The Home Show with Sinead Ryan
The Home Show with Sinead Ryan
About The Home Show with Sinead Ryan
Sinead Ryan covers all areas of the home from interiors and accessories, to design and architecture, maintenance and renovation - along with expert advice on various aspects of home improvement. Listen and subscribe to The Home Show with Sinead Ryan on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
On the Home Show Podcast this week: Florist Bronagh Harte, owner of 'Ginkgo Flowers' will be teaching us all how to make a beautiful spring bouquet ahead of Mother's Day. Davin Larkin, designer, and lecturer at the Atlantic Technological University in Connemara will be chatting to Sinead about an exhibition taking place in the National Museum of Ireland on the Sligo/Tuam chair. If you are dining at home on Mother's day, Russell Alford one-half of the Gastro Gays and Sunday Times food critic joins Sinead with some tips on what to cook and how to set a gorgeous dining table for your Mum. And there are about 7000 Irish pubs all over the world. Jennifer Sheahan is back from her travels in America to tell us about that and about the evolution of rural/mountain/western Americana style.
Top Designer Alice Temperley joins Sinead to chat about her new homeware range and designing dresses for the stars. Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin is back with us to answer your gardening questions. We’ll explore the other Irish connection to the White House as we approach St. Patrick’s Day, Producer/ Director Sé Merry Doyle from Loopline Pictures joins Sinead to talk about James Hoban and James Gandon. And Interior designer Denise O’Connor talks posh wellness trends for your home.
Catherine Fitzgerald and her husband, actor Dominic West, are owners of the historic Glin Castle in Co Limerick which has been in her family for hundreds of years. Catherine joins Sinead to chat about the castle’s history. We’re supposed to change our bed linen every week but most of us leave it on far longer. Sinead is joined by sleep expert Dr. Lindsay Browning to discuss. International women’s day is on Wednesday and an upcoming Irish art auction features important works by female artists. We’ll be taking a look and speaking with the Chair of Whytes auctioneers, Ian Whyte. And finally, interior designer, Arlene McIntyre, from Ventura Design joins Sinead with some tips on giving your bedroom or guest room the 5-star hotel treatment.
Coming up on this week's Home Show Podcast: 'WHAM' backing singer and one-half of the pop duo 'Pepsi & Shirlie', Shirlie Kemp joins Sinead to chat about renovating her new home with husband Martin Kemp. We'll be finding out what's on at the 'Property Show Ireland' which is in the RDS this weekend. Diarmuid Gavin stops by for another gardening masterclass and addresses all of your garden-related questions. Plus interior designer, Sinead Considine, chats with Sinead about how to best prepare for selling your home.
On this week's Home Show Podcast: Fashion designer Paul Costelloe joins Sinead to chat about his home wear collection. We will be investigating the ancient art of bookbinding. The 'Conscious Innovator' Sara Simmonds on hero products and shopping consciously. And the evolution of the kitchen oven with show regular, Jennifer Sheahan.
On the Home Show Podcast this week: Scent expert Benoit Nicol chats about the fragrance of love for you and for your home. Economist Stephen Kinsella explains how the latest raft of interest rate hikes will affect us all. Garden designer, Diarmuid Gavin, continues his fortnightly gardening masterclass with your questions at the heart of things. And Arlene McIntyre, celebrity interior designer, on high-end interior trends this year.
On this week's Home Show Podcast: From hive to home, Sinead chats with a Cork-based Swedish beekeeper, Hanna Backmo from Hannas Bees. The average Irish home takes 6 months to build and costs €350,000 but a modular home is half the price and half the time. Sinead finds out if they are one answer to the housing shortage with Donal Byrne MD of BRB Homes (Big Red Barn) who are specialists in modular homes. Sinead is joined by basket-maker and weaver, Aoife Patterson, from Wicklow Willow to go through how to make a four-armed St Brigid’s cross for your home. And Niamh Maher talks about all things cutlery.
On this week’s Home Show Podcast: Dermot Bannon, host of Room to Improve joins us to discuss the show back on our television screens. A collection of one off handmade rugs designed by some of Ireland’s leading artists including Maser will be auctioned off next week for charity. We chat to the organisers. From planning to planting we are starting our new gardening masterclass series with top garden designer Diarmuid Gavin. AND Jennifer Sheahan is back this week to talk about tiles and wallpaper to give your home a bit of pizazz.
