Terry Neason, singer songwriter, actor, stage performer and business coach chats to Pat

February 14, 2019

Terry Neason, singer songwriter, actor, stage performer and business coach chats to Pat

A real treat for you this week. Pat took a trip to the Kings Theatre to chat with the singer songwriter, actor, stage performer and business coach Terry Neason.

Terry is a born entertainer; she chats about her role in The Glasgow Girls (currently playing in Dublin) and her work with the groundbreaking 7.84 and Wildcat Theatre Companies.

We hear about Terry's philosophical approach to life and about all the laughs and heartaches she's had along the way.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 66

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Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

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Denise Noone - freelance photographer Denise chats with Pat.

February 5, 2019

Freelance photographer Denise chats with Pat

Pat chats to freelance photographer Denise Noone. We first met Denise when we visited the amazing ‘Bathing Bells’ photography exhibition at Govanhill Baths late last year.

Denise explains the inspiration behind the exhibition and her approach, her education in Ireland, London and at Glasgow University. And tells Pat about working in Cafe Gandolfi - a job she loved.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 65

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

 

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Ruby McCann chats to Pat Byrne. Ruby is a Glasgow poet, writer, playwright, and creative writing tutor. She’s won numerous awards had her work featured in many publications.

January 30, 2019

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 64

Pat chats to Ruby McCann is a Glasgow poet, writer, playwright, and creative writing tutor. She’s won numerous awards had her work featured in many publications and is promoter and facilitator of numerous creative events.

You can tell that Pat loved chatting to Ruby - about all the projects she is involved in and numerous talented writers she has worked with.

I can safely say that when it comes to representing the best of Scotland's literature Ruby is the perfect ambassador.

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

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Poet Magi Gibson chats to Pat: Magi Gibson is a poet, writer and creative writing tutor. Originally from Kilsyth, now living in Glasgow’s West End.

January 17, 2019

Poet Magi Gibson chats to Pat. Magi Gibson is a poet, writer and creative writing tutor. Originally from Kilsyth, now living in Glasgow’s West End.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 63

Magi has had so many accolades and accomplishments that it would be impossible for me to list even a small portion of them here. She was the first Makar of the City of Stirling (for 500 years) and has held three Scottish Arts Council Creative Writing Fellowships and one Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellowship with the University of Paisley.

Magi was Writer in Residence with the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow and Reader in Residence with Glasgow Women’s Library from 2012 - 2015.

Her work has won many prizes and is well loved by fellow writers and former students.

Magi's latest poetry collection, Washing Hugh MacDiarmid’s Socks is out now from Luath Press.

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Twitter: @glasgowswestend

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Eileen Reid, writer with the Scottish Review.

December 27, 2018

Pat chats with Eileen Reid, writer with the Scottish Review. Eileen chats about her family, music, the Communist connection in Clydebank, her father Jimmy Reid and her friend Kenneth Roy who was the journalist and editor of the Scottish Review.

Pat and Eileen haven't seen each other for 40 years so they have a bit of catching up to do.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 62

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Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

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What’s Pat been up to: Christmas Shopping, cutting edge Gothic style, St Louis in Partick, Christmas movies, The Primevals fundraising gig and Pat’s birthday treats.

December 20, 2018

What's Pat been up to: Christmas Shopping, cutting edge Gothic style, St Louis in Partick, Christmas movies, The Primevals fundraising gig and Pat's birthday treats.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 61

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

 

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What’s Pat been up to? Paisley Makar Brian Whittingham, Glasgow Cabbie Stef Shaw, Christmas Market St Enoch, Decorating, Pantos and Christmas Shows

December 10, 2018

What's Pat been up to? Paisley Makar Brian Whittingham, , Glasgow Cabbie Stef Shaw, Christmas Market St Enoch, Decorating, Pantos and Christmas Shows

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 60

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

 

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Brian Whittingham - poet, writer and playwright chats to Pat about his writing and his transition from steelworker to writer. Brian is the first ever Tannahill Weaver, Makar of Paisley.

November 27, 2018

Brian Whittingham - poet, writer and playwright chats to Pat about his writing and his transition from steelworker to writer.

Brian has produced numerous collections of his work and gained many awards. He is about to become the first ever Tannahill Weaver, Makar of Paisley.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 59

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

 

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What’s Pat been up to: Pizza at one of the world’s best, Eileen Reid interview, Vinnicome Street Christmas Market and Wee Guide to Porridge

November 26, 2018

What's Pat been up to: Pizza at one of the world's best, Eileen Reid interview, Vinnicome Street Christmas Market and Dee Dee Cuddihy - Wee Guide to Porridge.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 58

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Pat's Guide To Glasgow West End

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

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What’s Pat been up to: Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Nancy Smillie turns 30, Glasgow University Own Wool and Glasgow’s Forgetting Women

November 17, 2018

What's Pat been up to: Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Miss Cranston Willow Tearoom, Nancy Smillie turns 30, Glasgow University Own Wool and Glasgow's Forgetting Women.

Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 57

Links

Twitter: @glasgowswestend

Music by Jim Byrne

 

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