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Feb 25, 2019

In show twenty-seven, historian Fin Dwyer tells Tara whether there’s any weight to her notion that historical witches have a through-line to online swarms. Are shocking events of the past too serious to correlate to today’s stresses? Is there a modern-day equivalent to stocks and what’s a scold’s bridle? Uppity...


Feb 18, 2019

In show twenty-six, award-winning author Emilie Pine helps Tara to do a deep dive on periods. Tara and Emilie aren’t doctors, instead, they jump the chat off from Emilie’s essay Notes on Bleeding and Other Crimes from her bestseller Notes to Self (Tramp Press). Why are we still so reluctant to talk about periods?...


Feb 11, 2019

In show twenty-five, Tara wonders if she’s a feminist at all, she’s often so bad at it. There’s so much to take in and Tara, the eejit, hasn’t always been paying attention. What’s a feminist in the first place and how do you surf those waves? Can someone be anti-choice and feminist? What about lads? Why...


Feb 4, 2019

In show twenty-four, Kate McGrew (aka Lady Grew) award-winning rapper singer dancer comic, sex worker and Director of Sex Workers Alliance (SWAI) drops in to drop Tara in it with a surprise challenge. Before that, they manage to chat about sex work in Ireland, changing attitudes, Irish law, shamelessness, fearlessness,...