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Ever wanted to go for a drink with a top performer? Have a pint with a pop star, a whisky with a West End actor or a mojito with a magician? Join our host Graeme Rooney as he gets a round in and catches up with a variety of people in the entertainment industry from Hollywood to the West End! New episodes every Tuesday, where he chats to an actor, singer, magician, comedian, presenter or other fantastic performer all at different points of their career. Discussing where they’ve come from, car ...
 
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Graeme Hall explains why your dog knowing when and how to settle is so important; dogs need a lot more sleep than you might think. With the help of a couple of listeners, he talks through how to teach your dog to settle in different places – a crate, a pen, a bed, or even at the pub. Plus, how is teaching a ‘settle’ command different to teaching an…
 
Graeme Hall asks how you know when your dog is happy… Do you associate ‘excitement’ – maybe a waggy tail – with happiness? Actually, a calm dog is a happy dog, and most of the behavioural issues Graeme deals with come back to the dog being over-excited. The Dogfather helps a listener whose terriers get too excited just before walk time, and another…
 
Graeme Hall tackled the basics of recall last week, so this week he’s upping the ante! In this advanced recall training session he helps listeners whose dogs have great recall… apart from in very specific scenarios, like if they catch a great scent on the ground, or spot another dog in the distance. Plus, how can you get your off-lead dog to stay r…
 
Graeme Hall explains why it’s absolutely vital that your dog has good recall. In this back-to-recall-basics episode The Dogfather talks through how to successfully use clear commands and a long line to get your dog to reliably come back to you when you call them. Ever wondered how to get your dog to learn their name? You’ll find top tips for that i…
 
Graeme Hall gets a voice note from a listener who’s expecting a baby very soon; he wonders how he should prepare his Labrador for the new arrival. Graeme explains how to get the dog used to the idea in advance, as well as how to introduce her to the baby for the first time. Plus how should you train children to be good with dogs? What is it they ne…
 
Graeme Hall helps a number of listeners whose dogs all make a fuss when they’re being groomed. The Dogfather talks through how to very slowly get your dog used to various grooming tools, as well as to being handled. However, do we actually need to be clipping our dogs nails at all? And does your dog need a minty fresh toothpaste, or is chicken flav…
 
Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown might feel in control in the kitchen, but when she’s out and about walking her dogs it’s a very different story. She asks for Graeme Hall’s advice about how to cope with rescue pug Albus’ habit of lunging and barking at everything that moves - from birds, to artic lorries. Graeme wonders if Albus’ history…
 
Some questions Dogfather Graeme Hall gets asked are a little above his pay grade as a dog behaviour specialist, so he’s invited his vet mate Julian Norton onto the podcast to answer some of your questions that need a medical answer. Alongside The Yorkshire Vet, Graeme explores what to do when your older dog gets dementia, great alternatives to the …
 
Today is a special treat for fans of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly. In the first of a mini-series of Talking Dogs celebrity specials, Graeme Hall meets Joanna Scanlan. Not only is she the much loved actor in movies including Girl With A Pearl Earring, and TV shows like The Thick of It and No Offence, she’s also the narrator of Graeme's TV show! The Do…
 
It’s the series finale of Talking Dogs, so Graeme Hall has a bit of fun by answering some of the more bizarre questions to have landed in his inbox. What should you do if your dog is eating its own poo? Why is your dog reacting strangely to the Amazon Echo? And how should you deal with your dog’s odd obsession with helicopters?Do you have a questio…
 
Graeme Hall tackles a very common problem – dogs barking at things they want to make go away. Does your dog bark incessantly at the postman? At animals on the TV? At passing traffic? Graeme explains the psychology behind why your dog is acting this way, which will make it easier for you to understand how to deal with the problem.Do you have a quest…
 
Graeme Hall talks through how to determine whether your dog is barking to tell you something (more on that next week) or if it’s just to get your attention. If you’re sure it’s the latter, there’s one method that’ll work best: you have to ignore the dog. You have to act as though the dog has completely ceased to exist. Graeme explains the psycholog…
 
