Arena Friday 2 August 2013

coming up on Thursday's show....the exceptional sound of bodhrán-player Aimée Farrell Courtney, a look at why "The Light-Makers" by Mary O’Donnell caused such a stir when it was first published 25 years ago, the exclusive first-play on RTÉ Radio 1 of the new single from Mick Jagger and films for review include The Big Sick, 47 Metres Down and Girls Trip

 

Arena

Arena

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'Bring Your Limericks to Limerick'

Dr Matthew Potter has written a book about the history of the limerick which will be launched at the Tailteann Nua Festival.

Welcome to Drogheda

Welcome to Drogheda is a work by artist Fergal McCarthy, which begins in the Highlanes Gallery on August 14th & Fergal joined Sean live in studio.

Album Reviews

Civil Wars self-titled titled 2nd album, Neon from Jay Sean and Swim Deep's debut Where the Heaven Are We. Edel Coffey & Niall Byrne join Sean live in studio.

Music Played on the Show

Lose Yourself To Dance (Radio Edit)

Lose Yourself To Dance (Radio Edit)

Daft Punk Feat Pharrell Williams

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