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Aidan Storey

Aidan Storey was born and brought up in Dublin. He has become established as one of the leading Irish Psychics, Angel Therapists and Angel Readers. His reputation as a gifted Spiritual Healer is also recognized in the UK, Europe, the USA and Japan. He specializes in helping people to deal with issues that prevent them from embarking on a journey to enlightenment. Visit for more.

Gerry Thornley

Gerry Thornley has been the rugby correspondent of the Irish Times since 1997 and is a regular contributor and rugby analyst on both television and radio. He is the award winning author of Trevor Brennan: Heart and Soul which won the William Hill Irish Sports Book of the Year in 2007 and the Irish Book Awards Sports Book of the Year in 2008. His other books include the bestselling Ronan O'Gara: Unguarded (2013) and Pulling The Strings with Peter Stringer (2015) which was shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards Sports Book of the Year.

Colm Tobin

Colm Tobin is an acclaimed comedy writer and TV producer with Kite Entertainment. He has almost 50,000 followers on Twitter. As well as writing for RTE Radio 1's Irish Pictorial Weekly, he has written and produced the children's science shows Science Fiction for RTE JNR and CBBC, and Brain Freeze for CBBC. He also wrote and produced the satirical RTE TV series Langerland, and has written pieces for The Irish Times. Originally from Clonakilty, West Cork, Colm now lives in Dublin.

Peter Tyrrell

Peter Tyrrell was born in 1916 into an impoverished family in the west of Ireland. Sent at the age of eight into the care of the Christian Brothers at Letterfrack Industrial School, he suffered appallingly from the brutality of the school's regime. This was to be the defining period of his life and informed everything that followed. His account of his time in Letterfrack and his later life was originally told in a series of letters to the sympathetic senator, Owen Sheehy Skeffington. Having never fully escaped the horrors of his childhood, Tyrrell tragically ended his own life in 1967.
His compelling memoir, Founded on Fear, was edited by Dr Diarmuid Whelan.

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