on Tuesday's show.....a run-down of the greatest albums you'll NEVER hear, the latest novel from Haruki Murakami and reviews from the Dublin Theatre Festival tonight features Pan PanTheatre's re-imagining of Checkhov's "The Seagull"
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Sorcha Kenny and Shaun Dunne review this week's films 'The Heat', 'Red 2' and 'The Conjuring' which are all released this weekend.
Dublin band Glimmermen perform live in studio with interview by Seán Rocks. The band's new album is called 'I'm Dead' which they'll preview in Tower Records on Dublin's Wicklow Street on Friday August 9th while the album launch will be at Whelans of Wexford Street in Dublin on Saturday August 10th - www.glimmermen.com.
Author John McAllister on his book 'The Station Sergeant' which is set in Ballymena in the late 1950's. The book is Published by Portnoy Press.
'Bring your Limericks to Limerick' is a competition being organised as part of the Tailteann Nua festival which takes place this weekend - in Limerick.
Donal Dineen on Giorgio Moroder who has been added to this year's Electric Picnic line-up.
Abie Philbin Bowman on this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival which runs from August 2nd to 26th.
Presenter: Seán Rocks