on Friday's show we celebrate all that's terrifying in the worlds of literature, cinema and music. What exactly is it that frightens us? Why is it such a powerful emotion and why do we seem to love it?
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Charlene Lydon, Programmer at Dublin's Lighthouse Cinema, on this year's Cannes Film Festival. www.irishfilmboard.ie for details of the Irish films at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
SOAK (AKA Bridie Monds-Watson) performs 'Doorstep' and 'Explosion' live in studio with interview by Seán Rocks. SOAK plays Dublin's Peppercanister Church on June 19th - www.ticketmaster.ie for tickets.
Actor Patrick Cronin on his role in 'Death of a Salesman' at Cork's Everyman Palace Theatre - www.everymancork.com.
Jim Carroll on the new book on the music of Nashville, Tennessee 'Air Castle of the South: WSM and the Making of Music City' by Craig Havighurst which is published by the University of Illinois Press.
Dan Brown will be in conversation with Seán Rocks on Monday May 20th at Dublin's National Concert Hall as part of this year's Dublin Writer's Festival. For tickets log onto www.nch.ie or www.dublinwritersfestival.com
Sinead Gleeson with a roundup of the latest paperbacks including Mohsin Hamed's 'How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia' (Hamish Hamilton), 'Beautiful Ruins' by Jess Walter (Penguin), 'The Flame Throwers' by Rachel Kushner (Harvill Secker), The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion (Penguin) and 'Marry Me' by Dan Rhodes (Canongate).
Presenter: Seán Rocks