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 presented by Sean Rocks.
Post-apocalyptic drama from Australian writer/director David Michod, The Rover; the star-studded third instalment in The Expendables series; and Hector and the Search for Happiness, starring Simon Pegg.
Joe Griffin and Eithne Shorthall have been to see them.
Little Matador's self-titled debut album is an aggressive, sassy, incendiary collection dissecting love, loss, rejection, redemption, death and re-birth. Fronted by Snow Patrol guitarist Nathan Connolly, the quintet marry melody and muscle with a healthy respect for noise.
Back in 1994, a British film called 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' was released on the big screen. With a budget of just a couple of million pounds sterling, this story of a bumbling bachelor trying to find love went on to break box office records
Sonya Kelly is an actor and writer who is a regular contributor to Arena. Here she recounts a journey she made on the LUAS
Bitter Remedy is the fifth novel from Rome-based crime writer Conor Fitzgerald, and the latest in his series of books featuring Commissioner Alec Blume. Declan Burke has been reading it for us.
Presenter: Seán Rocks