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Author: Emily O'Callaghan, Irina Dzhambazova

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Hosts Emily O'Callaghan and Irina Dzhambazova speak to original mavericks from the creative industries.

The name Green Rebel originates from our definition of a person who carves a unique path from their passion - and through hard work and persistence, makes this passion their career. This podcast aims to gather knowledge, inspiration and a touch of advice from those who have done exactly that. The conversations with our guests will also touch on subjects such as Ireland’s political and cultural past, present, and future.
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On this week's episode, we chat to Achill Island musician and artist Graham Sweeney. Recorded in a pub in Westport, just before his gig supporting Lisa Hannigan, Graham tells us about first picking up the guitar and where he is now, what he does when he doesn't play music and the hitchhikers and stories he has picked up on his adventures.
On this week's episode, we chat to Dublin-based illustrator Steve McCarthy. Born in Dundrum County Dublin, in 1984. Steve left school at the age of 8, he was homeschooled from then to adulthood. Steve has never sat any kind of exam.
A special live episode with Dublin-based poet and playwright Stephen James Smith, recorded at the Dublin Podcast Festival.
On the latest episode of Green Rebel, we interview Senator Joan Freeman, currently campaigning in the Presidential election here in Ireland. Senator Freeman founded Pieta House, a not-for-profit organisation helping to prevent suicide and self-harm.
On this week' episode, we talk with Victoria Mary Clarke, a media and life coach who has had more jobs and incarnations than most. Victoria was born plain Victoria Clarke (the Mary was added for effect) in Dublin, Ireland. She learned to read Cornflake boxes at the age of two, and began work on her first autobiography ‘All About Me’ at the age of six.
In today’s episode, we chat with Irish artist Elaine Mai, whose atmospheric and melodic electronic music we love. We had the pleasure to see her perform at Body and Soul. We talk about what it’s it like to not have a grand plan but to take things one step at a time, how she combines her regular job with doing live electronic music and the discipline it takes but also the kindness to oneself when you don’t always fulfil ambitious plans.
On this week's episode, we bring you a very special conversation and performance with musicians very close to our hearts: Molly Sterling and Laura McCabe. Molly has just released her second single "Stripped Down" which you will hear performed live alongside their first single "Plain Static" as well as the song "I am but a Man."
On this week's episode, we bring you a conversation with award-winning comedian Niamh Marron, who has supported PJ Gallagher, Luisa Omielan, David Mc Savage, Foil, Arms & Hog and Gearoid Farrelly in the past. She is rightfully called “Consistently excellent ” by Hot Press Magazine.
On this episode, Emily interviews producer Adam Fogarty and rapper Karl Mangan, aka Mango & Mathman just before their gig at The Sound House, as part of a night celebrating the launch of the new Irish film Dublin Oldschool which they starred and performed in.
Leah Minto​, the latest guest on Green Rebel​, is a​ theatre and film ​act​or​​ from Dublin​​.​ ​​Her latest role is in Dublin Oldsch​ool, which was released nationwide this weekend. ​Directed by Dave Tynan and starring Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson, ​it is rightfully described as one of the greatest Irish film​s​ of recent years​. The film takes place over a drug-fuelled bank holiday weekend in Dublin. Lead character Jason, played by Emmet Kirwan reconnects with his estranged brother Daniel, played by Ian Lloyd Anderson, a recovering addict living on the streets. Leah, playing Aisling is one of Jason's party friends.
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