coming up on Tuesday's show....a review of "Rock n Roll War Stories" by Allan Jones, film director Doug Liman, Paul Muldoon curates a week of events celebrating the first anniversary of the Seamus Heaney HomePlace and live music from Wexford's 'Frankenstein Bolts'
'The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley' by Jeremy Massey
Jeremy Massey talks about how working as an undertaker in his family business helped him write his debut novel “The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley”, a man who works in a fictional funeral home in Dublin and tells us about the last four days in his life (published by Riverhead Books)
Official website: www.facebook.com/pg/JermMassey/about/?ref=page_internal
Cristín Leach reviews the film “The Welfare of Tomás Ó Hallissy” at IMMA, the first new work by artist Duncan Campbell since winning the Turner Prize in 2014 and his first film based in the Republic of Ireland
"Video Games Classic" at the National Concert Hall, with Eimear Noone and the RTÉ NSO
Composer Eimear Noone talks about specialising in composing music for film and video games; this Friday she will conduct the RTE National Symphony Orchestra in a programme of orchestral video game music and classical pieces which have inspired the genre