Liz Nolan's Classic Drive
Culture File: C60 & C90s Still Recording!04/28/15
C60 and C90 lover Phillip Marshall, on the enduring attractions of wow and flutter for his cassette-only record label, the Tapeworm.
Culture File Weekly No 15
The Culture File Weekly this time goes to Castledermot in search of the sound of wood, turning on the lathe of Emmet Kane, to Camden Town with the vaguest of hopes of finding an alternative to end-stage capitalism, with comedian, Liam Williams and to...
Culture File: The Dodeca Cycle
Ed Devane takes us for a ride on the Dodeca Cycle, a 12-player instrument cum time machine asking fundamental questions about making music.
Culture File: The Liberating Scent of the '70s
"Liberating and patronising at the same time" says Odette Toilette of 70s superscent, Charlie, in the latest stage on our journey through perfume.
Culture File: Comedian, Liam Williams
Comedian, Liam Williams, on his show Capitalism and the almost equally powerful attractions of revolution and apathy. --
Culture File: Woodturner, Emmet Kane (P2)
Woodturner Emmet Kane find inspiration in the ancient stones of a churchyard in Castledermot. (Part 2 of 2)
Culture File - Emmet Kane Wood Turner
Emmet Kane, helps us capture the sound of holm oak on the lathe, and other treasures of the woodturners craft.
Culture File Weekly No. 14
This week printmaking, turntablism and the not-so-secret ingredient of some of the worlds most "effective" perfumes, as we visit the studio of artist, Daniel Lipstein, put the needle 'pon the record with DJ Yoda and take our latest sniff of the scents...
Culture File: Michael Harding on The Field
Actor, playwright and columnist, Michael Harding's rulings on lattes, water rights, bus routes and The Field.
Starlings in West Cork
Starlings in West Cork farmyard with cars passing.
Culture File: Newspapers in a Virtual Age
Brand whisperer, Eoghan Nolan, on how newspaper brands are dealing with a new world in the latest in our series, What We Talk About When We Talk About Brands.
Culture File - DJ Yoda
A career in cut 'n' paste, with the guru of British turntablism, DJ Yoda.
Culture File: Daniel Lipstein, printmaker
Printmaker, Daniel Lipstein on his family history, as well as Rembrandt, Degas and the arts of aquatint and bite.
Culture File: Daniel Lipstein, Artist
A bathtub, some acorns, a printing press and a theory of everything: the special world of artist, Daniel Lipstein.
Culture File Weekly No. 13
This week we divide our time between discovering what vocalist, Jennifer Walshe does when it comes to singing emojis in Brian Irvine's 13 Vices, and hearing some very familiar words on love, loss and what’s left behind, with Tess Gallagher, poet, muse...
Culture File: The Scents of the Twentieth Century Contd.
Like a waft of hyacinth from the municipal flower display, Odette Toilette, returns to continue her journey into the scents of the twentieth century.
Culture File - Hank Shocklee
Most Of My Heroes Don't Appear On No Podcasts: Luke McManus meets his teenage hero, hiphop grandmaster, Public Enemy's Hank Shocklee
Culture File - 13 Vices
How should a soprano sing a crying-face emoji? Brian Irvine & Jennifer Walsh's on their classical-jazz-improv chamber opera, 13 Vices
Culture File Weekly No 12
This week: we are spend time with banjo hero, Rhiannon Giddens, who been researching some of the lost histories of Black musician in the united states; have a cup of tea in Pearse Street fire station to hear about the degrees of gusto with which fires...
The Great American Feminist Songbook
Rhiannon Giddens on uncovering a feminist version of the "Great American Songbook".
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