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Best Margaret Ables podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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We're Evie Granville and Sarah Davis: a real-life best friend duo that shares refreshingly realistic advice on all those “what the h**l do I do now?” parenting moments. Educators with advanced degrees and mothers to six young kids, we help new and experienced parents with all those sticky situations we face every day. On our five-star podcast, Modern Manners for Moms and Dads, we answer reader and listener questions in our trademark “Kate Middleton meets Kristen Bell” banter to help parents ...
 
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In this week's episode, we welcome Ashley Hearon-Smith and Keri Setaro, who you might recognize from the Momtourage podcast or their former show, Scary Mommy Speaks. Momtourage asks the question, "What would happen if Chrissy Teigen and Howard Stern had a parenting show?" In this best-friend double-date edition of Modern Manners for Moms & Dads, we…
 
This week, we're talking about... Hosting guests during a quarantine Declining Zoom party invitations Helping your kid handle conflict at day camp You can learn more about our Coaching programs here and get signed up for one of our groups starting in just a couple of weeks. Stay in touch by sending us your questions and comments! Phone: (857) MANNE…
 
This is the final instalment of the Confronting Coronavirus podcast series. For part two of the final two-part episode, we’ve asked a handful of Irish Times journalists to reflect on the last couple of months and how the pandemic has played out. Today, we’ll hear from Europe correspondent Naomi O'Leary, sports reporter Malachy Clerkin and health ed…
 
This is the final instalment of the Confronting Coronavirus podcast series. For the final two-part episode, we’ve asked a handful of Irish Times journalists to reflect on the last couple of months and how the pandemic has played out. Today, we’ll hear from Public Affairs Editor Simon Carswell and our Political reporter Jennifer Bray.…
 
Ready to help your toddler, preschooler, or big kid get a good night’s sleep so you can too? Save your seat in our two-day workshop on Conquering Kid Sleep: Research-based Strategies to Banish Bedtime Battles and Get You Sleeping Through the Night Workshop Dates Monday, July 20, 1:00 PM EDT and Friday, July 24, 1:00 PM EDT In 60 minutes on Day 1, w…
 
Traditionally, one in five of the population experience mental health challenges. In the coming year there will be many more. In today’s episode, Clinical Psychologist Tony Bates speaks to Deirdre Veldon about the emotional impact of the pandemic and how different sections of society will be affected in the weeks and months ahead.…
 
In today’s episode, we hear from Irish Times journalist Sally Hayden, who has been living in lockdown in Northern Uganda for the past three months. In March, during the onset of the pandemic, Hayden travelled across the border from Rwanda into Gulu, a city at the epicentre of a two decade long civil war which ended in 2006. Hayden speaks to Deirdre…
 
As the global race to find a vaccine for Covid-19 continues, the question of how it will eventually be supplied and distributed is now under the spotlight. Billions of euro have been donated by governments and philanthropic organisations to pharmaceutical companies for research and development of vital Covid-19 vaccines. However, in most cases, few…
 
This week, we're talking about... Gifting extended family who haven’t showered you with gifts How to talk about a parent who’s in prison Texting etiquette for kids You can learn more about our Coaching programs here and get signed up for one of our groups starting next month. Stay in touch by sending us your questions and comments! Phone: (857) MAN…
 
The return of restrictions on life in Beijing comes as over a hundred new cases are linked to a huge food market. Peter Goff explains what's happening in Beijing, how the city is handling it and why the outbreak is a major blow to the efforts of China, and the world, to control the virus and reopen economies. Plus, a deadly skirmish on the India-Ch…
 
This week the Irish Prison Service put forward a paper to the World Health Organisation as a model of best practices for keeping Covid-19 out of it’s settings. With 3,738 prisoners nationwide and zero positive cases, there is a lot to be learned from their management of the virus. In this episode, Deirdre Veldon speaks to Irish Times Crime Correspo…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome Natasha Daniels (who you might recognize from the AT Parenting Survival Podcast) for a conversation on how to handle kids' anxiety, anger, sibling rivalry, and more. With everything going on in the world, we wanted to pick Natasha's brain on some of the new behaviors we're seeing in our kids, get strategies for ca…
 
In this episode, Irish Times Features Writer Patrick Freyne brings us back to the year 2011 and the release of the scientific thriller movie Contagion. Starring Matt Damon, Contagion tells the story of a deadly virus which explodes into a global pandemic, bringing society to its knees. Nine years on, in the midst of our own virus outbreak, it all f…
 
Conor Pope has been looking at how Ireland is reopening this week, in shops and other public places. His assessment: it's going quite well, but many small problems remain, from queuing to distancing and the wearing of masks. And as more restrictions are eased, more such problems will crop up for Irish consumers and businesses.…
 
