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Media Tribe is a show that tells the story behind the storyteller. It's an opportunity to step into the shoes of the most respected journalists, directors and media executives. Each episode looks at the journalist's journey into the industry, the impact they’ve had along the way and some of their most crazy experiences working in the industry. The stories that never quite made it to air! Shaunagh interviews some of the most respected journalists, Oscar-nominated filmmakers and executives fro ...
 
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From when her mother gave her a book of James Thurber’s cartoons, Liza Donnelly has expressed her wit and rising political consciousness through pencils, pens, watercolors, and now through her live drawing on an iPad at the Oscars, the Democratic National Convention, other marquee events for CBS. On this episode, Liza traces her journey from Washin…
 
Viewing life as “something of a random walk,” Ted Smyth went from rural to urban, to international, from leadership roles in diplomacy to C-suite roles in Fortune 500 companies, to a rich post-corporate career in Irish American community leadership. On this episode of Irish Stew, Ted describes his journey from a protestant farming community in Co. …
 
Shaunagh Connaire is an award winning journalist who has reported from some of the most challenging and troubled spots on the globe. In her most recent venture, a podcast called Media Tribe, she has shifted her focus towards highlighting the work of critically acclaimed journalists and media executives, providing a forum to tell the story behind th…
 
Ruth Cannon BL is a Dublin based barrister specializing in property and probate law. Ruth acts as a guide in giving an introduction to both the the esoterica and arcane that constitutes the Irish Legal profession and it's history on this episode. Together with cohosts John Lee and Martin Nutty, Ruth details the state of the Irish Law and why this t…
 
Alison McKenna shares tales from acting on the stages of the Abbey, Gate, and Royal Shakespeare Company, traces her journey as a producer for the theatre and cultural programming such as New York’s centerpiece 1916 Centenary commemoration, and demonstrates why she’s an in-demand voiceover artist in the burgeoning field of audiobooks. Along the way …
 
For 10 years, Damian Shiels has mined the American Civil War pension files to tell the staggering story of Irish participation in that conflict. This archive is the richest source of early 19th century Irish social history. John Lee and Martin Nutty talk with Damian about his herculean work, his love of history and how that fits with his career in …
 
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Ciarán Cannon is the elected TD (Irish Member of Parliament aka Dáil Éireann) for the Galway East constituency. Ciarán served as Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development from 2017 - 2020. John Lee and Martin Nutty talk with Ciarán about the importance of the Diaspora to Ireland, the Irish word: Meitheal, the difficult decisi…
 
Geoff Cobb is a New York City school teacher, a blogger, a columnist and a historian with a focus on the lesser recorded histories of the personalities and neighborhoods that constitute the seething ferment that is New York City. Our conversation focuses on Geoff's upcoming book detailing the lives of Irish New Yorkers who left a mark on the city a…
 
Jeffrey Hayzlett is a former Fortune 100 C-Suite executive turned C-Suite Network CEO, keynote speaker, media entrepreneur, and TV & podcast host. We talk about what drives him in business, his ringside seat for the demise of Kodak, what he really thinks of Donald Trump after working with him on The Apprentice, his reasons for living in South Dakot…
 
Canadian by birth, New Yorker by choice, Bridget Bray recounts her genealogical journey from avocation to profession as she blows the dust off the topic with her insights on internet and DNA research, how she followed leads and knocked on doors in Ireland, why dog licenses are one of her workarounds for information gaps, and her tips on how to brea…
 
Nima Elbagir is a Sudanese born journalist and an award-winning international television correspondent. Nima was named the 2020 Royal Television Society 'Television Journalist of the Year' and recently received the prestigious 2019 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award in the Investigative category for her reporting on human rights abuses, wit…
 
Award-winning photographer Giles Duley started off in music and fashion, photographing the likes of Oasis, Marilyn Manson and Pulp. Becoming disillusioned with the commercial world, he went on to document the aftermath of conflict in countries like Iraq, Lebanon, Angola and Rwanda. In 2011 while on foot patrol with the US army in Afghanistan, he st…
 
We talk about Lyse’s extensive reporting in Syria, particularly her time in besieged Yarmouk where children told Lyse they had to eat boiled grass in order to survive, being present during the attempted assassination of Hamid Karzai, the then Afghan President and growing up in New Brunswick, Canada. For more on LyseFollow Lyse on Twitter and view h…
 
Jon talks about spending time with Ugandan dictator Idi Amin and contemplating shooting him, how he knew a young girl who died in the burning of Grenfell Tower, the staggering inequality in Britain and his deep love for Iran. He also takes us back to his Liverpool university days where he spent his time revolting and was eventually booted out. For …
 
Arielle talks about being the first climate correspondent on American TV, her near close shave with a polar bear in Greenland and her experience of being targeted with death and rape threats by trolls. She also delves into her important investigation about hookworms in Alabama. For more on Arielle Follow Arielle on Twitter and her Reset podcast. Mo…
 
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