More warts and all ramblings of a Fat Guy fighting for his life by following an unusual health regime that defies convention with no exercise or calorie counting... And it's working!
In a hastily thrown together episode, Ian get's real on Abortion recounting a story from his past when he accompanied a friend on a 'trip to England'
Joining Ian Lawton in the Workshed is Douglas Smith of the Secular Buddhist Association, the Centre of Inquiry and the host of the YouTube Channel; Doug's Secular Dharma.
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The title says it all.
This day last year we lost one of the most important artists of our generation. Thomas Dunning reminisces about the myriad ways Prince enhanced our lives.
Those kind of cars don't pass you every day...
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Two old codgers reminisce about the Dublin indie music scene. Guitar legend Mark Jordan joins host Ian Lawton as they dissect his past as a working guitar player in many of Ireland's best indie rock combo from The Dudley Corporation to Large Mound and more recently from The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock to The Run Ons.
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Just some thoughts on Pride
A shed where work is carried out.
Host Ian Lawton struggles to maintain any semblance of coherence as he stumbles his way through a few select interviews by working them out in the workshed.