In our hospitals and psychiatric clinics, it has already begun. Increasing numbers of people are seeking help for mental health problems associated, in one way or another, with Covid-19. Professionals warn that the psychiatric effects of the pandemic and the lockdown will endure much longer than the physical effects of the virus.And those psychiatr…
 
This week, we're discussing the work we can do as (white) parents to talk with our kids about race. As promised, we're sharing lists of resources and research you can use to start to educate yourself: How White Parents Can Use Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids 21 children’s books to spark important discussions about race + tolerance Three-month-olds,…
 
Next week, Ireland will enter phase two of the roadmap out of lockdown. We’ll be able to travel 20km from our homes and visit another household while maintaining social distancing. Street level shops will open and some sporting and fitness activities will begin again. But will this taste of freedom mean people will push the boundaries even more? La…
 
Have you got a kid at home whose tantrums make the whole house shake? A kid who just won't listen and then explodes? A kid whose tantrums make you late to school, work, wherever? We've soooo been there, as moms to six kids under ten! That's why we're using our background as educators to give you research-based strategies to stop tantrums before the…
 
Should all retailers, restaurants and tourism be allowed to open sooner? Business affairs correspondent and columnist Mark Paul has been arguing for an accelerated easing of restrictions on businesses, especially for the sake of our small and medium sized enterprises, "the lifeblood of our economy". He tells Deirdre Veldon that no-one seems to be f…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome Heidi Dulebohn, an international cultural consultant and etiquette expert, to talk through some seriously sticky social situations involving people feeling left out: dads being excluded from "mommy groups," kids and parents being excluded from social gatherings, and even friends being excluded from each other's li…
 
Barry Smyth is a data scientist. Early on in the outbreak, he was among the first to realise the importance of looking closely at the number of excess deaths in the population, as revealed by website Rip.ie, to track the true toll of the virus. Since then, he has written about the nature of lockdown measures imposed across Europe, as revealed throu…
 
Coronavirus has presented a huge challenge for our health services, especially in our nursing homes. The devastating death toll in these settings has come under the spotlight this week for the Dáil's Covid-19 committee. On Tuesday, the committee heard from Tadgh Daly, the head of Nursing Homes Ireland who claimed the sector was left “abandoned and …
 
Businesswoman and author Margaret Heffernan writes about leadership and strategic thinking. Her latest book Uncharted: How to Map the Future is about the pitfalls of forecasting. In it she argues that societies and businesses should develop a better kind of readiness that doesn't rely on the false sense of security such forecasts bring. Published i…
 
Yesterday we reached a significant milestone in our fight against coronavirus. For the first time since the 21st March, there were no new deaths from Covid-19 in Ireland. But how can we keep this figure down as the country continues to emerge from lockdown? In today’s episode, we hear from Dr David Nabarro, a professor of global health at Imperial …
 
Among the people most affected by this crisis are children and especially teenagers. Lockdown has put an abrupt stop to their education and their social lives. In today's podcast Deirdre Veldon speaks to psychotherapist and Irish Times columnist John Sharry about the developmental impacts the lockdown will have on young people and how parents can p…
 
Is it time to dispense with nursing homes? The death toll from Covid-19 in these institutions is bringing the arguments for and against them into focus. Today we talk to two experts about what a different future might look like and the challenges getting there. Professor Gerard Quinn is a legal academic who contributed to the drafting of the United…
 
This week, we're talking about... Hosting a virtual baby shower How to approach parents you don’t know about setting up a call between kids What to say when you're outside for a walk and someone gets too close to you You can learn more about our Group Coaching program here and get signed up for one of our groups starting next month. Stay in touch b…
 
Today we're recapping a very eventful few weeks in the United States' response to Covid-19 with the help of Washington Correspondent Suzanne Lynch. This week President Trump caused controversy when he announced he is taking an unproven drug to prevent infection. Meanwhile the politicisation of the virus response has been exacerbated by a growing fe…
 
Yesterday some retailers reopened in phase one of the easing of lockdown. Conor Pope went out to meet shoppers and see whether their behaviour had changed (and to pick up some lavender and compost. He tells Deirdre Veldon what he saw, and some ways he thinks retail will be different from here on.By The Irish Times
 
The argument for taking 19 private hospitals into public control was clear in late March: to avoid the overrun of our health services with cases of Covid-19, as had happened in Italy. But now with that risk diminished, the decision about what to do next is much less clear-cut. Here we dig into how the deal is working, its shortcomings and the knock…
 
