on Friday's show...a profile of one of the world's great female crime-writers Agathie Christie, reviews of the IMPAC shortlist continues with the novel "K" by Bernardo Kucinski and the latest albums from Shamir, The Vaccines and Ash
Daily arts and popular culture show.
A new play 'Nirbhaya' has opened at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (www.edfringe.com) which explores the real life gang rape and murder of Indian student Jyoti Singh Pandey in Delhi in December, 2012 and explores the issue of sexual violence in India. Writer and Director Yael Farber joins Seán Rocks.
Fringe veteran Sonya Kelly on the 19th Dublin Fringe Festival - www.fringefest.com.
Sinead Gleeson reviews 'Stoner' by John Williams which was written almost 50 years ago but is storming up the bestsellers lists. The Publishers are Vintage Press.
Grammy award-winning Soprano Dawn Upshaw joins Seán Rocks. Dawn Upshaw performs at St. Canice's Cathedral in Kilkenny on Friday August 16th
Declan Long on 'Shaping Identities Together' which runs until the 13th of October at The National Print Museum in Dublin. The website is www.nationalprintmuseum.ie.
John McDonagh of the website www.irishdrumnbass.com on Sony's 'Drum and Bass' Classics which is out now.
Presenter: Seán Rocks