Every Sunday on The HeadStuff Podcast Network Tom Moran chats to a special guest using the medium of random questions as chosen by bingo balls. It's a fun and insightful glance into the lives of Tom's very interesting guests.
The Final Episode of Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
The time has come for this chapter of Personality Bingo to close. In this episode, I provide a little context as to why now feels like the right time to end the podcast in its current state and move onto a new chapter.
While it's never nice saying goodbye, I hope this episode will give you a completely honest insight into the decision and please know that, should you ever miss your weekly dose of Personality Bingo, there are 139 other episodes to go back to, again and again.
Thanks for all your support over the years and stay in touch on Instagram and Twitter: tmoran93.
Hugh Travers plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Hugh Travers is a Dublin-based screenwriter and playwright. His credits include the recent feature film, Your Mother Should Know, the TV miniseries Trial of the Century as well as Election 18 and Red Rock. His theatre credits include Lambo, Clear the Air and the upcoming play These Stupid Things (Smock Alley 16th to 21st of July).
He is a founder member of the White Label theatre collective and a former participant of Rough Magic SEEDS. His plays have been longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize, the Verity Bargate Award and the Papatango New Writing Prize
John Sharpson plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Children's TV Presenter, Actor, and Youtuber John Sharpson has worked with National Broadcasters RTE, RTEJr. & TG4.
A renowned and engaging presenter and YouTuber he can also be seen on
• 'The TRY Channel'
• and his own child-friendly youtube channel 'Sharuf!'
As an impressionist and voice over actor John can be heard on TG4 cartoons including Spongebob Square Pants, Scooby Doo, and Dot.
His hobbies include Music, GAA, and acting the maggot!
Dan Duffy plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Dan Duffy is a 23-year-old DJ and is currently one of the busiest DJs on the island of Ireland who seems to be involved across a range of different parties. Having featured on lineups in Dublin, Belfast, Ibiza, Amsterdam, New York, Toronto, Vancouver and many more ranging from hip-hop to dance music with some of the biggest artists in the world it seems like the sky is the limit!
Aoife Spratt plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Aoife Spratt is an actor. She has appeared in theatre shows such as “Pulp Injection” “Blackcatfishmusketeer” (Malaprop Theatre) “Recovery” (onetwoonetwoproductions) “Kinsey one through 5” ( RTE Radio )
Tony Doyle plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
A Dublin native, Tony Doyle is a graduate of the Full Time programme in Bow Street. He was the lead alongside Salma Hayek in Jim Sheridans short 11th Hour which just screened at Tribecca Film Festival. This year he also has supporting roles in Rebellion Series 2: Resistance, Micheal Inside directed by Frank Berry and Maria Doyle- Kennedys directorial debut short A Different Kind of Story which will have its premiere at this years Galway Film Fleadh. He has also appeared in John Carneys Sing Street, The Flag alongside Pat Shortt, The Secret Scripture and Red Rock. He will also be appearing in the film adaptation of Dublin Old School, written by Emmet Kirwan and Dave Tynan.
Gem of a podcast
Happened upon this podcast when they had Marina Carr as a guest. Listening to episodes with recognisable guests after that episode, I wound up hooked to the show.
Its premise bridges the gap between the familiar and unpredictable excellently- as you know more or less where you’ll end up, but have no idea of the detours you’ll take getting there.
Many of my favourite episodes have been with people I’d never known of before- the beauty of the bingo machine is the funny and light-hearted or quite profound tones some conversations can take on.
I suppose the greatest compliment I can pay the show is I’ve listened back through every episode, and eagerly await its arrival with the beginning of each week.
(P.S. in listening to this you will learn more about Dublin/Irish theatre than you ever envisioned, haha)
A fantastic concept. Brilliantly excecuted.
A really clever idea and entertaining to listen to.