Graeme Hall explains how to let your dog know that you’re the leader of the household. This doesn’t mean bullying or being aggressive, it means setting clear boundaries so your dog knows what’s expected of them. Your body language and tone of voice play a part too.He also helps three listeners with their leadership-related problems, including one w…
 
Graeme Hall gives advice to two listeners whose dogs really don’t get on with the other dogs in the house. One is obsessed with humping the pug he sometimes stays with, and the other is a puppy determined to be the boss of two older dogs.He also explores the questions you’re likely to be asking yourself when you have (or are considering having) mor…
 
Graeme Hall explains why dogs – in particular puppies – are likely to nip at everything they can …the sofa, your slippers, your hand…! They’re exploring and learning about the world in the same way we would with our hands! However, it can be incredibly frustrating, so with the help of two listeners, Graeme talks through techniques to help nip the p…
 
Graeme Hall ambitiously covers a whole year of a dog’s life in this episode. He begins by tackling the most common problems you might have with a little puppy, from how long you should take off work, to confusion over vaccinations, and toilet training. He then explains why your puppy suddenly seems to forget all their training from about six months…
 
Graeme Hall tackles dogs that pull on the lead. He explains his ‘invisible box’ technique, which helps teach your dog to walk to heel, as well as how to execute the perfect ‘lead flick’. He also hears from an owner whose retriever is petrified of traffic, and talks her through how to desensitise the dog to the noise so they can enjoy walks together…
 
Graeme Hall answers your pressing questions about walking your dog. Is a harness or a collar better? How long should the lead be? And does it matter which side of me my dog walks on? Plus, he helps a listener whose Labrador likes to stubbornly plonk herself down on the pavement because she knows it means she’ll get love and attention from strangers…
 
It’s a festive special! Graeme Hall talks through what he thinks about special doggy chocolate, the best presents you can buy to keep your dog mentally stimulated throughout the day, and how to make sure your dog isn’t overwhelmed by extra (energetic!) people in the house. Plus, he explains how to teach the ‘leave’ command ahead of Christmas just i…
 
Graeme Hall helps a listener who feels her puppy is a bit of a bully when he plays with other dogs. Is this just puppy behaviour, or is the aggression something to be concerned about? She and another listener also wonder if neutering is the answer to some behavioural issues. Graeme explains when he would, and wouldn’t, get a dog neutered. Plus, wit…
 
Graeme Hall talks through everything you need to think about before rehoming a rescue dog. What should you ask the rescue centre? How long should you spend with the dog before bringing them home? And should you expect them to have particularly bad behavioural issues? Plus, he advises a listener whose Bosnian street dog refuses to have a harness put…
 
Hello everyone! Make sure and have a listen to this very quick episode. There's not a full episode this week, but there's news about what's coming up. Hope you're all well and cheers!! Subscribe to the podcast, Rate and review as I love to hear your thoughts and also... Get in touch Facebook- search 'A Performer, A Pint & A Pod' Twitter- @performer…
 
Graeme Hall helps two listeners whose dogs both have issues with visitors arriving at the house. One is incredibly scared, and hides under the sofa and barks, while the other gets over-excited and jumps at anyone who walks through the door. Graeme talks through tips including implementing strong command words, and even ignoring the dog entirely.Do …
 
This week on the podcast I’m having a lovely beverage with Award Winning actress Shauna Macdonald. Her breakthrough role was in TV show 'Spooks' which she followed up by starring in huge hit horror film 'The Descent'.She went on to star in many TV shows including most recently 'The Nest' and also starred in the Irvine Welsh movie's 'Wedding Belles'…
 
Graeme Hall talks through how to implement a bedtime routine for your dog, including walking and feeding them at the same time, as well as creating a lovely cosy den in their crate. He also hears from a listener who’s soon bringing home a rescue from Portugal – what advice does he have to help the dog settle in her new bed? Plus, what does Graeme t…
 
