BBC PRESENTER and summertime resident of West Cork, Graham Norton, is interviewed by Skibbereen journalist Nadine O’Regan, on a podcast that is available now.
Nadine, the books and arts editor of The Sunday Business Post newspaper, conducted the interview at the Maritime Hotel in Bantry as part of the recent West Cork Literary Festival.
‘It was a thrill to interview Graham Norton in Bantry as part of the West Cork Literary Festival, and I’m delighted that he has given his permission to allow the interview to go out on my new podcast My Roots Are Showing,’ said Nadine.
The podcast is now available on iTunes, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher and all the usual platforms. ‘A lot of people had asked if there might be a way to listen back to the interview – the event had sold out so quickly that many of his fans were left without tickets – so this is brilliant news,’ she added.
My Roots Are Showing is Nadine’s new podcast and a successor to her previous radio show Songs in the Key of Life. ‘The aim of the podcast is to explore our guests’ backgrounds, inspirations, and aspirations, hopefully delivering entertainment and illumination along the way. Another recent episode is with the writer Jon Ronson, recorded at his home in New York recently.