on Friday's show....the groundbreaking 'Twin Peaks' returns to television, the latest albums from Passion Pit, Alabama Shakes and The Wombats and an exhibition in one of the world's pre-eminent modern art galleries honouring Bjork
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Tara Flynn and Brian Lloyd review this week's new film releases 'The Wolverine', 'Frances Ha' and 'Blackfish' with Seán Rocks.
James Shapiro on William Shakepeare's relationship with Ireland. James Shapiro's latest book is called '1599: A Year in the life of William Shakespeare' which is Published by Faber & Faber. James Shapiro will be in conversation with Fintan O'Toole at this year's Kilkenny Arts Festival on August 10th - www.kilkennyartsfestival.ie.
Tommy Tiernan, one of the acts at this weekend's Vodafone Comedy Festival at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens. Full details on www.vodafonecomedy.com.
Ciarán Ryan reports on the 2nd annual 'Make a Move Festival of Hip Hop and Urban Culture' in Limerick which takes place this weekend (www.makeamove.ie).
Declan Burke with a round-up of the latest crime fiction books including 'Holy Orders' by Benjamin Black (Mantle), 'The Twelfth Apartment' by William Ryan (Mantle), 'Bad Monkey' by Carl Hiaasen (Sphere), 'The Kill Room' by Jeffrey Deaver (Hodder & Stoughton), 'The Ghost Riders of Ordebec' by Fred Vargas (Harvill Secker), 'Alex' by Pierre LeMaitre (MacLehose Press), 'The Frozen Dead' by Bernard Minier (Jean-Claude Izzo), 'The Red Road' by Denise Mina (Orion) and 'The Cuckoo's Calling' by Robert Galbraith AKA JK Rowling (Sphere).
Presenter: Seán Rocks