September 22nd How To Podcast Workshop

Interested in learning how to make your own podcast? Join us on our September 22nd Podcasting 101 for beginners workshop in Windmill Lane Studios: Podcasting 101 - September 22nd Introductory Workshop   This one day workshop is designed for podcast beginners and will take participants from idea to read more …

May 26th Podcasting Workshop

Interested in learning how to make your own podcast? Join us on our May 26th Podcasting 101 for beginners workshop in Windmill Lane Studios: May Podcasting 101 - May 26th Introductory Workshop This one day workshop is designed for podcast beginners and will take participants from idea to online, showing read more …

Upcoming March, April & May Podcasting Workshops

Interested in learning how to make your own podcast? Join us on our March 24th Podcasting 101 - Introductory Workshop or Make Better Podcasts - April 7th Workshop for intermediate podcasters or May 26th Podcasting 101 - Introductory Workshop - all of which take place in Windmill Lane read more …

Make Better Podcasts – New Intermediate Podcast Workshop

Interested in learning how to make your own podcast? Join us on our March 24th Podcasting 101 - Introductory Workshop or Make Better Podcasts - April 7th Workshop for intermediate podcasters workshops in Windmill Lane Studios: Podcasting 101 - March 24th Introductory Workshop This one day workshop is read more …

New Podcast Project – This is Where We Live

    This is Where We Live is an audio podcast and transmedia series exploring what it takes to shape great places to live and how Dublin is facing up to its future. A story of housing and homelessness, of living and waiting, and of challenges and solutions. thisiswherewelive.ie   In the read more …

New Episode of The Family of Things: Episode 15 – Frank Berry

Helen Shaw's guest in this episode of The Family of Things is film-maker Frank Berry whose work tells stories of social realism in often tough suburbs from the documentary film 'Ballymun Lullaby' at the time of the tearing down of the Ballymun Towers to dramas like 'I Used to Live Here', touching on youth read more …