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#Interview

# interview - Sunday 29 May, 2016

The Tyrone man who was 'like Bob Dylan in a number 7 shirt'

Journalist and author Oliver Kay chats to The42 about the inimitable Adrian Doherty.

# interview - Saturday 28 May, 2016

Bealham has come long way from Canberra and freezing-cold Renmore

The 24-year-old Connacht prop won his first Ireland cap this season.

'Unfortunately I thought I was at the top – I didn’t fulfil my potential'

Tony Sheridan chats to The42 about making his Premier League debut as a teenager and starring with Shelbourne.

# interview - Tuesday 24 May, 2016

'Sheffield Wednesday looked ideal for him' - O'Neill on McGeady's woes

The manager also had praise for Harry Arter and Shane Duffy — both of whom are currently on the periphery of the Ireland squad.

# interview - Sunday 22 May, 2016

The Isle of Man team with a strong Irish connection

A former League of Ireland star is on board as Ellan Vannin FC begin an ambitious project.

# interview - Saturday 21 May, 2016

'I was contemplating getting on the next plane home,' but now Louth star is living his AFL dream

Ciarán Byrne has put his injury nightmare behind him and today plays his seventh successive game for a rejuvenated Carlton side who have won four in a row.

# interview - Sunday 15 May, 2016

The Irishman who reached the summit of Mount Sinai after a gruelling 1500km walk

Leon McCarron speaks to The42 about his taxing and unforgettable journey across the Middle East.

'I'm a 27-year-old Olympian funded by my parents, riding a moped to training like a teenager'

Gymnast Kieran Behan admits justifying his existence is becoming increasingly difficult but he remains determined to overcome obstacles to inspire others.

'We just love trying to do that to ourselves. We love that feeling of pain'

Cork brothers Gary and Paul O’Donovan speak to The42 about the gruelling road to Rio, how they got into rowing, and what it means to be European champions.

# interview - Saturday 14 May, 2016

‘Female athletes are having to take pay cuts to go professional’

Sarah Shephard speaks to The42 about the challenges facing women in sport.

Scrum Doctor Bracken taking Connacht and Wasps lessons into coaching

A Heineken Cup-winning prop, Peter Bracken has developed a scrum-coaching business.

'Dublin footballers and Leinster rugby players use Whatsapp to ask me about their food'

As performance nutritionist with two of the country’s leading sports teams, Daniel Davey is a busy man.

# interview - Thursday 12 May, 2016

Jason McAteer on World Cup '94: 'It was like going away with 24 of your mates'

The former Liverpool midfielder will never forget the team’s trip to America.

# interview - Sunday 8 May, 2016

The son of a Kerry GAA legend has Ireland ambitions in his sights

The Gillingham youngster speaks to The42 about his impressive season at club level.

# interview - Saturday 7 May, 2016

The Irish teen sensation who stunned his rivals to claim European gold

Nhat Nguyen talks to The42 about his remarkable success, moving from Vietnam to Ireland at the age of four and his goals for the future.

The Irishman who's a lifelong Leicester City fan

John Duggan chats to The42 after his team were crowned Premier League champions during the week.

# interview - Sunday 1 May, 2016

One of Ireland’s best Olympic medal hopes taking great expectations in his stride

With Rio 2016 just a few months away, The42 chats to one of the individuals with the weight of a nation on his shoulders.

# interview - Saturday 30 April, 2016

'Jim Gavin has finally cracked the Dublin psyche, that's the scary thing' - McConville

The Armagh legend explains why he thinks the Dubs are streets ahead, dismisses Tyrone’s All-Ireland credentials and bemoans the amount of goalkeepers taking frees.

# interview - Friday 29 April, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Lynn Ruane: 'I never had a desire to move into politics' Seanad Newcomer

Lynn Ruane: 'I never had a desire to move into politics'

Ruane says she hopes to champion the causes that are close to her heart.

# interview - Sunday 24 April, 2016

From TheJournal.ie When pain has no physical cause: The real world of imaginary illness Cry For Help

When pain has no physical cause: The real world of imaginary illness

We talked to Irish consultant neurologist Suzanne O’Sullivan about the issue.