Graeme Hall explores the origins of resource guarding; it likely starts as attention seeking, but there could be a genetic element too. Does your dog snarl when you come close to their precious item? Ignoring them entirely might just be the best thing you can do.Do you have a question for The Dogfather? Send Graeme a voice note and a video of your …
 
This week on the podcast I’m having a cheeky pint with a brilliant young actor Luke Roskell. A former child star who started out on CBBC, then hit our screens as 'Emmerdale' regular Sean Spencer. Most recently he starred in huge sky hit 'Jamestown' and 'Outlander'. We will of course have the usual banter with worst audition, guilty pleasures and wh…
 
This week on the podcast I’m grabbing a drink with a brilliant young actor Charlie Rowe. A child star who started out in 'The Golden Compass', 'The Boat That Rocked', 'Never Let Me Go' and 'Neverland' and as an adult most recently starred in hit film 'Rocketman' and ITV period drama 'Vanity Fair'. Along the way he's had an unbelievable journey with…
 
Graeme Hall helps two listeners whose dogs aren’t fans of the car. One refuses to get in at all, while the other barks incessantly while they’re driving. Graeme explains how to make your dog feel comfortable in the car by feeding them, spraying dog appeasing pheromones, and strapping them in with a harness. Perhaps you don’t drive but would like to…
 
This week on the podcast I’m grabbing a drink with a brilliant actor and good friend Emun Elliott. A scottish actor who started out in hit theatre show 'Blackwatch' and has gone on to star in some huge films and TV shows including 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', 'Prometheus', 'Game of Thrones', 'The Paradise', 'Filth' as well as starring on the Wes…
 
Graeme Hall goes back to basics giving toilet training tips. What’s the best way to tell your puppy not to go in the house? If the door’s shut, how can they tell you they want to go out? And why might it be easier to toilet train puppies in the winter than the summer?Do you have a question for The Dogfather? Send Graeme a voice note and a video of …
 
This week on the podcast I’m grabbing a drink with a brilliant actress and very funny lady Bronagh Waugh. From bursting on to our screens as the very funny Cheryl in 'Hollyoaks' she's gone on to do some amazing dramas including 'The Fall' with Gillian Anderson and brand new serial killer drama 'Des' with David Tennant. As well as chatting about her…
 
Graeme Hall talks through the different ways fear can manifest in dogs: flight, fight, freezing, and fawning. He helps a listener whose chihuahua’s fear presents as aggression, as well as explaining how you can praise the moments of curiosity and calm rather than panicking in the height of the fearful state.Do you have a question for The Dogfather?…
 
This week on the podcast I go for a pint with a BBC Radio 1 DJ and TV presenter, a lovely young lady from my homeland, Arielle Free! She's had quite the journey to her dream job of hosting her own show on BBC Radio 1. From dancing to Harry Potter to being a regular Children's TV presenter, oh and not to mention being a DJ at the biggest festivals a…
 
Graeme Hall explores how to work out how long your dog needs walking for, if it’s possible to over-exercise your dog, and behavioural issues that can be affected by exercise levels. Walks are also incredibly important for mental stimulation, sniffing, and socialising, so it’s not just about physical activity!Do you have a question for The Dogfather…
 
This week on the podcast I’m grabbing a drink with singer, dancer, actress, ice skater and well just very talented lady, Hayley Tamaddon. From playing regulars in 'Coronation Street' and 'Emmerdale' to starring in numerous huge West End shows including Chicago, Spamalot, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Everybody's Talking about Jamie and many more she’s …
 
Graeme Hall helps a listener whose young dachshund has severe separation anxiety. He explores how creating a smaller environment and practising leaving the room for just a few seconds can make a real difference. Webcams are often used to keep an eye on unsettled dogs, but are they all they’re cracked up to be? Plus, when is apparent separation anxi…
 
