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 - Irish band Delorentos sign with Universal record label, Johnny Cash residence may be turned into a rehab centre, The Killers top ‘weirdest lyrics’ poll
Chris Wasser on television programmes that make the transfer to the big screen – e.g. The Inbetweeners, Porridge, Mr Bean, Monty Python, The Fugitive, Star Trek
Canadian author Miriam Toews talks about her novel “All My Puny Sorrows”, the story of two Mennonite sisters, one of whom is intent on ending her life (published by Faber & Faber)
Edel Coffey on Booker-nominated novelist David Mitchell publishing his new short story “The Right Sort” exclusively on Twitter (@david_mitchell)
Aoife Barry and Jim Carroll review “Pixie Lott” by Pixie Lott, “Lese Majesty” by Shabazz Palaces and “Wayfarer” by Nell Bryden
Presenter: Seán Rocks