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  1. Nice guys finish first...... On this episode Simon K speaks to actor Patrick Kilpatrick One of the finest screen/television character actors of his generation, playing against a spectrum of Hollywood's leading action heroes, Patrick Kilpatrick's entertainment career has spanned more than 170 films and television shows as lead actor, producer, screen writer, director, and global entertainment teacher- from "Minority Report" with Tom Cruise to "Dark Angel" with Jessica Alba, from the largest production in Public Broadcasting history to the Los Angeles Theater Center with John Goodman and Academy Award winning British director Tony Richardson in Shakespeare's "Anthony and Cleopatra". He has appeared in over 75 hit TV shows such as "24", "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" and all "CSI". His action film villain appearances embrace a multitude of genres and an international Who's Who of directors, writers, production talent and leading men and women of the last quarter century. The Replacement Killers (1998 - director Antoine Fuqua) against Yun-Fat Chow, Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Caan in Eraser (1996 - Chuck Russell), Last Man Standing (1996 - Walter Hill), opposite Bruce Willis, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995- Geoff Murphy), opposite Steven Segal, The Presidio (1988) - Peter Hyams), opposite Sean Connery and Mark Harmon, two award-winning and highly rated original cable westerns opposite Tom Selleck, Last Stand at Saber River (1997- Elmore Leonard) and Crossfire Trail (2001), one western opposite Sam Elliot and Kate Capshaw HBO's Premiere Films adaptation of Louis L'Amour's The Quick and the Dead (1987), and the ever-popular action mainstay Death Warrant (1990) opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme, as "The Sandman". He has even done battle with the largest mammal on earth in Free Willy 3: The Rescue (1997). His further and recent work includes the film Parasomnia from director Bill Malone ("Fear.com", "House on Haunted Hill)", "Nip/Tuck", "Chuck", "Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles", "Burn Notice", all NCIS franchises and the film "American Violence" with UFC Light Heavyweight Champion of the World Stipe Miocic. Kilpatrick is president and CEO of Uncommon Dialogue Films, Inc. (UDF) (founded 2005) - a full service event/script, casting, film and media service company - idea inception to global return on investment realization. His producing/fund raising/film financing and production background has taken him from Fiji to the London Stock Exchange for the presentation of investment film slates. Until a military coup toppled the Fijian government he was briefly named founder of the University of Pacific Film and Theater program. He has taught acting, auditioning, directing, producing and film distribution, Men in the Movies, Star Trek and Stage Combat at the University of Wisconsin (Whitewater) and Hampton Sydney College in Virginia and at the Texas Theater Center in Dallas/Fort Worth. Kilpatrick has prepared full film school curriculum for the governments of Brazil and Nigeria while privately and group entertainment coaching in Los Angeles and via Skype. The Uncommon Dialogue Film Mentorship Program - under his directorship and chief instruction, utilizing his "Deliver the Goods" Curriculum - has coached countless students from beginners to active professionals in all phases of entertainment warrior status while guiding each to agency representation and self-production. He was invited by New York Film Academy Veterans Advancement Program to present a Master Class on Oct. 13, 2017. He has in the past partnered with Los Angeles Film Academy for his charitable event The Hollywood Celebrity Sporting Clays Invitational that raises money for wounded warriors and City of Hope Hospital. He is appearing in theaters, stores and Netflix in "American Violence" and "Assassin X", "Cops and Robbers" with UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quentin Rampage Jackson, "Black Water" with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren. Upcoming "Catalyst" and "Night Walk" filmed in Casablanca, Morocco- also as invited teacher in Marrakesh. Kilpatrick is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, winner of the People's Choice Award at the 2015 Action on Film Festival in Los Angeles (Best Picture "Assassin X") and the recipient of the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Professional Achievement Award from his Alma Mater - The Gilbert School in Winsted, Connecticut. He was that school's graduate guest speaker spring 2017. As a voiceover performer he has appeared as the voice of Sailplane Grand Prix, the narrator of the Olympic IMAX movie, and as political VO for candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) and Mayor of Miami/Governor candidate Florida's Phillip Levine (D). Website:https://www.patrickkilpatrick.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrickkilpatrick/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImPatKilpatrick Twitter: @ImPatKilpatrick Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-kilpatrick-463954a/ IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0453304/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm
