On the cusp of becoming a World Recognised Heritage site, we take a walk around the ancient monastic area and surrounds on this episode of the Open Door.
On this episode of The Open Door we find out what is it like living with 194 displaced people?
Meet the guys who are playing football and winning awards with Emo Celtic and a woman from Sudan who struggles to put on a smile for her daughter every day!
Lough Boora Running Group are featured on this episode of the Open Door.
Hear from a man who started jogging in his 60s, a woman who went from 0 to 21k, tips on how to get started and about their first Half Marathon which will be held on April 1st.
The words of Ellen Momo.
She recalls moving to Fiji with her partner, adjusting to a different culture and then dealing with a hurricane which devastated their village. Now back in Ireland, she tells of how ‘tapping’, or the EFT technique, saved her life.
Billy Dunne from Ballycumber has Williams Syndrome but it doesn’t define him.
He is very much part of village life in Ballycumber and he loves playing the Yew harp.
Hear his story here.
Writer, poet, & Irish Times columnist in conversation with Ann-Marie on love, religion and being in the moment.
On the 10th anniversary of his death, Ann-Marie chats to the people that new him best.
We go for a walk with his nephew Ray Dolan around Mullingar, popping into Dolan’s pub for a quick tipple then on to the Joe Dolan statue, to his birthplace and back to Dolan’s pub to meet his brother Ben Dolan.
Ann-Marie went along to the East Midlands Parkinsons Association Christmas party which took place in the Castle Arms Hotel in Durrow, Co.Laois.
Find out what else these toddlers have to say on this Open Door Christmas special.
The brilliant Shadow Shakers joined Ann-Marie on the Roadhouse Cafe on Friday last.
They chatted and played songs live in studio including their brand new and original Christmas single, Christmas Eve.