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#Interview

# interview - Sunday 4 August, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Interview: Brendan Howlin on green housing, the SocDems and Labour's 'rough time' in government Rebuilding

Interview: Brendan Howlin on green housing, the SocDems and Labour's 'rough time' in government

Howlin gave a lukewarm verdict on the recent local elections, so what next?

# interview - Saturday 3 August, 2019

'Food and mood go hand-in-hand': Fuelling Ireland's World Cup bid

IRFU performance nutritionist Ruth Wood-Martin is travelling to her third World Cup, and she brings us inside preparations for Japan.

# interview - Friday 2 August, 2019

From Business ETC 'Nerds, geeks, can't speak to anyone': Why Digit's Richard Barnwell hates gamer stereotypes Interview

'Nerds, geeks, can't speak to anyone': Why Digit's Richard Barnwell hates gamer stereotypes

Fora sits down with the CEO and founder of the fast-growing company.

# interview - Monday 29 July, 2019

Staying away from Munster helping O'Gara become a better coach ROG

Staying away from Munster helping O'Gara become a better coach

The former Ireland out-half is straight into his role as the new La Rochelle head coach.

# interview - Sunday 28 July, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Eamon Ryan interview: 'Sometimes Leo's inner neo-liberal comes out' Green Agenda

Eamon Ryan interview: 'Sometimes Leo's inner neo-liberal comes out'

The Green Party leader spoke to TheJournal.ie while on a clean up in Donnybrook.

# interview - Saturday 27 July, 2019

'Anyone who played with me will tell you I achieved more than I ever should have'

Damien Delaney recounts his professional football career, having announced his retirement earlier this month.

# interview - Friday 26 July, 2019

From Business ETC Meet the DJ and the trumpet player who brought vinyl pressing back to north Dublin Interview

Meet the DJ and the trumpet player who brought vinyl pressing back to north Dublin

Donagh Molloy and Hugh Scully revived the dying craft in Ireland as spinning the black circle is back in vogue.

# interview - Wednesday 24 July, 2019

'There was a bit of peer pressure. I would find myself constantly explaining why I wasn’t out'

Carlow’s Molly Scott speaks about having to turn down social invites in college and setting her sights on this weekend’s National Championships.

‘My family are flying out from Cavan to Armenia for the semi-final. The sky's the limit’

Oisin McEntee looks ahead to Ireland’s U19 European Championships semi-final against Portugal.

# interview - Sunday 21 July, 2019

'Championships haven’t always gone our way. This is the result after all those disappointments'

Marcus Lawler chats University Games success, casting aside years of doubt and succeeding alongside his mother.

# interview - Saturday 20 July, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Andrew Adonis: Stormont won't be back by October - 'the DUP have evaded responsibility before' Interview

Andrew Adonis: Stormont won't be back by October - 'the DUP have evaded responsibility before'

“The great strength of Ireland is that the UK has not been negotiating with Ireland, but with the EU,” Adonis told TheJournal.ie

The pros and cons of talent development in Irish football

Laura Finnegan chats to The42 about the issue.

# interview - Friday 19 July, 2019

From Business ETC Free Now's Irish boss says the taxi app's new name might seem 'a bit strange' - but give it time Interview

Free Now's Irish boss says the taxi app's new name might seem 'a bit strange' - but give it time

Meet Alan Fox, the man responsible for ensuring Mytaxi’s new moniker feeds into a wider strategy.

# interview - Wednesday 17 July, 2019

'You're the one getting the big money, you pass me by' - When a star-studded Liverpool met Dundalk Looking Back This post contains videos

'You're the one getting the big money, you pass me by' - When a star-studded Liverpool met Dundalk

Mick Fairclough remembers the time arguably the best team in Europe came to Oriel Park.

# interview - Tuesday 16 July, 2019

The Irish teen aiming to be the next Wes Hoolahan Promise This post contains videos

The Irish teen aiming to be the next Wes Hoolahan

Brandon Kavanagh is currently part of the Boys in Green’s squad for the U19 Euros.

'I never thought we could be winning European medals consistently - it’s crazy'

Chloe Magee speaks to The42 off the back of her European Games success alongside brother Sam.

# interview - Sunday 14 July, 2019

'In my head, I'd finish my career at Leinster but you've to do what's best for you'

The opportunity to start a new chapter in Italy and play more rugby was one too good to turn down for Mick Kearney.

# interview - Thursday 11 July, 2019

'The bottom line was we looked at the percentages of those making a career in soccer and they were slim'

After choosing athletics over Cork City, Brandon Arrey represented Ireland at last year’s European Championships and is now gearing up for this month’s Nationals.

# interview - Tuesday 9 July, 2019

Serrano still the big target, but MMA star Holm a potential superfight for Taylor

A rematch with Delfine Persoon is inevitable for Katie Taylor, with a superfight against Holly Holm also a possibility.

# interview - Sunday 7 July, 2019

The Irish international who emigrated to Australia

Julie-Ann Russell, Player of the Year in 2014, on putting her Ireland career on hold for a new life abroad.

