This December, Newstalk’s ‘Uncorked’ series will take a closer look at our relationship with alcohol.
We’ll be lifting the lid on our attitudes toward drink; asking ‘how much is too much?', and tracking our drinking habits.
100 listeners completed our Uncorked survey. Take a look at the results here.
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"Underage drinking is happening at home," Sheena Horgan, CEO of Drinkaware discusses the Drinkaware Index and the profile of Ireland's 'At Risk' and 'Hazardous' Drinkers'.
Rehabilitation Specialist - and Newstalk listener - Willie Collins tells Ivan he has a responsibility when it comes to speaking about drinking.
University of Bath professor Sally Adams told Ciara the most effective ways to stop a hangover.
Newstalk Breakfast examined what can the country learn from other states that have dealt with out of control drinking.
Reporter Aideen Finnegan tells us how St. John of God's Hospital helps people to recover from their alcohol addiction.
Five of our presenters took part in a two-week drink diary to track how much they really drink. Here's how Shane Coleman, Kieran Cuddihy, Andrea Gilligan, Ivan Yates and Ciara Kelly got on...
Merlot and Me documentary maker Mia Dunphy joins Newstalk Breakfast to discuss the 'wine o'clock' phenomenon, her own drink diary, recognising targeted advertising and more.
Drinkaware's Sheena Horgan and dietitian Orla Walsh told Ciara why people often don't realise exactly what even a small amount of alcohol can do to your body.
On The Hard Shoulder, one listener got in touch to say she had decided to give up drinking. Lucy explains to Ivan why she did it and what it's been like.