on Tuesday's show.......a documentary portrait of one of the 20th century's great artists David Hockney, a review of "Funny Girl" the latest Nick Hornby novel and there's music from singer/songwriter Peter Doran
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Arena will be coming from The Hay Festival in Kells on Friday June 28th. One of the guests will be Germaine Greer. Listeners are invited to e-mail their questions for Germaine Greer to email@example.com.
Michael Clifford on his new book 'The Deal'. The book is about a 'growhouse' in Kerry - using the remote house to cultivate marijuana for commercial sale. The Publishers are Hachette Books Ireland.
Mary McGill reviews 'The House We Grew Up In' by Lisa Jewell with Seán Rocks. The Publishers are Century.
Ruth Barton discusses this week's Classic Movie - Gilda' from 1946 starring Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford.
The opening lines from 'Ending It' by Sean Kenny, read by Aaron Monaghan. The story won third prize in the Francis MacManus short story competition and will be broadcast on Wednesday evening as part of a season of the 25 short-listed stories in this year's competition. All the stories will run nightly June 24th at 11.10pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Presenter: Seán Rocks