on Tuesday's show.....a run-down of the greatest albums you'll NEVER hear, the latest novel from Haruki Murakami and reviews from the Dublin Theatre Festival tonight features Pan PanTheatre's re-imagining of Checkhov's "The Seagull"
Daily arts and popular culture show
with Alan Corr - Kate O'Toole reveals the ashes of her father Peter O'Toole are being kept at Áras an Uachtaráin until he can be laid to rest in the west of Ireland, the 10th Dublin Dance Theatre Festival starts tomorrow, Collins English Dictionary asks for public submissions for new additions to the dictionary - (words like felfie, adorkable have already been suggested)
Evelyn O'Rourke reviews "Chestnut Street", a collection of short stories and the last novel by Maeve Binchy (published by Orion)
the Norwegian film director Erik Poppe talks about his latest film “A Thousand Times Goodnight”, with Juliette Binoche as a war photographer and also starring Irish actors Maria Doyle Kennedy and Lauryn Canny
the poet Colm Keegan reads his essay ‘LMNOP’, about the challenge of learning the alphabet when he was a child
Dan Nosella looks at a 6-volume collection of the animator Robert Sketchbooks, 1964-1981(published by Taschen)
Presenter: Seán Rocks