on Thursday's show....in film there's Magic Mike, Terminator Genisys and the life & work of Orson Welles, "June", the latest novel by IMPAC-winning author Gerbrand Bakker and the latest albums from Years and Years, Ezra Foreman and Neil Young
Daily arts and popular culture show, presented tonight by Evelyn O'Rourke
with Alan Corr - questions about the tv show 'Sherlock' and about Miriam O'Callaghan feature on today's English paper in the Junior Cert exam, William Nicholson says the film '12 Years A Slave' soaked up all the guilt over slavery and that's why his film 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' was a flop, scientists have grown a live replica of Vincent van Gogh's ear
the writer Lorrie Moore talks about "Bark", her latest collection of short stories (published by Faber & Faber)
Roe McDermott previews season 2 of the television series "Orange Is The New Black"
Neil Astley, editor of "The Hundred Years' War: Modern War Poems", an anthology of war poetry from 1914 to the present day (published by Bloodaxe Books)
Presenter: Seán Rocks