Tuesday February 13 marks the 6 annual World Radio Day. A day to celebrate the unique power of radio to touch lives and bring people together.
Here at All Good Tales we are passionate about radio and it’s storytelling abilities. We are currently working with Bobby Kerr’s Newstalk show Down to Business where we tell the stories of our Brand Story Heroes. You can listen back here and you can also read more about our two previous Brand Story Heroes; Dollar Shave Club and Burt’s Bees.
The Moth Radio Hour
Established in 2009, The Moth Radio Hour feature tales and the stories behind the stories.
Episodes celebrate stories of diversity, commonality and human connection. All stories are true, and told without notes and as remembered by the teller. It seeks to present both the established and upcoming performers, artists and writers as well as communities who’s stories often go untold.
Previous episodes have included discussions about love, our hidden selves and the universe of impossible things.
An Irishman Abroad with Jarlath Regan
Jarlath’s An Irishman Abroad is one of the most listened to Irish podcast series.
It was a long form interview series, which is currently on its 229 episode. In each episode Jarlath interviews first and second generation Irish people about their lives and insights into the Irish way of thinking.
Previous guests have included Sonia O’Sullivan, AP McCoy, Caitriona Perry and Brian O’Driscoll.
The Digital Human
The modern technology fuelled world can be difficult to step back from and evaluate, let alone create stories from. This podcast opens discussions about everything from children and the digital world, to the impact of the digital world on food culture.
The podcast’s presenter Aleks Krotoski explores the impact of the web on society. The series explores not just how the internet has changed our lives, a familiar enough trope, but also how much has remained the same behind the dazzling and often daunting facade of new technology.