RTÉ OT Podcast
Episode 2 - Catching up with Jean Tierney and Dr. Eddie Murphy
Season 1, Ep. 2
This week Katie chats to Jean Tierney from the 2019 series of OPERATION TRANSFORMATION all about capturing the nation's hearts with her inspiring story of losing her baby Sloane. Now four years on, Jean is the mother of two boys Brayden and Caelan and credits the show (in part!) with giving her the gift of motherhood.
PLUS! Katie catches up with Dr. Eddie to talk about all of his top tips around mental health.
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Catch-up with the leaders and Sophie's Good Mood Food
Season 1, Ep. 7
Katie catches up with the current leaders to see how they're getting on as they approach the 5k and the series finale. PLUS we hear from Sophie Pratt who gives some top tips on the relationship between food and our moods. Don't forget to rate and review the show wherever you get it, and you can get in touch by sending an email or a voicenote to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul Murphy and Kathryn Thomas
Season 1, Ep. 6
This week Katie chats to 2019 leader Paul Murphy about how Operation Transformation gave him a newfound appreciation of being present for his family and deal with the stresses of running his family business. PLUS! Katie chats to series presenter Kathryn Thomas about hosting the series for an incredible 13 years. Don't forget to rate and review the show wherever you get it, and you can get in touch by sending an email or a voicenote to email@example.com.
Noeleen Lynam and Prof. Niall Moyna
Season 1, Ep. 5
Katie Jones speaks to 2016 leader Noeleen Lynam about life since the show. She also chats to Professor Niall Moyna from DCU School of Health and Human Performance about his longstanding association with the programme, why working around the house can be as good as a brisk walk and why Niall believes the show is one of the greatest public health initiatives there is. Don't forget to rate and review the show wherever you get it, and you can get in touch by sending an email or a voicenote to firstname.lastname@example.org.