There are few individuals it can be said altered the course of World War Two on their own - but one was a Dublin librarian. And he did it, not on the battlefields of France or Japan but, in a room in McKee Barracks on Dublin's North Circular Road. (2017)
Julien Clancy is a freelance radio producer who loves bringing the world into the studio and sharing it on-air with the listener.
In the past he's visited the Fukushima Nuclear Plant in Japan to make a programme about forgotten dogs, scaled 4 of Ireland's most iconic peaks and trawled through the Archives of the National Folklore Collection all in search of a great story.
Julien also likes sharing these stories with live audiences through a series of radio listening events called Sounds Alive which has its very first festival on September 5th/6th.