Who we are

Who are we?

We’re digital storytellers and we like to help others tell their story online.


We’ve been telling digital tales since 2003. We love to bring digital innovation to traditional storytelling skills. We have been podcasters since 2006 and run Podcasting Ireland and The Family of Things.


We match the medium to the story and always think transmedia, using the full digital tool kit to unpack a story, like our work with the Office of the Children’s Ombudsman It’s Your Right.

In 2016 we worked with Robert Sheehan on Wilde Stories with Panti Bliss on Pantisocracy and with Barry and Sam McGovern on the audiobook of James Joyce’s  novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.

In 2017 we helped UNDP in Iraq tell their story We produced Vocal Chords with Iarla Ó Lionáird, the award winning series that picked up Gold for the second time in the New York Radio Festival 2017 and we made a new series of Pantisocracy with Panti Bliss.

Pantisocracy S3 E8 ‘Borders’ – Audience and Guests


In 2018 we made a science series A Trip Around the SUN with astrophysicist Peter Gallagher, we picked up best radio magazine at the Celtic Media Festival for Pantisocracy and a THIRD Gold at the New York Radio Festival 2018 for Vocal Chords and its episode with the legendary Peggy Seeger. We made our biggest ever season of Pantisocracy and added show videos to its mix.



In 2019 we began work on a ground-breaking arts and culture series Mother’s Blood, Sister Songs,  exploring how the genetics of Iceland reveals its Gaelic roots. The series, presented by Irish composer Linda Buckley, broadcast on RTÉ Lyric fm Dec 27th and Jan 5th 2020 and was accompanied by a transmedia podcast series.


Across 2019 we produced an independent social affairs podcast project This is Where We Live focussed on the housing crisis and homelessness in Ireland, talking to those with insight into its causes and solutions. The Dublin Housing Observatory and Happy Scribe came on board as sponsors.


We produced Season 4 of Pantisocracy for RTÉ Radio 1, with extended podcast cuts and more show videos, and at the New York Radio Festival we picked up another radio award, a Bronze for best podcast, for our episode of The Family of Things with psychologist Tony Bates.