on Friday's show....Jackie Fox and Simon Maher review "44/876" from Sting and Shaggy; "Treasures from the Temple" from Thievery Corporation; and "Primal Heart" from Kimbra; interview with author Lionel Shriver about her new book, "Property: A Collection"; and Alan Corr reflects on his early vinyl-buying ahead of Record Store Day.
Sara Baume talks about her latest novel "A Line Made By Walking", about a 25-year-old woman Frankie, who has worked in art galleries but has a form of breakdown and returns to her family in rural Ireland (published by Tramp Press)
Sinead Gleeson reviews "A Natural" by Ross Raisin, the story of a Premier League footballer who dislikes the machismo of the football world while in denial about his sexuality (published by Jonathan Cape)
Remembering the Caribbean poet Derek Walcott who died recently. He reads his poem "Volcano" in tribute to James Joyce and Joseph Conrad (from the programme 'Writing Out Heaney and Walcott' first broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 in July 1991)