The Blindboy Podcast

The Blindboy Podcast

Hosted by Blindboy, of the Rubberbandits. An eclectic podcast containing short fiction, interviews and comedy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Episodes

October 5, 2022 73 min
Hot take on the Mythological history of water as a conduit for wisdom and information in Ireland

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A Mental health plan for when the weather is cold and the days are short and dark

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Darren McGarvey is an award-winning writer and rapper from Scotland whose work addresses social class, politics, and emotional resilience. His most recent book ¨The Social Distance Between Us" is out now.  

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September 13, 2022 109 min
Dr Sharon Lambert is a researcher in applied psychology. We speak about trauma on an indivual level and a societal level 

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Sprawling hot takes about hash smuggling and the complexity of human emotions 

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August 31, 2022 51 min
Rambling hot take. I explore the connections between paper and public shaming 

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I explore the symbolic death of the Celtic Tiger which culminated in a marsupial being given drugs in a dublin nightclub

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Landlords Medieval Snails and Nightclubs. I answer yere questions about these things 

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August 9, 2022 74 min
I chat with the artist, actor and podcaster Scroobius Pip about music, neurodiversity and the joys of trying and failing 

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Boiling hot take food podcast. How Wu Tang Clan and Margaret Thatcher created the contemporary Ice Cream Cone.

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Art History podcast. A quantum theory reading of a 17th-century holy relic and an artist who canned their own feces

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I speak about addiction and the prison system with The Two Norries. James and Timmy have both been through addiction and prison, they are now working in addiction services, to assist others in recovery. James is a PHD student in Criminology. Together they both host the Two Norries podcast, an honest and compassionate podcast, which is trauma-informed and focussed on harm reduction

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July 13, 2022 72 min
It's been more than six months since the lockdown ended. I explore and discuss feelings of hypervigilance and loss of self identity. Also, the plan and techniques I'm using to heal and strengthen  

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In 1966 the US military lost an unexploded nuclear bomb in a Spanish fishing village, this incident set off a chain of incredibly bizarre decades long covert research into the nature of reality itself, which has now been declassified

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June 29, 2022 59 min
How the policies of Margaret Thatcher shaped how the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was written and animated. A extract a boiling hot take through critique of the franchise

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Dr.Nicola Fox Hamilton is a cyberpsychologist. We chat about what social media is doing to our minds and behavior. Can it make us more hostile? What is the science behind internet trolls? Is social media addictive? And how will VR impact our brains?

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Art has been appropriated for military purposes throughout the 20th century. Camouflage was inspired by Cubism, Abstract art was used as anti-soviet propaganda and In the 1950's the CIA covertly funded literary magazines to service US Imperialism. 

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A relaxing hot take about Swingers Saunas and American Cows who are force-fed Skittles. Also some mental health chats about anxiety and anger

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Art hot takes from a covid fever dream. Western culture historically understands time to be linear, fixed, and unmovable. I explore the ways this impacted European portrait painting and how West African art changed it

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May 24, 2022 64 min
I chat with Louise McSharry who is an experienced radio presenter and broadcaster and now hosts her own podcast. 

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