John Sweeney – Letting Laughter in when Life gets Dark

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John Sweeney joins Paul Boross to discuss how a sense of humour can bring you through troubled times. Throughout decades as a war correspondent and investigative journalist, Sweeney shares the saving power of a smile.

On this week’s episode of the Humourology Podcast, Paul Boross is joined by award-winning investigative journalist John Sweeney. Sweeney shares story after story of how humour can help you through the horrors of war.

“The weird things about war is the comedy of it.”

How can a sense of humour bring you through horrific moments of human suffering? Join us this week on the Humourology Podcast to hear what Sweeney has to say.

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