This week’s Fractal has some special features – reminder to donate blood and an interview with Andrew Flynn, artistic director of Decadent Theatre and director of ‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’.
Blue returns to Fractal after visiting Fractal’s previous cohost, Ciarán Doyle, in Japan. As always, Korean Pop music you love curated by DJ Pretty James, local news, reviews and gaming, with added feature on holidays in Japan!
James’s last show alone before Blue returns form land of the rising sun! As always, Korean Pop music you love curated by DJ Pretty James, local news, reviews and gaming.
James is joined by guests on Fractal; Niall Finn, who was recently on to talk about his travels in China, and Eoghan Doyle, brother of X-cohost Ciarán. It’s like a gathering of many previous convention hosts!
Happy New Year! The first Fractal show of 2018. James hosts the show alone while Blue travels Japan with X-cohost Ciarán.
Fractal’s last show of the year before breaking for Christmas. This is also Fractal’s 122nd show after just over three years! How the time flies!
Fractal’s second last show of the year before breaking for Christmas. At the end id s short appearance of Georgie, one of the elves working in Elf Town for the holiday period.
Blue returns to Fractal after touring the country, and Fractal is also joined by special guest Niall Finn to talk about visiting China!
Last Monday James drove Fractal solo as I was in Prague, CZ, working on the second #ABCirk exchange. I tweeted in a lot. You listen in here;
And we still have competitions running to win Studio Ghibli DVDs! You can comment on our competition thread on Facebook;
Three years ago Ciarán Doyle and I thought it would be really funny to have a radio show playing Asian music and talking about films. Three years, over 100 episodes and a new co-host later (thanks to James Broderick for joining the team!) it’s grown to cover Asian music events, concerts, podcasts, theatre, interviews, conventions, video games, anime – as well as more Asian music than I ever expected to get through.
We’ve interviewed voice actors like Luci Christian, convention director Joe Moore, conductor Robert Luke Martin, idol Aya Ikeda and Disparition and Symphony Sanders from Welcome to Nightvale. We’ve had shows in Irish, interviews in Japanese, more than ten guests on during conventions – and to celebrate all this we’re starting an awesome competition! We’ll be giving away three Studio Ghibli DVDs a week until we run out – courtesy of Head – Corbett Court Galway!