46 episodes

The HeadStuff Podcast is a long form conversational style interview podcast. Alan Bennett from HeadStuff.org hosts the podcasts and chats to interesting people about their lives, creativity, and all sorts of everything. Guests so far include: Jarlath Regan, Josie Long, Annie Atkins, David Rawle, Olaf Tyaransen, Paul Murray, Karl Spain, Stuart Clark, Al Foran, David Moore, Fight Like Apes, Mary Morrissy, Anderson, B. Dolan and Buddy Peace.

The HeadStuff Podcast HeadStuff

    • Arts
    • 4.7, 22 Ratings

The HeadStuff Podcast is a long form conversational style interview podcast. Alan Bennett from HeadStuff.org hosts the podcasts and chats to interesting people about their lives, creativity, and all sorts of everything. Guests so far include: Jarlath Regan, Josie Long, Annie Atkins, David Rawle, Olaf Tyaransen, Paul Murray, Karl Spain, Stuart Clark, Al Foran, David Moore, Fight Like Apes, Mary Morrissy, Anderson, B. Dolan and Buddy Peace.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

aaislingor ,

Brilliant!

Really interesting guests. Very enjoyable. Good stuff all 'round!

Dermot Hurley ,

Constructive criticism - I hope

I enjoy the podcast very much, great guests, I've found lots of interesting new artists and people to watch.
My main problem is that I listen to the podcast while wandering around the city, using public transport, and so on, the odd time even plugging the iPod into my car radio. (I suspect I'm not alone in this). Most cities are noisy places, and it can be very difficult to hear what is being said.
Is there any way of basically turning UP your master volume switchamajig so that I don't miss any of the interesting nuggets of John Connolly's curtain wisdom while my train happens to go through a tunnel?
Nice theme tune and artwork. G'wan Mikey and VideoBlue

RickRossIsNotARapper ,

Fantastic Guests

A brilliant selection of guests ranging across all genres, from science to literature to music and film. The episodes have gone from strength to strength and you can see the increased production value and fluidity of the series as it continues. Highly recommend it to anyone who likes stuff that’s also interesting, because it’s full of interesting stuff. HeadStuff if you will.

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