on Wednesday's programme we welcome the regular Nighthawks Arts Collective into studio, with a variety of music, poetry, comedy and song from emerging Irish artists
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Pauline Hall launches Arena's Clerihews competition. A Clerihews is similar to a Limerick with a specific rhyming scheme, beginning with a person's name, and is 4 lines in length. Pauline Hall's Fundit campaign is on www.fundit.ie - search 'Cream of the Milk'.
Carmel Winters on her new play 'Best Man'. For performance dates the websites are www.everymancork.com, www.corkmidsummer.com and www.projectsartscentre.ie.
Ben Reel performs 'Could've Been' live in studio. The website for tour dates is www.benreel.com.
Seán Rocks reads samples of Arena listeners' Clerihews competition entries.
Abie Philbin Bowman on the Cork Midsummer Festival. The full programme is available on www.corkmidsummer.com.
Elayne Harrington and John Meagher review this week's new album releases 'Yeezus' from Kanye West, 'Born Sinner' from J Cole and 'Ice on the Dune' from Empire of the Sun with Seán Rocks.
Pauline Hall announces the winner of Arena's Clerihews competition - Moírín O'Donovan from Loughrea in County Galway for her entry 'James Gandolfini, deftly played a meanie, murder, cheat and con, he remains the Don'.