  2. The kids are alright....... On this episode Simon K speaks about kids and our relationships with them, understanding them, loving them, raising them and how different our childhoods were to children's childhoods today. He talks about the tolerance we need to have for an ever-changing world and how our kids need our support in discovering who they are and want to be. Some people want kids, some people don't and some people have different approaches to raising their children in an ever challenging world of technology, social media, peer pressure and cyber bullying to name but a few. His special guests this week are his own children Kassandra 11, and David 8, who give us their opinions about childhood and answer some interesting questions. Join Simon,Kassandra and David for a really interesting podcast about kids and all their funny and amazing facts. https://www.factinate.com/things/28-facts-child-development/ https://www.ispcc.ie https://www.tusla.ie https://www.unicef.org https://www.humanium.org/en/childrens-rights/
  3. Children's legacies..... On this episode Simon K speaks to Andrew McGinley. Warning: This episode contains stories of children's deaths and may affect some listeners. (Helpline numbers below) Simon discusses the heartache of Andrew losing his 3 children and how he wants to continue their legacy and make sure they are not forgotten and he hopes other people in similar situations can learn from this and get help. 24 Jan 2022 marked two years since his three beloved children, Conor, 9; Darragh, 7, and Carla, 3, were killed by their mother Deirdre Morley at their family home in Newcastle, Co Dublin. Mr McGinley feels he is no closer to understanding why his children died. Ms Morley was found not guilty of their murder by reason of insanity and was committed to the Central Mental Hospital. Ms Morley, a highly trained paediatric and renal nurse, is currently in the care of the Central Mental Hospital. Both Mr McGinley and Ms Morley are now suing the HSE, the Governors of St Patrick’s Hospital, and a named person. The legal action is a bid to highlight the need for improvements in Ireland’s mental healthcare system, Mr McGinley said. Mr McGinley has been campaigning for changes in mental health care and for new amendments to mental health legislation so that supportive families of people who are mentally ill are involved in their care. He has been campaigning on the issue with Cork woman Una Butler whose two children, Zoe, 6, and Ella, 2, were killed by their father, her late husband, John Butler, before he killed himself in 2010 in Ballycotton. He said that three legacy projects he established in his children's names are what now drives him. Web: https://asdarraghdid.ie/ https://www.conorsclips.ie Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpVEYEDjsJFVKbm_VlyUooQ Twitter: @conorsclips https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/death/bereavement_counselling_and_support/bereavement_counselling_andsupport_services.html Family support:https://www.tusla.ie/services/family-community-support/family-support/ AdVIC Advocates for Victims of Homicide: http://www.advic.ie/ Samaritans: https://www.samaritans.org
  4. High stakes....... On this episode Simon K speaks about Ireland's rural drug scene and how it is changing Irish lives. Cocaine is the second most commonly used drug among students in Ireland, according to a new survey. In first place for recreational drug use with this cohort is cannabis, while cocaine is now thought to be more widely used today than ecstasy. According to Ireland’s drug crisis campaign, there has been a consistent increase in drug use in the Irish population since regular population surveying began in 2002, with males and young people being the most common users. He also speaks to Irish examiner journalist Ann Murphy about rural drug use in Ireland. Ann Murphy Ann Murphy is an award-winning journalist and a general news reporter with the Irish Examiner. Ann was previously crime reporter at The Echo (Cork), where she spent 19 years. In 2020 She was bestowed with a prestigious Justice Media Award from the Law Society of Ireland. Ms Murphy was the recipient of the award in the Print/online journalism (local) category, receiving recognition for her ‘Sex for rent’ investigation. Murphy graduated from Mary Immaculate College, Ireland. She has written a book on drug smuggling in Ireland, published in 2008 called Nothing to Declare : The Drug Smugglers' Deadly Trade Book: https://www.amazon.es/Nothing-Declare-Smugglers-5-Sep-2008-Paperback/dp/B013RPKFWC twitter: @CraftyReporter instagram: https://www.instagram.com/craftyreporter/?hl=en Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-murphy-62ba784b/ Helpline Ireland:https://www.drugs.ie/phone Helpline international: https://atforum.com/related-websites/international-organizations/
