This week "Dancing with The Devil", Demi Lovato's story of sobriety and relapse landed on YouTube this week. With interviews from her friends and family, the doc talks about some of the pressures on Demi as a female pop star. Music Journalist, Louise Bruton, joined the show to talk about the doc and how it mirrors other recent releases.
A new documentary concerning the rise to fame of Britney Spears in the mid 90s and early 2000s has caused consternation among fans and celebrities alike this week due to how the singer was treated at the hands of the media as well as the men in her life.The documentary coincides with the latest hearing into who control's Britney Spears's financial affairs - a dispute between herself and her father Jamie - over her guardianship, career and finances.Susan was joined by journalist Louise Bruton to discuss.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast with Susan Keogh on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Today's episode see's guests Margaret E. Ward and Louise Bruton delve into Womxn in Media & Journalism with your host Linda Coogan Byrne.The media should be a reflective mirror of society, not a distorting lens. What if the journalists reporting and the editors/producers making the decisions are unrepresentative of the audience they serve? Will distortions inevitably be the result? Join us as we chat about the significant strides in the representation of women in our industry although the current situation is by no means perfect it is getting better. We discuss how we can navigate through sexism in the workplace and empowering one another as we climb the patriarchal ladder to success. Margaret E. Ward is a well-known entrepreneur, journalist and broadcaster based in Dublin, Ireland. She has worked in The Irish Times, Sunday Times and as a presenter on Newstalk radio. She's currently CEO of Clear Ink and Broadly SpeakingLouise Bruton is a very successful freelance journalist, who is currently living in Dublin. Her articles span a wide variety of topics, from music reviews to access rights. She is a regular contributor to the Irish Times, radio and numerous publications in Ireland and worldwide.You can check out Why Not Her? by clicking here. Music used in this podcast is by Ooyy Come 2gether
TPOE 166: Dua Lipa And The State Of Pop (with Louise Bruton)
The Point of Everything
After the release of her brilliant new album Future Nostalgia, has that elevated Dua Lipa into the upper echelons of the pop world? Journalist and music critic Louise Bruton joins to run through the world of pop through not one but five lists- Eternal top pop female idols- Personal faves- Hottest acts in the world right now- Arthouse pop (entities unto themselves)- One and done - but more to comeLouise knows all their is to know about pop so expect chat about her interview with Little Mix from the Irish Times, Beyonce, Rihanna, songwriters and teams behind the stars, should-be-stars like Victoria Monet and Teyana Taylor, Charli XCX, Roisin Murphy ("our greatest export"), Christine and the Queens, and lots more.
Ep 9: Kim K's Kabin Fever // Banana Bread Backlash // Netflix's Unorthodox // Louise Bruton On Absent Friends
The Vulture Club x ROGUE
It's week 3 of lockdown and the global mood has gone from "alone together" to "leave me the fuck alone!" Join Jen and Sophie as they pick over the carcass of the week that's been with guests Cassie Delaney and Louise Bruton. ALSO PLEASE EXCUSE... our slight audio issues in this week's episode.
Ep 5: Lourdes // Crotch Corner // The Royal Visit // Eurovision Chats with Louise Bruton // Self Isolation Recommendations
The Vulture Club x ROGUE
**Please forgive the slight tech issues this week, normal service will resume next week** On this week's Vulture Club, we break down the royal visit and debate our national dish. On Come Again, Lourdes is felled by Covid-19 and this week we have a special Today I Learned: Crotch Edition. We also chat all things Eurovision with rogue co-founder Louise Bruton and we've got some culture picks to get you through this trying period of self-isolation in Bet In Or Bin It. Links to recommendations: Roxane Gay and Hannah Gadsby in conversation (article): https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/dec/08/hannah-gadsby-roxane-gay-in-conversation-body-image-fan-encounters-trolls Years and Years (series): https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000539g Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot (film) https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Worry-Wont-Get-Foot/dp/B0797BY148
In show 46, journalist and festivals expert Louise Bruton has Tara saying “wow” a lot as she tells of travels, gigs and famous people who’ve sat on her knee. (Harry the dog has a lot to say, you’ll hear him on backing vocals.) They discuss Tara’s badness at festivals, and whether weekend woodlands need enhancement, or if childlike wonder is really all you? Festival tips and wisdom, and stories about getting up-close and personal with Grace Jones and Taylor Swift. The real ones. (Tara says “wow” some more. Harry says “bow wow”.) Louise is behind the Legless in Dublin blog; how hard is it to keep something like that going on your own? Also: singledom, access glasses, lone wolves and velociraptors. No wonder Tara says “wow”. (NB during the interview, Tara mixes up Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. But sure, those billionaires are all the one, right?) http://leglessindublin.com ‘How Would You Like to be Treated?’ TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odUrmmxH4RI Twitter/ Instagram @luberachi --- Website http://www.taraflynn.ie Patreon https://www.patreon.com/taraflynnirl Instagram https://www.instagram.com/taraflynnirl
Episode 23: Do millennials love avocados more than sex? A discussion with Louise Bruton
This week, in honour of Valentine's Day coming up, Sophie and Rhona are doing a deep dive into all thing sexual. They're joined by journalist and writer of the one-woman show 'Why Won't You Have Sex With Me?' Louise Bruton, where they're chatting dick pics, revenge porn and young folks' attitudes to sexual desire.
Louise Bruton is a freelance journalist and writer who will take to the stage at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival and ask the question, "Why won't you have sex with me?"Louise has enjoyed great success as a journalist and has featured on the TED X series. Her website, Legless in Dublin, has been well received and provided a an outlet to highlight Dublin's (lack of) accessibility.We talk to Louise about her upcoming Dublin Fringe debut, patronising people, frustrations at public buildings that do not allow for access for all and of course, Britney Spears.Don't forget you can now get double the dosage of WTSpod - our new bonus podcast "The 600" is free to download and if you subscribe on iTunes you'll never miss an episode.WTSpod is brought to you by Fitpatrick Castle Hotel, go to www.fitzpatrickcastle.com for more.
Journalist and Legless In Dublin creator Louise Bruton joins Alan & Ellen to talk about Wes Craven's Scream. We're also joined by Louise's dog Harry who can be heard voicing his appreciation for the combination of vulnerability and humour that Neve Campbell brings to the role of Sidney. We also talk about Kevin Williamson's vast pop culture empire, the Scream quadrilogy in general, the death of teen movies, why is modern horror so grim, fake blood, meta jokes, the 90s, the career of Matthew Lillard, Courtney Cox's brilliance as Gail Weathers, and loads more. Louise also has lots of Scream fun facts to drop on us. It's a fun one. Enjoy. Follow Juvenalia on Twitter Juvenalia original artwork by Dee McDonnell This episode was produced by Alan Bennett and Alan Maguire This episode was sponsored by Bunsen.