The Green Room
The mystery of a brilliant street photographer07/10/14
The New York Times called her one of America's most insightful street photographers but who was she? Producer of new film, Finding Vivian Maier, Charlie Siskel explains
Earthship perform on The Green Room
Five piece band Earthship perform in studio and chat to Orla about their new EP Proximity Effect
Samuel Vas-Y performs live in studio
The multilingual Samuel Vas-Y performs two songs in studio and chats to Orla about his upcoming gigs.
Cold In July writer-I thought this day might never come
The writer of Cold in July, Joe R Lansdale talks to Orla about the battle to get his book adapted to screen and working with Michael C Hall, Don Johnson and Sam Shepard
Model and actress remembered for her life not death
Sharon Tate, model and actress was brutally murdered by followers of Charles Manson in 1969. Her sister Debra Tate tells Orla about a new book celebrating Sharon's life
Screenwriter reacts to Viggo Mortensen's comments
Oscar nominated screenwriter Josh Olson talks to Orla about the film A History of Violence and critical comments actor Viggo Mortensen made about his script.
Caitlin Moran on sex, abortion and her latest book
Writer Caitlin Moran joined Orla on The Green Room where they discussed teenage fascination about sex, her abortion experience and her latest book How To Build A Girl
A very different view of the World Cup
Beautiful images of Rio's residents make up Marc Ohrem Leclef's book Olympic Favela. But it's a dark tale of forcible evictions prior to the World Cup. Marc talks to Orla
If you remember it, you probably weren't there
The iconic Sir Henrys attracted DJs and dance music lovers in their droves in the early 90's. Ray Scannell brings us back to the club's heady nights with his play Deep
In The Willows perform on The Green Room
In The Willows talk to Orla about their latest EP Vantage Point and perform two songs in studio
Daniel Day Lewis reflects on playing Gerry Conlon
Following the death of Gerry Conlon, The Green Room hears Daniel Day Lewis' reflections on Conlon, whom he played on screen in the film In The Name Of The Father
Why does Liam Neeson love making action thrillers?
It's Liam Neeson's latest action thriller. Director of Non-Stop Jaume Collet-Serra talks to Orla about Neeson's love of action movies and working with the Irish actor
The Dog - The real John Wojtowicz played by Al Pacino
Al Pacino played him in the film Dog Day Afternoon but who was the real John Wojtowicz? Directors of new film The Dog Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren explain
What did the biggest mass protest in history achieve?
Damon Albarn, Noam Chompksy, Mark Rylance are among those featured in the new film We Are Many about the biggest protest ever in 2003. Director Amir Amirani talks to Orla
The band that knocked Imelda May off the top slot
Goldfish Syndrome, the east Cork band that tore up the ITunes charts, knocking Imelda May off the top slot talk to Orla about their success and perform two songs
What's in store at the Clonmel Junction Festival
Artistic Director of the Clonmel Junction Festival David Teevan joins The Green Room to tell Orla what's in store from July 4th-July 13th next.
Writer Lean Cullinan on new novel The Living
You can't throw a stone in Lean Cullinan's family without hitting an artist. The author tells Orla about coming from a background of writers and her new novel The Living
I'm A Communist Too"- Kammerpop on The Green Room
7 piece group Kammerpop perform on The Green Room ahead of their performances at Body and Soul Festival and Castlepalooza
Gary Numan on a life in music and surviving depression
Singer Gary Numan talks to Orla about his life in music, moving to LA and his struggle with depression. He plays a one off Irish gig at the Body and Soul festival
The Best Sports movies to go with your World Cup fun
Movie director Steven Benedict discusses the best sports movies in cinema history with Orla on The Green Room. In case you feel there isn't enough sport to watch..
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