on Friday's show.....reviews of the latest albums from Tom Petty, Jenny Lewis and Beck, the artist Joe Caslin explains the inspiration for his large-scale public installation 'Our Nations Sons' and chat with the spoken-word poet Erin Fornoff
Daily arts and popular culture show, presented by Evelyn O'Rourke.
One Direction: This is Us directed by Morgan Spurlock; The Way Way Back from the same directors as Little Miss Sunshine and Juno (Nat Faxon and Jim Rash); and You're Next, an American horror film directed by Adam Wingard.
Radio essay about X Factor written by Alan Corr.
Building on the award winning-success of "I Heart Alice Heart I" and "Eternal Rising of the Sun", playwright Amy Conroy has written a new play about a staff-room of embattled Teachers. "Break" opens next week, as part of this year's Dublin Fringe Festival.
Saucy Sundays takes place in The Grand Social on Liffey St, just off the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin every Sunday night from 5.00 til 11.00 p.m. 8 bands or musicians are given a 30 minute slot to showcase their original material and it's free in.