Episode 7 Ailbhe Smyth on The F-Word

  "Believe in yourself" - Ailbhe Smyth   I first heard Ailbhe Smyth (@ailbhes) speak at a conference in Dublin called Show & Tell. It was one of those moments where I have realised how ignorant I am (and I've had plenty of those moments!). No only did I get a kick in the head and a … Continue reading Episode 7 Ailbhe Smyth on The F-Word

Liam O’Brien – The Power of Storytelling

  "Scene is picture. Picture is memory. It's about imprinting memories and engaging your listener" - Liam O'Brien This week’s guest is Liam O’Brien.   Liam O'Brien is the Series Producer of  RTE’s Documentary on One, a radio documentary series and podcast   Liam started at Doc on one in 2005. Since then, the team … Continue reading Liam O’Brien – The Power of Storytelling

Episode 6 Liam O’Brien on Storytelling

"Scene is picture. Picture is memory. It's about imprinting memories and engaging your listener" - Liam O'Brien This week’s guest is Liam O’Brien.   Liam O'Brien is the Series Producer of  RTE’s Documentary on One, a radio documentary series and podcast   Liam started at Doc on one in 2005. Since then, the team has … Continue reading Episode 6 Liam O’Brien on Storytelling

Episode 5 David Lyttle on Art and Recreation

  "A mixture of naivety, passion, and determination set me on this path" - David Lyttle   This week's guest is David Lyttle (@david_lyttle). A man of many talents, he is a songwriter, jazz drummer, music producer, record label owner, and fellow podcaster. He has been described by Rolling Stone magazine as "one of the … Continue reading Episode 5 David Lyttle on Art and Recreation

Episode 4 Sean Hillen on Art, Censorship, and UFOs

"I feel very lucky that I have a life that allows me to do these things" - Sean Hillen Born in 1961 in Newry, Northern Ireland, Sean Hillen is an artist and a fascinating character. In this wide-renting conversation, we cover his early life in Northern Ireland, literary influences, censorship, UFOs and his recent diagnosis … Continue reading Episode 4 Sean Hillen on Art, Censorship, and UFOs