On this week's Home Show Podcast: Brendan Courtney, one-half of the uber-talented design duo Lennon Courtney, is one of Ireland’s most stylish men; a television presenter; a podcaster with the Go Loud Network; and he has recently completed a master's degree in Equality Diversity and Inclusion. He joins Sinead to talk all things style, family, and the Fair Deal Scheme. Founded in 1976 by the Design & Crafts Council of Showcase Ireland, Ireland’s international creative expo returns to the RDS from January 22nd until January 24th with over 365 exhibitors and more than 3,000 visitors expected to attend. Sinead is joined by the Chair of Showcase, Mary Palmer, and by Emmet Bosonnet, creator and founder of Kopper Kreations to discuss. And Denise O’Connor from Optimise Design stopped by to chat about her seven ways to make savings on your home renovation without having to compromise.
On this week's Home Show Podcast: How to plan and plant trees indoors, with Diarmuid Gavin. The First Home Scheme is popular with first-time buyers, but is it a good idea for the taxpayer? Turning your home into a gym without spending a penny. And the Christmas sparkle is well and truly gone, and our homes are looking a bit bare. Show regular Jennifer Sheahan joins Sinead with some tips on what to buy for the new year to take away the bleak look…from lighting to tableware and even games.
On this week's episode of The Home Show: Architect Hugh Wallace shares his letter to Santa on the housing crisis; if you are looking for a new sofa, Sinead Considine has been doing her homework on what you should buy to be on trend this year; Dr. Rory Hearne gives Sinead his take on the new vacant property refurbishment grant; and show regular Niamh Maher will talk to us about getting the nursery ready for a new arrival and how the humble mug holds a special place in our hearts.
On this New Year's Eve special of The Home Show: Garry Cohn brings the weird and wonderful to your interiors; Ali Ryan gives us a guide to selling your clothes online; and Anne Tuohy helps us to bring the feel of the Med to our homes.
On this episode of The Home Show: we'll be showing you how to make a fabulous Christmas dinner, we'll learn how to store and serve wine properly, we'll discuss what makes a great festive tablescape and Home of the Year winner Jennifer Sheahan will be giving you her top tips for the best last-minute Christmas gifts.
On this episode of The Home Show: will you be spending Christmas alone? We'll meet someone looking forward to doing that. We’ll be showing you how to design your own homemade Christmas card; we’ll be talking about how to deal with the problem of damp if and when it arises in your home; and interior designer to the stars Arlene McIntyre will be here to showcase how to select a dining table that works for you.
On this episode of The Home Show: Caroline Foran on only buying one item of clothing per month a year; Design Director Garry Cohn on incorporating the colour of the year into your home; the latest tech aiming to prevent property theft; and Optimise Design's Denise O'Connor on getting your house ready for extra visitors at Christmas.
On this episode of The Home Show: we'll be showing you how to DIY your own Christmas wreath; Minister Simon Harris discusses funding student accommodation; we'll be talking about the cost of Christmas lights; and The Journal's Niamh Maher will tell us the most common mistakes when decorating your Christmas tree!
On The Home Show this week: we'll meet some of the fabulous creatives taking part in the RDS Gifted Craft and Design Fair; SVP will discuss new data on those going without essentials; we'll chat about Repair Cafes; and travel journalist Joan Scales will tell us about the towns around the world paying you to move there.
On The Home Show this week: we’ll be doing an in-depth explainer of the Fair Deal scheme and the latest rule changes; how do you go about finding sustainable homeware products? Our panel will give their insight; creating a spa atmosphere at home – we’ll be showing you how; and how to impress with a Thanksgiving dinner.
On this episode of The Home Show: Have you thought about renting your dress for this year’s Christmas party instead of buying something you may only wear once? Sinead talks to the founder of WorkEqual, Sonya Lennon to discuss. Mark Keenan, Property Editor for the Irish Independent and Independent.ie joins Sinead to talk about retrofitting air source heat pumps. Ireland's biggest art fair 'Art Source' is taking place this weekend. Geraldine Carton, one of the artists who is exhibiting, joins Sinead to chat all about it. Niamh Maher, Commercial Creative Director with TheJournal.ie joins Sinead with some tips on winterproofing your home.
On this week's episode of The Home Show with Sinead Ryan: We’ll be giving you a step-by-step guide to switching bank provider; does your town centre need regeneration? We’ll be discussing a community initiative to explore what that would look like; interior designer to the stars Arlene McIntyre will be here for a listener Q&A; and we’ll be showing you easy ways to start decluttering your wardrobe.
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