Adventures from Cork Ireland (a small island in the Atlantic Ocean - off the West Coast of Europe) - Hyperlocal podcasting with host poet Paul O’Mahony - Be warned the language is fluid & melodic + value-laden & political - This is for people who crave detail: often there's drama & opera - stuff about depression & resurrection - dog-walking & fatherhood - poetry & fantasy. You'll find this podcast predictably imaginative - Paul trusts.
Contact Paul at http://showandtellcommunications.net/
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"People Powered" : The book I'm reading before going to the un-conference in Cong
The book is "People Powered - how communities can supercharge your business, brand, and teams" by Jono (Jonathan) Bacon, published by HarperCollins (Leadership) 2019.
The un-conference website is www.congregation.ie
Congregation 2019 starts on Friday 22 November and ends on Sunday 24 November 2019.
Bog-standard tea for breakfast in my Cork kitchen
An unrepresentative Irish man (Paul O'Mahony) talks in an unrepresentative Irish kitchen in the Cork suburb of Glanmire.
The most memorable bit is when he drinks a tea which he calls "Bog-standard". Otherwise - you hear Irish national news on RTE 1
(recorded on 14 November 2019)
How do you do your tax returns? Procrastinating & Celebrating
13 November 2019
in which Paul O'Mahony reveals he's been procrastinating and celebrates a just-in-time (JIT) submission of tax return.
Work is the curse of the drinking classes (Day 8 of #NaPodPoMo)
This episode starts with Paul O'Mahony's mistake. Recorded & shared first on the LIMOR app.
Paul O'Mahony begins with a mistake. Sean O'Casey didn't say or write "Work is the curse of the drinking classes".
It may have been Oscar Wilde? Frank Harris? Irish Barrister? Wilton Lackaye? Margaret Waters? Well-Known Young Clubman? Gustav Traub? Mike Romanoff? Samuel George Blythe? Arthur M. Binstead? Anonymous?
Roger Overall is Paul's great friend and collaborator
Recorded on 8th November 2019
My Audio Life comes from a psychoanalyst - on #NaPodPoMo Day 6
6 November 2019 - Day 6 of NaPodPoMo
Begins with the story of Paul O'Mahony's experience of reading Nini Herman's book "My Kleinian Home".
Moves on to the story of why Paul has made so much audio since 2012.
Why I bought two pineapples - #NaPodPoMo Day 5
Day 5 - 5th November 2019
Recorded in his kitchen while eating pineapple - by Paul O'Mahony.
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Sorry I love Cork and had high hopes but found this hard to listen to. It seems to be just a random guy telling us his disjointed thoughts. Impossible to follow and where are the ideas? The Irish I know are highly articulate and literate so I am super disappointed.