Podcast by Dan and Darragh
Darragh is joined by Kelly-Anne and Ross from the amazing podcast 'what we saw from the cheap seats' for an hour of movies, gigs, theatre and entertainment news. Kelly-Anne and Ross give us a review of two great movies in the cinema this week, 'Glass Onion: A Knives out Story' and Ross gets excited about 'Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio'
29 November 2022 Finished
On this week’s show Kelly-Anne and Ross put on their ‘What we saw from the cheap seats’ podcasting hats and give us movie reviews for ‘The Wonder’ & ‘Both Sides of the Blade’. Niamh Dunphy and Faith Martin join us for a couple of gig reviews and have you ever wondered what its like to navigate to gigs in a wheel chair, on your own in a strange place? Faith fills us in. We have a look at some of the entertainment news including some staggering numbers for Taylor Swift as she breaks Ticket Master, Dead to me Season three, Disney’s Enchanted, strictly come dancing and a whole lot more. Oh, and Darragh gets to talk about the Walking Dead finishing up, but not for very long so you’re ok.
22 November 2022 Finished
Monday nights very special Halloween special from 8pm on Dublin South FM 93.9 and on line at www.dublinsouthfm.ie It's all about spooky movies, things that go bump in the night, black plastic bin bags, turnips and the Púca. There is a really, really awful audio quiz that can't be missed, how well do you know your horror movies? So do make a cup of tea, grab a couple of chocolate digestives and join Darragh, Kelly-Anne and Ross, there may even be some suitably spooky music.
27 October 2022 Finished
We get the low down on Kelly-Anne's big day out in Dublin on the Vintage Tea Bus tour while Ross has his own big day out at the London Film Festival. Kelly-Anne and Ross bring us reviews of 'Decision to Leave’ and ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’.
20 October 2022 Finished
Our show from Monday 23rd October 2022 from 8pm on Dublin South FM 93.9fm with Kelly-Anne and Ross Evans from the world famous podcast 'What we saw from the Cheap Seats' with reviews of 'Werewolf by Night' and 'Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon', Niamh Dunphy joins us with a review of George Ezra at the Point and AJR from the Olympia, there's chat and a nod to World Mental Health Day, you're invited.
11 October 2022 Finished