Arena With Seán Rocks

    Monday - Friday 7-8pm

    on Friday's show....a new case brings a depressed and disgraced Sherlock Holmes out of hiding in "Art In The Blood" by Bonnie MacBird, artist Rita Duffy recreates a shop owned by Proclamation signatoryTom Clarke in an examination of how ordinary objects can become ‘souvenirs’ after a significant event like 1916, plus reviews of the latest albums from Beyoncé, Brian Eno and Travis

    on Bank Holiday Monday.....a special to mark International Labour Day, celebrating the art, music, theatre and books created on the theme of work and labour in the company of arts journalist Sinead Gleeson, poet Dave Lordan, singer Barry Gleeson and author Lisa McInerney

    Arena Tuesday 29 January 2013

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    Arena Wednesday 29th January 2013

    Daily arts and popular culture show.

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    Georges Melies - A Trip To The Moon

    One of the most important films ever made - now one hundred and 11 years ago, is 'A Trip To The Moon' by Georges Melies. It is 16 minutes long and was made only six years after the birth of film. John Byrne on Georges Melies 'A Trip to the Moon' which is available now on DVD.

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    Theatre - Scorpion

    Report by Audrey Donohue on a new play 'Scorpion'. Written by John McDwyer and Presented by the BeezKneez Theatre Company, the play follows three Property Sales Managers while they wait to meet their company's new director. The websites for further information are www.roscommonartscentre.ie and wwwbackstage.ie.

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    Poetry - Elaine Feeney

    Elaine Feeney performs 'The Polish Have Caused a Crash' from the Poetry CD 'Cinderella Backwards'. The CD can be bought online at www.poetrygirls.com.

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