Podcasts/ 7 months ago
Female Entrepreneurs: Libby Clarke talks cattle and property and how her work family keep her grounded
At the tender age of fifteen it was clear to Libby Clarke that sales was the route for her, however, a...
Female Entrepreneurs: Sinead O’Donnell’s business spirit shines in the darkest of times
It is not always clear what the future holds. Plans are laid down and ideas cultivated but life often has a...
Female Entrepreneurs: Petra Carroll on how she ‘foiled’ the stereotypical business plan
What do you need to start a business? Qualifications, money, a business plan? Not according to long-standing Armagh based hairstylist and...
Podcasts/ 8 months ago
Female Entrepreneurs: Emma Stinson lays bare her love for leather and loom
Most people can say that they have inherited something significant from an elderly relative, but few can say they have inherited...
Tyrone legend Sean Cavanagh on why Armagh is such a cultural fit for family and business
For all intents and purposes, Sean Cavanagh is a son of Tyrone – a former county captain, three All-Ireland medals, five...
Newry/ 9 months ago
Podcast: Martin Carvill’s mindful philosophy helps cancer recovery and return to the top of his game
In 2019 Martin Carvill was on a life support machine battling for survival against oesophageal cancer. Three years later, almost to...
Newry/ 10 months ago
Podcast: Kevin Bell’s legacy brings loved ones home to rest
The KBRT logo can be seen on GAA jersey’s from Crossmaglen to Kilcoo and even across the water in San Francisco....
Newry/ 10 months ago
Podcast: Therese Hughes MBE – a compassionate hairdresser who knows her wigs
In 2008 Therese Hughes stayed in the Ritz, had afternoon tea at the House of Commons and was invited to Buckingham...
Armagh/ 10 months ago
Podcast: The Bay writer Daragh Carville – first to know where the bodies are buried
An average of over seven million viewers are hooked on ITV crime drama The Bay, which first aired in 2019. The...
Markethill/ 11 months ago
Podcast: How twins entrepreneurs Aaron and Andrew built themselves a business empire
Born together, business partners forever. Over the last nine years entrepreneurial Banbridge twins Aaron and Andrew Burns have built themselves a...
Armagh/ 11 months ago
Podcast: Armagh singer/songwriter Dani Larkin takes folk world by storm
She grew up in Madden as Danielle Carragher, but since reaching back in time and taking her maternal great grandmother’s long...
Podcasts/ 11 months ago
Podcast: Atmosphere Immersive keeping Jake’s legacy alive and businesses ahead of the curve
An innovative media company is putting Portadown on the map with their 360-degree technology and high quality video content helping local...