Dean sat in for Orla on the Sunday Grill this weekend.
Orla's chatting about wellbeing and bird feeding, a sci fi Waterford drama set 250 years from now and lots more.
Orla is chatting to the Wexford design company creating a Karender in honour of Karens!
This week Kev hears from Waterford FC Operations Manager Tony Burke following an incident-packed evening at the RSC. We speak to Robert Cribbin from the Kilkenny People ahead of the county senior hurling final. And Ian Ryan from Wexford FC talks transfers.
Dilemma - My Mam Wants To Come To My Hen Party by Beat
Rob caught up with Morgan McIntyre of Saint Sister just before they start their tour of Ireland and the UK. They chatted about the new album 'Where I Should End', pre-gig nerves and the girls' background in choral singing. This interview was recorded on 5th November 2021. An edited version (with music) was broadcast on Beat 102-103 on 7th November.
Orla talks to Richard Chambers about his book A State of Emergency, she finds out how to beat the Christmas shopping stress and much more.
Beat Breakfast Podcast - November 5th 2021 Mixdown by Beat
In our fifth and final episode we ask, is there a future for League of Ireland soccer in Kilkenny?
In the fourth episode we see where it all went wrong for the South-East’s lost League of Ireland club
Dilemma-I've Been Hooking Up With MY Ex Behind His Girlfriend's Back by Beat
In the third episode we track Kilkenny City’s golden era under Waterford legend Alfie Hale
DILEMMA-My Friend Has Sacked My 5 Year Old From Being Her Flower Girl by Beat
Our second episode looks at a milestone appointment in the history of the club
In our first episode, Kevin looks at the foundation of Kilkenny City.
Dilemma -My New Fella Has the Same Shoe Size As Me And Thinks We Can Swap Shoes by Beat
On the day of release of their new album It's Gonna Be OK, Tebi Rex joined Rob O'Connor in the virtual studio to talk about the themes on the record, collaborating with other artists and just what the phrase "Tebi Rex" actually means. Recorded on 29th October 2021. An edited version of this interview was broadcast on Beat 102-103 on 31st October 2021.
Dilemma - My friend's make up is BAD. Can I tell her? by Beat
Orla has some spooky south east stories for Halloween and how 50 scarecrows are entertaining a southeast seaside town.
This week is an Olympics lookback as we hear from 200m sprinter Marcus Lawler, and 400m former Olympic Finalist Thomas Barr.
Beat Breakfast Podcast - October 29th by Beat
Dilemma- My Housemate Keeps A Padlock On His Door And I Want To See Inside His Room by Beat
My Brother Wants to Charge Me To Stay with Him For 2 Weeks by Beat
This week we hear from new Waterford football boss Ephie Fitzgerald, and we get the lowdown from the Galway camp on Henry Shefflin's appointment!
Orla chats milk trucks, positivity and to actress Norma sheehan on her latest theatre role.
Beat Breakfast Podcast - 22nd October 2021 by Beat
I'm Grieving and My Ex Got in Touch-Does This Mean Something? by Beat
My Friend Hasn't Invited My Boyfriend To Her Wedding by Beat
Dilemma-My New Boyfriend Has A Very Hairy Chest by Beat
Dilemma - My New Boyfriend Is A Singer - Songwriter Singing About His Ex by Beat