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  1. Google Play presents: Iain M. Banks, Alastair Reynolds, and Peter F. Hamilton

    Bestselling British science fiction authors Iain M. Banks, Alastair Reynolds and Peter F. Hamilton have came together for a unique Science Fiction Hangout on Air with Google Play and a bunch of fans on Thursday, September 27th. They discussed their latest books, their work, their writing processes and science fiction in general.

    Don’t forget to check out their books on Google Play:

    Peter F.Hamilton: http://goo.gl/42YHI Iain M. Banks: http://goo.gl/xHp18 Alastair Reynolds: http://goo.gl/6NI54

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  2. KPC 2021 05 16 Podcast

    Our 394th episode, which aired on May 16, 2021, and featured Celtic music played on the mandolin.

    John McGann – Shetland Jumper/Message From Home/Wise Up Grumpy, Upslide Richard Thompson – Jig/Merry Blacksmith, Alone With His Guitar Interview with Marla Fibish Mick Moloney – The West Limerick Medley, Mick Moloney with Eugene O’Donnell Sweeney’s Men – Old Maid in the Garrett, The Legend of Sweeney’s Men Frigg – Terhen, FriggXX Marla Fibish – The High Caul Cap/Ray’s Classic/The Continental, The Bright Hollow Fog John Doyle – Naoise Nolan’s/An Slabhra Noinini, The Path of Stones The Irish Descendants – A Thousand Tall Ships/The Scholar/Miss McCloud’s Reel, Look to the Sea Tim O’Brien – The Lancer’s Jib/Gusty’s Frolics, Two Journeys Gerald Trimble – The Pumpherston/Open the Door to Three/The Judge’s Dilemma, First Flight Shooglenifty – The Pipe Tunes, Venus in Tweeds Marla Fibish – The Bright Hollow Fog, The Bright Hollow Fog

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  3. GGG#464: The Left Hand of Darkness Review | Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Writer Interviews, Movie Reviews, Fantasy/Horror/Sci-Fi Books and Writing

    Sara Lynn Michener, Rajan Khanna, and Lisa Yaszek join us to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s classic 1969 novel The Left Hand of Darkness.

    https://geeksguideshow.com/2021/04/24/ggg464-the-left-hand-of-darkness-review/

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  4. GGG#460: The Dispossessed Review | Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Writer Interviews, Movie Reviews, Fantasy/Horror/Sci-Fi Books and Writing

    Anthony Ha, Matthew Kressel, and Lisa Yaszek join us to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s classic 1974 novel The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia.

    https://geeksguideshow.com/2021/03/26/ggg460-the-dispossessed-review/

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  5. “JUST A BANJO PLAYER”: Rhiannon Giddens - Ireland’s Edge | Acast

    Once referred to as a ‘performing historian’ Rhiannon Giddens is a musician from Greensboro, North Carolina whose career has ranged from folk to country, blues to gospel, opera to R&B. Her old-time string band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops have received 6 Grammy nominations, winning in 2010 for their album Genuine Negro Jig.

    In 2017 Rhiannon received a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant for ‘reclaiming African American contributions to folk and country music and bringing to light new connections between music from the past and the present’.

    At Ireland’s Edge, she speaks to music journalist Jim Carroll about race, influence and appropriation of African-American music, and cross-cultural collaboration all through the story of the banjo in the United States.

    https://shows.acast.com/irelands-edge/episodes/just-a-banjo-player-rhiannon-giddens

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  6. 32 WORDS FOR FIELD: Manchán Magan - Ireland’s Edge | Acast

    Writer and broadcaster Manchán Magan encountered the remarkable richness of the Irish language as a young child, and his grandmother Sighle was determined that he would learn to speak it in the place where it was the common language of daily life. This was Muiríoch in the west Kerry Gaeltacht, where Manchán spent his childhood holidays in his grandmother’s house. The Irish he learned there dates back to a time when the multiplicity of words for objects, actions, ideas and feelings reflected a way of life with a profound appreciation for the natural world.

    In Dingle Manchán spoke with Ireland’s Edge founder Nuala O’Connor about his new book, 32 Words for Field: Lost Words of the Irish Landscape.

    https://shows.acast.com/irelands-edge/episodes/32-words-for-field-manchan-mcgann

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