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Alan Corr of RTE Ten with tonight's Arts and Entertainment News.
Author Andrew Hughes on his debut novel 'The Convictions of John Delahunt' which is Published by Doubleday Ireland.
Jim Carroll on a new book celebrating the influence of black musicians 'Sounds Like London: 100 Years of Black Music in the Capital' by Lloyd Bradley. The Publishers are Serpent's Tail.
Marcus Youssef and James Long on 'Winners and Losers' the title of a play about friendship and the rivalries and tensions that can arise between two friends. It is on at the Project Arts Centre from Thursday September 26th as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival - www.dublintheatrefestival.com.
Artist Sam Keogh on his new exhibition 'Mop' at Dublin's Kerlin Gallery which is inspired by Oscar The Grouch from TV's Sesame Street.
A new documentary shows the lives of the band 'The Cujo Family'. The film is called 'Where The Blue Flowers Grow' and is being shown as part of the Stranger Than Fiction festival at the IFI in Dublin this week. Film-maker Isolda Heavey and Will Slattery and Gav McCabe of The Cujo Family join Seán Rocks and perform 'Mind Game'
Presenter: Seán Rocks