Moze talks to Louise Pollock who has two jobs. She takes X-rays in a hospital and practices Reiki in Cork and Clonakilty. Both professions involve working with energy. About hands-on healing, the systems/symbols involved, and working with the life force that is in everyone. On feelings, sense(s) & the logical[…]
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Moze talks to Michael Duerden about his trade and activities. He is a master tradesman/ artist who gives jewellery-making workshops in the Clonakilty Community Arts Centre and elsewhere. They talk about recycling old pieces, the sentimental value of adornments, special tools, and golden sardines in a tin. http://www.jewelleryclasses.org
Moze speaks with Manny Lange, who trained as a sculptor and has been using his skills for theatre, parades and other community-based projects in West Cork. His tall wizard (created with Lorraine King Marshall, Anthea Hirons, Gary Farr and Ben Crowley) features in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Clonakilty and[…]
Moze talks to Kate Bean, a young artist who is turning wedding photography into a fine art, about selfies, photography as a dangerous pursuit, her favourite locations and much more.
This week Moze interviews of Kerr’s Bookshop; a special bookshop, with old-fashioned style and warm, personal service located in the heart of Clonakilty, West Cork. www.kerrsbookshop.ie
Hurley’s Fuel Centre at The Pike, Clonakilty. Moze talks to Michael Hurley about a business that has been in his family for over a century its renewal over time. How come they sell the cheapest fuel for miles around? And what happened to the primary school that Michael Collins attended,[…]
Moze talks repairs, flooded laptops, pre-loved phones and other devices, pricing, living in Ireland, carp and turkey, flooded cities, and technical diving with owner Greg Jagielski. More info about life under water on www.swt.ie which he runs with Matt Jevon. Not to mention Computronic sponsors the Clonakilty Community Arts centre by hosting[…]
There is no business like … Paul’s Second Hand Furniture & Auld Shite: Moze talks to owner Paul Nolan about selling retro, collectibles and potential antiques; living ‘life’, Nefertiti’s head, window shopping and his bargain treasure trove on McCurtain Hill in Clonakilty.
Moze Talks To: A package deal! Moze talks art with Alissa Kleist and Jennifer Mehigan in the run-up to the opening of Scissors Cut Paper Wrap Stone, the first exhibition of 2017 at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen, on Friday 13th, 7 PM. Plus a conversation with Olive Mehigan,[…]
A bank account review provided Moze M. Jacobs with some useful tips to make life cheaper so she asked the branch manager to do a radio interview. Geraldine Galvin of Bank Of Ireland, Clonakilty, talks interest rates, savings, and mortgages.
Ten years ago Frenchman Gildas Laplaud left the fishing industry and opened the Happy Go Lucky toy shop on Clonakilty’s main street. The ocean’s loss was the children of Clon’s gain. Gildas chats about sold-out Christmas toys, competing with online merchants, board games, Irish jigsaws, Lego, Playmobil and stocking fillers.
Moze talks to Con McLoughlin about the ‘healthy food’ shop in Clonakilty, responsible eating (“if you eat meat you’ve got to be prepared to kill it”), nutritious proteins, eating a hare and how childhood experiences in the West of Ireland informed his food philosophy. Leonard Cohen is his musical choice.
There’s No Business Like … saving animals from a gruesome fate. The West Cork Animal Welfare Group in Ownahincha has helped neglected and abused animals since 1999 and it is still going strong largely thanks to volunteers and fundraising efforts. Pub Quiz in Mickey Finns, Clonakilty on 1 December. http://www.westcorkanimals.com/[…]
Donogh O’Loghlin views his business in an environmental light whenever he can. He is also part of the Kilkern Lake Initiative that aims to clean up the polluted lake (near Long Strand). Search ‘Kilkern Lake Initiative‘ group on Facebook to give them your support after you listen to Donogh’s story.
It’s all in the family! Moze interviews Dan and Barry O’Mahony about black belts, self-defense, confidence, keeping Ninja’s on the right track, and fitter minds in fitter bodies.
Moze talks to pilot/author Francisco Rebollo about his day job as a captain and how he mixed fact & fiction into a fantastic Science Fiction novel, Orb, set in a parallel universe. We’ll also hear some music from him! http://www.franciscorebolloauthor.com/
Moze talks to Kevin O’Donovan of Scannell’ s Bar in Clonakilty (and formerly of Dunmore House Hotel) about pulling pints, good lunches, old-school hospitality, Strictly Clon Dancing, and Lou Reed. (Picture Kevin O’Donovan – Shay Hunston)
Londis in Clonakilty grew out of Noel Walsh’s and Betty Brosnan’s before that. Moze talks to Eamonn Walsh and his mother Breda about three generations of hard-working shopkeepers and a love of food and people. (Pictures Breda and Eamonn Walsh – Shay Hunston)
Moze talks to proprietor Mark Holland of Clon’s only music shop, Hunky Dory, about guitars, playing the bodhrán in the kitchen, all sorts of music and Clonakilty as the guitar capital of the Western world. Plus playlist.
Growing food is one of the oldest businesses … Moze talks to Olive Walsh about the Clonakilty Community Garden on the grounds of the Clonakilty Lodge Direct Provision Centre.