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
Arts News with Alan Corr - the Ceiliúradh at the Royal Albert Hall in London to mark the end of President Higgins' official visit to the UK, Ray Davies (of The Kinks) to appear at the Dublin Writers Festival in May, Joan Jett and Michael Stipe may sing with surviving members of Nirvana tonight when the band are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame tonight
Joe Griffin and Róisín O'Brien review latest film releases - "Calvary" with Brendan Gleeson, martial arts action sequel "The Raid 2" and "The Last Days On Mars"
Kelly Grover looks at ‘The Art of the Troubles’, an exhibition at the Ulster Museum of the works of 50 artists interpreting how the 30 years of conflict impacted on the lives of people in the north of Ireland
John Meagher and Sinead Ní Mhórdha review "Caustic Love" from Paolo Nutini, "Architect" from Wallis Bird and "It's Album Time" from Todd Terje
Presenter: Seán Rocks