Paul Murphy #JobstownNotGuilty Ep.43

Events at the Lidl in Fortunestown Lane, Jobstown, Tallaght gave a green light to the hard right(government TD’s included) to come out and smear an entire working class community over the actions of a few. So we were delighted to be joined in the tortoise shack by Solidarity TD for Dublin South West Paul Murphy, to discuss tackling class warfare, where to next for the Water Charges movement and what a real Left alternative might look like.


Brian Hayes #Leotopia Ep. 37

Opinion poll after opinion poll puts Fine Gael way ahead of the rest of the chasing pack. Leo Varadkar is the most popular leader since Bertie. So do we live in a #Leotopia or are we just falling for the spin. Fine Gael MEP for Dublin, Brian Hayes joins us to discuss whether it’s an Irish success story, or are we buying the Strategic Communications Unit hype.
We also discuss the future of Europe, PESCO and Ireland’s neutrality.

Richard Chambers #Irexit Ep. 31

Nigel Farage came to Ireland and the Red Caps flocked to the nemesis of multiculturalism, and in the audience was journalist, reporter and presenter for Newstalk, Richard Chambers. Having witnessed the congregation we discuss:
The speech John Waters finally got to make.
The Political Venn Diagram of those who attended the meetings.
The Farage Effect.
The real concerns about the Future of the EU.
The Dinnybot, the Martinbot and the Social Media “debate”.
The need for media diversity.
We even get Richard’s picks for the Super Bowl, Go Pats!

Echo Chamber Podcast: Episode 11 #Brexit Pop-up Pod

Brexit and Bad B1thches


Tony and Martin discuss what a difference a week makes. From a Christmas Election to a Brexit Meltdown. They give their opinions on where we are and what is likely to happen next.
Martin, unsurprisingly, sees elections everywhere…
They also cover the Home For All #HomelessnessisNOTnormal Event taking place on December 12th, outside the Dáil. Please come along!

They close out the show by discussing how is a Badder B1tch than Taylor Swift…

Strong language and mature themes. And please excuse Tony’s shoddy editing!