Kind en gezin – Ierland – Nieuwe podcasts

  • What's Amanda Knox up to these days? How's Jon Ronson getting on? And what does Richard Dawkins think of bath bombs? Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews celebrities and quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining them is a mix of celebrities...and a man who once had to eat his friends. 

    New episodes every Monday.

  • Meet Chris Martin - comedian, actor, writer and podcast host with over 2 million downloads. But never in Coldplay.


    Chris interviews guests from the world of comedy and acting to find out what type of relationship they have with their parents, digging in deep to the messy truth of how they make us feel. Itโ€™s a podcast that will have laughs but is also unafraid to get serious and explore regrets and let downs from childhood to adulthood. Learning about these great guests and their families will be endlessly fascinating... and maybe even help Chris to convince his dad to say those three words, โ€œI Love Youโ€! 


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  • It's All Relative is a six-part series presented by Susan Bradley, where she interviews the siblings of famous people and sports stars.Susan draws on her own experience as the sister of rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll.The 6-part series features the siblings of people from various walks of life, including Jamie Duff, brother of Damien, Richie Kearney, brother of Rob and Dave and Steven O'Riordan, brother of Joanne.A new episode will be released every Wednesday at 11am here and on the Newstalk App.Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.

  • Join Kim West, also known as the Sleep Lady, as she breaks down your top parenting concerns and gives her gentle take. Not only does Kim believe that you can successfully sleep train your child without leaving them to cry it out alone, but she also teaches shame free parenting. Most importantly, she knows that even in our imperfection as parents, it is possible to raise resilient, compassionate, and confident children. Grab a coffee or a glass of wine, throw in your ear pods, and join us!

  • The Happy you, happy kids podcast is to help you and your family live happily ever after. Author Beverley Densham brings you a fusion of Angel therapy ®, Sports Science and Bev magic, bringing you tips, meditations for more happiness and inspiration for both you, your mental health and your family every single week, to help you with a toolbox to live happily ever after.

    Beverley Densham is Author of the bestselling book I talk to Angels, has a degree in Sports Science from the University of Brighton, Angelic lifestyle coach and founder of the happy kids cards, to bring more happiness, confidence and calm to childrens lives and you.

    www.beverleydensham.com (http://www.beverleydensham.com/?fbclid=IwAR0qjTI9t57hhlP7mx4Cx-RuvZCnqRDrFIa5BmUCIMEN4B1timF7MvYpaf0)

  • Welcome to Play Scotland's Play Well Podcast series!
    Each month we will be exploring play through different themes by talking to play experts, play champions, and practitioners who are passionate about play.
    Join us to learn about the importance of play for child development, play as a human right, and the different ways play can be used to tackle social issues.
    #PlayWellPodcast

  • The official podcast of Jo Croft, the Clinical Canine Behaviour & Training Specialist of 16 years, former Vet Nurse and Author of the Puppy Coach book and online training package.
    Follow Jo as she discusses how to build a strong, safe relationship with your dog, as well as her top tips for dog and puppy training, covering common problem areas such as crate training, puppy pads and potty training, barking and biting.

  • Paternity Ward is about 6 guys who were friends and then became fathers. Follow them on their journey as they provide different perspectives on fatherhood.

  • On Darren Kennedy's The Secret Life Of Celebrity Pets, famous faces chat to Darren about their pets and how they’ve changed their lives.



  • This podcast is for those that have someone in their life affected by Selective Mutism. Whether you are a parent of a child with Selective Mutism, a teacher with an SM student, or a medical professional working with an SM patient, this podcast will give you an inside look at what Selective Mutism is and how a child can be supported to help them overcome this anxiety disorder. As a mom of a child with SM, this podcast will be a way for me to help others on the same journey. I will share the ups and downs of our journey and hopefully help you avoid some detours along yours. New episodes will be released the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. I hope you join me!

  • Six children, adolescents and young adults are diagnosed with cancer every week in Ireland.


    Created by Childhood Cancer Foundation Ireland, Gold Ribbon Conversations is the podcast that explores the real experiences of childhood cancer, the fear, anxiety, sadness and pain.

    But also the light, hope, friendships and the community that exists here.


    Hosted by Sinead O'Moore, 5 episodes will share personal stories, early symptoms, moments of diagnosis, the impact of treatment, survivorship and bereavement, as well as hearing from physical and emotional experts in this field.


    September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Gold Ribbon Conversations is just one way that Childhood Cancer Ireland are supporting families fighting cancer.


    To donate text GOLD to 50300 or visit childhoodcancerfoundation.ie for more.


