on Friday's show.......reviews of the latest albums from AC/DC, Take That and the Wu Tang Clan, a new collection of crime stories centering on Belfast and a call-out for new scripts for radio dramas
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Benjamin Black is the crime writing alter-ego of John Banville. Banville is regarded as one of Ireland's finest novelists. The Black Eyed Blonde is a novel featuring Raymond Chandler's creation Philip Marlowe, a private eye who worked in Los Angeles during the 1940s and 1950s and John joined Seán in studio.
The Fire station was set up 21 years ago in the North East inner city of Dublin and subsidised residential studios that provide self-contained, secure living and working spaces for professional visual artists. Evelyn O'Rourke went along to see the studios and she met with Clodagh Kenny.
Abie Philbin Bowman reviews Limerick City of Culture exhibition 'I Have A Lot Of Feelings' BY Lajeunesse. More details on http://ihavealotoffeelings.com/
Bernard Clarke trawls through the great composers and Bernard joins Seán in studio and enlightens us of the background to his music.
Presenter: Seán Rocks