Emer McLysaght and Alan Corr review this week's new album releases 'The Fifth' from Dizzee Rascal, 'Days Are Gone' from Haim and 'Aventine' from Agnes Obel.
Jim Carroll on a new book celebrating the influence of black musicians 'Sounds Like London: 100 Years of Black Music in the Capital' by Lloyd Bradley. The Publishers are Serpent's Tail.
A new documentary shows the lives of the band 'The Cujo Family'. The film is called 'Where The Blue Flowers Grow' and is being shown as part of the Stranger Than Fiction festival at the IFI in Dublin this week. Film-maker Isolda Heavey and Will Slattery and Gav McCabe of The Cujo Family join Seán Rocks and perform 'Mind Game'
Ronald Samm on his lead role in 'Orpheus'. This production re-interprets Gluck's opera 'Orfeo ed Eurydice' for a contemporary audience and opens at The Everyman Theatre in Cork on Sunday the 22nd of September and runs for five performances only until September 28th. Tickets available on www.everymancork.com.
Presenter: Seán Rocks