Sinopsis

Featuring personal stories, inspiration, and long form interviews from the streets of Cork City, and further afield! Topics of discussion include success, overcoming adversity, current affairs, health and nutrition, food, local business, and delving into the obscure from time to time. This podcast is presented by Belfast man, and owner of ACLAÍ, a Cork based personal training facility, Ainle Ó Cairealláin.

Episodios

  • Ep 48: Personal Reflections, Mistakes, and Lessons From Running a Small Business.

    Ep 48: Personal Reflections, Mistakes, and Lessons From Running a Small Business.

    14/06/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    This week is another solo run where I discuss some of the basics of starting and running a small business using the last 6 years of ACLAÍ as an example. A nice listen for anyone in a craft business, startup business, or interested in how ACLAÍ developed over the last 6 years. 

  • Ep 47: Social Infrastructure and Deconstructing the Fitness Industry

    Ep 47: Social Infrastructure and Deconstructing the Fitness Industry

    07/06/2019 Duración: 55min

    A solo run with Ainle Ó Cairealláin that includes an update on the Palestine Community Gym, the impact of positive and negative social infrastructure, and deconstructing the 'fitness industry'. 

  • Ep 46: Musician, Composer, Performer, and Song Writer Clare Sands

    Ep 46: Musician, Composer, Performer, and Song Writer Clare Sands

    31/05/2019 Duración: 01h08min
  • Ep 45: Live podcast Charles and Andrew Hendy from TPM at It Takes a Village 2019

    Ep 45: Live podcast Charles and Andrew Hendy from TPM at It Takes a Village 2019

    24/05/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    A fantastic conversation about hip hop, Ireland, RTÉ, folk music, fashion, punk, and buying skunk from a local drug dealer. 

  • Ep 44: Mary Crilly From Cork Citys Sexual Violence Centre

    Ep 44: Mary Crilly From Cork City's Sexual Violence Centre

    17/05/2019 Duración: 58min

    A conversation with the founder of the Cork Sexual Violence Centre (formerly known as the Rape Crises Centre). 

  • Ep 43: a Chat With Lisa O Flynn on Maximising the Festival Experience

    Ep 43: a Chat With Lisa O Flynn on Maximising the Festival Experience

    10/05/2019 Duración: 01h15min

    A casual conversation with DJ Lish Oh on the best way to have a great time at festivals from what to bring, how to look out for each other, and how to give yourself the best oppiortunity of having a smashing time! 

  • Ep 42: Breaking Down Stigma Around Sexual Health and Sex Work with Dr Martin Davoren

    Ep 42: Breaking Down Stigma Around Sexual Health and Sex Work with Dr Martin Davoren

    03/05/2019 Duración: 01h11min

    Executive Director of the Sexual Health Centre in Cork Martin Davoren on breaking down the stigma around sexual health, sex work, and the services provided by the Sexual Health Centre in Cork. 

  • Ep 41: Palestinian Photographer and Film Maker Mohammad Alazza

    Ep 41: Palestinian Photographer and Film Maker Mohammad Alazza

    26/04/2019 Duración: 01h15min

    This weeks episode os a chat with Mohammad Alazza. Mohammad is a refugee from the village of Beit Jibreen who was born and lives in Aida Refugee Camp. He is a photographer, film-maker, and director of the Arts & Media Unit of Lajee Center in Aida Refugee Camp, Palestine.

  • Ep 40: Birthdays, Age, and Pain Management

    Ep 40: Birthdays, Age, and Pain Management

    19/04/2019 Duración: 59min

    This week is a solo run with host Ainle Ó Cairealláin on birthdays, age as a social construct, people as consumers, and pain management. Support Rebel Matters on Patreon. 

  • Ep 39: Creating Personal Connection, Hating Exercise, and General Banter with Ainle Ó Cairealláin

    Ep 39: Creating Personal Connection, Hating 'Exercise', and General Banter with Ainle Ó Cairealláin

    12/04/2019 Duración: 01h10min

    This episode is based on a talk I gave in Headway to a group of stroke and acquired brain injury survivors, and covers some of the philosophy behind ACLAÍ as well as quite a personal reflection about exercise, health, nutrition, and gratitude. A few special audio treats are included in this episode too! 

  • Ep 38: Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Transactional Analysis with John Fleming

    Ep 38: Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Transactional Analysis with John Fleming

    05/04/2019 Duración: 01h34min

    This week I spoke to counsellor, and coach John Fleming on his work in the area of mental and sexual health, and transactional analysis. 

  • Ep 37: Comhrá le Gearóid Ó Cairealláin Faoi Saol na Gaeilge in mBéal Feirste

    Ep 37: Comhrá le Gearóid Ó Cairealláin Faoi Saol na Gaeilge in mBéal Feirste

    29/03/2019 Duración: 49min

      Shuí mé síos le m'athair Gearóid Ó Cairealláin san eagrán seo agus phlé muid cúrsaí Gaeilge i mBéal Feirste agus saol Gheaóid mar gníomhaí. 

