Daily arts and popular culture show.
Alan Corr of RTE Ten with the latest arts and entertainment news.
Sinead Gleeson with the latest paperbacks including Longbourn by Jo Baker, Claire Messud's The Woman Upstairs, A Permanent Member of the Family by Russell Banks, Dalkey Archives Best European Fiction Anthology, How to Be A Heroine - or What I've Learned from Reading Too Much by Samantha Ellis, How to read a Novelist by John Freeman, Janet Malcolm - Forty-One False Starts - Essays on Artists and Writers and Sounds Like London: 100 Years of Black Music in the Capital by Lloyd Bradley.
Sonya Kelly reads her piece 'On the Side'. Sonya's show 'Care' is at Dublin's Project Arts Centre from Thursday February 20th.
'Teenage' is a new documentary directed by Matt Wolf. Co-Writer Jon Savage joins Seán Rocks. The film is currently showing at Dublin's IFI - www.ifi.ie.
Aoife Barry and Simon Barry review this week's albums 'Feels Like Home' from Sheryl Crow, Ásgeir with 'In The Silence' and 'Too True' from Dum Dum Girls.
Alan Corr with Arts and Entertainment News, Sinead Gleeson on the latest paperbacks, Sonya Kelly on eating out and Jon Savage on the documentary 'Teenage'.
Presenter: Seán Rocks