The London Ear Show 263 // Janet Behan + Mundy

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Hello! Hope you’re all having a lovely weekend. I’ve a couple of fantastic guests on the show for you today. Actor and writer, Janet Behan and singer songwriter, Mundy.

Interview with Janet Behan

Janet Behan

It was lovely to chat to Janet and chat about her play ‘Why Shouldn’t I Go?’ which you can catch at the London Irish Centre on November 14-16.

Directed by Jessica Higgs, it tells the story of three very different Irish women and the effect religion has had on their lives and their rights as a woman.

Janet’s uncle was the late Brendan Behan, about whom she wrote her play, ‘Brendan at the Chelsea’. It starred Adrian Dunbar and toured to London, Belfast, New York and of course, Dublin.

You can find out more about the play on Facebook. You can get tickets on Eventbrite.

Interview with Mundy


Mundy is one of those artists that I’ve always wanted to chat to but for some reason, I haven’t. Especially when he happens to be one one of my favourite film’s soundtrack.

I really loved this chat about his career, Romeo + Juliet, loves, life, and what he does to chill out.

Mundy plays Lost Lane in Dublin at the end of the month. Keep up with his live dates on his website. You can keep up with him on Insta, Facebook, Twitter and listen to his music on Spotify.

The London Ear 263 // Oct 19 2019 Playlist

Here’s what was on the playlist for today’s episode of The London Ear.
1. State Lights: Open Your Arms
2. Interview with Janet Behan
3. Rumi: Come Down
4. Interview with Mundy (Part 1)
5. Mundy: To You I Bestow
6. Interview with Mundy (Part 2)
7. Mundy: Beaconette
8. Interview with Mundy (Part 3)
9. Mundy: Mexico
10. Darce: Get Out (Instrumental)

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