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the sour song show 43

By The Ghastly One

Originally posted 2013-08-21 22:00:22.

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the sour song show 43

1. microfilm – johnny and barbara

2. sunshine – elektra boogie

3. husker du – sunshine superman

4. 999 – black sunshine

5. sunshine – crystal

6. microfilm – abc crime

7. microfilm – O.B.E.R.

8. sunshine – the doll and the midnight sushi orgy

9. gun club – carry home

10. microfilm – dept. 1

11. microfilm – the night of j&b

12. sunshine – lucifer’s french kiss

13. peaches – fuck the pain away

14. audio bully’s – we don’t care

15. bauhaus – crowds

16. beastie boys – shambala

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Slight Return 14

By Madigan Slight Return

Originally posted 2013-07-29 21:00:57.

SR 14
Can we ever say anyone is truly wrong? That they are absolutely wrong? On a recent trip to France, I was confused by a vigil we passed, and while trying to work out through my pigeon french whether the vigil was either Pro gay marriage and adoption or Anti, a youngish man approached us to answer our questions. However rather than try to influence or persuade us to his POV, he emphasised that his group had a right to express their views peacefully, without being discriminated against. Are there moral absolutes or is it all one giant grey area?

Sam Harris (Ted Talk) uses the example of a (Christian) father wanting to kill his gay son before he gets a boyfriend, preventing him from sinning, and condemning himself to hell. Equal rights has been on my noodle all the time recently – what level of social injustice is acceptable??? Why should we fight for equal rights where the rights don’t concern us? Because we are part of the oppression if we don’t. That’s it.

Slight Return 14

Placebo – Nancy Boy

Macklemore – Same Love

The Cake Sale (Lisa Hannigan & Gary Lightbody) – Some Surprise

Zach Walls – Speaks about his family

Spooky Tooth – Society’s Child

Scissor Sister – Take your Mama

Jack Black & pals – Prop 8: The Musical

The Christians – Harvest for the World

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good

Datarock – Computer Camp Love

Kodaline – High Hopes

Allman Brothers – Worried down the blues

John Grant – JC Hates Faggots

The Chapel Club – Surfacing

Mama Cass – Make your own Kind of music

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Interview with Shane Brennan, from the Dublin North East Drugs and alcohol task force.

By Near FM – Listen Again
Donie reporting from the Northside Partnership’s Education Fair in Parnell’s GAA Club, where he is joined by Shane Brennan from the Dublin North East Drugs and alcohol task force.

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Lifeline:Lip Sync Craobh Chiarann Gaa Club Parnell Park

By Near FM – Listen Again
Debbie Mc Mahon speaks to Cathy Kelly about a lip sync battle which is taking place inΒ Β  Gaa Craobh Chiarann Gaa Club on the 20th October 2018 in aid of Saint Francis hospice in Raheny & Saint Annes ward in Beaumont hospital.

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Out Of His Bleedjin Shoebox.

By Aoife Davis.
Aoife Davis chats to Ciaran Nugent, Power FM broadcaster, DJ and flyer collector about his experiences with clubbing in Dublin and his ongoing research around club flyers. Providing her with a glimpse into a pivotal moment in Ireland’s recent past told through the medium of flyers, posters, goodie bags and teaser packs.

NearBy Business: 13-09-2018

By Near FM – Listen Again
First up Declan and Dave discuss some of the current business headlines from the local and national papers In the business of this week… Dave caught up with another Dave, David O’Connor the recently appointed CEO at Shelbourne Football Club and they chatted about the business of football. David bell from the HR Department is […]

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John O’ Donovan of The Lions Clubs discusses Farmers & Diabetes

By Near FM – Listen Again
Michael Hennessy talks to John O’Donovan, who is the Lions Clubs Diabetes Awareness Officer about how changing farming practices and a more sedentary lifestyle are putting farmers at a growing risk of diabetes, farmers are second only to Transport Workers in being diagnosed with the disease. John also tell us about the Lions Clubs plan […]

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Senior Citizens Programme-β€œIn My Father & Mother’s Name” Part 13

By Near FM – Listen Again
Paul Murray and Johnny Holmes fill in for Austin today in the ultimate episode of the part 13 seriesΒ β€œIn My Father & Mother’s Name”. In studio reminiscing we have Ann Cullen, Joan Delea, Kathleen Tynan & Kay Hamilton from Holy Trinity Senior Citizen’s Club for Donaghmede/Grange/Belmayne.

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Beyond the Back Page: All Ireland Camoige finals & Tommy Daly of Darndale football club

By Near FM – Listen Again
Patrick Donohoe is joined by Cliona Foley who helped us preview the upcoming All Ireland Camoige finals and Tommy Daly of Darndale football club who told us about their fundraising match against the soap stars and all the work going on with the club.

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Sounds from the attic with Dj Egg – Episode 2

By Dj Egg

Originally posted 2013-06-18 17:00:58.

