited 16 countries and currently live and work remotely from Bali.
In episode five - Be In Fashion - Emer sits down with Cork based TV fashion stylist Natasha Crowley and RTE hair stylist Pamela Morrissey, owner of Sobe Brown Hairstyling in Cork
In episode four - Be Funny - Emer chats to Laura O'Mahony, TadhgHickey and Dominic MacHale of Cork comedy trio CCCahoots
Emer is in conversation with Irish singer Gemma Sugrue. From her school days in Dingle, to travelling Australia, The Caribbean and Europe singing after school, to studying a music degree in Cork and opening a vocal training school in Munster
Emer is in conversation with Rena Buckley and Stephen McDonnell. Both guests discuss how sports has played a hugely beneficial role in their lives from a young age.
A conversation with Jamie & Chloe O’Herlihy about their journey to transition as transgender sisters in Cork and finding happiness in being their true selves.