  • Ep 36: Alex Homits Talks about Connolly Barracks, Capitalism, and The Left

    Ep 36: Alex Homits Talks about Connolly Barracks, Capitalism, and The Left

    22/03/2019 Duración: 01h51min

    I sat down with Alex Homits of the Connolly Youth Movement at the Connolly Barracks in Cork, and discussed the liberated building that the CYM are currently occupying, as well as capitalism, socialism, and Ireland today. 

  • Ep 35: Food, Maya Angelou, and Goal Setting, with Ainle Ó Cairealláin

    Ep 35: Food, Maya Angelou, and Goal Setting, with Ainle Ó Cairealláin

    15/03/2019 Duración: 51min

    Today's episode looks at the amount of exploitative advertising and marketing in the health and fitness world, a run through some basic principles of nutrition that are ethical, sustainable, realistic, and effective, goal setting, and how you can eat well and still have a social life! 

  • Ep 34: Séanna Breathnach, Former Political Prisoner and Current Sinn Féin Belfast City Councillor

    Ep 34: Séanna Breathnach, Former Political Prisoner and Current Sinn Féin Belfast City Councillor

    08/03/2019 Duración: 01h25min

    In conversation with Séanna Breathnach, ex POW and current Belfast City Councillor for Sinn Féin. The main part of this episode is in Irish, with a 20 minute extended introduction by me in English. 

  • Ep 33: Dan Lambert from the Bang Bang Café 

    Ep 33: Dan Lambert from the Bang Bang Café 

    01/03/2019 Duración: 01h22min

    Today's episode is with Dan Lambert from the Bang Bang Café in Phibsborough Dublin. This episode was recorded before KNEECAP performed a daytime gig in the café to raise money for our West Bang Gym Project. We talked about where Bang Bang came from and how to have a business that has a net positive effect on the community in which it is based.  http://bangbang.ie https://www.facebook.com/bangbangD7/  

  • Ep 32: Fatin Al Tamimi, Chair of Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign

    Ep 32: Fatin Al Tamimi, Chair of Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign

    22/02/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    This week is a discussion with Fatin Al Tamimi (chair of Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign), that was recorded at the IPSC office in Dublin. I also share details of our West Bank Gym Project/ 

  • Ep 31: Ag Scriosadh na hÁite le Móglaí Bap agus Mo Chara as KNEECAP

    Ep 31: Ag Scriosadh na hÁite le Móglaí Bap agus Mo Chara as KNEECAP

    15/02/2019 Duración: 43min

    This weeks episode is with Mo Chara and Móglaí Bap from KNEECAP who are making waves in the hiphop world over the last year or so. KNEECAP picked up 5 awards at the Gradam Ceoil Nós, have been described as 'hip hop gold' by Nialler9, and have been banned from RTÉ. Check them out on Spotify, Youtube, Instgram (KNEECAP32), Facebook, and Snapchat.  You can now support the Rebel Matters Podcast by becoming a patron on Patreon! 

  • Ep 30: Is it Healthy to Be An Athlete? With Leinster Strength Coach Joe McGinley

    Ep 30: Is it Healthy to Be An Athlete? With Leinster Strength Coach Joe McGinley

    08/02/2019 Duración: 01h22min

    This week's episode is a chat with lead students strength and conditioning coach for the Leinster Rugby Academy, Joe McGinley, and it is very much two friends sitting down to shoot the breeze about coaching and what we do in our professional lives. We talk about  Is it healthy to be an athlete Coaching mastery and coaching philosophy Creativity in coaching Creating a productive and nurturing environment to work in Being 'in service' to the people you are coaching or facilitating The basics of nutrition and recovery.   

  • Ep 29: Talking Interviews and Documentaries With Producer and Director Brian Reddin

    Ep 29: Talking Interviews and Documentaries With Producer and Director Brian Reddin

    01/02/2019 Duración: 01h23min

    This week's episode is a conversation with producer and documentary maker Brian Reddin. Brian has a massive amount of shows under his belt from It Came from Connemara (2014), Fir Bolg (2016) and John Huston: An t-Éireannach (1996), Route 66, Underdogs, Amú le Hector, and many more. We talked about how to prepare for interviews, some of the most bizarre experiences and situations that Brian found himself in during the course of his work from filming with the KKK, a minute man on the American side of the Mexican border,  and some of the awkward moments he has had including an interview with Robin Williams. Brian also delved into the ingredients required for a great documentary, and the work he has coming up.  At the start of the episode, I talk a bit about my new website, upcoming events at ACLAÍ, 

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