Thursday, October 15, 2009

Stephen James Smith on the Radio

This weekend I will have the lovely Stephen James Smith accompanying me for my Sunday Morning Shenanigans on the radioooooo.
He will be familiar to regular readers of this blog as the host with the most of the brilliant Monday night Glór sessions at the international bar. He is a full time poet, filling a crazy schedule of readings and gigs together somehow every week, (you'll find him on balcony tv and all over youtube) and is a gentleman to boot.
He has picked the really great theme of "Mental Health" to base the show around, and I'm looking forward to his excellent poems, some eclectic locally produced tunes, and an interesting discussion.

See ye then then - Sunday morning 11.00 am - as usual you'll find us on the link on the right...

And no - my laptop is still not fixed, I'm still completely laptopless! (I know, it sounds terribly indecent), and there's no sign of any fixing happening, it's still sitting on the kitchen table - I turn it on the odd time, to confirm it hasn't miraculously self cured, but you can all rest assured that I am getting loads and loads of other things done, like ummmm, cleaning the fridge, and ehhh so on. So it's not a complete waste...

6 comments:

Emerging Writer said...

I can't believe it. I slept until 12:41. That's about 12 hours sleep. and missed your show. So sorry. Am humbly off to the archives now to listen to last weeks.

By the way. Have you seen this
http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/1350453395000607
Model prediction of vibration effects on human subject seated on various cushions

Niamh B said...

Ahhh,
disgraceful - luckily I already have the podcast up - thanks to Chartbusters speedy computers, but do listen to last week's too, both well worth a listen.
Must look up that study - sounds interesting!!

Emerging Writer said...

Can't find your archive. Is there a link I'm missing?

Niamh B said...

Tis set up as a new blog - named radio archives on the right there, or you could just go to http://links4thicks.blogspot.com

hope that works ok

Lily Sheehan said...

I couldnt live without my lap top - nice perk of living with my Dad - he has a lap top i can pinch!

Niamh B said...

Yes, am in video shop for second time today, it's quite sad... d'internet - can't stay away...