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Yarn | A story podcast

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Yarn | A story podcast

Yarn | A story podcast

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Whether we're spinning yarns or unraveling them, Yarn is a storytelling playground. Each episode is in a different style and genre . Documentaries, short stories and dramas. Dive in and see what you get.www.yarnpodcast.com

Latest Episodes

Yarn 16 | The Eyes Don't Lie

EOn patrol with a drug recognition expert. I went on a ride along with a police officer who's specialty is to determine if drivers are impaired by drugs. Thanks to The Ulster Town Police department. Website cover illustration by Stephen Morton.

40 MIN3 w ago
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Yarn 16 | The Eyes Don't Lie

Yarn 15 | Blak Bisnis

EModern piracy and the hijacking of the Petro Ranger. - You probably don’t think of pirates as wearing expensive suits and working in high rise office buildings. In the 90’s the biggest pirates of South East Asia were impossible to tell apart from high powered business people. It was hard to tell them apart because they could be both. This is the true story of one of the most sophisticated pirate syndicates in South East Asia and it's mythic leader Mister Wong. The syndicate was run like a business. They had assets, employees, customers, lawyers and accountants but they operated outside the law and in secret with little regard for human life. Locals called their activity Blak Bisnis… - Written by John Roche. Music score and mixing by Drembot. - Full transcript here: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/yarn-15-blak-bisnis-682db21ef576 - Bibliography: Books The Brutal Seas: Organised Crime at Work. Stewart, Douglas. Piracy, Maritime Terrorism and Securing the Malacca Straits (Iias...

48 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Yarn 15 | Blak Bisnis

Yarn 14 | Billy

E"I treated it like it was my best friend but in fact it was my worst enemy". A sober alcoholic tells his son just what it was that made him drink the way he did. Produced by Dermot Tobin, John Roche and Pearse O'Caoimh. Music by Drembot. - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

34 MIN2019 APR 15
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Yarn 14 | Billy

Yarn 13 | The boxer and the bomber

EBased on a true story. Dublin, St. Patrick’s Day 1923. A bloody civil war has been raging in the city for almost two years. Brothers, sisters and friends have often found themselves on opposing sides. In an attempt to restore order the new state have started executing dissidences in high numbers. Opposing forces react by calling for a compulsory period of national morning. All public amusements are to be shut down. Anyone staging or attending a public event leave themselves open to terrorist attacks by the opposition. Sounds like the perfect time to stage a world championship boxing match in the city right? What could go wrong? Our story is told from the point of view of two characters you normally wouldn’t associate with civil war Ireland. The Battling Siki – The current light heavy-weight champion of the world. A Senegalese fighter, who’s faced racism and marginalisation his whole life. His last title fight in Paris was marred by a match fixing scandal. Ireland is the only cou...

38 MIN2019 MAR 11
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Yarn 13 | The boxer and the bomber

(Yarn extra) Yarn in Vermont

EA Yarn special - Live and with varying sound quality. Our adventures at ITV Fest 2018 in Vermont, where we were nominated for the best podcast award. Come with us as we ramble around the festival. Hear our interview with one of the festival judges and join us on the red carpet at the awards ceremony. Nah, it wasn't awkward at all... really. - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

51 MIN2018 DEC 13
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(Yarn extra) Yarn in Vermont

Yarn 12 | Chancin' me arm

EDrinkin’, workin’, emigratin’ and boilin’ spuds in hot tar. The life of a chancer. Performed by Lorcan Cranitch. See a video version of this story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN7OyCyXykE&feature=youtu.be Full transcript here: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/yarn-12-chancin-me-arm-6b89c5154782 - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

13 MIN2018 AUG 15
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Yarn 12 | Chancin' me arm

Yarn 11 | Brick Lane

EWalk with the narrator on a six minute stroll down one of London's most famous streets. You'll meet its inhabitants and visitors, all to a thumping music beat. Sound design: Drembot Illustration: Ricky Burgess Full transcript: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/walk-with-the-narrator-on-a-six-minute-stroll-down-one-of-londons-most-famous-streets-c003a7a0b13b - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

6 MIN2018 AUG 8
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Yarn 11 | Brick Lane

Yarn 10 | Oonagh and the giant

EThe Irish legend of how the Giant’s Causeway came to be.

7 MIN2018 JUL 27
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Yarn 10 | Oonagh and the giant

Yarn 09 | Cuban missile crisis

EOctober 1962. A bold move on the Cold War chessboard makes America very nervous. Russia installs nuclear missiles in revolutionary Cuba and points them directly at the US. Life as we know it becomes increasingly precarious as communication between Moscow and Washington breaks down. Meanwhile, naval personnel on the Caribbean seas sense they have their finger on far more than a trigger. Yarn 09 is the story of the Cuban Missile Crisis. We explore the ideological and technological that created history's most dangerous moment and ask who the heroes really were?

26 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Yarn 09 | Cuban missile crisis

Yarn 08 | Wild night

E"You met a murderer that night you know" A night out to the pub in rural Ireland leads to gossip and ends in murder.

