Garrett Phelan, artist01/26/15
Garrett Phelan explains the mythical inspiration for his latest exhibition “A Voodoo Free Phenomenon”, opening soon at the Project Arts Centre
"Cowboys and Indies" by Gareth Murphy
Gareth Murphy, author of “Cowboys and Indies: The Epic History of the Record Industry” (published by Serpents Tail)
"Emerald Germs" from Livin' Dred Theatre
Padraic McIntyre and Aaron Monaghan, founders of Livin' Dred Theatre, talk about their latest production “Emerald Germs”, an adaptation of the Pat McCabe novel "Emerald Germs Of Ireland"
Digital Biscuit film & technology forum
Birch Hamilton, founder and Tom Conroy, film production designer talk about this year’s Digital Biscuit international film & technology forum
with Alan Corr - death announced of Greek singer Demis Roussos, anti-Muslim threats increase since release of film "American Sniper", James Blunt comes last in list of tickets sales at Dublin's 3 Arena last year
Will Boast: Epilogue
Epilogue is the stunning account of a young man’s struggle to understand all that he has lost and found, and to forge a new life for himself along the way.
Rick O'Shea and The Poetry Programme
Rick O'Shea is the presenter of the new weekly Poetry Programme on RTE Radio1 starting on 24 January at 7.30pm. He talks to Seán about his new show.
Play: Over the Wire
Over the Wire is the name of a play written by Seamus Keenan which was originally commissioned for the Derry City of Culture program in 2013.
Dublin band Subplots are live in studio Subplots are Phil Boughton and Daryl Chaney and they’re joined on drums by Daryl’s brother Ross Chaney. ‘Autumning’, the new album from Subplots, will be launched on Friday, 30th January, at the Workman’s Club...
The Kevin Institute of a Better You is a new essay from Kevin Gildea
Book Review + Review of Wolf Hall
The Girl on the Train is the debut novel from Paula Hawkins. Described as a modern “Rear Window”, it centres on a woman fantasising about the people living in the homes that she passes on her daily commute. Declan Burke has been reading it for us. He...
Three new movies up for review: an 80’s New York Crime drama A Most Violent Year, futuristic thriller Ex Machina starring Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac, and a remake of the 1970s film The Gambler starring Mark Wahlberg. Brogen Hayes and Chris...
Essay: Baz Jan Ader
Sara Baum's essay is about a Dutch conceptual artist, performance artist, photographer and filmmaker who lived in Los Angeles for the last twelve years of his life before he set sail from the US to the Netherlands and disappeared.
‘The Boxing Diaries’ is a new exhibition from artist Sarah Walker. This series of paintings explores the sport of boxing but from a particular perspective. Sarah joins the programme from our Cork studio...
Dennis O'Driscoll's Poems
Two years ago, the poet Dennis O’Driscoll died on Christmas Eve. He had published 9 collections of poetry as well as a series of interviews with his friend and colleague Seamus Heaney, “Stepping Stones”. Dennis O’Driscoll’s final collection of poetry,...
Pan Pan Mentoring
Pan Pan Theatre have instigated a new Mentoring Programme for artists who have an idea for a song, a film or play which they want to develop; all art begins with one person and the germ of an idea. This year’s mentor Tim Crouch and one of the...
Book Review: Quarantine
Louisa Cameron of Raven Books bookshop runs book groups and clubs for people of all ages. She has chosen the book ‘Quarantine’ by Jim Crace as a ‘great read’ and she’s in studio to discuss it.
Theatre of War Symposium
The Theatre of War is a Symposium launching this Thursday at the Abbey Theatre which includes talks, panel discussions, readings and performances examining how Conflict is represented on Stage
The Rooms is the latest collection of poetry from Dublin-based poet Peter Sirr who is in studio to talk about his work
Hailed as a prodigy in 2004 at the young age of 11 having been a finalist in the BBC’s Young Musician of the Year, he was named by the Telegraph as one of the Top 10 Britons of 2012. He returns to the National Concert Hall in Dublin this Sunday as...
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