On tonight’s show... we have a review of Still Alice starring Julianne Moore which is in cinemas this weekend and we have live music from Le Galaxie who are representing Ireland at this year’s South by Southwest festival in Texas
Daily arts and popular culture show
Alan Corr with the latest news in the arts world - the U2 album The Joshua Tree added to the registry of the US National Congress, Meryl Streep to play a mother who plays a guitar-wielding rocker at night in the new Jonathan Demme film and a stolen Paul Gaugin painting has been found hanging in an Italian kitchen for decades
Jared Harris talks about his latest role in the horror film "The Quiet Ones"
Evelyn O'Rourke reports on the ESB Feis Ceoil which began at the RDS this week and sees 5,000 performers showcasing their musical talents over the next two weeks. She talks to Laura Gilsenan CEO, ajudicating musician Julie Feeney, the Wesley College choir director Helen Doyle and 16-year old student Nathan Hayes
Eibhear Walsh reviews "Arctic Summer", the latest novel from South African writer Damon Galgut, published by Atlantic Books
Chat and live music from Cork band Ian Whitty and The Exchange
Presenter: Seán Rocks