on Friday's show we celebrate all that's terrifying in the worlds of literature, cinema and music. What exactly is it that frightens us? Why is it such a powerful emotion and why do we seem to love it?
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Alan Corr joins Seán Rocks with the latest Arts and Entertainment News.
Eithne Shortall reviews the book 'Longbourn: Pride and Prejudice the Servants' Story by Jo Baker is published by Doubleday.
Evelyn O'Rourke reports on 'Animus' at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival. The website for further information is www.fringefest.com.
Abie Philbin Bowman on this year's Culture Night and events around the country on Friday September 20th. Arena will broadcast from Dublin's Meeting House Square from 7pm to 10pm - www.culturenight.ie.
Poet Karl Parkinson joins Seán Rocks and reads from his latest poetry collection 'Litany of the City'. The Publishers are Wurm Press.
John Byrne discusses this week's Classic Movie - Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' with Seán Rocks. The film was released in 1954 and stars Grace Kelly and James Stewart.
Tony Clayton-Lea on two re-issued compilations from The Clash - 'Hits Back' and the more deluxe 'Sound System'.
Presenter: Seán Rocks