  5. Rest in power........ On this episode Simon K speaks to Bill Edgar from Australia,who is the Coffin confessor. Bill tells Simon all about his life as a a street kid, being homeless, suffering abuse at the hands of family and teachers and how a spell in prison changed him. He talks about how he became a private investigator and eventually starting crashing funerals as the coffin confessor telling deceased people's secrets and confessions to shocked families and so called loved ones.And how he wrote a book about it and now Hollywood is at the door and a movie deal is signed with Ryan Reynolds maybe playing his character. He also talks about how he helps people in debt who are being screwed over by big debt collection agencies and reputable companies. Listen for an interesting tale from an interesting man. Bill Edgar is the Coffin Confessor. He is paid to gatecrash funerals and speak for the dead He is a one-of-a-kind professional, a man on a mission to make good on these last requests on behalf of his soon-to-be-deceased clients. And this is the extraordinary story of how he became that man. Bill has been many things in this life: son of one of Australia’s most notorious gangsters, homeless street-kid, maximum-security prisoner, hard man, family man, car thief, professional punching bag, philosopher, inventor, private investigator, victim of horrific childhood sexual abuse and an activist fighting to bring down the institutions that let it happen. A survivor. As a little boy, he learned the hard way that society is full of people who fall through the cracks – who die without their stories being told. Now his life’s work is to make sure his clients’ voices are heard, and their last wishes delivered: the small-town grandfather who needs his tastefully decorated sex dungeon destroyed before the kids find it. The woman who endured an abusive marriage for decades before finding freedom. The outlaw biker who is afraid of nothing . . . except telling the world he is in love with another man. The dad who desperately needs to track down his estranged daughter so he can find a way to say he's sorry, with one final gift. A private investigator turned professional ‘funeral-crasher’ is set to become the next big thing in Hollywood after landing a book deal, a reality television show and a movie contract with Paramount Pictures.
  6. Ad astra..... On this episode Simon K speaks to Irish astrophysicist and potential future astronaut Cillian Murphy. They speak about his career as an astrophysicist and his ambition to become an astronaut with the European Space Agency. Cillian tells Simon about his travels and growing up in different countries. Cillian also talks about his love of sports and martial arts, training in the ESA and running analog and simulated missions to further space exploration. They also talk about what science means to people now, and how scientific theories can be challenged and how little we still know. Cillian Murphy Dubliner Cillian Murphy is an Irish astrophysicist working towards becoming an astronaut with the European Space Agency. He graduated with an MSc in space science & technology in December 2016.He also holds a BSc in Physics with astronomy and space science. Cillian grew up bilingual in Mexico speaking English and Spanish. Today he also speaks Irish and German. He has been a committee member for several sports and social initiative organisations at university and in the workplace with focuses ranging from martial arts to basketball to green environmental policy promotion. His career ambitions include; becoming an ESA astronaut, working at ESOC in mission control for future space missions, or working in astronomical research. Today, the 28-year-old lives and works in Budapest as a process engineer in a biofuels company. He has one main ambition in life: to become an astronaut and be one of the first Irish people to make it into space Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cillian-murphy-he-him-248466106 email: cillian.peter.murphy@gmail.com Austrian space forum: https://oewf.org/ Lunares space research: https://lunares.space/
  7. When Irish eyes are smiling..... On this episode Simon K speaks about St Patrick’s day and all its myths and legends. He looks at interesting facts about the man and the legend and gets to know the myth a little closer. He also talks to special guest Aindrias e Staic about his life, what he’s up to at the moment and looks back at some Irish tales including St Patrick himself. Together Simon & Aindrias discuss how Ireland sees St Patrick’s day and how it is perceived in other places including of course the USA. Have a listen to a fascinating insight into St Patrick and his life. Aindrias de Staic Aindrias de Staic is an Irish fiddle player and one of a new generation of Irish storytellers. He performs in both the Irish language and in English. Well known for his vibrant style of fiddle performance and charismatic stage presence, Aindrias de Staic has enjoyed roles on London's West End (Woody Sez) and with Dublin's Abbey theatre (Jimmy's hall) but Aindrias is also a well known Irish language TV presenter (Tg4) & award winning story-teller. His work is heavily informed by his upbringing in the rural west of Ireland, particularly Mayo and Clare.Since completing a Masters (Hon's) at University Limerick, Aindrias has become one of a new generation of Irish story- tellers. He's chiefly interested in the combination of music & storytelling in Theatre, Film, TV, Digital media and live Storytelling performance. His work as traditional artist, actor and Tv presenter in recent years has given a confident approach to reinvigorate aspects of Irish story-telling with music, character development and theatrical devices. Aindrias de Staic is well known for his work in the Traditional Arts locally and internationally. He has directed and produced a wide range of collaborative arts projects and events including Greek-Irish Music Project in Melbourne and various theatre and story-telling productions worldwide. In recent years he has returned to his craft as a fiddle player, and is known internationally for his lively, wild approach to bowing, double stops and heavy chords. His fiddle style is influenced by recordings his great grandmother Susan Sullivan from West Clare and also by his upbringing near the Mayo Gaelteacht. Web: https://www.aindrias.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/aindestaic?lang=en Facebook: Aindrias de Staic - Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com › ... › Public figure › Musician IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3557478/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smalltownsheanachai/
