Arena Monday 14 March 2016

coming up on Friday's show.... Declan Kiberd discusses his new book, "After Ireland", which is a survey of post-war Irish literature, and Alan Corr and Lauren Murphy review "Flicker" from Niall Horan; "Glasshouse" from Jessie Ware and "The Endless Shimmering" from And So I Watch You From Afar

 

Arena

Arena

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Arts News

Arts News

with Alan Corr - "Room" wins 9 awards at Canadian Screen Awards last night, the Irish western "An Klondike" nominated for a raft of IFTA's, tributes continue for musician Conor Walsh who died on Friday

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"Sing Street" writer/director John Carney

"Sing Street" writer/director John Carney

Film-maker John Carney talks about his latest film “Sing Street”

Dermot Bolger, Writer-in-Residence at National Museum of Ireland

Dermot Bolger, Writer-in-Residence at National Museum of Ireland

Poet/novelist Dermot Bolger who has been appointed the first-ever Writer in Residence at the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks as part of its 2016 Decade of Centenaries programme

Further details:  www.museum.ie/Decorative-Arts-History  

"Exposure" by Helen Dunmore

"Exposure" by Helen Dunmore

Helen Dunmore talks about her latest novel “Exposure”, a story of an English family torn apart during the Cold War of the 1960’s when the father is arrested as a spy (published by Hutchinson)

The comedy of Mark Thomas

The comedy of Mark Thomas

Abie Philbin Bowman talks about the style of comedy of political activist Mark Thomas whose show “Trespass” comes to The Sugar Club next week

Further details:   www.thesugarclub.com 

 

Music Played on the Show

The Front

The Front

Walsh, Conor

4:57

The Riddle Of The Model

The Riddle Of The Model

Sing Street Soundtrack

1:00

Town Called Malice

Town Called Malice

The Jam

3:04

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