Thursday, October 27, 2005

CultureSluts Podcast #7

CultureSluts Podcast #7!

Steve & Jessie are joined by guest Sarah Francis from the LPT podcast.

Podcasting live from Dublin's Market Bar, we discuss LPT as well as Sarah's show on Anna Livia radio. We also talk about video podcasts, and the on-going rivalry with Belfast-based podcast, Letter to America. We're looking forward to Sarah's upcoming video podcast of Dublin's Wickerman, which will be burned this Sunday the 30th of October. Rip-off "direct sales"auctions and upcoming Dublin events are also discussed at length.

We end with music from Dublin's own, The Mighty Stef... Enjoy!

Monday, October 24, 2005

some news and a new look

Same blog... new look. - too girly? what do you think? maybe I'll change to green...

This week Steve and I have been pretty tied up, what with Mipcom in Cannes and the Darklight Symposium in Dublin.

We'll be podcasting the Darklight Symposium which takes place this Friday the 28th, and check out the Darklight Blog which will be an ongoing interactive discussion as the symposium takes place.

Hopefully we'll have a proper CultureSluts podcast this week... it's been a while!

Sunday, October 16, 2005

CultureSluts podcast #6

Here it is - CultureSluts podcast #6 This week Jessie talks to her good friend Michael Garofalo in the StoryCorps recording booth in Grand Central Station in New York City.

Michael talks to us about StoryCorps ( an on-going American oral history project that travels throughout the States.

We end with the song "You Set Me Alight" by Dublin-based band Andalusia.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Culture Sluts Podcast #5.1

We're Back! A new transatlantic podcast for ya - mp3. Sorry about the missing weeks, we did do a cast but the recording was a bit wonky. If we get it fixed we will post it as 5.0.
In this cast - jessie skypes in from New York and updates us on all the goings on. In this show: New York, San Fran, Letter to America Podcast, DJing in NY, The Urges and Bush does white lines! The skype audio in this goes a bit funny in the odd place - so apologies in advance.