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Arts Tonight Monday 6 May 2013

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Arts Tonight 6 May 2013

Arts Tonight 6 May 2013

NCAD librarian Edward Murphy on the rich collection of documentary material he has built up at NIVAL -- the National Irish Visual Arts Libary at NCAD, http://www.nival.ie. We also hear from library manager, Donna Romano.

And Mary Moynihan of Smashing Times theatre company on the company's current work, including Thou Shalt Not Kill, a living theatre installation showing in Derry and Letterkenny later in May. Extracts from that work are read by Cathy White and Fiona Bawn-Thompson.

Coming up on Monday 13 May 2013

Coming up on Monday 13 May 2013

On Monday's Arts Tonight, the Ministers for Education and Arts join forces on the new arts in education charter, which sets out a series of aspirations and commitments for the promotion of arts within the education system. Guests include: Minister for Arts, Jimmy Deenihan; Minister for Education, Ruairi Quinn; director of the Arts Council, Orlaith McBride; John Coolahan, chair of the implementation group for the charter; Ciaran Benson, author of the influential 1979 Arts Council report on arts in education; Helen O'Donoghue, IMMA; Lorraine Comer, National Museum; Jane O'Hanlon, Poetry Ireland; Arthur Lappin, The Ark; Siobhan Parkinson, writer; Ciara Halpin, artist; Pat Kinsella, retired principal of Colaiste Choilm, Ballincollig; Dermot Carney, arts officer with the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals; Ger Ó Sé, Association for Creativity and Arts in Education. Recorded with an audience including Transition Year students from St Louis's High School, Rathmines and Belvedere College, Dublin. Special thanks to Aisling Grennan and to Eileen Heron.

Arts Tonight podcast 6 May 2013

Edward Murphy of NIVAL and Mary Moynihan of Smashing Times

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Art Tonight with Vincent Woods is a weekly indepth programme of culture and the arts in Ireland and internationally.

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Music Played on the Show

22:39

Title: The Dance Of The Cherry Trees

Composer: Spillane

Performer(s): John Spillane

Album: Single (recordno: Cdtree1) Emi CDTREE1

Duration: 3:26

22:47

Title: In The Year 2525 Exordium & Terminus

Composer: Evans

Performer(s): Zager & Evans

Album: Ultimate One Hit Wonders Sony Bmg 82876844122

Duration: 3:11

22:48

Title: Something Stupid

Composer: C Carson Parks

Performer(s): Frank And Nancy Sinatra

Album: The Reprise Collection Reprise 926340-2

Duration: 2:36

22:50

Title: Float On

Composer: Willis/ingram/mitchell

Performer(s): Floaters

Album: Totally 70s Polygram 5256782

Duration: 4:06

23:01

Title: Monday Monday

Composer: Phillips

Performer(s): Mamas And The Papas

Album: Music Of The Year 1966 Spectrum 5647102

Duration: 3:14

23:01

Title: Jcb Song

Composer: Conannon/parker

Performer(s): Nizlopi

Album: Single (recordno: Fdmniz004) Fdm Records FDMNIZ004

Duration: 3:46

23:06

Title: Wanted

Composer: No Details

Performer(s): Perry Como

Album: Giants Of Entertainment Giants CDGTS76606

Duration: 3:03

23:09

Title: Cold As Ice

Performer(s): Foreigner

Album: No End In Sight: The Very Best of Foreigner (Remastered)

Duration: 3:30

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