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 Sinead Mooney - there are 6 names on the shortlist for this year's Davy Byrne Short Story Award, Quentin Tarantino hopes to release extended version of Django Unchained as a 4-part tv series, Marianne Faithful planning a new album to include Nick Cave, Roger Waters, Steve Earl amongst others plus a 12-month world tour to celebrate her 50 year career
Philip Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet talks about his latest work “The Wherewithal: A Novel In Verse” which tells the story of a young man translating his mothers diaries recounting the tale of a Jewish massacre in German-occupied Poland in the middle of World War II (published by Norton)
John Byrne reviews “One Leg Too Few: The Adventures of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore” by William Cook (published by Arrow Books)
Lauren Murphy and Johnnie Craig review new albums - "A Letter Home" from Neil Young, "In The Lonely Hour" by Sam Smith and "Are We There" by Sharon Van Etten
Presenter: Seán Rocks