on Wednesday's show....review of “Romeo & Juliet” at the Gate Theatre, the restoration of Powell & Pressburger's 1951 film "The Tales of Hoffman" and what inspired the creation of a fictional history of the Irish avant garde?
Daily arts and popular culture show
with Alan Corr - Glastonbury Festival begins today, two Irish actors Michael Fassbender and Cillian Murphy invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, LA writer Raymond Chandler finally gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Niamh Heery, winner of the Grand Prize in the Irish Council for Civil Liberties 'Human Rights Film Award' for her documentary "Harmanali: Trapped on the Fringe of Freedom" which looks at life inside a locked Syrian refugee camp in Bulgaria
Official website: www.humanrightsfilmawards.org
John Cummins reads his poem mourning the end of the world cup – “Don’t It Always Seem To Go....”
Lauren Murphy and Simon Maher review "Mutineers" by David Grey, "Wanted On Voyage" by George Ezra and "High Life" by Brian Eno and Karl Hyde
Presenter: Seán Rocks