on Tuesday'show....playwright Billy Roche explains the concept behindWexFour - four new plays by some of Wexford's greatest writers, American stand-up comic Todd Barry, author Deborah Levy and a review of “The History Of Rock & Roll In 10 Songs” by Griel Marcus
Dracula was the bloodsucking creation of Irish author Bram Stoker. The dark count from Transylvania was pretty catholic in the victims he desired, but his preference was for beautiful women. In Bram Stoker’s novel the women are portrayed as vampires or virgins – at this weekend’s Bram Stoker event one of the discussions is on women in Dracula. Sean was joined in studio by crime writer Jane Casey, author Martina Devlin and Dr. Jarlath Killeen, School of English TCD.