The 1% Podcast

The 1% Podcast

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Hosted by Shay Dalton
David Gillick - Back on Track
Feb 5 • 92 min
David Gillick is one of Ireland’s greatest ever 400m runner, having distinguished himself admirably in his chosen field. He finished sixth in the world in 2009, and won the European Indoor Championships in 2005 and 2007. Along the way he beat some of the…
Andy Lee - What it takes to be a champion
Jan 25 • 84 min
Andy is a former Boxing Middleweight Champion of the World. Known in boxing circles as a tough-as-nails southpaw, Lee’s famous right hook is world renowned. He’s also an Olympian, having competed for Ireland at the 2004 Olympic games in Athens. In this…
Des Cahill – His early years in journalism, his country roots, the Irish language and RTE Ep04
Nov 30, 2018 • 49 min
Des is a sports presenter and commentator with national broadcaster RTE - Presenter of RTÉ television’s GAA programme, “The Sunday Game” & RTÉ’s flagship weekend sports radio programme, “Saturday Sport”. He is also the regular weekday morning Sports…
Alan Ahearne – We talk Brexit, property, housing, the general economy and everything in between Ep03
Nov 29, 2018 • 54 min
Alan is currently a Professor of Economics and Director of the Whitaker Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and has also taught economics at UCD, DCU and the Carnegie Mellon University. Coined by the Independent News & Media Group as…
James Kerr II - What the All Blacks can teach us about Business & Life Ep02
Nov 8, 2018 • 35 min
Part 2 of our interview with James Kerr, bestselling author of the book ‘Legacy’. In 2010 James became one of the only people to be allowed inside the camp of the New Zealand All Blacks, the most successful sporting team in history. James is an…
James Kerr - What the All Blacks can teach us about Business & Life Ep01
Nov 6, 2018 • 36 min
Welcome to The 1% Podcast’s inaugural episode, the first of a two-part interview with James Kerr, bestselling author of the book ‘Legacy’. In 2010 James became one of the only people to be allowed inside the camp of the New Zealand All Blacks, the most…