Media and Interviews

Media

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Radio and TV

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Recorded Talks

Wrote and presented five CD’s:

  • Ideas: The God Who May Be, Edited and Produced by David Cayley, CBC, Canada, 2006
  • Imagination Now, American College of Greece, Athens, 2005
  • Desire: between Good and Evil, WBUR, Boston, 2005
  • Empathic Imagination: The Importance of Being Elsewhere, Palais des Congrès , Montreal, 2004
  • Narrative Medicine, Palais de Congrès, Montreal, 2004

Wrote a screenplay entitled Once Upon a Story (two hour documentary to be directed by Terre Nash and produced by Richard Elson, Imageries Productions, Montreal)

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Print Media

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Films and Documentaries

  • Produced or co-produced the following Guestbook documentaries. All viewable at www.guestbookproject.com
    • The Hill at Georgetown (2013)
    • Facing the Stranger: Beyond the Wall (2012)
    • Under a Strange Sun (2012)
    • Facing Strangers Across the Divide: Mitrovica (2011)
    • Beyond the Walls: Derry/Londonderry (2011)
    • Crosstalk: Jerusalem (2011)
    • Reconciling Strangers (2010)
    • Welcoming the Stranger: Bangalore (2010)
    • At the Edge of the World: Skellig Islands (2010)
    • Imagining the Stranger (2009)
    • Songs of Sacred Eros (2008)
  • Wrote and co-presented five Television series and four radio series for Irish, British and French broadcasting companies (RTE, BBC, FRANCE CULTURE). For details see under Public Intellectual Activities in CV.
  • Wrote and co-directed (with Michael Kearney) a short film entitled, The Dance , which was awarded first prize for best first short at the International Film Festival in Cork, Ireland, 1974.
  • Wrote and presented a DVD entitled, Strangers, Aliens and Monsters (2001), co-produced by Boston College, Irish Film School (UCD), Lancaster University (AV and Politics), Leuven, Belgium (Philosophy), The American College of Greece and the European University Institute (Florence). The 80 minute documentary also features interviews by the author with Paul Ricoeur, Julia Kristeva, Umberto Eco and Charles Taylor. It has been screened in eight countries to date and is the centerpiece of an International Intervarsity Seminar involving six Universities in North America and Europe.

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