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  1. The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Episode 57: Aifric Boylan (Fiddle)

    Playing at your first Fleadh, hearing the ocean in the music and searching out the rarest old tunes. Learning from older players, driving to sessions with your dad and a road trip to a Belfast terraced house in search of a fiddle.

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  2. #40 – Titanic – Settling the Score

    This time, Jon and Andy go on and on about James Horner’s score for the 1997 epic disaster romance Titanic. What pop artist did director James Cameron originally want to score the movie? What powerful chord change is a keystone of both the score and the movie’s famous song? And, just how many famous paintings have actually been on the bottom of the ocean this whole time?

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  3. The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Episode 56: Luke Plumb - Part 2 (Mandolin and singing)

    ‘The artist is like a blind caterpillar at the end of a leaf reaching out into the darkness.’

    Staring The Reaper Down. Life in music, Shoogelnifty and Sandy Bell’s in Edinburgh. All night sessions in Borneo, Pretty Peggy-O and teaching Andy Irvine bouzouki parts to an audience including…er…Andy Irvine.

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  4. #38 – The Princess Bride – Settling the Score

    So you want us to talk about Mark Knopfler’s score for the 1987 fairy tale adventure The Princess Bride? As you wish. How is this score sensitive to the twists and turns of the dire straits in which our heroes find themselves? Can a movie have a good score without having good music? And, when Rob Reiner said no one else could have scored the movie, did he mean it? (Anybody want a peanut?) file | Play in new window | Duration: 1:06:13Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify

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  5. The Blarney Pilgrims Episode 55: Luke Plumb - Part 1 (Mandolin, singing)

    The real deal. Part one of two. Incredible playing and great chat: the painters of ancient Egypt and the joy of playing in an orchestra; De Danaan, Planxty and Schubert; Martin Carthy and Nic Jones and the thrum of existential rhythm.

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  6. Omnibus Episode 267: Pulsars, Discovery of (Entry 1008.IS4713)

    In which the discoverer of neutron stars is largely ignored for her achievement, and John wonders about the precise verbiage to summon "Beetlejuice." Certificate #52246.

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  7. The Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast Episode 54: Máirtín Staunton (Flute)

    The northern flute style; working the bar at Matt Molloy’s pub; capturing songs for posterity; on sean-nós singing, music as a release; life in Boston, and the regional sound of Melbourne

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  8. Spinosaurus Makes Waves

    We chat with National Geographic Explorer and paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim about his team’s discovery of the Spinosaurus, the first known swimming dinosaur. The discovery and subsequent modeling showing the effectiveness of the Spinosaurus’s tail under water were detailed in Nature earlier this year.

    The years-long journey to uncover the fossilized remains ventures into Hollywood movie territory at times, and it all begins with a mustached Moroccan man wearing white.

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  9. The Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast Episode 53: Don Meade (Harmonica)

    Irish tunes on the harmonica - seriously awesome. The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Eddie Clark, New York’s Irish music scene in the ’80s; Bill De Blasio’s busted progressive cred and The Catskills Irish Arts Week.

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  10. Episode 2: Irish Traditional Music - At the Crossroads | Acast

    Listen to Episode 2: Irish Traditional Music from At the Crossroads. In episode 2, the focus is again on Irish traditional music and song.

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