Patrick Osborne: Telling Tales From London to Dublin, to Birmingham and Back

Poet, playwright, novelist, horticulturalist, referee and self-proclaimed spoofer, Patrick Osborne talks family, 70s telly in Dublin, local football teams and the best of British and Irish cultures. All the while managing to slip an occasional reference to his debut novel “Baxter’s Boys” – a mix of The Snapper, Fever Pitch and Shameless – into the conversation.

Plus Fr Bernárd Lynch raises President Michael D. Higgins onto The Plastic Pedestal.

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Doug Devaney is a writer, performer and journalist. He is the presenter of The Plastic Podcasts. The Plastic Podcasts have been supported using public funding by Arts Council, England

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