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  • Zookeeper Brendan Walsh brings us behind the scenes at Dublin Zoo with some lucky kids to meet the animals and their keepers. Each episode uncovers a new animal and their habitat.

  • Season 2: “CASES THAT CHANGED PEOPLE’S LIVES” - REVISITED

    This legal documentary series was devised and presented by me in the early Spring of 2005.  The late Peter Mooney was allocated by RTE Radio 1 to assist me with the direction of the production.  He was a highly skilled and innovative man whose enthusiasm for the series was a great boost at the time: he seemed to know immediately what I was hoping to achieve, and he guided me enthusiastically towards making this Legal Documentary Series that was very well received and enjoyed by many. Peter has since passed away and my condolences extend to his family and friends: I am most grateful for his contribution to this series.

    Having retained the rights and copyright to the series, it is my pleasure to present this Podcast Series and provide you with an opportunity to listen to this selection of outstanding cases, in the Irish context, that had an impact on society and the course of social history. Through one person’s case, things changed for many people who found themselves in the same circumstances, or in circumstances related to the new rights that were upheld and vindicated by the courts.

    Season 1:  “What Does Law Mean, Mumu?”
    Whereas the Book “What Does Law Mean, Mumu?” is an introduction to the law for young people and is  described as “a walk and talk” through which young people ask a trusted older person about different aspects of the law and of the administration of a country, the Podcast Series, which is accompanying the book, is intended to provide more “food for thought” arising out of the topics discussed.

  • Mamia&Me, hosted by Amy Huberman, is a place for parents to talk about the big crazy adventure that is parenthood. Amy will be chatting to mums and dads and special guests about everything from lockdown parenting to baby brain and surrogacy to home births. The whole parenting kit and kaboodle.

    @amy_huberman (https://twitter.com/amy_huberman)
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  • Juli und Anne-Marja, zwei Trageberaterinnen und Mamas, die ihre Babys am liebsten tragen.

  • Twinkle Time TOP 20 Countdown
    Educational-Bilingual-Musical Fun
    Bringing the HOTTEST Family Music from around the world and so much more!

  • Find My Parent is proud to present its ‘You’re Double’ podcast hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran.

    While over at findmyparent.org, we have developed innovative technology to reunite children with their families, we also believe its important to dive deep into the topics affecting children and separated families to address the root causes of parental abduction and alienation.

    ‘You’re Double’ will do just that by asking the tough questions to experts and thought leaders about relationships, marriage, divorce, parental alienation, child trafficking, joint custody, co-parenting, and so much more. These experts will often include family therapists, divorce lawyers, politicians, social workers, and government employees.

    Most importantly, the podcast gives space for people who have been directly impacted by parental alienation, parental abduction and divorce to share their stories. We will be releasing new episodes every Wednesday with our first episode coming next week. Do bookmark and add us to your favorite podcast app.

  • Encouragement during estrangement. Learning how to step back into happiness

  • From the mind of R.L. Stine, the creator of Goosebumps, comes a new series that will give you chills, make you laugh, and entertain like only R.L. Stine can. Join Ivy, the club president, as she takes listeners into the strange, the bizarre, and the frightening world of R.L. Stine. R.L. Stine's Story Club - let the thrills and chills begin! Starring Ariel Winter (Modern Family) as Ivy, R.L. Stine's Story Club is part of the GoKidGo universe of shows for kids, written and directed by NY Times bestselling children's author Patrick Carman. For ages eight and up.

  • Welcome to The Autism Educator PodcastAn extension of Little Puddins' Family Blog & The Autism Educator Parent Support Forum created by Amanda Mc Guinness, autistic adult, mother, educator and advocate. Follow our autism journey from the perspectives of an autistic adult, mother to three autistic sons and my sometime co-host; daughter Hailey - a sibling of 3 autistic brothers.

  • Each episode we abandon our comfort zones to get a little gutsy and hold space to grow into stronger versions of ourselves. In 2014, the birth of my daughter Leyden changed my entire world. Four months later, grief shattered it. I was broken, scared, lost, angry, and hopeless. I didn’t want to live and wasn’t really sure how to. I sought every means to “fight” grief: researching, joining parent groups, and I even traveled outside of the country twice, to hear world-renowned grief speaker Dr. Raymond Moody. Disappointed, I discovered like all adversities in life, there is no way to “beat” grief. But, thankfully, there were effective strategies I could employ when navigating such choppy waters. Whether it was understanding the gut-brain connection, or getting gutsy in my ability to face discomfort, the tools I learned, saved my life. There are not nearly enough resources to support each other through uncomfortable challenges – be it the loss of a job, a relationship, a sense of self… or life. Talking about uncomfortable things, well that takes guts. And we are going to get really gutsy here.