on Friday's show....Jackie Fox and Simon Maher review "44/876" from Sting and Shaggy; "Treasures from the Temple" from Thievery Corporation; and "Primal Heart" from Kimbra; interview with author Lionel Shriver about her new book, "Property: A Collection"; and Alan Corr reflects on his early vinyl-buying ahead of Record Store Day.
Donal O'Kelly joins Seán Rocks to disuss his solo show about Shell Corrib gas project which opens at the Model in Sligo on Thursday. It's called Ailliliú Fionnuala and the website for further information is www.donalokellyproductions.com
Ruth Barton discusses tonight's Classic Movie 'The Butcher Boy' with Seán Rocks. Made in 1997, the film is a story of a boy who lives in his own fantasy world to escape his own reality. The Director is Neil Jordan.
Liz and Denis Roche on the dance production 'Body & Forgetting which is at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin until the 2nd of February and then tours to Longford, Sligo, Cork, then onto Kilkenny and then Limerick. For more details the website is www.lizrochedancecompany.com