Liz Nolan's Classic Drive
Culture File: Stone Carvers and Car Crushing10/15/14
Crushing Sean Fitzpatrick's beamer & John Ruskin's taste for Irish stone carving, in part 2 of our interview with artist, Sean Lynch.
Culture File - DeLorean- Sean Lynch
Exploring the many afterlives of the Delorean DMC12, with Ireland's representative at the 2015 Venice Biennale, Sean Lynch.
Culture File - Music in Tallaght Hospital
The arts program at Tallaght Hospital regularly stages musical encounters, but also commissions new music exploring illness, such as Stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease.
Culture File: Bob Marley as Gaeilge
Liam O'Maonlai and friends sings the songs of Bob Marley....as Gaeilge, in Amhráin Na Saoirse.
Culture File: Ensemble Eriu
Some describe Ensemble Ériu as a Minimalist jazz-trad septet. But that's just the sort of thing some people would do.
Culture File: Harry Clarke in Ballinrobe
Among the lilacs, the greens, the scarlets & the deep, deep blues of Harry Clarke’s stained glass at St Mary’s Church in Ballinrobe.
Culture File: Limerick Electronic Music Festival
If you felt the earth move last weekend, it could be down to the sub-bass activities of Limerick "beats" music festival, Prima Volta.
Culture File - George Fleeton
Apple Genius Bar v. Così fan tutte: evolving standards of genius, with Mozart commentator, George Fleeton.
Culture File: Designing Against Extremism
Could areas such as graphic design, branding & even performance art produce new ways of combating extremism?
Culture File: Branding in Terrorism
The growing importance of branding in terrorism, with author and counter-terrorism analyst, Artur Beifuss.
Culture File: Comedy Podcasts
There is no downside for comedians starting podcasts. Or is there? Gearoid Farrelly on the world of the laughcast. (Part 2 of 2)
Culture File - Podcasting Comic
Irish comic, Gearoid Farrelly, on the exploding world of the comedian podcast.
Culture File - Tim Crouch
Tim Crouch examines the fine print on the contract between audience and performer at the theatre.
Culture File - Arts to Business
What's behind the recent demise of many of Dublin's independent art spaces?
Culture File: Tiki Pop
Tiki Pop writer and curator, Sven Kirsten, on Don the Beachcomber and his rival Vic the Trader - once kings of the tiki scene.
Culture File - Tiki Pop
“America Imagines Its Own Polynesian Paradise” in new book and an exhibition of the 20th century style urban archeologist, Sven Kirsten, calls Tiki Pop.
Culture Night: Data Driven Artefacts
Feel the homicide rate with CIT's Trevor Hogan, whose "data driven artefacts" make data you can touch.
Culture File: Dublin's Swastika Laundry
Dublin's Swastika Laundry (by way of Heinrich Boll and Charles Manson) as Luke McManus continues his search for Nazi branding gold.
Culture File: Infamous Branding
Luke McManus to investigate the enduring power to communicate of some of history’s most infamous branding.
Culture File: Emer McBride's Words on Stage
Eimear McBride’s syntactically promiscuous, but steadfastly prizewinning debut novel has defeated many. But not Corn Exchange Theatre Co.
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