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The Limerick Lady Podcast

Mar 24, 2022

Connecting to a "joy state"; writing as part of the healing process; self esteem and "sexual self-esteem"; teaching your kids kindness and respect; running a zero-drama household; establishing and practicing our boundaries... A mere handful of the subjects explored in this month's podcast episode with host Emma...


Feb 17, 2022

“I do genuinely adore my job, and I’m dancing in the crowd while I’m taking my photographs”  To drastically paraphrase Jona Lewie, you will always find Ruth Medjber with a camera in her hand at parties. This month's guest talks to us about the things that elevated her to being selected to tour with the likes of...


Jan 20, 2022

Ann and Emma record together, in person, for the first time since March of 2020. This month's episode is a reflection on gender-based violence, men's violence, and violence against women.  

According to Women's Aid, 244 women have died violently in Ireland since 1996. 
Of resolved cases, 87% were perpetrated by a...


Nov 17, 2021

This month Cassie Delaney joins Ann Blake to talk about the freedom and political power of podcasts, creepiness, queerness and being on the other side of an intense religious upbringing. A lot of fun was had in the making of this episode - just to be clear - even though Emma wasn't there. (She's very busy touring at...


Aug 19, 2021

Caroline O'Donoghue is the author of two novels, Scenes of a Graphic Nature and Promising Young Women - not to be mistaken with Promising Young Woman (singular) starring Carey Mulligan, unless you want to give Caroline an Oscar that is. 

Ann Blake and Emma Langford chat with the Cork-born novelist about the music that...