It's our 100th episode so we're having a bit of party. Dublin rappers Versatile - Casper Walsh and Eskimo Supreme - join us for their first ever in-depth interview.
They tell their story for the first time, from breaking new ground in Irish music with the incredible heights of their 3 Arena show, to dark days when they faced calls for their cancellation amid allegations of racism and misogyny.
And of course we couldn't have our 100th episode without the legend that is Willa White. He drops in and adds to the chaos the way only he can.
Charles Self, an RTE set designer, was brutally murdered in his own home on an icy night in January 1982. 40 years later the case remains clouded in mystery. The investigation that followed saw 1500 gay men interviewed around Dublin, with many feeling the gardai used the investigation as cover to carry out a witch hunt against the gay community, at a time when homosexual acts were outlawed in Ireland. The murder happened in a very different Ireland to today's society - gay people were hunted by vicious gangs and got little protection from the police or courts, who more than once allowed killers to walk free because their victims were gay. We're joined by Frank Greaney, who has investigated the Charles Self case in his new podcast 'Inside the Crime', and Bill Foley, a gay rights activist who tells us about the hate and danger the LGBT community faced in the Ireland of the 1980s.
1 hour 2 mins
1 December Finished
Maverick Sabre is one of the most talented and successful Irish artists of recent years and he joins the lads to talk about his rise in the music industry, struggling with identity between his Irish and English roots, and how sage advice and making the right moves at the right times helped him avoid potential pitfalls on the road to fame.
1 hour 42 mins
17 November Finished
This week the lads answer your questions. Everything from how to set up your own podcast; the one musical artist they could listen to forever, and what would be your death row meal?
1 hour 4 mins
10 November Finished
Neil Delamare is one of Ireland's best known and most successful stand up comedians and he joined us for what turned out to be a hilarious, interesting chat that covered everything from Ireland's greatest moments, to mysteries around the pyramids, Terence's obsession with JFK, and a very tricky zinger about time travel.
1 hour 24 mins
3 November Finished
Missed the lads at EP?? No bother as in this episode we hear Talking Bollox live from Electric Picnic. Listen as the lads talk all about being backstage, the artists, the energy and a special guest makes an appearance too.
20 October Finished