on Friday's show.....suggestions for gifts for the music lover in your life, a celebration of Irish design, the Lena Dunham memoir that has caused a stir and the little Star of Bethlehem re-imagined for the theatre
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Alan Corr of RTE Ten with the latest Arts and Entertainment news.
Abie Philbin Bowman on the heroines in Woody Allen films ahead of the release of his new film 'Blue Jasmine' which is released in Ireland on Friday September 27th.
Little Bear perform 'The Few and Far Between' and 'Resonance' live in studio with interview by Evelyn O'Rourke. The band play Whelans in Dublin on October 3rd, The Limelight In Belfast on October 4th and The Nerve Centre in Derry on October 5th.
Damian Fox and James Walmsley of Comedy Rock Band Dead Cat Bounce on their farewell gig at Vicar Street in Dublin on Friday 20th September and the screening of their award-winning Mockumentary 'Discoverdale' at Dublin's IFI on Saturday 21st September. The band are on Twitter Page @deadcatbounceie.
Jim Carroll on the rise of Superstar DJ's including Calvin Harris and David Guetta.
Ronald Samm on his lead role in 'Orpheus'. This production re-interprets Gluck's opera 'Orfeo ed Eurydice' for a contemporary audience and opens at The Everyman Theatre in Cork on Sunday the 22nd of September and runs for five performances only until September 28th. Tickets available on www.everymancork.com.
Presenter: Seán Rocks