coming up on Monday's show...Kraftwerk take their work into art galleries, Pulitzer Prize-winner Elizabeth Strout chats about her latest novel "Anything Is Possible", a review of "A Ton of Malice: The Half-Life of an Irish Punk in London" by Barry McKinley and Loah live in session
'Fairy Tales: Early Colour Stencil Films from Pathé'
John Byrne discusses a new DVD release 'Fairy Tales: Early Colour Stencil Films from Pathé' which looks at the 'trick film' where the music halls and vaudeville theatres were trawled for the most fantastical acts. It's released by the BFI and is available now.
Edel Coffey and Simon Maher review this week's new album releases with Seán Rocks: 'Opposites' from Scottish band Biffy Clyro, 'Stone Beads and Silver' from Irish musician Marc Carroll and 'Hummingbird', the second album from Local Natives.