1. Young man talks about his love of dogs, his passions and aspirations.

  2. Young woman talks about aspirations of being a beautician.

  3. Group conversation with members of the Irish Wheelchair Association.

  4. 3 young people from Ballyfermot talk about the love's, their pets!

  5. Young woman speaks about her life in Dublin.

  6. Young woman does a make over on Garrett's nails and talks about beauty, what she wants to do in the future and what are her possibilities.

  7. Young man talks about his life in South Dublin.

  8. Two young men talk about their life in Ballyfermot, pets, job opportunities, photography, etc.

  9. Conversation surrounding life and disability held at the monthly Irish Wheelchair Association disco.

  10. Young woman talks about her busy life in college, her internship in London and aspiration to be a journalist broadcaster.

  11. Young man talks about his love and passion for Arsenal FC.

  12. In conversation with our friends at the Irish Wheelchair Association.

  13. Field recording with a young man from Ballyfermot of walking through his neighbourhood with his German Shepherd dog and bumping into some of his friends with their American Johnson Bulldog.

  14. Young women from the Dyslexia Association of Ireland discuss their challenges with Dyslexia in the work place and their hopes for the future.

  15. Group of young men from Ballyfermot engage in a workshop with Garrett and Declan to create a brand identity for their submission to Dublin City Council for a site for Horse Stables and A Motor Cross track.

  16. Three young women from the Dyslexia Association of Ireland discuss their interests and issues concerning learning difficulties.

  17. Rap, history of music, poetry, writing. A young man from Ballymun in conversation with Michelle and Garrett about his influences and motivations.

  18. In conversation with a group of young musicians and film makers from Foróige, Tallaght, Co.Dublin.

  19. Three young women talk about friendship, working, religious beliefs, discrimination and their future.

  20. Two young women discuss learning difficulties, re-entering the education system as mature students and what they look forward to in their futures.

  21. A young woman from Ballyfermot talks about studying and working towards employment in the world beauticians.

  22. A group of young men from Ballymun, Dublin, discuss; Creativity, Music, Film, Employment, inspitation and how to inspire people.

  23. Open, revealing, powerful and humorous conversation with members of the Irish Wheelchair Association where they describe their dreams for the future and personal anecdotes of disability.

  24. Members of REHAB group discuss the culinary course they are working on; MMA fighting, music and film making.

  25. Young man from Sherrif St talks about his passion of Dublin Gaelic Football team, photography, growing up in the city centre, discrimination and his desire to work in broadcasting.

  26. Two young woman from Dublin's inner city, talk about importance of community, local history, growing up in the city, discrimination and how the media portray the area so badly. They talk about their desires for the future, art and employment possibilities.

  27. Young man from Ballymun,Dublin, speaks about discrimination through graphic location, accent, ethnic origin. He also discusses his passion for travel and his hopes for future employment.

  28. Young rapper from Ballymun, Dublin discusses his passion for Bohemians football club, music, his preparation for his final pre college exams and raps!

  29. A young group from YOUTHREACH, Swords, Co. Dublin discuss looking at Public Art throughout Dublin City, tattoos, their interests in religion and superstition.

  30. A group from Foróige, Tallaght, talks about their experiences living in Dublin.

  31. Young man from Tallaght discusses his passion for film making.

  32. Young man in conversation discusses his passion for acting.

  33. Young man speaks about his learning experience with Foróige in Tallaght, Anime, being a youth volunteer and his prospects for the future.

  34. Young man from Dublin City Centre talks about his life with drugs, mental health, his religious belief system, sport and his new life goals for the future.

  35. A Venezuelan Dublin based young man discussed his religious belief system, Dublin and being a migrant based here.

  36. Discussion with a large group from REHAB. They discuss mental health issues, their favourite things to do in life ranging from going for walk to horse riding and throwing Discus, their passions and interests.

  37. In conversation with a young man from Dublin City Centre who discusses what its like living in the city centre, access to education, tattoos, coffee and his ambition to set up his own coffee shop.

  38. Young man discusses his views on the marriage referendum, access to education, faith and many other subjects.

  39. Young man from Ballymun talks about his musical influences, his interest in speaking new languages and hopes of passing his exams and getting a job.

  40. Group discussion with members of youth group Foróige discussing, materialism, employment skills and job opportunities, the film industry, class inequality and more.

  41. Field recording of young men from the Ballyfermot Horsepower project. The field recording is of a photoshoot workshop with Garrett where the horses and bikes were photographed as part of a branding exercise in Cherry Orchard, to be used as part of their proposal to Dublin City Council.

  42. Young woman discusses Dyslexia, 90's music, how she relates to then landscape, birdwatching and more.

  43. Young woman talks about living in Dublin compared to life in the country, architectural plans for her ideal home, desire to be an architect and difficulties in coping with Dyslexia in third level education.

  44. Young northside Dublin man talks about performing in public of the first time, spirituality, meditation, mental health, fitness, his involvement with Hackathons, being inspired and following Arsenal.

  45. Young man talks about preparing for his final exams, keeping fit, going to the gym, reading poetry, Shakespear and working towards joining the army.