  8. All we hear is....... On this episode Simon K speaks about radio and what it means to us now and over the years. He talks about the history of radio,fun facts about radio,how it was used during the war and how radio has changed over the years. He also talks about the top radio hits and some songs written about the radio. Also he talks to two special guests,Tracey Lee & Nails Mahoney.Two radio experts who tell us all about radio and their careers and how they are helping people today with their "On air coaching company and their Radio star competition to find new radio talent. Maybe you are the one? Join Simon for a thrill ride of interesting and informative talk as he gets to know....radio. TRACEY LEE Tracey is a Radio Presenter in UK, Ireland and Malta, beginning her career in 1987. She has hosted ratings winning National Radio Shows on Today FM in Ireland as well as XFM in Malta. Tracey is a Multi-Award Winning Audio Producer / Radio & Advertising Production Manager for her work at South East Radio. Winner National Radio Awards for Production, Voiceovers & Scriptwriting. Produced work for TV in Ireland, UK & Malta. Tracey now coaches Presenters Worldwide, lectures (CDETB), is a Voiceover Artist and speaker at events including the European Radio Show, Paris and International Radio Festival, Malta. Tracey created Radio Star; the only International radio talent search in 2016; now in its 3rd year. She also presented her weekly radio show; ‘Jazzin’ It Up’ on United DJs. (number 2 in MIXCLOUD Jazz charts). NAILS MAHONEY Nails has worked in Radio & TV in Ireland, the UK and Canada hosting all day parts in major markets such as Dublin, Toronto and Vancouver. (98FM, Atlantic252, 4FM, Today FM, RTE 2FM, Q102, Q107 Toronto, Z95 Vancouver, Jack FM Oxford). Nails had the most listened to radio show in Ireland and held the No. 1 spot for 8 years. His audio has also aired regularly on the BBC. Since 2007, OnAirCoach has coached over 3,000 presenters in Ireland, the UK, Europe, UAE, Canada, South Africa and Asia. Nails is an industry conference speaker for TedX, Next.Radio UK, European Radio Show Paris and International Radio Festival Malta, Voiceover Artist. He is the co-creator of Radio Star; The only International Radio Talent Search. He recently presented the ‘Afternoon Gold’ radio show every Sunday on RTE Gold and on United DJs with his ‘Bee Bop Gold’ show . On air coaching web: https://onaircoach.net Radio star: https://onaircoach.net/radiostar/ presenter magazine: https://onaircoach.net/presenter-magazine/ Podcast: https://onaircoach.net/presenter-training-podcast/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/onaircoach/ Twitter: @onaircoach facebook:
  9. Share the darkness, step into the light.... On this weeks podcast Simon talks to singer/songwriter John Turps Burke from Tuam. Simon & Turps discuss his career so far, gowing up in Tuam, and he tells us some interesting stories about his life in music, the good and the bad. John "Turps" Burke is an Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter. from Tuam. He was one of the founding members of The Sawdoctors, alongside Leo Moran and Davy Carton. He left the band in 1993 to pursue a solo career. They had the best ever selling single in Ireland with the now classic "I USETA LOVER". Many other hits followed and Turps played a major role in these and the first two Sawdoctors albums "IF THIS IS ROCK AND ROLL IWANT MY OLD JOB BACK" and "ALL THE WAY FROM TUAM", singing lead vocals on his own songs, co-writing several others and contributing his crystal clear high harmonies and melodic mandolin/guitar/keyboard themes to the sound. His own solo music "ILLUMINATE" was completed in late 2000 and reflects the many sides of Turps' musical personality, and he has a new double album coming later this year. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jturps Soundcloud: The Sawdoctors
  10. Home away from home... On this weeks episode Simon K speaks about expats. What makes one person an expat, and another a foreign worker or migrant? Simon discusses this and talks about his own experience being an expat or immigrants in another country. Language barriers, cultural differences, comparisons to home and the "grass is always greener on the other side" are all discussed in this interesting episode. Also on the show he talks to guest Conor Ralph from Tuam,Co.Galway who has been living in Thailand,Korea and The United Arab Emirates over the last few years. He tells Simon about his experiences living and working in these countries, learning about their culture and the challenges faced for immigrants living in another country. Don't miss this riveting chat and be prepared to open your world about expats.
