Like the falling tree in the woods, if there’s no one around to hear a podcast, does it actually exist?

We’re now running on Spotify and iTunes and a whole bunch of other fine, fine outlets – like Amazon – but if that’s all too much, then our dear friends at Castos have The Plastic Podcasts easily available for your welcoming ears.

Just click the links below.

Transcripts are available for all episodes on request.

Email or go to Contact Page to request a transcript.

And if you want another feast for your eyes, then check out our Blog page, with links, thoughts and sideways rambles galore.

Emma O’Rourke: Painting Memories in Light and Shade (and Knicker Pink)

Declan McSweeney: The Trials of the International Local Journalist

Mick Ord: Adoption, Discovery and The Power of Memory

Ronan MacManus: Bible Code Sundays Among The Irish Of London

Chia Phoenix: Getting To “Gwan” – Celtic and Caribbean Connections

John Wardle, aka Jah Wobble: Putting Some Food On It With A London-Irish Geezer

Josie O’Driscoll: Holocaust, Independence And The Future For Travellers In Herts

John Lee and Martin Nutty – Irish Stew: The Word From New York

Eithne Browne: From Ballina to Brookie and Beyond…

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

Fr BernĂ¡rd Lynch: The “AIDS Priest” from Co Clare Finds Love In London

Brian O’Neill: Dimple Discs and the Music of the Diaspora

Warren Reilly: Design, Discovery and a Duchess

Margaret Urwin: Seeking Justice For The Forgotten

Chelsea McDonagh: Fighting for Traveller Education

Jack Byrne: Writing Away Amnesia

Tony Frisby – Football and Poetry, Past and Present

Chris McDonagh – Traveller, Activist, Father

Jessica Martin – Family, Spitting Image and Drawing Life

Lorraine Maher – Putting Faces on Walls Across the World

Ruth McHugh – The View From Paddy’s Wigwam

Geraldine Judge – A Dub in Liverpool, A Scouser in Ireland

Anthony Ekundayo Lennon – Actor. Director. Genetic Echo

Pauline Nevins: A Mixed-Race Daughter In A White Irish Family

Jo Neary: Cornwall, an Irish Gran and Other People’s Voices

Adrian Lunney: Building Sites, Fiddle Lessons and Being a Republican in Purley

Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for “Dublin’s Twin City”

Mo O’Connell and Mary Tynan: From Ireland to England and Back Again

Laurence Cox: Empire, Sedition and the Forgotten Irish Buddhist Monk Who Faced Down the British in Burma

Nathan Mannion – Migration, Family and Stories at EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum.

Zoe Lyons: Stand-up, Passport Paddies, Just A Minute and Gingsters

Rosemary Adaser: Finding A Voice And Using It To Be Heard For The Mixed-Race Irish

Dame Elizabeth Anionwu: the Heritage of Racism, the Politics of Health

Leeds Irish Centre – Half a Century of the Craic in West Yorkshire

SuAndi: Growing up Nigerian-Irish in Manchester

Cherry Smyth: Bombs, Belfast and Blank Verse

Tony Murray: London Irish, Punk and Lockdown Walks

Niamh Lear: Human Geography, Rugby and Passport Paddies

Jess Moriarty: Grandmothers, Witches, Writing and “God”

Craig Jordan-Baker: Maps of Fantasy Islands, Books of Brick and Mortar

Nick Burbridge: Secrets of Family and State

Paul Moriarty: From County Kilburn to Albert Square

Bridget Whelan: Catholic Newspapers, The Daily Mirror and Italia ’90

Janet Behan: Brendan, Brian, Kathleen and Me

Paddy O’Keeffe: Bernard-Shaw, Unions and Expectations of Irishness

John O’Donoghue: Unwinding The Neck – London, Asylums and Poetry

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