A firm favourite of the Other Voices weekend is Jim Carroll's insightful and engaging Banter.
An afternoon of intelligent chat with cultural creatives, Jim hosts the event in Foxy John's pub, recording the interviews for his ever-popular Bantercast. As part of this year's Banter, he was joined by luminaries of science, fashion, food and the arts, going deep with the people who are shaping and reflecting modern Ireland.
Below you can listen to interviews with Aoibheann McNamara, Dr. Suzanne O'Sullivan, as well an Arts Review of 2016 with Eithne Shortall.
Bantercast 116 Other Voices: Aoibheann McNamara by Banter
BANTERCAST 116: AOIBHEANN MCNAMARA
Aoibheann McNamara is the Donegal firebrand behind Galway restaurant Ard Bia and The Tweed Project. She joins Jim Carroll at this year's Banter for an odyssey into slow food and slow fashion.
Bantercast 114 Other Voices: Dr Suzanne O'Sullivan by Banter
BANTERCAST 114: DR. SUZANNE O'SULLIVAN
Dublin-bord neurologist Dr Suzanne O’Sullivan is the author of It’s All In Your Head and the winner of the Wellcome Book Prize 2016. At this year's Banter she talks to Jim Carroll about the frontline of psychosmatic illness.
Bantercast 111 Other Voices: Arts Review of the Year by Banter
BANTERCAST 111: EITHNE SHORTALL
Eithne Shortall is the Chief Arts Writer at The Sunday Times and the author of the soon to be published debut novel 'Love in Row 27'. She joined Jim by the fire in the back room of Foxy John’s to run the rule over the arts and culture highlights and lowlights of 2016.