on Friday's show.....reviews of the latest albums from Tom Petty, Jenny Lewis and Beck, the artist Joe Caslin explains the inspiration for his large-scale public installation 'Our Nations Sons' and chat with the spoken-word poet Erin Fornoff
Daily arts and popular culture show
with Alan Corr - Chris O’Dowd getting rave reviews for his Broadway debut as Lenny in ‘Of Mice & Men’, the Who will release new material for their 50th anniversary this year, a couple of the events taking place for independentWorld Record Store Day on Saturday
Roe McDermott and Simon Maher review "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", "The Sea", "We Are The Best" and "Love Punch"
Evelyn O’Rourke reports on Battle of Clontarf Festival this weekend – she talks to artist Fergal McCarthy who has an installation at the Little Museum of Dublin, mentions events taking place in St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral in Armagh and she spoke to Moya Brennan and harpist Cormac de Barra about their musical event at The Ark in Dublin entitled ‘1014’
Full details of events at www.brianborumillennium.ie
Edel Coffey reports on what is happening in independent music shops around the country on World Record Store Day this weekend – she talks to Nigel Kenny of Wingnut, Albert Twomey of Plugd Records in Cork and Steve Kearns of Spin Dizzy in Georges Arcade in Dublin
Full details at www.recordstoreday.com