15 MIN2018 MAY 29
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Yarn 08 | Wild night

Latest Episodes

Yarn 16 | The Eyes Don't Lie

EOn patrol with a drug recognition expert. I went on a ride along with a police officer who's specialty is to determine if drivers are impaired by drugs. Thanks to The Ulster Town Police department. Website cover illustration by Stephen Morton.

40 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Yarn 16 | The Eyes Don't Lie

Yarn 15 | Blak Bisnis

EModern piracy and the hijacking of the Petro Ranger. - You probably don’t think of pirates as wearing expensive suits and working in high rise office buildings. In the 90’s the biggest pirates of South East Asia were impossible to tell apart from high powered business people. It was hard to tell them apart because they could be both. This is the true story of one of the most sophisticated pirate syndicates in South East Asia and it's mythic leader Mister Wong. The syndicate was run like a business. They had assets, employees, customers, lawyers and accountants but they operated outside the law and in secret with little regard for human life. Locals called their activity Blak Bisnis… - Written by John Roche. Music score and mixing by Drembot. - Full transcript here: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/yarn-15-blak-bisnis-682db21ef576 - Bibliography: Books The Brutal Seas: Organised Crime at Work. Stewart, Douglas. Piracy, Maritime Terrorism and Securing the Malacca Straits (Iias...

48 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
Yarn 15 | Blak Bisnis

Yarn 14 | Billy

E"I treated it like it was my best friend but in fact it was my worst enemy". A sober alcoholic tells his son just what it was that made him drink the way he did. Produced by Dermot Tobin, John Roche and Pearse O'Caoimh. Music by Drembot. - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

34 MIN2019 APR 15
Comments
Yarn 14 | Billy

Yarn 13 | The boxer and the bomber

EBased on a true story. Dublin, St. Patrick’s Day 1923. A bloody civil war has been raging in the city for almost two years. Brothers, sisters and friends have often found themselves on opposing sides. In an attempt to restore order the new state have started executing dissidences in high numbers. Opposing forces react by calling for a compulsory period of national morning. All public amusements are to be shut down. Anyone staging or attending a public event leave themselves open to terrorist attacks by the opposition. Sounds like the perfect time to stage a world championship boxing match in the city right? What could go wrong? Our story is told from the point of view of two characters you normally wouldn’t associate with civil war Ireland. The Battling Siki – The current light heavy-weight champion of the world. A Senegalese fighter, who’s faced racism and marginalisation his whole life. His last title fight in Paris was marred by a match fixing scandal. Ireland is the only cou...

38 MIN2019 MAR 11
Comments
Yarn 13 | The boxer and the bomber

(Yarn extra) Yarn in Vermont

EA Yarn special - Live and with varying sound quality. Our adventures at ITV Fest 2018 in Vermont, where we were nominated for the best podcast award. Come with us as we ramble around the festival. Hear our interview with one of the festival judges and join us on the red carpet at the awards ceremony. Nah, it wasn't awkward at all... really. - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

51 MIN2018 DEC 13
Comments
(Yarn extra) Yarn in Vermont

Yarn 12 | Chancin' me arm

EDrinkin’, workin’, emigratin’ and boilin’ spuds in hot tar. The life of a chancer. Performed by Lorcan Cranitch. See a video version of this story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN7OyCyXykE&feature=youtu.be Full transcript here: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/yarn-12-chancin-me-arm-6b89c5154782 - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

13 MIN2018 AUG 15
Comments
Yarn 12 | Chancin' me arm

Yarn 11 | Brick Lane

EWalk with the narrator on a six minute stroll down one of London's most famous streets. You'll meet its inhabitants and visitors, all to a thumping music beat. Sound design: Drembot Illustration: Ricky Burgess Full transcript: https://medium.com/@mrjohnroche_42475/walk-with-the-narrator-on-a-six-minute-stroll-down-one-of-londons-most-famous-streets-c003a7a0b13b - Comments and feedback very welcome! Email: yarnstorypodcast@gmail.com

6 MIN2018 AUG 8
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Yarn 11 | Brick Lane

Yarn 10 | Oonagh and the giant

EThe Irish legend of how the Giant’s Causeway came to be.

7 MIN2018 JUL 27
Comments
Yarn 10 | Oonagh and the giant

Yarn 09 | Cuban missile crisis

EOctober 1962. A bold move on the Cold War chessboard makes America very nervous. Russia installs nuclear missiles in revolutionary Cuba and points them directly at the US. Life as we know it becomes increasingly precarious as communication between Moscow and Washington breaks down. Meanwhile, naval personnel on the Caribbean seas sense they have their finger on far more than a trigger. Yarn 09 is the story of the Cuban Missile Crisis. We explore the ideological and technological that created history's most dangerous moment and ask who the heroes really were?

26 MIN2018 JUL 18
Comments
Yarn 09 | Cuban missile crisis

Yarn 08 | Wild night

E"You met a murderer that night you know" A night out to the pub in rural Ireland leads to gossip and ends in murder.

15 MIN2018 MAY 29
Comments
Yarn 08 | Wild night
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