By Sheelagh Broderick
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A podcast about contemporary seafaring. The Great South Wall at the entrance to Dublin Port, ireland runs adjacent to commercial shipping channels. It is a jetty extending for 2km to Poolbeg Lighthouse. The Great South Wall is the notional site for a 4k walk and an inquiry that probes into contemporary global shipping practices and consequences for seafarers. But of course you can listen from anywhere. Produced and presented by Sheelagh Broderick, Sound by Dan Guiney. Supported by Dublin Port Company & Dublin City Council.
||CleanPort Walks Part 3: Sea Change||Shoreside walkers on the Great South Wall enjoy watching ships enter and leave Dublin Port. Meanwhile factors shaping the shipping industry point towards autonomous ships as the next innovation that will transform shipping. This sea change will have con||30 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPort Walks Part 2: Beyond the Horizon and Beneath the Surface||Port Walks Part 2: Beyond the Horizon and Beneath the Surface, written and narrated by Sheelagh Broderick, Music Even if Love Andrea Degens and Susan Stenger. Sound by Dan Guiney||3 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPort Walks Part 1: Containers Changed Everything||Containers changed everything. They were a silent radical force that transformed not only shipping and seafaring but also global trade, production and consumption.||21 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|