When talk turns to the health of Ireland’s media, national publications and websites generally sop up much of the attention. But how are local and regional publications faring?
Music at Marrowbone Books: the Oxo Boys
Listen to the Oxo Boys talk about the bands they’ve been in, the legacy of old-time music in the Liberties, and more – and play a few tunes.
Music at Marrowbone Books: Sheesham, Lotus and 'Son
In this month’s podcast, Martin Cook talks to the Canadian trio about life on the road, the instruments they have made, and why they used to dress in sepia.
Music at Marrowbone Books: Alan Woods
In this month’s music podcast, Alan Woods shares his deep knowledge of traditional music, with songs from his County Leitrim, and the tales behind them.
Music at Marrowbone Books: Myles Manley
Ahead of a recent live session, the quizzical singer Myles Manley talks to Martin Cook about his persona, the inspiration for his music videos, and more.
Music at Marrowbone Books: Loah
Listen to musician Loah performing songs from her latest album, and also speaking to Martin Cook about dedicating herself to music, and collaborations, and what the immediate future looks like.
Podcast: Hate Speech, Mental Health, and Social Media
From the publication of hate speech, to the use of social media to draw readers into an addictive diet of endless news consumption, are news organisations hurting their readers?
Music at Marrowbone Books: Danny Diamond
In this first episode of our podcast “Music at Marrowbone Books”, fiddle player Danny Diamond performs at the Dublin bookshop, and chats with Martin Cook in his studio about his music and life.
JC's Supermarket: For a North Dublin Institution, an Uncertain Future
JC’s in Swords recently laid off 20 long-term employees. In this podcast, Lorcan Archer sits down with the boss to ask why, and what the future holds.
Listen to These Spoken-Word Poets from Lingo Festival
Love spoken-word? We spoke to four great performers ahead of this year’s Lingo Festival, for a sample of some of their work. Sit back, listen and enjoy.