This week I’m joined by star of stage and screen, Steven Cree. From starring in the West End’s 'Cabaret' to playing fantastic roles in 'Outlander', 'Cobra' with Robert Carlyle, 'Outlaw King' and 'A Discovery of Witches' he’s really had a superb career. As well as chatting about his career highs we'll laugh about some brilliant behind the scene stor…
 
This week I’m joined by the actor Bradley James. That's right, I had a pint with King Arthur himself! We chat all about his career from drama school to starring in 'Merlin', 'Damien' and 'Underworld'. We also chat about a brand new Netflix project he's starring in coming out this autumn. This is Episode 6 of A Performer, A Pint and A Pod with actor…
 
This week I’m joined by the very funny actress Laura Checkley, and what a cracking career, from guest appearances in 'W1A', 'Red Dwarf', 'This Country' and 'Bridget Jones' to starring in 'King Gary', 'Military Wives' and 'The Detectorists'. We chat about all her career highs as well as some hilarious lows. This is Episode 5 of A Performer, A Pint a…
 
This week I’m joined by the very funny actor Jason Callender. From playing the regular Dexter Harris in hit TV show 'The 4 O'clock Club' he's gone on to star in West End shows 'The Play That Goes Wrong' and 'Upstart Crow'. As well as chatting about the successes in his career we'll laugh about some brilliant behind the scene stories, such as, tryin…
 
This week I’m joined by Olivier award winning actress Laura Donnelly. From playing the lead in the West End’s 'The Ferryman' to starring in 'Outlander', 'Britannia', 'The Fall' and soon to hit our screens HBO's 'The Nevers' she’s really had a superb career. She's also performed at the Royal Court, Almeida, Donmar, Regent's Park and starred with the…
 
This week I’m joined by a bit of an all rounder - actor, singer, comedian David Fynn. From playing the lead in the West End’s 'School of Rock' to starring in american sitcom NBC's 'Undateable', he’s really had a cracking and diverse career. Not to mention performing at the National, RSC, Donmar and of course playing Wolfie in the Inbetweeners. As w…
 
Hello! In the first ever episode I meet actor James Robinson and well...what a career and life! From meeting Mel Gibson and becoming the young William Wallace in Braveheart to playing Macbeth for the National Theatre, he's had quite a journey. We chat about how Hollywood landed on his doorstep, when George Lucas phoned his mum and rapping on a cana…
 
Graeme Hall is one of the country’s best known and loved dog trainers, and now he is sitting down to chat about his biggest dog-related challenges in his brand new podcast. Having spent years travelling the country helping owners with badly behaved dogs, he is now being inspired by questions in his inbox to bring as many answers as possible about t…
 
Graeme Hall is one of the country’s best known and loved dog trainers, and now he is sitting down to chat about his biggest dog-related challenges in his brand new podcast coming to you next week. Having spent years travelling the country helping owners with badly behaved dogs, he is now being inspired by questions in his inbox to bring as many ans…
 
This is a teaser of things to come, with excerpts from the first 4 episodes, including an OLIVIER AWARD winning actress, the star of SCHOOL OF ROCK, a star of UPSTART CROW and one of the stars of an OSCAR WINNING MOVIE... Ever wanted to go for a drink with a top performer? Then subscribe to this podcast and join our host Graeme Rooney (BBC2's The G…
 
Damien drops by Hobbit Hole Studios to talk with Graeme about all things music, starting with the legendary Beatles sound engineer Geoff Emerick who recently passed away, and covering how the music industry has changed since that time, with particular emphasis on how technology has shaped the way we listen to and consume music. As always, this is i…
 
Sam and Graeme rise from the grave to talk monsters, getting scammed and child actors before premiering a brand new segment: Masterpiece Theatre? I Hardly Knew Her!Twitter: @takethebasement, @SamanthakDon & @graemehoussinFollow the Aggressively Unfunny guys on Twitter @aggfunny and on Facebook!Theme music: “Sad Xmas” by Mark Castle, licensed under …
 
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