Season 4 Episode 1

S4 E1 – The Writing on the Wall
Airs Tuesday July 16th at 22:00

 


In this the first episode of Pantisocracy Season 4 host Panti Bliss is joined by two extraordinary visual artists, Joe Caslin and Maser, who both, in very different ways, use the street as their canvas and their art for social change. With them is documentary filmmaker Aoife Kelleher whose film One Million Dubliners changed public minds and hearts about Glasnevin Cemetery and whose recent work takes us inside the Irish prison system.
 
Singer Damien Dempsey, who worked with Maser ten years ago on a Ballymun urban art project , shares his own journey, and a song or two, while the young, spoken word artist Natalya O’Flaherty raps the street and gives life to its stories.
 

Pantisocracy Season 4: Damien Dempsey 'It's All Good' from Athena Media on Vimeo.

 
In episode 1 of our new season she meets up with Damien Dempsey and here’s Damo singing his song ‘It’s All Good’ as a bit of a taster for the new episodes coming in our ‘cabaret of conversations’ – we’re back summer 2019 but we’ll be sharing audio and video content along the way.
 

Natalya O'Flaherty – The Irony of Entitlement from Athena Media on Vimeo.

 


Guests

Panti with her parlour guests from S4 E1

 
Audience

Panti with her parlour guests and wonderful in-studio audience

 
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Panti with artist Joe Caslin

 
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Panti with poet Natalya O’Flaherty

 
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Panti with artist Maser

 
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Panti with filmmaker Aoife Kelleher

 
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Panti with the one and only Damien Dempsey