The podcast where Aoife Barry and Lauren Murphy finally get around to watching, reading and listening to stuff we wanted to get around to watching, reading and listening to.
Our theme song is The Cinema Bell by Land Lovers from their album Confidants - you can buy the album here: https://landloversmusic.bandcamp.com/
All pics taken by Aoife Barry
The Boys, Call My Agent!, Pieces of a Woman, Thin Places, The Vigil
Happy 2021! We're back with an episode CRAMMED full of reviews for tv shows, books, films and albums we think you should check out.
Call My Agent
Pieces of a Woman
Bright Burning Things by Lisa Harding
Redder Days by Sue Rainsford
Thin Places by Kerri Ní Dochartaigh
Home Stretch by Graham Norton
The Queen's Gambit, Small Axe, Solar Bones, Summerwater, Saint Frances, Rebecca
We're back with more tips on what to watch, read and listen to in November and December...
TV: Small Axe, The Queen’s Gambit, The Twelve, Save Me
Film: Rebecca, Saint Frances, On The Rocks
Books: Solar Bones, -Summerwater
Album: Serpentine Prison – Matt Berninger; I Can Go With You - Sam Burton
Emily in Paris, Host, Niamh Regan, Trapped, Where the Crawdads Sing, Doireann Ní Ghríofa
We're back with another monthly episode - if you haven't checked out our episode with Sinéad Gleeson, check out our feed.
This month we discuss...
Emily In Paris
The Marvellous Mrs Maisel
By Patrick Freyne, Niamh Campbell, Delia Owens, Doireann Ni Ghriofa
Niamh Regan's 'Hemet'
Transmissions: The Music Of Beverly Glenn-Copeland
Sinéad Gleeson recommends: CMAT, Rialto, Denise Chaila, Elaine Feeney, The Art Of The Glimpse
We're delighted to have author and editor Sinéad Gleeson on the episode this week. She tells us what she's been getting around to lately, and gives us an insight into her new short story anthology, The Art Of The Glimpse.
Among her picks:
Music: CMAT, Roisin Murphy, Denise Chaila
Books: Strangers by Rebecca Tamas; Recent Irish books by Elaine Feeney and Patrick Freyne; Glitch Feminism by Legacy Russell
TV: Lovecraft Country, The Third Day
Find her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/sineadgleeson. Author photo by Bríd O'Donovan.
Stephen Rennicks (Normal People, Frank) interview - plus Irish film discussion
Stephen Rennicks is the man behind the music on all of Lenny Abrahamson's films - like Garage and Frank, as well as his recent TV work on Normal People. On this week's episode we chat to him about his career, working in film, his directorial ambitions and more.
Plus - Aoife and Lauren chat about the Irish films Frank and Aidan Walsh: Master of the Universe.
And as always, we give out a code for you to watch an Irish film on Volta.ie for FREE.
This is our final episode of our Volta.ie miniseries. Sponsored by Volta.ie but all opinions are ours.
Neil Jordan interview, plus Breakfast on Pluto, Dancing at Lughnasa
The legendary Neil Jordan chats to us about the making of Breakfast on Pluto and his long career in the penultimate episode of our View It On Volta miniseries.
Plus, we discuss Breakfast on Pluto and how it holds up in 2020, and Dancing At Lughnasa, the film version of the Friel play. What's it like to watch it now? And as always, tune in for your code to watch one of these films for FREE on Volta.ie.
Sponsored by Volta.ie but all opinions are ours.