Her and JOE find innovative new ways to get your favourite shows to you 3 months ago

Her and JOE find innovative new ways to get your favourite shows to you

We're keeping calm and creating unmissable content!

Life has changed pretty dramatically in the past few weeks, but there are some things that you can always count on – like your favourite shows from Her and JOE.

As a tight-knit team we've found it a challenge to be suddenly at a distance, but it's a challenge we've risen to in order to make sure that we keep bringing you the same top quality news and lifestyle coverage – plus those essential lols and light relief – across our sites and social media channels.

And we've found new and innovative ways to make sure that our shows keep going too.

Her's flagship show Girls With Goals is still coming to you via audio each week. We're no longer in studio, but there's a fresh podcast episode available every Sunday night. Host Niamh Maher is gathering together a collection of informative and inspiring people to help you establish a 'new normal'.

This week's must-listen episode has crisis career advice, a frontline food initiative and expert tips for dealing with rising anxiety for Andrea Hayes.

Meanwhile, Curated With Cassie is going behind closed doors with host Cassie Stokes who will be continuing to bring you the latest lifestyle trends from the safety of her own home. It's Cocooning With Cassie and we're into it!

You'll soon be able to see Cassie take on our DIY beauty challenge by creating facemasks from the ingredients in her kitchen cupboards, as well as getting creative with cocktail hour.

Before that episode drops on YouTube and Instagram on Monday, check out the Sustainable Style Special, where Cassie gets tips on how you can use this downtime to make a start on a more sustainable wardrobe and beauty routine.

 

Meanwhile over on JOE, All In – the business show backed by AIB – and Baz and Andrew’s House of Rugby, together with Guinness, have transitioned from a traditional in-studio format to a new virtual studio. In the new-look formats, the hosts and contributors appear on video calls within virtual set ups that still have the look and feel of the much-loved shows.

Joining host Yvonne Redmond on this week’s episode of All In is Clinical Psychologist Dr Malie Coyne and Aisling Teillard, CEO Tandem HR Solutions, to discuss how to manage our minds and bodies in the midst of a global pandemic. Plus, Feed the Heroes founder Cian O'Flaherty discusses his mission to help those on the frontline during the crisis.

And on House of Rugby, Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble present the show from their houses. They discuss rugby and the coronavirus with Mark O'Keeffe in New York, and the show also catches up with Jack Carty.