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Alan Maguire

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11: But I’m A Cheerleader with Sarah Maria Griffin & Alan Maguire (Juvenalia)

The Last One To See

OK, so this may not be a title that rings familiar to a lot of folks. But hear us out! The Last One To See wasn’t conceived with the idea that everyone everyone has seen each of the selections, and Sarah very much understood the assignment (and Alan willingly agreed to go along with it) with the selection of BUT I’M A CHEERLEADER - a queer classic and rare entry in the lesbian teen movie genre that saw a 20th anniversary re-release in 2020. As mentioned, Alan and Sarah are our guests this week and you may know their work from the fantastic Juvenalia podcast. The Juliette Lewis video that David mentioned: http://instagram.com/p/BqIlxgdHOqMFilms mentioned throughout the episode: https://letterboxd.com/thelastonetosee/list/the-last-one-to-see-ep11-but-im-a-cheerleader/ What’s In The Box pics will be posted to the socials so… Follow the podcast on Instagram, Twitter and Letterboxd (@thelastonetosee on all the things)  Follow David (@davidpfitz) on Letterboxd and Twitter and Instagram Follow Kate (@imkatemac) on Twitter and Instagram Follow Sarah (@griffski) on Twitter and (@sarahgriffski) Instagram Follow Alan (@alan_maguire) on Twitter and Instagram Listen to Juvenalia podcast: https://www.juvenalia.net/ Use our promo code RAF-87MP-76AC-32WR-17EJ when signing up for an Unlimited card at Cineworld UK or Cineworld Ireland to get an extra month’s membership for free! Email: thelastonetosee@theshift.ie Our theme music is “80's And Chill” by Empyreal Glow Background image courtesy of Mars Plex at unsplash.com Ticket images courtesy of KStudio at freepik.com The Last One To See is part of The Shift Podcast Network. Check out https://theshift.ie/

1hr 35mins

11 May 2022

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S2 Ep12: Alan Maguire

Be Grand

Hit podcast Juvenalia specialises in taking their guests on a nostalgic journey through their formative years with abundant wit, grace and warmth.  Longtime listeners of Be Grand (all six of them), on the other hand, are more accustomed to listening to what might as well be a drunken uncle with a JJ72 fetish who’s just been handed a microphone as he rants in the corner of the living room on Christmas Day.  So, in a long-overdue act of self-improvement, Andy this week seeks advice from Juvenalia host and Not The RTÉ Guide creator Mr. Alan Maguire. Alan talks about what he’s learned in his time chatting to people about the idiosyncrasies of pop culture’s past and what are the common themes that surface when we look back with fondness.  There’s also a profound discussion on the subtle art of nicknaming a teacher and how the smallest decisions you make in your school years can change your life in ways you’d never imagine. https://twitter.com/alan_maguire https://twitter.com/juvenalia_pod

1hr 24mins

21 Jan 2020

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Six Song Selection 15: Alan Maguire

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This week we have one of the hosts of Juvenalia & Roast Chesnuts, stand up comedian and all round funny Twitter man, Alan Maguire. He joined us to share his passion for music and his scrutinising decisions that lead to his six song selection. His six song selection includes: Devo "Gut Feeling" Sleater-Kinney "You're No Rock N Roll Fun" Elliott Smith " In The Lost & Found" No Monster Club "I've Retired" The Microphones "I Want The Wind To Blow" Fight Like Apes "Tie Me Up In Jackets" @selectedpodcast helloselected@gmail.com


29 Aug 2019

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High Fidelity with Alan Maguire

Sentimental Garbage

What came first, the music or the misery? We invite podcaster Alan Maguire on to talk about Nick Hornby's classic High Fidelity, discussing relationships, break-ups, Jack Black's animal magnetism, performing your relationship for other people, the world of record shops, the biting insight that still makes us cringe in recognition, and whether we can cancel Rob in good faith when he's trying so hard to be less objectively awful. Produced by Caroline O'Donoghue, artwork by Gavin Day, music by Harry Harris, mixed by Hannah Varrall. Recorded at Tall Tales Studios in Dublin. This episode was sponsored by The Croke Park Hotel, modern luxury in the heart of Dublin Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.


15 Aug 2019

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Carl and Alan Maguire with Donald Brown


UT students Carl and Alan Maguire discuss their new CD, The Sound of Music. The producer of the recording- Donald Brown- chimes in as well.


20 Nov 2014