Sounds from the attic Episode 2

  • Chicago Underground Trio – Protest
  • Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band
  • Black Lipstick – Voodoo economics
  • Greenhornes – There is an end
  • Orenda Fink – Less Invisibles
  • Ulan Bator – Hemisphere
  • Danny cohen – Still Alive
  • Vic Chesnut – Sultan, Almighty
  • Dead Moon – It’s ok
  • Royal Headache – Down the lane
  • Gun Club – Mother of Earth
  • First aid Kit – The lion’s roar
  • State River Widening – Unsung couples

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Jody #20

By Jody

Originally posted 2013-06-10 14:00:07.

Some tunes to add a sparkle to your day

Jody #20

Tracklisting:

  • The Paddingtons – First Comes First
  • Strawberry Whiplash – Picture Perfect
  • Veronica Falls – Right Side of my Brain
  • Silversun Pickups – There’s No Secrets This Year
  • The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Come Saturday
  • Nada Surf – Popular
  • Primal Scream – Silent Spring
  • Mother Mother – O My Heart
  • Allo Darlin – The Polaroid Song
  • Tilly and the Wall – Dust Me Off
  • Teenage Fanclub – Metal Baby
  • Caesars – Strawberry Weed
  • Telekinesis – Coasts of Carolina
  • Husker Du – Green Eyes
  • Hot Panda – Cold Hands Chaped Lips
  • Sambassadeur – Between the Lines
  • The Indelicates – Our Daughters Will Never Be Free
  • The Vaselines – Son of a Gun
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    Interview with Jack Corry. Loughshinny Motorcycle Club

    By Near FM Podcast
    Jack CorryΒ from Loughshinny Motorcycle Club joinsΒ NoelΒ to chat about the upcoming Skerries 100 Motor cycle Road Races.

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    Interview with Robert from β€œSuaimhneas Clubhouse” on The Green Ribbon Campaign to Overcome Stigma in Mental Illness.

    By Near FM Podcast
    Michael Hennessy speaks to Robert from β€œSuaimhneas Clubhouse” about their organisation, and their current Green Ribbon Campaign, which is run throughout the month of May each year. This aims to get people talking openly about mental health problems, by promoting open conversation on mental health, and thereby challenging the stigma of mental health issues. Presenter: […]

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    Near By Business: 19/04/2018

    By Near FM Podcast
    Near FM’s new weekly business show β€œNearBy Business” is presented by Declan Ralph and Dave Daly. We start the show with a look at some business stories from the news this week with a focus on what affects us in North east Dublin. Jack Byron commercial director from Berendsen will be joining us to discuss […]

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    Senior Citizens Programme: Interview with Ann Cullen, Beiti Mhic & Angela Coogan

    By Near FM Podcast
    Ann Cullen, Beiti Mhic & Angela Coogan from Holy Trinity Senior Citizen’s Club, Donaghmede / Grange / Belmayne speal with Austin McCoy all about the Club and their activities and Declan Cahill will join in. Also Declan Cahill speaks with Austin McCoy about stories told during his past by Parents & Grandparents, Part of a […]

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    Near By Business: 15/03/2018

    By Near FM Podcast
    Near FM’s new weekly business show β€œNearBy Business” is presented by Declan Ralph and Dave Daly. We start the show with a look at some business stories from the news this week with a focus on what affects us in North east Dublin. This weekΒ in The Business of……..Dave headed out of doors to visit local […]

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    Fashion Show To Raise Money For Clontarf GAA Club

    By Near FM Podcast
    Grainne Kyne joined Debbie Mc Mahon in the studio to talk about a fashion show which is taking place in the Helix on Feb 23rd 2018 to raise money for Clontarf GAA cLUB.

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    David Bowie Festival

    By Near FM Podcast
    Debbie McMahon speaks to Eugene Connolly who is one of the organisers of "The David Bowie festival" which is taking place in Dublin from 4-10 January 2018. There will be a lots going on from an evening with Woody Woodmansey in the sugar club to art by David Bowie in Gallery x to The Bowie Ball in The sugar club. Find out more on www.dublinbowiefestival.ie.

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    Art As Activism.

    By Rashers Tierney
    Above:Β  A sticker in Dublin highlighting the contemporary HIV epidemic and our centre spread featuring a graphic by Will St Leger. It’s become a bit of rabble tradition to use the middle ofΒ  our little parish newsletter for the disgruntled to showcase a particular artist we admire.Β  When discussing ideas for #rabble14, we were stunned with statistics about HIV today. Hence, bringing Will St Leger in as our centrespreadista with ... Read More

    Lifeline: Interview with Ken Molloy and The One Barbara Delaney

    By Near FM Podcast
    On this edition of Lifeline: Ken Molloy and The One Barbara Delaney speak to Leslie Murphy about the "North Strand Fight Club"

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