Konst – Irland – Nya podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • I will talk you through simple steps on how to make pasta dishes

  • Grow your confidence and motivation in the kitchen with guidance from professional chefs!We are Two Chef Mission- personal chefs, parents, and business owners here to give you the clarity and confidence to navigate your own kitchen at home.We're here to show you how fun and easy cooking at home can be alongside the craziness of life, parenting, and entrepreneurship. Be your best home chef with our meal planning tips, kitchen hacks, and insider chef tips and knowledge.Join us weekly as we dig into our pantry of experience and let the meal planning stress melt away! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/100-fresh-twochefmission/support

  • Go with me around the world as we peer into the brilliant minds
    behind today's tattoo and cosmetic tattoo industry. The
    popularity of tattoo's has spawned the need for a more complex
    artist and heightened consumer awareness. We debunk myth's
    and replace them with facts collected from global experts and
    award-winning artists'. We uncover the rich culture, fascinating
    history, safety standards, and technological advances, for a
    complex and diverse educational experience. Join me every
    week for an INK-credible appreciation of the professional tattoo
    arts.

  • The Food Safety Dish is a production dishing on all things food safety, brought to you by National Farmers Union's Local Food Safety Collaborative. We talk with farmer and expert voices on their subject specialties: sharing practical advice, wisdom, and how to incorporate good food safety practices into your own growing operation.

  • Outwest Clothing podcast covering all things outdoors, adventure, sustainability and more

  • Muine Bheag Arts is an artist-run organisation based in Co. Carlow, Ireland.

  • What makes a room good? Page, an architecture and engineering firm, answers this question through interdisciplinary design conversations, featuring a compelling combination of curiosity, experience, and reflections.


    On the Good Room, we talk about design, from planning to the finer details and nuances that enhance our experiences and interactions within a building. Together, we discover intersections of our perspectives and challenge assumptions to reimagine program, performance, and place.


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  • Kev & Laurence, two authors challenge themselves to write a book that will generate six-figure sums in one year! EASY-PEESSY RIGHT?

  • Rachel and รine are two bookworms with two very important questions for their guests; what book do you think everyone should read and why? Coming up this season, we've eight wonderful guests from the world of books to answer those very questions.


    You can follow us on a multitude of social media platforms;

    Instagram

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    รine's Bookstagram


    Want to get in touch? Drop us an email at [email protected]


    Our logo is by the exceptionally talented Design Wright. You can find her shop here.


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  • Welcome to Sshh..Mom is Trying to Read a Book Club podcast. Listen along as Shae, queen of romance, and Laken, queen of thriller, select and read a book, then discuss rate and review. We strive to make it seem like you are talking about your favorite books with your friends each episode!

  • Shane MacGowan: The Life and Times of a Punk Pioneer Shane Patrick Lysaght MacGowan is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, and author best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the Celtic punk band The Pogues. Born on Christmas Day 1957 in Pembury, Kent, England, to Irish immigrant parents, MacGowan's life has been a vibrant tapestry of music, rebellion, and literary prowess. Early Life and Musical Beginnings MacGowan's childhood was marked by frequent relocations between Ireland and England, fostering a deep connection with both cultures and laying the foundation for his unique blend of musical styles. His early musical influences ranged from Irish folk to punk rock, shaping his eclectic taste and rebellious spirit. In the late 1970s, MacGowan relocated to London, immersing himself in the burgeoning punk rock scene. He became a regular at The Pindar of Wakefield, a pub that served as a hub for emerging musicians. It was here that he formed his first band, The Nips, a punk band with a blend of Irish and punk influences. The Pogues and Rise to Prominence In 1982, MacGowan co-founded The Pogues, a band that would become synonymous with Celtic punk. The band's music fused traditional Irish folk melodies with the energy and attitude of punk rock, creating a sound that was both infectious and groundbreaking. The Pogues' debut album, "Red Roses for Me," released in 1984, established them as a force to be reckoned with in the music scene. The album's blend of traditional Irish melodies, raucous punk energy, and MacGowan's evocative lyrics resonated with audiences worldwide. The Pogues' subsequent albums, including "Rum Sodomy & the Lash" (1985), "Poguetry" (1986), and "If I Should Fall from Grace with God" (1988), further cemented their reputation as one of the most innovative and influential bands of the era. MacGowan's songwriting, characterized by its blend of humor, pathos, and social commentary, struck a chord with fans across generations. Substance Abuse and Legal Troubles MacGowan's life has been marked by a long and tumultuous struggle with substance abuse, particularly alcoholism. His struggles have had a significant impact on his personal life and career, leading to periods of instability and creative output. Despite these challenges, MacGowan has continued to produce music and write throughout his career, releasing solo albums and collaborating with various artists. He has also written several books, including "A Drink with Shane MacGowan" (2001) and "The Pogues: Saints and Sinners" (2009). Legacy and Influence Shane MacGowan's legacy extends far beyond his musical contributions. He is a true original, a rebellious spirit who has challenged conventions and pushed the boundaries of music. His songwriting, infused with wit, emotion, and social consciousness, has inspired countless artists and continues to resonate with fans worldwide. MacGowan's influence on Celtic punk and the broader music scene is undeniable. His innovation and disregard for genre boundaries have paved the way for countless artists to explore the fusion of traditional and contemporary musical styles. Conclusion Shane MacGowan's life is a testament to the enduring power of music and the resilience of the human spirit. Despite his personal struggles, he has left an indelible mark on the music world, inspiring generations with his unique blend of creativity, rebellion, and artistic expression. Thanks for listening to Quiet Please. Remember to like and Share wherever you get your podcasts.

