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.
Abie Philbin Bowman with tonight's Arts and Entertainment News including the announcement of Monty Python live shows -www.montypythonlive.com.
Barry Norman on his memoir 'See you in the Morning' which is Published by Doubleday.
Film Director Arnaud Desplechin on his film 'Jimmy P - Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian' as part of the Carte Noir French Film Festival at Dublin's IFI - www.ifi.ie.
Author Hannah Kent on her love for the music of Laura Marling. Hannah Kent's latest book is called 'Burial Rites' which is Published by MacMillan.
Roe McDermott and Chris Wasser review this week's new film releases 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire', 'Parkland' and 'The Family'.
Presenter: Seán Rocks