Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

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It’s episode number six and Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran. Kate is an actress best known for her work in The Town Is Dead for which she was Irish Times Theatre nominated. Next up for Kate is her Abbey Theatre debut in The Train.

Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran

Here’s how the show works:

60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 euro Argos bought Bingo ball machine and asks his guest the corresponding question to that number ball. At the beginning of the show, the guest receives 6 numbers and if their 6 balls are drawn, they get to pick any question to ask Tom and he has to give a totally honest answer.

In this week’s episode, Tom chats to Kate Gilmore about everything from from coping with the loss a loved one to meeting Michael Fassebender and crinkly clothes.

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This episode was produced by Taz Kelleher. Taz has a podcast which explores the little moments in life that we all share. It’s called MomentsPodcast and can be found here.

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Taz Kelleher

Bright, bubbly and compassionate; Taz Kelleher honed her podcasting skills at the highly acclaimed Postloudness podcast network, situated in the Cards Against Humanity office in Chicago. Her podcast, Moments podcast, which won an innovation award at Columbia College Chicago, explores the random moments on life that we all experience. Taz is also a freelance graphic designer and presenter who has appeared on The Late Late Show, RTE Radio, Spin 1038 and Radio Nova amongst others. She claims to love podcast more than her family and can’t wait for the podcasting rocket to take off here in Ireland.

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