Here's my top 5 favourite songs of all time and they've been there for a while now! In no particular order here's a playlist I find myself listening to as often as I can. It's my 22 minutes of bliss anytime these songs are playing. Come and Get Your Love by RedboneBeast of burden by … Continue reading My 5 favourite songs 🎶🎧
It's May already this year really is flying by quickly. That's great and things are finally opening up here in Ireland. There's a light at the end of the tunnel, finally! I wanna travel and go abroad, I want to be on the beach again. Feel the sea air blow through my hair, get the … Continue reading May the 4th be with you!
Charles Bukowski is my favourite writer. He took the page grabbed it, spat on it, spilt his drinks on it and poured his heart and soul into his words. Bukowski isn't for everybody but those who do find and read his work there's no going back. There's a clear line in the sand for me … Continue reading Bukowski for beginners
Very recently I just reached 1'000 Likes on my blog it's been a little over a year since I started this whole thing. I didn't really have any knowledge or goal in mind when I started but this milestone feels great! Thank you for your support anybody that has read, followed, liked and commented. It's … Continue reading 🎊 1’000 Likes 🎉
Frazey Ford is an incredibly talented and unique voice in music today. She's a Canadian singer - songwriter that's been making music for years. The stand out quality to her is her beautiful voice, only to be matched by her songwriting abilities. What I enjoy most from listening to Ford is the way she transcends … Continue reading The haunting beauty of Frazey Ford
Jack Keeshan is an incredibly talented and hard working singer from Roscrea, County Tipperary. Jack has been releasing music for years and he can be found on Spotify, YouTube & Instagram. Jack's latest project is a piece called Internal Dialogue where he has his say on this album through song and spoken poetry. Jack doesn't … Continue reading Jack Keeshan – Internal Dialogue
So it's Friday morning here in Limerick Ireland and I've been woken up at 1.30am. I'm wide awake and want to watch something and can't get back to sleep. I'm scrolling on my phone in the dark in bed and I get a notification that the FlickPick is going live for some Q&A on one … Continue reading My Q&A Questions to the FlickPick
In the article “A woman’s career in broadcasting,work,employment and society“(Eikhof,Doris,Ruth 2016) which is written from the first-hand experiences of a well-educated and hard working woman in the media industry, there is structural context given to the media field. Film and television workers are 90% freelance workers, while 74% experience unemployment often up to 11 to … Continue reading Sexism in the modern media sector – A thesis