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Latest Episodes

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Delivery of Lines and Iago's Story

In the final part of Shakespeare Rhyme & Reason, we look at how the actor's delivery of lines can affect our experience of Shakespeare's text, using Romeo & Juliet and Othello as examples. Then we look at Iago's story, from the perspective of a few drama students getting ready for an audition.

18 MIN2015 MAR 9
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Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Delivery of Lines and Iago's Story

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Othello as the Outsider

In this episode of Shakespeare Rhyme & Reason, we delve into the character of Othello, look at his strengths and flaws and see how his relationship with Iago drives the plot of the play. We also draw some comparisons between Othello and modern comic book characters, most notably Cyclops from the X-Men and Batman's Harvey Dent.

16 MIN2015 MAR 2
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Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Othello as the Outsider

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Iago in Focus

In this episode we look at one of Shakespeare's most famous villains. Iago from Othello. We explore his motivations, how important he is to the Shakespeare cannon and his influence on other works. Originally Broadcast: 22nd February 2015

17 MIN2015 FEB 23
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Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Iago in Focus

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Is Shakespeare Relevant?

In this episode, we explore if Shakespeare's works are relevant today and draw comparisons between some of Shakespeare's most famous characters and modern day counterparts, such as Frank Underwood, Walter White and Batman. Originally Broadcast: 15th February 2015

16 MIN2015 FEB 16
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Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Is Shakespeare Relevant?

Reboots & Remixes - Movies & TV

In this episode of Reboots & Remixes (the longest in the series!), we look at how Film & TV have changed over the ten years. Up for discussion are the rise (and rise) of comic book movies, franchise pictures, remakes and reboots, special effects, gender roles, cinema attendance, internet streaming, piracy, narrative structures in TV programmes and a little bit about the Irish film & TV industry. This episode was written, edited and produced by Sean Moynihan and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Andrew Holden (Actor & Critic), Dr. Jenny O'Connor (WIT) Stuart Clarke (Hotpress) and plenty of clips. Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

25 MIN2014 JAN 16
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Reboots & Remixes - Movies & TV

Reboots & Remixes - Technology

There have been huge developments in the ways in which we use technology in 2013, compared with 2003 and many of them are up for discussion in this episode of Reboots & Remixes. Smartphones, tablets, social media, YouTube, Skype, gaming - and we're only scratching the surface. This episode was written, edited and produced by Sean Bray and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Eamonn de Leastar (TSSG), Danny O'Dwyer (Gamespot), Dr. Niamh Murphy (WIT) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

23 MIN2014 JAN 16
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Reboots & Remixes - Technology

Reboots & Remixes - Money Matters

In this episode of Reboots & Remixes, we examine factors that have affected the everyday spending habits among young people in Ireland from 2003 - 2013. Transport costs, social spending, food & drink, income levels - and youth unemployment - it's all in there. The one thing we don't discuss is house prices! This episode was written, edited and produced by Sarah Weldon and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Dr. Niamh Murphy (WIT), Dr. Jenny O'Connor (WIT), James Redmond (WIT), Tom Ryan (Phil Grimes' bar), Jim Carroll (The Irish Times) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

20 MIN2014 JAN 16
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Reboots & Remixes - Money Matters

Reboots & Remixes - Music

In this episode, we look at how popular music has changed between 2003 - 2013, from the actual sounds themselves (e.g. is pop music better these days?) to the massive industry shift from being reliant on physical media (e.g. CDs) to the digital distribution methods in use today (e.g. iTunes, Spotify). This episode was written, edited and produced by Ollie Dowling and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Jim Carroll (The Irish Times) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

20 MIN2014 JAN 16
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Reboots & Remixes - Music
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Latest Episodes

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Delivery of Lines and Iago's Story

In the final part of Shakespeare Rhyme & Reason, we look at how the actor's delivery of lines can affect our experience of Shakespeare's text, using Romeo & Juliet and Othello as examples. Then we look at Iago's story, from the perspective of a few drama students getting ready for an audition.

18 MIN2015 MAR 9
Comments
Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Delivery of Lines and Iago's Story

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Othello as the Outsider

In this episode of Shakespeare Rhyme & Reason, we delve into the character of Othello, look at his strengths and flaws and see how his relationship with Iago drives the plot of the play. We also draw some comparisons between Othello and modern comic book characters, most notably Cyclops from the X-Men and Batman's Harvey Dent.

16 MIN2015 MAR 2
Comments
Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Othello as the Outsider

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Iago in Focus

In this episode we look at one of Shakespeare's most famous villains. Iago from Othello. We explore his motivations, how important he is to the Shakespeare cannon and his influence on other works. Originally Broadcast: 22nd February 2015

17 MIN2015 FEB 23
Comments
Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Iago in Focus

Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Is Shakespeare Relevant?

In this episode, we explore if Shakespeare's works are relevant today and draw comparisons between some of Shakespeare's most famous characters and modern day counterparts, such as Frank Underwood, Walter White and Batman. Originally Broadcast: 15th February 2015

16 MIN2015 FEB 16
Comments
Shakespeare: Rhyme & Reason. Is Shakespeare Relevant?

Reboots & Remixes - Movies & TV

In this episode of Reboots & Remixes (the longest in the series!), we look at how Film & TV have changed over the ten years. Up for discussion are the rise (and rise) of comic book movies, franchise pictures, remakes and reboots, special effects, gender roles, cinema attendance, internet streaming, piracy, narrative structures in TV programmes and a little bit about the Irish film & TV industry. This episode was written, edited and produced by Sean Moynihan and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Andrew Holden (Actor & Critic), Dr. Jenny O'Connor (WIT) Stuart Clarke (Hotpress) and plenty of clips. Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

25 MIN2014 JAN 16
Comments
Reboots & Remixes - Movies & TV

Reboots & Remixes - Technology

There have been huge developments in the ways in which we use technology in 2013, compared with 2003 and many of them are up for discussion in this episode of Reboots & Remixes. Smartphones, tablets, social media, YouTube, Skype, gaming - and we're only scratching the surface. This episode was written, edited and produced by Sean Bray and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Eamonn de Leastar (TSSG), Danny O'Dwyer (Gamespot), Dr. Niamh Murphy (WIT) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

23 MIN2014 JAN 16
Comments
Reboots & Remixes - Technology

Reboots & Remixes - Money Matters

In this episode of Reboots & Remixes, we examine factors that have affected the everyday spending habits among young people in Ireland from 2003 - 2013. Transport costs, social spending, food & drink, income levels - and youth unemployment - it's all in there. The one thing we don't discuss is house prices! This episode was written, edited and produced by Sarah Weldon and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Dr. Niamh Murphy (WIT), Dr. Jenny O'Connor (WIT), James Redmond (WIT), Tom Ryan (Phil Grimes' bar), Jim Carroll (The Irish Times) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

20 MIN2014 JAN 16
Comments
Reboots & Remixes - Money Matters

Reboots & Remixes - Music

In this episode, we look at how popular music has changed between 2003 - 2013, from the actual sounds themselves (e.g. is pop music better these days?) to the massive industry shift from being reliant on physical media (e.g. CDs) to the digital distribution methods in use today (e.g. iTunes, Spotify). This episode was written, edited and produced by Ollie Dowling and Rob O'Connor. Features contributions from Jim Carroll (The Irish Times) and Stuart Clarke (Hotpress). Originally Broadcast: January 2014.

20 MIN2014 JAN 16
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Reboots & Remixes - Music
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