Kunst – Ierland – Nieuwe 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.

  • Dive into the captivating world of ships in media and popular culture with ”I Will Go Down With This Ship,” the podcast where developmental editor Chelsea and plot consultant Heather explore the relationships that make our hearts race. Join us as we discuss the characters we passionately ship, delve into why these pairings work (or sometimes don’t), and uncover the secrets behind their compelling dynamics. As writers ourselves, we’ll share insights on how you can apply these lessons to your own storytelling, whether you’re a budding author or a seasoned pro. Tune in for engaging discussions, expert tips, and a shared love for the ships that sail the seas of our favorite stories. Come join our chaotic crew of crack shippers, and get ready to have some serious fun with us on this journey.

  • Join Award winning Clinic owner and Training Director Jessica Stagg along side Training academy owner and top skin consultant Anna-Louise Kenny on their mission to un ravel the beauty industry. These two will not only bring together their own knowledge to educate listeners but will be interviewing many different walks of life to understand their guests own perception of what 'beauty' means to them. This podcast will provide a range of different podcast episodes from entrepreneurs, Dr's, Nutritionists, various different couches, healers, business owners, trainers, fitness instructors that will be sharing their personal stories and knowledge to educate, motivate, uplift and bring out the best version of you.

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  • Following the successes of theartofpandora.com and our Art of Pandora App in 2024 we are launching a Podcast to cover the world’s most popular Jewellery brand Pandora. Reviewing charms and collection Lina and Katie are our special hosts!

  • We all have a story in us. But how do we get it out there? How To Write A Book is a 12-week podclass that guides you through the writing process: from developing ideas to experimenting with your voice and getting your finished manuscript ready for publication. Packed full of frank, funny and practical insights as well as listener exercises to help your creative juices flow, we offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of books.

    Hosted by bestselling author Sara Collins, powerhouse publisher Sharmaine Lovegrove and superagent Nelle Andrew (with additional reflections from executive producer, Elizabeth Day) this is the podcast for anyone who wants to write a book or simply wants to know how great books get written.

    A Daylight and Sony Music Entertainment production.
    Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts and follow @sonypodcasts
    To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email [email protected]

  • We are so excited to announce our brand new podcast ‘Under The Influencer’ with Lauren Whelan and Miriam Mullins ๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŽ™
    Brought to you by the same team behind the 2 Johnnies Podcast and Dee Reddy from Poddle Audio we will dive into topics ranging from pop culture to current industry trends, giving the listener a source to catch up on all that’s happening in our lives while talking all about the influencer industry. 
    Under the Influencer is available every Thursday on Spotify, Apple and wherever you get your podcasts.

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  • Join us as we take a deep dive into the how the best wedding videographers and filmmakers run their businesses and craft their films.

    Hosted by Roo Stain - www.roo-films.com

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  • Welcome to Reader Tangents!
    I'm Emma Skies and this is a podcast for all things reading related, whether it's reviews, recommendations, author interviews, or community and industry news.

  • British Art Matters is the official podcast of the Berger Prize, awarded annually for excellence in British art history through the generosity of the Berger Collection Educational Trust; it is hosted by Dr Christina Faraday and brought to you by The Walpole Society. 

    Across eight episodes each year, we explore cutting edge scholarship through conversations with shortlisted authors. Join us as we reveal the extraordinary dedication and creativity involved in researching and writing British art history.

    X: @WalpoleSociety

    IG: @british_art_matters


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  • Beckie and Rhianna explore the ins and outs of having a creative career, what it means to live a creative life, how they associate with being neurodivergent, and how to use creativity to manage wellbeing. 

    Join them every week as they share conversation (consistently going down random rabbit holes and oversharing), laugh a LOT, welcome inspirational guests, and discuss important topics with compassion and understanding.  "We believe passionately in being unapologetically you."

    New episodes every Friday.

    Follow Creative Rehab on @creativerehabpod for images, inspiration and updates.










    Producer - [email protected]

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  • This six-part pilot podcast series tells the story of Creative Futures Academy, through its creators and educators. Each episode focuses on a lecturer / practitioner at IADT, UCD and NCAD teaching across a wide range of creative practice – fashion, music, film, media, art and drama. What is their practice? How did they get there? How can they help up and coming creative practitioners? This is about sharing stories and examining creative practice in both the professional and learning environments. Each 25-minute episode explores different professional journeys and teaching practice in creative education. These episodes provide the context for introducing Creative Futures Academy, a space that develops opportunities for those working in the creative and cultural industries to train, network and develop in their creative practice.

  • Introducing "The Cocktail Academy" with your host Damian Cole, a seasoned veteran of the hospitality industry. Join Damian and his expert guests on a spirited journey through the world of cocktails, spirits, and all things booze-related.

    Whether you're a home cocktail enthusiast or aspiring bartender, this podcast is your go-to source for practical tips and insider knowledge, served straight up with no nonsense. From mastering classic cocktail recipes to exploring the latest trends in mixology, "The Cocktail Academy" has everything you need to shake, stir, and sip like a pro. Tune in for candid conversations, industry insights, and plenty of laughs along the way.

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  • This is a podcast dedicated to helping promote art and artist in rural Ireland, with weekly guests chatting about their careers to date and what they have planned further down the road. Hosted by Laois artist, Pat Byrne.

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  • I go through movies and tv shows, I make fun of them, praise them, and rate them on a scale of 1-100

  • Beauty Secrets series takes us through the routines and regiments of well-known and beloved beauty, fashion, and pop culture figures

  • Stevie Nicks, the iconic singer-songwriter and member of Fleetwood Mac, has captivated audiences for over five decades with her enchanting voice, poetic lyrics, and mesmerizing stage presence. This in-depth biography explores her remarkable journey from a young, aspiring artist to a rock and roll legend, highlighting her resilience, passion, and enduring influence on music and popular culture.

  • This autobiography of Andrew Carnegie is a very well written and interesting history of one of the most wealthy men in the United states. He was born in Scotland in 1835 and emigrated to America in 1848. Among his many accomplishments and philanthropic works, he was an author, having written, besides this autobiography, Triumphant Democracy (1886; rev. ed. 1893), The Gospel of Wealth, a collection of essays (1900), The Empire of Business (1902), and Problems of To-day (1908)]. Although this autobiography was written in 1919, it was published posthumously in 1920.

  • Conversations with six authors, sharing works exploring coercive control in domestic, workplace, national, and trans-cultural spheres. A 2024 Arts Council England-funded podcast from writer Abigail Tarttelin and Clear Lines Festival.|| Follow Abigailโ€™s work at abigailtarttelin.substack.com and on Instagram @abigailtarttelin_ || Find out more about Clear Lines Festival: www.clearlines.org.uk


  • Inspired by the classic BBC radio programme broadcast, Desert Island Discs, our new podcast Desert Island Dress follows a similar arrangement and asks guests to choose four items of dress, items which likewise have shaped guests’ lives, that they could not bear to leave behind on the mainland. Items that cannot be replaced.

  • All natter and no notions! Join best selling writer Michelle McDonagh and writer and broadcaster Kate Durrant as they chat books, life and lots more with Irish and international authors.

    Books, Chat, No Notions.

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