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.
Alan Corr of RTE Ten with tonight's Arts and Entertainment News.
Jackie Nickerson on the 56th World Press Photo Exhibition at the CHQ Building in Dubln. The exhibition runs until December 22nd - www.worldpressphoto.org.
Evelyn O'Rourke on 200 years of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. The latest production of Pride and Prejudice runs until January 14th at Dublin's Gate Theatre - www.gatetheatre.ie.
Jim Carroll on the biography 'Johnny Cash: The Life' by Robert Hilburn which is Published by Weidenfeld.
John Byrne on UK Cartoonist Ralph Steadman's 'Proud to be Weirrd' which is Published by Ammo Books.
Ruth Barton on the depiction of sex and the diversity of sexual relationships in films such as Brokeback Mountain and The Mother.
Alan Corr with tonight's Arts and Entertainment News, Jackie Nickerson on the World Press Photo Exhibitiion, Evelyn O'Rourke on Pride and Prejudice, John Byrne on UK Cartoonist Ralph Steadman and Ruth Barton on sexual relationships in films.
Presenter: Seán Rocks