• Can Do, Will Do

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    Can Do, Will Do

    Fresh from the success of her hit show Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, writer and UCC graduate Stefanie Preissner tells Mike Ryan about her rise from uncertain drama student to one of the most prolific artists of her generation.

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  • It’s not just a gut feeling

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    It’s not just a gut feeling

    UCC professors John Cryan and Ted Dinan, whose headlining scientific research has shown a link between bacteria in the gut and mood, tell Margaret Jennings that it’s all about diversity in the diet – so it’s OK to have the odd apple pie.

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  • Active citizen

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    Active citizen

    Emily Duffy, inventor of the Duffily Bag, discusses tackling the homeless crisis head-on and her hopes for the future. In conversation with Jane Haynes

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  • Leading the charge

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    Leading the charge

    Alan Hayes, UCC’s new Students' Union President and Director of The Thomas Hayes Trust, discusses his excitement for the year ahead and the importance of supporting those in need. In conversation with Jane Haynes

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  • Gaeltacht adventures

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    Gaeltacht adventures

    By Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh

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  • Eachtraí sa Ghaeltacht

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    Eachtraí sa Ghaeltacht

    Le Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh 

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  • Don’t worry, bees happy

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    Don’t worry, bees happy

    UCC STEM start-up creator, Dr Fiona Edwards Murphy, who has become a role model for women in technology, is creating a buzz with her much-lauded company ApisProtect, which offers unique innovative solutions to help beekeepers prevent losses and increase productivity in their hives. Jane Haynes catches up with her

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  • The times they are a-changin’

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    The times they are a-changin’

    Robert O’Sullivan speaks to members of the LGBT Staff Network at UCC about its origins, what it has achieved during its first 10 years, and how Ireland has changed its perspective on gender and sexuality issues over that decade.

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  • Back to her roots

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    Back to her roots

    From campaigning for the Green Flag award during her student days, to now leading the charge for UCC’s Green Campus as Sustainability Officer; Maria Kirrane discusses coming full-circle at her alma mater. In conversation with Jane Haynes

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  • Shining a light

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    Shining a light

    Mental Health in the Community is a part-time course run in partnership with Adult Continuing Education at UCC, and Mental Health Ireland. Jane Haynes met with course coordinator Brenda Healy and the Class of 2017/18 to discover the life-changing impact of this programme.

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  • Patrick’s call to nursing was no accident

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    Patrick’s call to nursing was no accident

    The impact of our interactions with others stretches beyond the caring profession, to the wider community, says Patrick Cotter. An advanced nurse practitioner at the Emergency Department of CUH, Patrick was the first male nursing student at Cork’s South Infirmary/Victoria University Hospital, 27 years ago. He speaks to Jane Haynes about his vocation.

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  • Woman of Steele

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    Woman of Steele

    A childhood love for the sea sparked a fascinating career for Susan Steele, Chair of the Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority. The dynamic Susan tells Nancy Hawkes of her love of learning, her duty to protect, and how she manages to ‘do it all’.

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  • A healthy separation, long overdue

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    A healthy separation, long overdue

    Vaccinations and screening programmes that keep us safe and well originate in public health research, but as the Dean of the new school of that discipline at UCC, Professor Ivan Perry, tells Margaret Jennings, the credit for such work often goes elsewhere.

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