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Episode 82 – Arlo Guthrie

Derek and Kieran are joined by folk music legend Arlo Guthrie. A strong advocate for social justice through songs of protest Arlo would follow in the footsteps of his father, the great Woody Guthrie. We talk about growing up surrounded by music and how his illegal dumping of household rubbish would turn out to be…

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Episode 81 – George Christopher

Kieran and Derek are joined by actor George Christopher. Playing Ziggy Greaves in the classic BBC show, Grange Hill, would catapult a young George into the conscious of millions of teenagers across Great Britain and Ireland. The hit show was known for its gritty and realistic storylines. Join us as George discusses his role in…

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Episode 80 – Paul Young

Derek and Kieran are joined for the 80th episode by an 80’s icon, Paul Young. The legendary English singer, songwriter and musician regaled us with stories from his glittering career. Enjoy our stroll through all the hits and the stories behind them. We also discuss the many live shows Paul preformed including Live Aid and…

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Episode 79 – Jason Falkner

Derek and Kieran are joined by American songwriter, musician, and guitarist Jason Falkner. A classically trained musician who was a member of the bands Jellyfish, The Three O’Clock and The Grays. Falkner has also released six solo albums to critical acclaim. As an in demand session musician and producer he has contributed to a host…

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Episode 78 – Matthew Devereux

Kieran and Derek are joined by Matthew Devereux. The Pale are a Dublin band who formed in 1990. Busking on Grafton Street would allow the band develop their sound while building a reputation as one of the Ireland’s best live bands. The Pale are touring the 30th anniversary of ‘Here’s One I Made Earlier’ and…

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Episode 77 – Graeme Clark

Kieran and Derek are joined by Wet Wet Wet founding member Graeme Clark. Graeme penned classics such as Goodnight Girl, Angel Eyes and Wishing I Was Lucky. Forming in Clydebank, Scotland in the early 80’s, Wet Wet Wet were propelled into the limelight from humble roots rehearsing in each others houses as teenage friends to…

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Episode 76 – Phelim Drew

Derek and Kieran are joined by Dublin actor and musician Phelim Drew. We discuss his career in film, tv, the theatre and of course music. Phelim is touring his new show, The Drew House Band Remembering Ronnie, which features songs and stories about his Father, the late great Ronnie Drew. It’s a must see for…

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Episode 75 – Enter The Dragon

Kieran and Derek are discussing the 1970’s classic Enter The Dragon. Bruce Lee sadly never got to see the finished movie but it set a high bar for martial arts films and is still regarded as the ultimate Kung Fu movie. So with a deep bow to Mark for his black belt level editing skills…

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Episode 74 – Evie Sands

Kieran and Derek are joined by the legendary singer, songwriter and musician, Evie Sands. A career that spans over 50 years we discuss the early years as a teenage singer, the classic performances, albums, Northern Soul and “Get Out Of Your Own Way” Evie’s latest release. Let Christy Take It bring you Evie Sands. Thanks…

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Episode 73 – Ewen MacIntosh

Derek and Kieran are joined on this weeks episode by actor Ewen MacIntosh. Ewen is best known for his role as Keith Bishop in The Office. We discuss the process of getting cast in the part, the behind the scenes story of the TV classic and would Ewen have taken a role in the US…

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