Penelope. Moze M. Jacobs talks to Brendan McCormack about James Joyce, the mind, why men go to war, blooming Molly, Bloomsday Clonakilty, unfaithful and, yes, the end, yes!
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Circe. Moze M. Jacobs talks to Brendan McCormack about James Joyce, fathers & sons, other love, Harry Potter, the mystery of being and why would you read Ulysses?
At sea. Moze M. Jacobs talks to Brendan McCormack about Bloomsday, James Joyce, Sandymount, Irish mythology and more.
Moze Jacobs talks to Brendan McCormack about Bloomsday, James Joyce, Ireland philosophers, sins of the body, the mystery of the universe and more. See @BloomsdayClon for updates.
A discussion with filmmaker/activist Declan O’Mahony about the Lee Valley and endangered nature in Ireland.
Wellness Week Clonakilty runs from 2-6 May 2017. The focus is on positive mental and physical wellbeing . Art classes, film, knitting, music, poetry, singing for everyone. And it’s free! An interview with Adrienne Adams and Theresa Tobin. Struggling with mental health issues? You can call the Samaritans 24/7 on[…]
Moze Jacobs chats to Carl Plover of the punk/poetry outfit WaspsVsHumans about his new book work The Mattress, music, and love just before his gig in DeBarra’s Folk Club on March the 1st as part of the Sitting Room Sessions.
Valentine’s Day is (almost) upon us. A mixed blessing perhaps (except for the shops). Love with ‘the one’ is not always an option … or a bed of roses. Yet it can happen, out of the blue, at any age, whatever the circumstances. Moze talks to David Fitzpatrick and Nicky[…]
David Bickley discusses his work and upcoming show at Clonakilty Community Arts Centre.
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 crucial topic in today’s Ireland – Homelessness is a growing problem. Moze M. Jacobs talks to people who volunteer with Hope for the Homeless in Cork city.
Sally Livingstone experienced a gruesome childhood followed by prison and addiction. A 12-step programme helped her overcome the latter. She found God and founded a drug and rehab centre in the UK. Now she runs a refuge in Gaza and helps where she can irrespective of people’s religion.
Lorelle Shorten is a young West Cork film maker and writer. She talks to Moze Jacobs about Rihanna, directing, pets, dancing in the dark, and the Sims.