  11. Production values.... On this episode Simon K speaks to Sinead Dalton Sinead Dalton is a TV and media producer. Sinead was the assistant producer of The Elaine Show on Virgin Media One. her work covered organising, producing, and editing vts. Research and booking guests and new panelists, as well as coming up with creative new ideas for the show. Over the last few years she produced and edited such pieces as ‘Elementary Elaine,’ ‘Talking Heads’ ‘Train with Elaine’ and an annual Halloween project- which had been filmed locally and in Salem, Massachusetts. She previously worked with other media companies such as spirit fm and as a news anchor for 98FM and Spin103.8. She has a 2.1 Masters in Journalism and media communication, which she received from Griffith College in 2014 and an honours degree in Theology and English Literature.She spent time abroad in Australia building her career working with St. Kilda News in Melbourne. Currently she is working as an assistant producer with Motive Television and is working on the programme DIY SOS: The big build which is shown on RTE. Link below for all info. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sinead-dalton-2a679584/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/sineadx1988
  12. Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.... On this weeks episode Simon K speaks about dogs. Dogs are and have been a big part of Simon's life over the years and here he talks about their fun facts, their amazing abilities, why we love them so much and how they changed his life and healed him in troubled times.Simon talks about his dog Ben and how they had a special bond and how he grieved for him when he died,and still does. He also talks about dogs in movies, tweets and some of their funny sides. Also on the show he talks to guest Julie Rose about her life with her dog Fleet who recently passed and what he meant to her and how his death has impacted her. We dedicated this show to Julie's dog Fleet,Simon's dog Ben and the millions of dogs we have loved and continue to love. Prepare to laugh, be sad,surprised and smile at the lives of dogs. "The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs.” – Charles De Gaulle
  13. Flight into the unknown.... On this episode Simon K speaks to former RAF Typhoon pilot Mike Sutton OBE. Deputy Director of Flight Ops at Draken Europe, Mike “Sooty” Sutton, is A former Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force (RAF). Sooty led the first squadron of #Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4s into combat in the war against ISIS in 2015. An RAF fighter pilot for 18 years, he flew the Jaguar strike jet before becoming an instructor on the first RAF Typhoon multi-role attack squadron.The Wiltshire born pilot led 1 Squadron, a legendary squadron which fought with distinction during the First World War, Battle of Britain and the Falklands War. Taking command of the squadron represented the pinnacle of Mr Sutton's career as a fighter pilot. He flew Typhoon fighter jets at nearly twice the speed of sound in some of the most dangerous and fiercely contested airspace in the world. He also conducted a live scramble in response to a potential terrorist hijacking and served in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. During his time as a tactics instructor he conducted a live scramble in response to a potential terrorist hijacking and served on operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. He left the RAF as a Wing Commander aged 39, and now flies commercially providing operational readiness training for the UK armed forces. Taking command of the RAF's premier Typhoon squadron represented the pinnacle of Mike Sutton's career as fighter pilot. Until the day he was told he would be leading 1 (Fighter) Squadron into battle against a bloody and brutal enemy hellbent on establishing a permanent stronghold across Syria and Iraq and spreading terror across the free world. Their mission was to help stop them in their tracks. He was awarded the OBE in 2017. And currently has a book out called Typhoon. 'Typhoon' is the first ever inside account of Operation SHADER, the British participation in the war against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Read more here in our blog: Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-sutton-obe-27b002150/ Buy the book:https://www.waterstones.com/book/typhoon/mike-sutton/9780241535998 Amazon.uk https://www.amazon.co.uk/Typhoon-Mike-Sutton/dp/0241535999/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= 0:00 Music intro 0:00 Simoin intro 0:00 This weeks guest 0:02 Welcome to the show Mike 0:02 First (fighter)pilot on the show 0:03 Mike's new book 0:05 Question from civilians about flying 0:08 Flying back in time.... 0:10 Becoming an RAF pilot 0:14 The cost of flying 0:18 Hours aquired in training 0:19 Helicopters or planes? 0:23 The Moonraker centrifuge 0:25 Training my kids to be fighter pilots 0:28 A pilot with vertigo 0:30 Simulated capture training 0:34 Lets talk about teh book Typhoon 0:36 Differences between planes 0:38 Simulated flying vs the real thing 0:40 Operation Shader 0:41 Typhoon technology 0:43 The very technical art of flying in war 0:46 The emotions of war 0:52 Flat earth or round globe? 0:53 Where can we get the book Mike? 0:54 Simon outro 0:54 Music outro
