Simon Carbery has a pint with Seaniebee

A pint with.jpgA Pint With Seaniebee is an informal chat with creative folks who have lived, or are living brave, interesting and unconventional lives. It examines how their background and upbringing forged the path they went down; what decisions they took that made all the difference; what ideas they have to change the world in which we live; what life-wisdom they have garnered; and looking back, perhaps what they might change or what advice they might offer up to those following in their footsteps.

Award-winning adman, writer, musician, raconteur and all-round witty bright spark, Simon Carbery joins the pod today to share his adventures and life-lessons over some particularly strong drinks. With Dave Trott as mentor, and Paul Arden as first boss...the pod somehow manages to also include references to Douglas Adams, Pope Francis, Fay Weldon, David Putnam, Rumpole of the Bailey, Leonardo da Vinci, David Bowie, The Air Hilaires, U2, Charles and Maurice Saatchi, Hugh Hudson, Walter Raleigh, Dr. Seuss, Pete Townshend, Johnnie Cochran, Chris Blackwell, Tom Thumb, Salman Rushdie, Cornelius Fuel, Michelangelo, Terry-Thomas, Chris Wilkins, Norman Tebbit, Tim Bell, Alexandra Taylor, Marcia Clark, Robert Plant, and The Wood Demons. You'll also learn why you need look no further than peace and quiet and the career of Danny Kaye for the secret to a successful life.


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