  46. A large group of young people from the north county Dublin discuss religion, self care, sculpture and tattoos.

  47. Two young women discuss work experience, chronic headaches, blogging and over coming mental health issues.

  48. Young woman from IWA talks about, training courses, computer skills, and being a member of the Comhairle na nÓg, (Youth Council).

  49. Young woman from IWA talks about self worth, self confidence, importance of friendship, pain management, taking up boxing, going out dancing.

  50. Group of young people from South Dublin talk about eating cake, survival skills, not being a minor, receiving exam results, studying acting and much more.

  51. Two young men from Sheriff Street, Dublin, talk about living in the city center and their passions such as boxing, football and rap.

  52. Two young women from Sheriff St, Dublin in conversation discuss being youth workers, making art, friendship, spirituality, Allah (aka Alan) and folklore.

  53. A young man and a young man discuss music, MMA fighting, creativity, going to college and the world of social media.

  54. Young politicians discuss what it is to be Irish from a Cultural point of view, the civil service, voting, politics, rich versus poor and much more.

  55. Young woman discusses music, Orange is the new black, Game of Thrones, film making and visiting art galleries.

  56. Young man discusses his passion for guitars, music, gaming music and the possibility of opening up his own music shop.

  57. Young woman discuss her passion for rap music and being a rapper.

  58. You man and woman discuss, martial arts, jiu jitsu, religion, fitness, vegetarianism and more.

  59. Young man discusses boxing, accents and what is important about community.

  60. Young woman discusses freedom, her passion for writing, racism, spirituality and religion and ancient civilisations.

  61. Young man discusses being Irish, politics, law, education and gender conditioning.

  62. A group of young people discuss where they live, art, TV and more.

  63. Young migrant discusses religion.

  64. Young Ghanaian man in conversation about Ghanaian history and his time here in Ireland.

  65. Group of young aspiring politicians discuss cultural identity and what or who inspires them.

  66. Young woman discusses, dealing and overcoming illness, travelling to China, the possibility of being a social worker, playing GAA and more.

  67. A young group from South County Dublin, discuss, music, creativity, having something to say, sexism in the music industry, etc.

  68. Inspirational conversation with a young man who discusses Hip-Hop, producing and releasing his own music, travelling and his life living with depersonalisation.

  69. Group from Dublin City Centre discuss their passions, Music, The Legal System, Football and being a paramedic.

  70. Young man talks about meeting the President of Ireland, his interest in becoming a mechanic and dealing with education and difficulty in getting employment.

  71. Young man and woman talk about politics, left wing ideology, being sight impaired and being a foreign national living in Ireland.

  72. Young woman talks about animation, mixed education and more.

  73. Young people talk about living in the inner city, Ringsend, divisions in the city, food, discrimination in the workplace.

  74. Conversation with young people discussing life after secondary school, ambitions for the future, making life changing decisions and how they party.

  75. Conversation with group of young women talking about, GAA, teaching and travelling.

  76. Young migrants discuss finding paradise, setting goals, learning languages and more.

  77. Young group of migrants debate, food, football, rugby and cricket.

  78. Young group of migrants converse about self belief, hard work, sport and speaking and retaining first languages.

  79. Young woman discusses studying english literature, music, icons, writing and creativity.

  80. Young woman from IWA discusses her interest in broadcast production and technology, her passion around song writing and her ambition to be a sound engineer.

  81. Young woman from the IWA discusses her experiences of how she overcomes discrimination on public transport in Dublin City as a result of using a wheelchair.

  82. Young woman from IWA talks about doing work experience writing, job prospects and how she copes with independence and disability.

  83. Young woman discusses her in interest in Psychology, love of cats, living with Asbergers and how she is looking forward to attending Trinity College Dublin.

  84. Young man discusses his passion for music, rapping, song writing, how music helps him turn negatives into positives and his understanding of superstitions.

  85. Young woman discusses her writing and contribution to HEED FM's poster campaign.

  86. Young German woman living in Irelands talks about her life back in Germany, music, Irish Mysticism, Celtic Culture, what it means to belong somewhere, being German and much more.

  87. Young people from South Dublin, discuss their passions. Fish, geese, growing up on farms, graffiti, music and ambitions.

  88. Young man from The Congo discusses religion, Mathematical science, The Jesuit order, how he was educated, living in Ireland as a migrant and future ambitions.

  89. Young men from Dublin City Centre talk about discrimination and access to third level education, studying sociology and law and how they can affect change.

  90. Young politicians describe and discuss contemporary cultural identity, the Irish language, how they connect with contemporary youth and who inspires them.

  91. Two young people talk about Mathematics, Scouting, Belly Dancing, Irish Literature and much more.

  92. Group of young people from South Dublin discuss social media, the media, how it represents human issues and how actual engagement is more meaningful.

  93. Young group of people from West Dublin talk about church and values, music, worldly music and sing songs for us.



HEED FM was a commissioned work of art by artist Garrett Phelan as part of ART 2016, The Arts Council of Ireland’s celebrations marking the centenary of the Easter Rising in 1916, a seminal moment on Ireland’s journey to independence. It was a 28-day anonymous sound broadcast portrait created through conversations with individuals and groups from all backgrounds, 18–25 inhabiting Dublin, Ireland. ... more

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