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Top Pubs to Grow Your Network in Dublin

By admin / January 28, 2016

Always wondered where the professionals hangout in Dublin after work? We had to figure it out as well when we just arrived in Dublin. So, after some very intense field research and meeting some very interesting people, we can now help you in the right direction. Here are two other good reads about how to get to know […]

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Wyvern Lingo Interview with Miriam Doona

By admin / November 26, 2015

What is the significance of the name, no doubt Wyvern is in reference to the area in Bray where you are from, what is the significance of Lingo? Caoimhe – It actually happens to be that but we found it in a dictionary, it has zero meaning. We just needed to find a name quickly […]

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Five veggie Halloween recipies

By admin / October 28, 2015

Did you know that Christian tradition recommends not eating meat in All Hollows Eve (the original name for Halloween)? We’ve decided to make it easier for you with these 5 delicious veggie recipies. Enjoy! Halloween pizzas Who doesn’t enjoy a good pizza? What about your own ghost/pumpkin/mummy shaped Halloween pizza? Pumpkin curry Pumpkin, butternutt squash, […]

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Review: Older Than Ireland, but young in their hearts

By admin / October 21, 2015

If you want to know the basics about living in Ireland, Babylon Radio is certainly your place. But there are some things that we can’t tell you, things that only the people who have lived long enough can know. Older Than Ireland, Alex Fegan’s new documentary, features the life stories of more than 30 centenary […]

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Debate: H&M, what do you think?

By admin / October 19, 2015

The last H&M campaign, which features a variety of models from different cultures, sizes and genders, has created a lot of fuzz and some controversy, so we decided to hit the streets of Dublin to know what people think of it, and we got a lot of thoughtful responses. While some people think “it’s just […]

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Europeana: A journey through European culture

By admin / October 12, 2015

Are you interested in culture? What if I told you that there is a single place from where to access almost any European cultural item you can think of? That place is called Europeana, and it is the biggest multi-lingual online collection of the world, with millions of digitized items from European museums, libraries, archives […]

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“HAFA” by DJ iZem

By admin / October 9, 2015

DJ iZem, as in “In Ze Early Morning”, recently released his first album, HAFA. An occasion to (re)discover the music globetrotter and his futuristic tropical beats, a well known figure of Dublin’s nightlife. https://soundcloud.com/izemsounds/sets/izem-hafa-2015 From Soul and Hip Hop inspirations, iZem is taking you on a trip around the world ; the French native, currently based […]

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Three migration poems: from grief to hope

By admin / October 8, 2015

Today it’s National Poetry Day, and in Babylon Radio we want to commemorate it by sharing some poems about what it means to leave your country and start a new life from scratch, told from different perspectives and based in different countries. “To depart is to die a little” As French author Edmond Haraucourt wrote, […]

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Mira Rai, from child soldier to international athlete

By admin / October 6, 2015

From a tiny hilltop village in Eastern Nepal, like most girls in Nepal, Mira’s young life was very active: walking to school, doing farm work, hauling water from the bottom of the hill, walking days to the market and returning with a heavy load. That’s how the story of Mira Rai, the Nepalese trail runner […]

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