Liz Nolan's Classic Drive
Culture File - Sampling Sounds and Textiles03/23/15
Finding (and even weaving together) the common threads of sound art and the Ulster linen industry, with David Littler.
Culture File Weekly No. 10
This week, a special from FutureFest2015, London, a futurology fair at which Edward Snowden dropped in electronically, George Clinton appeared in a coat covered in golden flames to talk about adding funk to democracy, there was a neurological...
Culture File - George Clinton on Copyright
At FutureFest2015, funk godfather and Parliament-Funkadelic leader, George Clinton, sets down to talk about the future of copyright
Culture File: A Fairground Ride Called Neurosis
A fairground ride that reads your mind? Prof Brendan Walker on Neurosis, his ride/art project at FutureFest2015.
Culture File: FutureFest 2015, Music in the Future
At FutureFest2015, we are imagining "the Next Millennium of Human Music-Making" with author, Adam Harper.
Culture File: FutureFest 2015, the blockchain.
Culture File goes to FutureFest2015: this time we meet Harvard Law School’s expert in crypto- technology that is "the blockchain", Primavera de Filippi.
Culture File - Odette Toilette in the 1960s
Culture File - Signs and Brands
Brand whisperer, Eoghan Nolan joins Luke Clancy to decode "Signs" a new US ad from McDonald’s.
Culture File Weekly No. 9
For edition No. 9, philosopher-turned-fashion designer, Roman Milisic, dreams a dream of Fashion Weeks yet to come, the Ulster Hall fills and empties its capacious lungs, as does Phelim Drew, as he gives us a taste of Orwellian song, while Sara Baume...
Culture File: "Down and out..." with Phelim Drew
"Down and Out in Paris and London" is up and in Dublin in a one man show from Phelim Drew.
Culture File: New York Fashion Week
Manhattan-based philosopher turned designer, Roman Milisich, dreams a dream of fashion yet to come.
Culture File: Odette Toilette & the scence of the 1950s
Odette Toilette fragrance history hits the 1950s, a decade in which the mass market had never been so mass.
Culture File Weekly No. 8
This week we will be coming to terms both with the not-quite ready for primetime technologies that go under the heading "virtual reality" as well as with some well proven ones, namely the vast range of yeasts produced by one of Ireland's wealthiest...
Culture File: Communication by Touch
The importance of touch as a means of understanding, communicating and remembering, with curator, author and academic, Leslie Millar. (But remember the boundaries, John Travolta!)
Culture File: Sarah Baume on her dog, writing and art
Cork writer, Sara Baume on her debut novel and her dog, Winky, as well as on making and writing about art.
Culture File: Biollionaire Brewer, Dr Pearse Lyons
Meet the Irish biochemist/billionaire at the heart of the craft beer revolution, Dr Pearse Lyons.
Culture File - Gift Bearing Crows
Ever get a gift from a crow? 8-year-old Gabi Mann gets them most days from a murder of crows each of which she knows by name.
Culture File: Perfume After WWII
Odette Toilette on the perfume industry's flight, in the shadow of WWII, from the old world, to the new.
Culture File: Vitrual and Augmented Reality Trends
MS Hololens, Magic Leap, Oculus Rift, Google Glass...Prof Aisling Kelliher appraises recent promises and products in the area of Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Culture File: Mexican Conductor, Alondra de la Parra
Do you follow the conductor on Instagram? Mexican conductor, Alondra de la Parra, on the modern maestro.
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