Workshed Podcast

35 EpisodesProduced by Ian Lawton

WORKSHED. Noun (Plural Worksheds) A shed where work is carried out. An occasional podcast hosted by Ian Lawton - Things and stuff about things and stuff... | Occasional guests are invited in the workshed, occasionally.

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Episode 35 - The Don't Die(t) Day #14 | Entering Phase Two

June 2nd, 2018


More warts and all ramblings of a Fat Guy fighting for his life by following an unusual health regime that defies convention with no exercise or …

Episode 34 - We Need To Talk ABout Abortion

May 24th, 2018


Episode 33 - The Don't Die(t) Day #01 | Penn Jillette, Kevin Smith and Several Potato's

May 17th, 2018


Episode 32 - The Skeptic, The Truth & The Dharma with Douglass Smith

July 7th, 2017


Joining Ian Lawton in the Workshed is Douglass Smith of the Secular Buddhist Association, the Centre of Inquiry and the host of the YouTube Channel; …

Episode 31 - Artificial Intelligence | Opening The Pod Bay Doors with Calum Chace

June 2nd, 2017


Joining Host Ian Lawton on this episode is Author, Futurist and Public Speaker Calum Chace to discuss the inevitability of the arrival of Artificial …

Episode 30 - Those Kind of Cars Don't Pass You Every Day | Remembering Prince with Thomas Dunning

April 22nd, 2017


The title says it all.

This day last year we lost one of the most important artists of our generation. Thomas Dunning reminisces about the myriad ways Prince enhanced our lives.

Those kind of cars don't pass you every …

Episode 29 - Can One Be Both 'Pro-Life' and 'Pro-Choice' with Carl Sagan

November 24th, 2016


Episode 28 - A Play Date with Mark 'The Boy' Jordan

August 5th, 2016


Two old codgers reminisce about the Dublin indie music scene. Guitar legend Mark Jordan joins host Ian Lawton as they dissect his past as a working …

Episode 27 - Dog Thoughts Extra #8 - We Were Never Being Boring

June 25th, 2016


Episode 26 - Removing Self from Self Righteousness with Mark Price

May 28th, 2016


Joining host Ian Lawton in the Workshed is Mark Price, a social activist from Dublin. They discuss the relationships between Activism and Humanism, the meaning of Engaged Buddhism and our responsibility as human beings …

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