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Ep 17: Twerking on the steps with social media superstar James Kavanagh How to be Sound

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This episode's guest, James Kavanagh, is discoverable on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Back when James was Exchequer Street Boy: Broadsheet.ie.    Check out Currabinny, James' food website, here, and buy the book online at Amazon* (or in terrestrial shops if that's your jam).   James's Let's Get Checked video is well worth watching. You can check it out here.    And watch eels eating pizza (if you think you're hard enough).    ***   If you're buying from Amazon, I would really appreciate it if you'd use my affiliate link. It helps support what I do and costs you nothing extra! Same goes for Asos...    AND if you're super generous, support me on Patreon! It's basically a type of crowd-funding site that allows you to put your money where your "likes" are; if you like the content I'm making, please consider giving a small amount ($1) every month to help fund it. (If you donate at the $6.66 per month level, you'll get an extra How to be Sound minisode over on Patreon for your listening pleasure.)   I've also started a How to be Sound book club; we meet every few months, there's tea and coffee, we chat about books and Blindboy and other things that come up and it's fun! It's open to all patrons, at whatever level ($1 and up).   You can follow me on all of my social media handles @rosemarymaccabe and you can even subscribe to my newsletter (my ideas are new and intriguing).   Thank you so much for listening to How to be Sound. Please take some time to rate and/or review on iTunes; it helps other people who might like it to find How to be Sound!   Producer extraordinaire Liam Geraghty's Meet Your Maker is also well worth a listen. His latest project is Petrified, a podcast drama with some very spooky undertones.   *These are affiliate links. If you click through and buy, I'll make a tiny percentage and love you forever xoxo For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This episode's guest, James Kavanagh, is discoverable on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Back when James was Exchequer Street Boy: Broadsheet.ie.    Check out Currabinny, James' food website, here, and buy the book online at Amazon* (or in terrestrial shops if that's your jam).   James's Let's Get Checked video is well worth watching. You can check it out here.    And watch eels eating pizza (if you think you're hard enough).    ***   If you're buying from Amazon, I would really appreciate it if you'd use my affiliate link. It helps support what I do and costs you nothing extra! Same goes for Asos...    AND if you're super generous, support me on Patreon! It's basically a type of crowd-funding site that allows you to put your money where your "likes" are; if you like the content I'm making, please consider giving a small amount ($1) every month to help fund it. (If you donate at the $6.66 per month level, you'll get an extra How to be Sound minisode over on Patreon for your listening pleasure.)   I've also started a How to be Sound book club; we meet every few months, there's tea and coffee, we chat about books and Blindboy and other things that come up and it's fun! It's open to all patrons, at whatever level ($1 and up).   You can follow me on all of my social media handles @rosemarymaccabe and you can even subscribe to my newsletter (my ideas are new and intriguing).   Thank you so much for listening to How to be Sound. Please take some time to rate and/or review on iTunes; it helps other people who might like it to find How to be Sound!   Producer extraordinaire Liam Geraghty's Meet Your Maker is also well worth a listen. His latest project is Petrified, a podcast drama with some very spooky undertones.   *These are affiliate links. If you click through and buy, I'll make a tiny percentage and love you forever xoxo For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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