on Friday's show we celebrate all that's terrifying in the worlds of literature, cinema and music. What exactly is it that frightens us? Why is it such a powerful emotion and why do we seem to love it?
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Political Protest Songs in America during the 1940s with Ollie Cole.
The Mighty Stef are launching their vinyl EP tomorrow night, January 31st, at their gig in Whelan’s on Wexford Street here in Dublin and they're launching it exclusively on vinyl.
Phil Lynch reads his poem, Progress.
The Liz Roche Company specialises in contemporary dance and next week the company brings its new show 'Interloper' out on the road across Ireland.
Evelyn O’Rourke went along to rehearsals in Dance house on Foley Street to find out more.
Sinéad Gleeson and Brian Lloyd review The Armstrong Lie, Lone Survivor and Out of the Furnace.
The Armstrong Lie is a documentary chronicling cycling legend Lance Armstrong's rise and fall from grace, Lone Survivor is the new Mark Wahlberg film, the true life tale of a navy SEAL operation in Afghanistan, and Out of The Furnace is the second film from Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper.
Abie Philbin Bowman with tonight's Arts News.
Presenter: Seán Rocks