George Mulcahy is joined Live on Lifeline by Singer, Songwriter Paul Quin where they chat about his new single Be Yourself Girl, what inspires him to write and what it’s like to be an artist in 2021.
George Mulcahy is joined on Lifeline by Musician, Singer and Songwriter Brendan Shanahan, writer and producer of the video Hello World – We Are One, a project aimed at helping Primary School children cope with Covid 19. More information can be found…
George Mulcahy is joined by Sarah Bermingham, Communications Co-Ordinator at ISPCC where they chat about an 11% rise in child abuse reports as well as a forthcoming fundraising event.
George Mulcahy is joined on Lifeline by Sarah Bermingham Communications Co- Ordinator Childline, ISPCC where they chat about the services provided to young people at the organisation, delivering services through the Covid 19 pandemic and the forthcoming Way To 5k event.
George Mulcahy is joined by Hazel Masterson where they discuss Fibromyalgia Awareness Month and what it’s like to live with the condition. Hazel has lived with Fibromyalgia for 20 years and tells us her story.
Brain Awareness Week 2021 – Rhodri Cusack – Thomas Mitchell Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in Trinity College Dublin.
Brain Awareness Week presented by Karen P Meenan. Rhodri Cusack is the Thomas Mitchell Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in Trinity College Dublin. He uses neuroimaging in infants during their first year of life to study how the mind develops.
George Mulcahy is joined by Mary McCarthy from Re-Open Schools Ireland where they chat about the work of the organisation as well as concerns regarding children’s educational welfare during Covid.
George Mulcahy is joined on Lifeline by Joan King, Service Manager at YAP Ireland where they chat about the work of the organisation as well as discussing the organisation’s drive to recruit new Youth Advocates.
George Mulcahy is joined by Gerry Boland, Manager and Spokesperson for Animals Behind Closed Doors where they chat about Factory Farming here in Ireland and its risk to the population through disease and infection.