Workshed Podcast








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Episode 29 - Can One Be Both 'Pro-Life' and 'Pro-Choice' with Carl Sagan

Listen to dyslexic host Ian Lawton mispronounce more words than he is probably aware of.

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Help support the Irish Abortion Rights Campaign by donating here


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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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Mark is on Twitter @markvjordan

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Episode 27 - Dog Thoughts Extra #8 - We Were Never Being Boring

Just some thoughts on Pride


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Joining host Ian Lawton in the Workshed is Mark Price, a social activist from Dublin. They discuss the relationships between Activism and Humanism, the meaning of Engaged Buddhism and our responsibility as human beings on planet earth.


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Episode 25 - An Evil Deadcast from the REAL Workshed with Mike Pasquale

Mike Pasquale hails from West Virginia USA and joins host Ian Lawton in the Workshed to talk about... well... The Workshed. I mean THE Workshed.

Mike has taken on the noble task of rescuing the original Workshed from the filming location of the classic 1987 comedy horror from Sam Raimi; Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn.

Mike shares the story in how he tracked down the location and set about salvaging as much as he could and in turn restoring the famed Workshed.

A workshed about the workshed.


For more news about Mike's project and his Ash Chainsaw replicas visit:

To support his Kickstarter visit (you've got till Sunday 22nd of May to help out!):

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Episode 24 - Dog Thoughts Extra #7 | Sometimes It Snows In April

Remembering Prince.

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In this episode host Ian Lawton gets his Zen on with Soto Zen Buddhist Monk Myozan Kodo. An enlightening episode for anyone wishing to know more about the mysteries of Zen Buddhism.

Myozan is the head of Zen Buddhism Ireland, also an author, poet, novelist under the name Ian Kilroy and teaches journalism in the Dublin Institute of Technology.

To learn more about him and his practice in Dublin visit: 


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Episode 22 - Dog Thoughts Extra #6 | Negativity Bias & Memory Loss

A rather pointless and ill prepared 18 minutes of nonsense.

Still, could be worse. Could've easily been 20 minutes. 

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In the ultimate "low hanging fruit" episode, guest host Robert Holt interviews regular host Ian Lawton about his life as an indie film guy. Probably the most narcissistic episode of a podcast ever produced, yet strangely fun.


Dog Thoughts dismisses the spite burger and Ben Red pulls no punches on solidarity profile pics in Misanthropy Rising.


A bumper episode of Workshed Podcast.


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In this episode host Ian Lawton speaks with self proclaimed Queer, Radical, Activist Thomas Dunning. This lengthy talk covers the subjects of gun violence, homophobia, racism, feminism & alcoholism, to name but a few, but with a healthy dose of spirituality, love and friendship.

Dog Thoughts waxes lyrical on driverless cars while Benny Red pulls no punches yet again on Misanthropy Rising to close out the show.

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