The teenage gymnast set to make history for Ireland at the Olympics

Ellis O’Reilly chats to The42 about competing in Rio, balancing education and sport, and her link with Katie Taylor.

How one ordinary man conquered the toughest race in cycling

“The human imagination can be scary sometimes,” says Iain MacGregor.

# interview - Wednesday 20 April, 2016

'Equestrian has given me everything... It's given me a lot of what the disability takes away'

With the onset of Rio getting closer, we chat to some of the athletes likely to be involved.

# interview - Tuesday 19 April, 2016

MMA chiefs: We've reached out to Michael Ring but are still waiting for an invitation to meet

The heads of the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation have called for the sport to be regulated in Ireland.

# interview - Monday 18 April, 2016

Kilkenny chairman apologises after minor footballers' 71-point loss

Ned Quinn admits he has to take “overall responsibility” for the embarrasing result.

# interview - Sunday 17 April, 2016

'You have to do an awful lot of work to get kids out playing now'

Ireland’s newly appointed U19s boss, Tom Mohan, chats to The42 about the state of underage football in this country.

From The Daily Edge This Irish boy gave an amazing Snapchat interview on what it's like to have autism Autism Awareness Month

This Irish boy gave an amazing Snapchat interview on what it's like to have autism

Sean’s heartfelt chat with uncle James Kavanagh is now going viral on Facebook.

Eamonn O'Hara blasts 'pathetic' refereeing as blight on Gaelic football

And the former Sligo footballer believes the introduction of the mark will do little to change the style of play that is bemoaned by so many.

# interview - Saturday 16 April, 2016

'I don't need to be elected but I got into politics to make a difference to our children's health'

Former world champion Eamonn Coghlan on his continued quest to tackle Ireland’s obesity epidemic.

# interview - Friday 15 April, 2016

'One of the reasons I signed was to be involved in the derby' - Bohs new star winger Ben Mohamed

The 21-year-old talks about moving to the north Dublin club, studying at Trinity College and his aspirations to earn international caps ahead of tonight’s clash with Shamrock Rovers.

# interview - Tuesday 5 April, 2016

From TheJournal.ie 'Michaella McCollum should not get attention and I hope she will be ignored from now on' Opinion

'Michaella McCollum should not get attention and I hope she will be ignored from now on'

RTÉ received dozens of complaints over the Michaella interview this week, deservedly so, writes Lorraine Courtney.

From TheJournal.ie Going for a promotion in work? You better put in the groundwork now Opinion

Going for a promotion in work? You better put in the groundwork now

If you know a vacancy is likely, 12 months down the line, you should objectively assess yourself and see have you got what it takes now.

From The Daily Edge This list of Will.i.am's bizarre interview demands is going viral The Future

This list of Will.i.am's bizarre interview demands is going viral

“Your access to The Future is for you alone (one person only).”

# interview - Sunday 3 April, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Irish Mail on Sunday apologises over "exclusive" interview with wife and mother of Buncrana victims Louise James

Irish Mail on Sunday apologises over "exclusive" interview with wife and mother of Buncrana victims

Louise James was not aware she was being interviewed.

# interview - Saturday 2 April, 2016

‘Cristiano Ronaldo constantly needs people’s love and appreciation’

The star’s biographer, Guillem Balague, chats to The42 about his tough upbringing and perpetual insecurity.

# interview - Wednesday 30 March, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Donald Trump says women should be punished for having an abortion Interview

Donald Trump says women should be punished for having an abortion

He’s since tried to backtrack.

‘The Slovakia lad put the second goal in with his arm’

Despite some encouraging displays, the Boys in Green had to settle for a draw last night.

# interview - Sunday 27 March, 2016

Leading Irish Olympic hopeful aims to emulate Sonia O’Sullivan in more ways than one

Rose-Anne Galligan chats to The42 about her dreams of competing in Rio this summer.

A year after abandoning school to chase his dream, teenager Simon Carr is on the road to stardom

The son of former Dublin footballer Tommy Carr is going solo in his quest to become Ireland’s first tennis star.

Mike Ross: ‘I might be 36, but I’ve the same miles on the clock as a 30-year-old’

Ireland’s cornerstone knows he can’t go on forever.and he has tried his hand at coaching already.

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