  14. Las Vegas, here I come baby..... On this episode of the Collective Whisper podcast, Simon K speaks to Chesney Claire. Pop Singer/Songwriter Chesney Claire was born July 10, 2001. Right after graduation in 2019, Chesney moved to Branson, Missouri to work and ultimately begin her music career. While in Branson, Chesney's talents caught the eye (and ears) of several Las Vegas producers and songwriters. In March of 2020, Chesney and her "Momager" Kim Hebert found themselves moving across the country to "Sin City", (Las Vegas) in order to be closer to more industry professionals. Immediately upon moving to Vegas, Chesney provided vocals for two original songs that were recorded and released. Mid 2020 proved to be the perfect opportunity to write music. With 47 original songs under her belt, she flew to Orlando, FL with a local Vegas producer and had her 1st original single, "15 Candles" By September of 2020 Chesney started making preparations to release her next single "Moving On", but Industry Awards poured in and demanded her attention. In 2020 alone, Chesney was nominated for an Independent Music Award for her Michael Jackson cover of "BAD". She was also nominated for Best Upcoming Artist at the Las Vegas Music Awards, and she won Female Artist of The Year at Indie Star Radio in Hollywood, California. Chesney's single "Hours" was released February 1, 2021 and "Come Alive" was properly released right after the pandemic (May 14th 2021). Chesney released "Distracted" in 2021. As of October 2021, Chesney has been nominated for (16) music Industry awards and has become a TOP 5 charting" artist. October 2021 has brought 2 WORLD-WIDE songwriting awards, a coveted Josie Award nomination and a 2021 ISSA GOLD WIN for Female Vocalist of the Year! In 2021 Chesney was a prestigious nominee for the 2021 Hollywood Music in Media Awards as an Independent Musician along side huge names associated with Sony Pictures, Walt Disney and others and continues her quest for music placement in feature films, documentaries, and other media sources. Most recently Chesney ,(at the age of 20), has just purchased Zeiss Records and she owns her own Publishing Company, and works hard every day making new contacts and developing new business relationships. Website: https://www.chesneyclaire.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChesneyClaireMusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chesneyclaire/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/chesneyhebert Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chesneyclaire?lang=en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Ez9kahALVugh0hEVDlmVR?si=n_Kkg89GR12a-axC8oFm8w Apple music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/chesney-claire/1516522561 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDnaoXdNLQVQ2CK6LNGmRyA Bandcamp: https://chesneyclaire.bandcamp.com/ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/chesneyclaire
  15. Speak up, speak out.... On this weeks episode Simon K speaks about domestic violence. This week has been a really difficult week for the people of Ireland and especially the Murphy family after the murder of their daughter Aisling Murphy from Tullamore. Ashling Murphy was a 23-year-old primary teacher from Tullamore in County Offaly, Ireland who was murdered on the 12th of January 2022. It is believed that she was murdered after she went jogging in the area at around 4pm, with Gardai confirming they believe the attack took place in broad daylight. Anyone with information is asked to contact Tullamore Garda Station on 057 932 7600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station. Simon speaks about this tragic death and how we can educate boys, young men and each other about respecting women and young girls and how we all should feel safe on our streets. If you are affected by any of the content in the podcast there are links below to help. Also we have included links for other helpful information to inform and educate. Tullamore Garda Station on 057 932 7600 Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 Domestic violence in Ireland:https://www.womensaid.ie/about/policy/natintstats.html WAYS TO TEACH BOYS AND YOUNG MEN HOW NOT TO BE VIOLENT TOWARDS WOMEN AND GIRLS https://www.thepixelproject.net/2020/12/04/16-ways-to-teach-boys-and-young-men-how-not-to-be-violent-towards-women-and-girls/ Galway rape crisis centre: Galway Rape Crisis Centre: Home https://galwayrcc.ie Dublin rape crisis centre: Dublin Rape Crisis Centre | Home Page https://www.drcc.ie Women’s aid Ireland: https://www.womensaid.ie/about/links.html Worldwide: https://www.rcne.com/links/sources-of-help-for-survivors/ National Women’s Council of Ireland: https://www.nwci.ie

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