Mary Coughlan On Constance Markievicz and Women in Ireland
Ocean FM celebrates Constance Markievicz, not just for her part in the Easter Rising but as the first woman to serve as a cabinet Minister in our country and indeed in all of europe. Fewer than twenty five women have followed in her footsteps and these serving and former Ministers reflect on her legacy as a woman, campaigner and politician.All Podcasts can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Soundcloud or wherever you find your podcasts. Just search OceanFmIreland.You can listen to the opinions of other current and former female cabinet ministers in Ireland here https://bit.ly/3sOHQDz
September 10th 2020 | Matt speaks to Paul Moynagh, Neasa Hourigan, George Parker, Mary Coughlan & Alan Barrett
The Tonight Show
Matt Cooper & Ciara Doherty give straight-up analysis on all the latest Covid-19, political and economic developments. #TonightVMTVPeople urged to change behaviour as Gov prepares #COVID roadmapWill #COVID and #Brexit ensure an unequal recovery?Musicians call for more supportsAir date Thursday September 10thSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Irish singing great Mary Coughlan joins Des on the island to talk through her musical memories, her love of Billie Holiday, and how the Covid crisis has impacted her touring but given her a bit more time at home with the family.
Mary Coughlan is the greatest female vocalist Ireland has ever produced. It’s not even why she stands alongside, or even between, the bruised, battered but unbeaten giants of jazz chanson on both sides of the Atlantic, Billie Holiday and Edith Piaf
Chris Frantz, Mary Coughlan, Kayode Ewumi, Courtney Marie Andrews, Winston Surfshirt, Athena Kugblenu, Clive Anderson
Clive Anderson and Athena Kugblenu are joined by Chris Frantz, Mary Coughlan and Kayode Ewumi for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from Courtney Marie Andrews and Winston Surfshirt.
Episode 1 singer songwriter Mary Coughlan in conversation
Ireland Talks Podcast
Today I am joined by one of Ireland’s greatest female vocalists Mary Coughlan from the county of Galway where she was recently presented with a lifetime achievement award by the mayor of Galway in recognition of her impact on the cultural life of the city.
One of Ireland’s best loved singers, Mary Coughlan, joins me in this episode to chat about her incredible music career, her struggles with alcoholism and drug use after experiencing abuse in early childhood, her recent health scare, her collaboration with Brokentalkers for the biographical play “Woman Undone”, her new found love of yoga and mountain walks during lockdown and lots more. Check out Mary’s website www.marycoughlanmusic.com for updates on rescheduled tour dates and her new album “64” due to be released later this year.
Mary Coughlan - EP029 - Thats Good Craic - That Sober life
The That's Good Craic Podcast - The Sober Life
Our guest on this podcast was born in County Galway and would be considered Irish musical royalty. In 1985 she recorded her debut LP, Tired and Emotional, a major hit here in Ireland. After Tired and Emotional, she drank alcohol excessively and was hospitalized more than thirty times. She started her journey of recovery in 1994 and celebrates 26 years of life without drink and drugs. A number of other records followed in the years to come, and she became a critical favourite throughout much of Europe. With 1997's After the Fall, Mary made her U.S. debut, soon earning a devoted following on American shores. She has released many albums since including her latest album Live & Kicking in 2018. So we are happy to welcome Mary Coughlan.
Episode 7: Walking with Mary Coughlan, investment manager at Redmayne Bentley, Glasgow
The Wealth Show
Join us as we walk around the quieter end of Glasgow city centre with Mary Coughlan from Redmayne Bentley. Originally a scientist, she tells us how she made the leap into investment management and discusses the ongoing gender imbalance, exclaiming how the lack of females is a massive loss to this industry. Having been in financial services for over 16 years, she recalls being in the USA when the news of Lehman Brothers broke and tells us exactly why she’s not addicted to markets.
Jazz and Blues Singer Mary Coughlan joins us to shed light on her recent stance on George Hook’s victim blaming comments and we talk about Press Freedom with Irish Times Columnist Fintan O’Toole. Don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts and if you like the show, please rate and review and […] La entrada Sparking Change with Dil #1 | Fintan O’Toole and Mary Coughlan se publicó primero en Headstuff.