This is an episode of two halves – the first half takes the form of an interview with Mr Beard asking Me C about his new band ‘New Ceremony’ and his musical career, and the second half is more a general chat about music. Mr C provides the inside scoop on the creative process and what goes into recording a new album, while Mr Beard provides some anecdotes from his musical background.
In this episode, we take a whistle stop tour of literature in all its forms. Starting at the beginning, we discuss the famous Library of Alexandria and the invention of the Gutenberg Printing Press, then go on to highlight many of our favourite book series and authors including Viktor Schauberger, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Dan Brown, JK Rowling, George RR Martin, Brian Friel and Road Dahl.
In this episode we look at exploration and folklore from the point of view of Ireland and a select group of Irish men and women that epitomize what we consider an explorer. We highlight some historic figures like Tom Crean Antarctic explorer, Anne Bonny an Irish lady pirate, Colin O’ Brady athlete and climber and also a demigod figure from Irish mythology Cu Chulainn.
Time has always been a funny topic of discussion, and for so many the obsession of their lives like Albert Einstein and the great astronomers and ocean explorers of the modern ages. Probably one of the most abstract notions when questioned, What is time? In this episode we tackle some of the ways in which ‘time’ has been described and measured over the centuries.
All across the world and all through time, food is the glue that holds cultures together. Even down to the family unit, everyone sitting around the table and sharing a meal, food can bridge the generational divide and open up lines of communication in ways little else can.
Crafting and the craft. What is it and why are we so good at crafting – creating and building things with our hands. We discuss our favourite examples of crafted art – from Beatles albums to building your own guitar to the magic of live performances.
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