Professor Sam McConkey has been one of the most prominent communicators of the science behind the pandemic response in Ireland. Here he talks to Irish Times deputy editor Deirdre Veldon about how we will live with Covid-19 in the months and years ahead, affecting how our businesses work, making smaller school class sizes necessary, and creating a n…
 
This week the Northern Ireland Executive published plans for easing out of lockdown, going against Boris Johnsons 'Stay Alert' exit strategy. The five stage plan revealed by Stormont is subject to change and will be guided by science and not by the calendar. In today's episode, Deirdre Veldon speaks to Dr Lindsay Broadbent, a virologist at Queens U…
 
This week the special committee on Covid-19 met for the first time in the Dáil chamber. Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan and HSE boss Paul Reid will be the first to appear before the committee next week, which was established to consider and take evidence on the State’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. So what issues will they be focusing on…
 
Tourism makes a vital contribution to the Irish economy. It’s a lucrative industry employing over a quarter of a million people, yet in the space of just a few weeks, it has completely collapsed. In today's episode Deidre Veldon speaks to Irish Times Consumer Affairs Editor Conor Pope about the future of Irish tourism. Plus Senior Features Writer R…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome Amy Wilson and Margaret Ables (who you might recognize from the What Fresh Hell podcast) for a hilarious conversation about parenting in quarantine and a listener question! We talk about how to handle one kid who's taking up all your bandwidth, the struggles of parenting an only child during isolation, the rule to…
 
On Saturday afternoon, the Minister for Business, Heather Humphreys launched the ‘Return to Work Safety Protocol’ at Government Buildings. It sets out a series of steps employers and their workers must undertake before a workplace reopens, and while it continues to operate. In this conversation with Deirdre Veldon, Ms Humphreys outlines some of the…
 
Coronavirus has forced us to change every aspect of our lives including the way we grieve our loved ones. While funerals are still going ahead, under current restrictions, there must be no more than ten people in attendance. We have been asked to end the familiar customs and traditions that help us let go of those we have lost. These days, families…
 
As the world continues its battle against the spread of coronavirus, testing remains one of the key ways to keep infection under control. But how can we reach a level of testing which will allow the public to return to their daily lives while preventing a second wave of the disease? In today’s episode, we hear from Peter Fraizer, a professor of Ope…
 
Have stuff to do at home? Uh, yeah! Kids constantly need you?? Yes! Need them to entertain themselves?? Sign up for our Free Mini Master Class and we’ll show you the magic path to teaching your kids to play independently! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We’re sharing strategies to make independent play a success and actual activities to get kids of all ages—tod…
 
In today's episode, we hear from Professor Donal O'Shea, the HSE clinical lead on obesity and a consultant endocrinologist at St. Vincent's and St. Columcille's Hospitals in Dublin. Prof O'Shea speaks to Deirdre Veldon about the worrying decline in patients seeking primary care and the research which shows obesity and diabetes are major risk factor…
 
In today's episode Deirdre Veldon speaks to Irish Times political correspondent Jennifer Bray and Health Editor Paul Cullen about the roadmap for reopening Ireland as announced by Leo Varadkar on Friday evening. Most of the current restrictions will remain in place until May 18th and will be eased in stages, three weeks at a time. Finally psychothe…
 
This week, we’re talking about... Asking for permission not to do certain school assignments Grocery shopping with kids during quarantine And a new parenting pyramid that connects the dots between etiquette and what we’re all living through right now If you've got a few extra minutes, please take our quick 2020 Reader/Listener Survey! Your response…
 
In today's episode, we hear from Irish Times Social Affairs correspondent Kitty Holland, who has been speaking to people availing of homeless services across Dublin City. At the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, over 10,000 people in Ireland were registered as homeless and in recent weeks the demand on services has greatly increased. For those…
 
'The Hammer and the Dance' are terms used by Tomas Pueyo to describe two stages of Coronavirus management. The Hammer - major restrictions on most normal social activities - is where we are now. The Dance - managing to return to something like normality without allowing the virus to spread - is where we want to be. But what would the details of tha…
 
Today we hear from Diarmuid Ó’Dálaigh, owner of Oaklodge Nursing Home in Cloyne, Co, Cork. With sixty five residents, Oaklodge specialises in the care of those with dementia and so far, has no recorded cases of the virus. Almost half of the Covid-19 deaths in Ireland have been in nursing homes and the government has been criticised for their lack o…
 
Coronavirus has put airlines and travel firms under unprecedented strain and consumers are baring the brunt of it. Airlines are holding back on refunds and pressing customers to take vouchers instead. The whole affair calls into question public confidence in airlines, which may have an impact on their very uncertain future. Irish Times consumer aff…
 
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