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Hey millennials at heart. Welcome to Shufflin' On, where we'll find out how, one song at a time, each of 700+ songs made it onto my current playlist. Ancient to modern, ultra-conventional to avant-garde, hipster angst to retro cheesy goodness, there's a special place for it on rob's ipod. https://twitter.com/lmista13?lang=en Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shufflinon/support
 
The Borris House Festival of Writing & Ideas 2020 - the eighth edition - promises a weekend of stimulating dialogue and discourse, gathering together intriguing international minds from all over the world and inviting them to Borris Village for a few days. Prize-winning novelists, poet laureates, genre-changing musicians, mind-expanding academics, journalists from far reaches of the globe, but also artists, film-makers, political commentators, musicians, architects - and regular people who h ...
 
MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
 
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Sonali Deraniyagala - whose book Wave tells of experiencing her family being carried away to their deaths by the 2004 Tsunami which she survived - and Mary Cregan, whose graceful memoir The Scar chronicles a descent into depression - talk to neuroscientist Shane O'Mara about finding the resolve to live with personal trauma.…
 
This week, four award-winning war correspondents - Christina Lamb (I Am Malala and chief foreign correspondent for The Sunday Times), Lara Marlowe (The Things I Have Seen and correspondent with The Irish Times) and Lindsey Hilsum (In Extremis: The Life and Death of the War Correspondent Marie Colvin and International Editor for Channel 4) and Ben A…
 
Writer and activist Sinead Burke discuss the importance of how our individual rights should inform fashion design, and how plenty of other life choices also need a rethink, with Sinead Gleeson Listen to the free podcast here: https://festivalofwritingandideas.com/podcasts/By The Festival of Writing and Ideas
 
Booker Prize winner Julian Barnes and Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Muldoon chew the cud on the 'the good things in life'. It was Sunday Morning, June 2019, and it felt like the right time to discuss how to avoid poisoning one's friends in the kitchen, the reverential love of music by writers, rare herbs that grow in people's hedges, and so on. Listen…
 
DALRYMPLE'S INDIA: William Dalrymple has been for some years the most eloquent chronicler of Indian history. This talk draws from his recent book The Anarchy: The Fall of the Mughal Empire and the Rise of the East India Company, a gripping parable of gore and deceit, of unimaginable opulence and intolerable starvation, a cautionary tale of the rise…
 
In one of the most exceptional meetings of the 2019, conflict reporter Ed Vulliamy meets Hothouse Flower guitarist and broadcaster Fiachna Ó Braonáin. Vulliamy's book When Words Fail explores the music that he turns to - Hendrix, Shostakovich, Patti Smith, BB King, Dylan, Planxty, among others - when the war zones or places away from home that he h…
 
Historian and prolific commentator Simon Schama and cybersecurity investigative journalist Misha Glenny (also author of McMafia) discuss whether democracy can survive in a world run by algorithms, with Fintan O'Toole. Podcast available here https://festivalofwritingandideas.com/podcasts/By The Festival of Writing and Ideas
 
Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz, author of 176 books and counting, talks James Bond, Daniel Hawthorne and a life dedicated to suspense. Following this interview at Borris House in June 2018, he set his then forthcoming novel Moonflower Murders in this very location Podcast available here: https://festivalofwritingandideas.com/podcasts/…
 
In October 2017, Ibrahim Halawa was released from an Egyptian prison after four years of being incarcerated without any proper trial. He and his sisters had been caught up in a protest in Cairo. Shortly after his release, Senator Ivana Bacik talks to the young Irishman about the turn his life had taken. Podcast available here https://festivalofwrit…
 
Sir Tim Smit - Whose career included a spell as a rock musician of some success before he went on to create The Eden Project and to restore and evolve The Lost Gardens of Heligan - provides inspiration with his optimistic and iconoclastic vision. Disruption makes luck... Podcast available here: https://festivalofwritingandideas.com/podcasts/…
 
Musician Bob Geldof talks to Professor of History Roy Foster about his love of Yeats, and the poets influences on the life of a journeyman, rock star and activist who started out in a seaside suburb of Dublin. Note: bad language comes with the territory. This was the inaugural Annual Doyle Collection Interview, recorded in June 2018.…
 
Recorded at last year’s festival. US investigative journalist Carl Bernstein (of Watergate fame) meets British novelist and essayist Martin Amis. In the hands of Guardian correspondent Ed Vulliamy, they discuss the effectiveness and the role of journalism in the context of the 45th President of the United States.…
 
The hostess is handing the hot towels around and I am BACK to talk about Holiday Inn from Elton John's 1971 Madman Across the Water. And how it sort of became part of my dream of going to meet my person in the early days when we were 6,000 miles apart. LOVE this song. Came out in November 1971. Lyrics by Bernie Taupin, who said 'Back in the seventi…
 
This episode is an experiment. Instead of talking about something that's been on my ipod for years I am reading a letter to my gf about how I came across this awesome cover of the famed Thin Lizzy track, which I never expected I'd hear from Belle & Sebastian and never knew existed before today Recorded in Belfast, in December 2001, and included on …
 
One that I come back to again and again, and like to think everyone who hears 'Something Big' ends up thinking 'they wrote this one just for me.' Bacharach and David wrote the song for Mark Lindsay, who did a beautiful version in 1971. The original made it out in 1973 and that's the one that found its way to my iPod. --- Support this podcast: https…
 
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