'There's not a day that goes by when I don't miss Leinster'

Kurt McQuilkin played, captained and coached Leinster, but a family tragedy meant he had to leave his adopted province in 2016.

# interview - Saturday 6 July, 2019

'They didn't want to call it the Women's World Cup... They were unsure if it was going to be an embarrassment' Looking Back This post contains videos

'They didn't want to call it the Women's World Cup... They were unsure if it was going to be an embarrassment'

A look at the origins of the competition since its 1991 inception.

# interview - Friday 5 July, 2019

From Business ETC Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs Interview

Meet the man making sure that 'real heart' stays at the centre of Dogpatch Labs

Patrick Walsh is eyeing the healthy growth of Dublin’s startup scene as he plots Dogpatch’s expansion.

'You'd see people around you doing very well. You're like: Why are they getting the rewards and I'm not?'

Eoghan Stokes on a frustrating end to his spell in Leeds, going on trial at Boavista, his dalliance with modelling and a new challenge at Derry.

# interview - Thursday 4 July, 2019

'When things aren’t going well it's hard to stay positive. We’re fighting for our lives'

Finn Harps captain Keith Cowan on his side’s relegation scrap, staying positive amid poor results and playing into his mid thirties.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the 'disease chaser' who quietly turned Aalto Bio into a key player in the diagnostics industry Startups And Tech

Meet the 'disease chaser' who quietly turned Aalto Bio into a key player in the diagnostics industry

Since taking the helm in 2014, Philip Noone has pushed Aalto Bio to tackle some of the world’s worst viruses.

# interview - Tuesday 2 July, 2019

'I'd still love to make the Olympics' - Irish decathlete Bowler's unlikely Tokyo dream

The 27-year-old talks his career in athletics, ‘big dreams’ and taking inspiration from his native Wexford’s provincial success.

# interview - Monday 1 July, 2019

‘Every year I went over… I had a little cry to myself that first week’

Luke Wade-Slater on his rejuvenation at Bohs after a difficult time with Stevenage.

# interview - Sunday 30 June, 2019

'I don't want to be sitting at the bar at 45 wondering what could have been'

With his degree in Medicine finished, three-time European medalist Mark English is looking forward to throwing himself into athletics full-time.

# interview - Wednesday 26 June, 2019

Irish teenage starlet will prioritise regular football over 'big' club allure

Luca Connell is expected to move on from Bolton in the coming weeks, amid a flurry of interest in the youngster.

# interview - Sunday 23 June, 2019

Byrne takes latest injury setback in his stride in bid to get back fitter and stronger

The Leinster winger on groin surgery, pre-season and finding the right balance between physical and mental preparation.

'It's hard because it was my favourite thing to do. It was what I was good at'

Injuries forced Jessie Barr to cut short her athletics career, but the Waterford native is looking forward to the next chapter in her role as a Sports Psychologist.

# interview - Friday 21 June, 2019

From Business ETC Privacy champion Johnny Ryan is on a mission to clean up 'dirty adtech' Interview

Privacy champion Johnny Ryan is on a mission to clean up 'dirty adtech'

The chief policy officer at privacy-focused web browser Brave recently testified before US senators.

# interview - Saturday 15 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Leo Varadkar says Maria Bailey case 'wasn't a plus' during election campaign Swinggate

Leo Varadkar says Maria Bailey case 'wasn't a plus' during election campaign

In a wide-ranging interview on RTÉ this morning, Varadkar spoke about the election result, homelessness, and ruled out a reshuffle.

# interview - Friday 14 June, 2019

From Business ETC Meet the man behind Keywords Studios, Ireland's €1 billion gaming tech giant Interview

Meet the man behind Keywords Studios, Ireland's €1 billion gaming tech giant

Since taking the reins in 2009, Andrew Day has helped the company level up in the gaming industry.

'If you look at Niall Quinn's document, there’s nothing new in it. I’ve been preaching this for the last 10 years'

Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson speaks to The42 about Shane Ross’ football forum, Niall Quinn’s grand plans and forming a League Managers Association.

# interview - Thursday 13 June, 2019

'It was such a positive thing for my mental health' - The ex-Irish footballer embarking on a music career

Ex-Shelbourne star Stuart Byrne has just released his debut EP.

# interview - Sunday 9 June, 2019

'I was 13 or 14. I was growing up seeing all these people taking heroin and dying from it'

Ireland legend Olivia O’Toole reflects on her career and discusses the future of football in the country.

# interview - Sunday 2 June, 2019

'It was relentless pain, a continuous circle and I couldn't find a way out of it'

Munster wing Ronan O’Mahony was forced to retire from rugby after suffering severe injury.

From Business ETC How Inglot's Jane Swarbrigg manages the 'ever-changing' face of the make-up industry Interview

How Inglot's Jane Swarbrigg manages the 'ever-changing' face of the make-up industry

Jane Swarbrigg on how her company is thriving in an ultra-competitive market.