  • In this podcast you will learn:
    - Tips You Need To Know Before Purchase
    - How to choose the right eyelash extensions?
    - Do individual eyelash extensions ruin my natural lashes?

  • Tricia and Johnathan are two hungry college students who just want to eat lunch. They want good food, but also food that’s good for them. Join them on their journey to find fast food that’s friendly to their health as well as tasty to their taste buds.

    **Please know that neither of us is a nutrition or health specialist. This podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and if you happen to get a few good food suggestion, then our day is made.

    Music: Buddy from www.bensound.com

  • The Cooking Without Looking TV Show and Podcast features People who are Blind/Visually Impaired preparing their favorite dishes, along with cooking tips and tricks.

  • Welcome to Doomslayers, the podcast where Annie Queeries, Donna Fella and Laylah Beattie ponder and pontificate on the horrors of being a homosapien and what can feel like the conclusion of our earthly presence! 

    Together we are three loose women (?!), here to guide you through the doom and gloom of our dystopian present with an asinine antidote of appalling advice, so you may slay away the modern malaise!


    Hosted By:

    Laylah Beattie

    Donna Fella

    Annie Queeries


    Produced By:

    Niall Duggan


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  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which takes place along the Mississippi River sometime in the 1830s or 1840s, begins with two brief statements to the reader that appear before Chapter 1; both of these display Twain's trademark sense of humor. In the first, under the heading “Notice,” Twain warns readers against attempting to find any sort of deep meaning in the book. He lists different punishments for readers who seek motive, moral, or plot within the narrative. The second, called “Explanatory,” assures readers that the dialects used by different characters in the book are based on real regional dialects, and have been researched thoroughly. As Twain notes, “I make this explanation for the reason that without it many readers would suppose that all these characters were trying to talk alike and not succeeding.”

  • On โ€˜The Bookshelf with Ryan Tubridyโ€™, the renowned broadcaster, author and book lover sits down with household names to discover the books that have influenced their lives.

    Every week, Ryan will turn the pages of their life through the prism of three books: The childhood book, the book that made them cry, and the book that changed their life.

    โ€˜The Bookshelf with Ryan Tubridyโ€™ is brought to you by Eason โ€“ Irelandโ€™s favourite bookseller.


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  • 3 women break down the nitty gritty of life, smutty books and everything in between.

    Now bend over and take it.

  • Book Talk is a brand new podcast brought to you by The Knowledge. Each week, Editor-in-chief, Jon Connell will be joined by world-renowned authors to talk about their work and the works of others that resonate most with them.


    The Knowledge is a free daily newsletter by Jon Connell, founder of The Week. It takes just five minutes to read and cuts through the noise to bring you the news you really need to know from around the world. You can sign up for free at https://www.theknowledge.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=booktalk


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