What is HeadStuff?
What is HeadStuff?
HeadStuff is a collaborative hub for the creative and the curious. It is made up of three complementary parts: our award-winning website, our wonderful podcast network, and our state-of-the-art studios.
HeadStuff was built a platform for the creative and the curious. We started way back in 2010 with HeadStuff.org and that eventually led to our first podcast The HeadStuff Podcast. With a studio in Dublin we slowly developed a roster of some of the most interesting and creative podcasters in Ireland. We’re lucky enough to have picked up a few awards along the way too! We work as a creative collective out of The Podcast Studios in Dublin, Ireland.
Meet the Team
The HPN is Ireland’s largest podcast network. Currently hosting nearly 30 shows, ranging in topics from comedy, music, politics and social justice to food, pop culture and languages – we have something for everyone. HPN is a platform to share great ideas with the world.
The Podcast Studios is Dublin’s podcasting hub and the home of the HeadStuff Podcast Network. Here, in our state-of-the-art studios in the centre of Dublin, HPN shows are recorded, edited, and promoted. But we do lots more! We make podcasts for everyone – from hobbyists and small business owners to charities, arts groups, multinational corporations, and government organisations. Whatever you need, we can work with you to help tell your story in a professional and engaging way.
The HeadStuff website is an award-winning arts and culture site with reviews, news, and opinions on everything from film and music to gaming, science, current affairs. We all spend so much of our time clicking through reams of content and sometimes not reading anything of interest at all. HeadStuff is all about putting buckets of interesting stuff in one place. So it’s easy for you to find and enjoy high quality content from our wonderful contributors. We get up every morning to make your daily journey through the internet more interesting and productive. We’re all about the quality, and support good writing and reading.