coming up on Friday's show.... author Tatiana De Rosnay talks about her latest book "Manderley Forever – The Life of Daphne du Maurier"; performance artist, Nigel Rolfe talks to Seán about his latest project "Breath" which is at Green on Red Gallery and album reviews with Simon Maher & Jackie Fox
Declan Burke with a round-up of the latest crime fiction – "Lola" by Melissa Scrivner Love, "The Gallows Pole" by Benjamin Myers, "Low Heights" by Pascal Garnier, "Exquisite" by Sarah Stovell, "Hell’s Gate" by Laurent Gaudé and "Let The Dead Speak" by Jane Casey (published by Harper Collins)
"Jimmy's Hall", a theatrical production by the Abbey Theatre
Lorcan Clancy reports from the Leitrim premiere of "Jimmy's Hall", a theatrical production by the Abbey Theatre based on the story of Jimmy Gralton, the Leitrim socialist who became the only Irish man to be deported from his home country
Review: "Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions In The Age Of Black Power"
Jim Carroll reviews "Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power", an album which coincides with an exhibition currently running at the Tate London exploring art produced in that age of black power