Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis
Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis
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Join Alison Curtis for some PMA (Positive Morning Attitude!) With lots of fun, energy, family-friendly chat, advice, big guests, the best listeners and big prize giveaways Weekend Breakfast broadcasts a blast of positivity every Saturday morning from 8am and Sunday from 9am.
This week Alison spoke with cybersecurity expert Alex Cooney about whether you should let your kids online, if so at what age and how to set proper boundaries around internet safety. Alex is the co-founder and CEO of the Irish charity 'Cyber Safe Kids'. For for the full chat click the 'Play' button on this page.
Neil Kenna who you may know as the bartender from First Dates Ireland joined Alison to give his pro tips on being a standout dater on the show. First dates are coming back for their 8th season and looking for daters, particularly men to take part and potentially find their future spouse. For the full chat click the 'Play' button on this page.
Author Eoin Colfer joined Alison on weekend breakfast to discuss the upcoming International Literature Festival taking place in Dublin this year, and he even has a few questions for Alison about where she's from. For the full chat click the 'Play' button above.
Fashion influencer turned business women Louise Cooney joined Alison to discuss Season 2 of her podcast 'Open Book'. She also talks about making it as an influencer, the key to staying on top of your game and the difficulties that come with it. For the full chat click the 'Play' button on this page.
The 'kitchen disco queen' Sophie Ellis-Bextor joined Alison to discuss her new podcast 'Spinning Plates', being a full-time working mum to five boys and the excitement of her upcoming Dublin gig in St Anne's park. For the full chat click the 'Play' button above.
Paul O'Connell is a Barnardos ambassador and he is fronting the Big Active campaign with Aldi to encourage primary school children to approach their health in holistic way, by looking after their minds, hearts and bodies. Get involved at Barnardos.ie/bigactive
It was a phenomenon when it first launched, and it's been such a hit that it's getting it's very own spin off. 'Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story' is a prequel to the tale we know so well which focuses on the Queen's rise to power and we caught up with the cast to find out more!
A show regular and voice of reason, Dr. Colman Noctor joined Alison this morning to tell her all about his new book, 'The 4-7 Zone'. Colman gives readers an easy and effective way to live a balanced life - and explains how you can become your own therapist. Hit play now to hear the full conversation.
He's the man behind the iconic 'This Is Going To Hurt' and has just realised a book all about the digestive system, so it's safe to say that Adam Kay is not squeamish. The former doctor, comedian and author joined Alison to chat about writing for kids, turning his life into a BBC series and why doctors are terrible patients.
It's one of the most iconic characters to ever grace the literary, TV and movie world but in 2023, Tinkerbell is moving from sidekick to superstar. Yara Shahidi is Tinkerbell in brand new Disney+ series 'Peter Pan and Wendy' and she joined Alison to chat about putting on those famous wings!
You might have heard of Las Tapas de Lola – one of the top tapas spots in the country. Its owners - Anna Cabrera and Vanessa Murphy – have had a busy few months, opening another restaurant to rave reviews and writing a new book teaching you to master tapas. They caught up with Alison to tell her all about it.
Gráinne Mullins was already an award-winning pastry chef when she launched Grá Chocolates from her parents' shed in 2020. Since then she and her business have gone strength to strength, and she appeared on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list last month. She caught up with Alison to chat abouther amazing career and the all the best summer food festivals.
Did you see Joe Biden was in a deli in Dundalk? (we cannot believe we're asking that question either) Alison Curtis spoke to the owner of McAteers Food House in the wee county Jerome McAteer, who welcomed the US President - and the secret service into his café this week. They chatted about sniffer dogs, rescue dogs and ironing flags.
Getting diagnosed with autism at the age of 27 changed author and illutrator Aoife Dooley’s life forever. But five years on, she has grown to love and accept herself – and wants to help children do the same. She joined Alison to chat about the second book in the Frankie's World series: Finding My Voice.
Have you heard about Ireland's answer to Love Island? Centred around the quintesential Gaeltacht experience, Grá ar an Trá is all about helping Gaelgóirs and Béarla speakers find love while using their Irish - and the couple with the most focail win! Man an Tí James Kavanagh dropped by Weekend Breakfast to tell Alison all about it. They chatted about Irish reality TV, Canadian Gaeltachts and James's latest food ventures.
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