We are joined by a man who has spent decades touring the world.
Paddy Moloney of the Chieftains has six grammys, one Oscar and even a performance on The Great Wall of China to his name.
These days, he's cooped up in his house in Dublin.
We all know the small petrol pumps dotted around the country on the edges of footpaths and the side of hilltops.
Derek Mahon wrote about them in his poem.
They've also inspired photographer Stephen Davison and he's penned this radio essay as an ode to petrol pumps.
Neon lights in our towns and cities have been catching our attention over the years. First brought to Ireland in the 1940s 'Why go Bald?" and "The Happy Ring House" will be familiar to many.
But it seems neon lights are enjoying something of a resurgence as Liam Geraghty has been finding out.