coming up on Thursday's show...film reviews include Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq", Tom Hanks once more to the rescue in "Sully" and one of boxing's great comeback stories in "Bleed For This", heroes of goths everywhere, a memoir from "Cure" founding member Lol Tolhurst and Róisín O live in session
coming up on Wednesday's show.....a landmark Lucien Freud project at IMMA, the beautiful piano sound of Barry Douglas, The Twilight Zone gets a contemporary reworking in "Black Mirror" on Netflix, with stories that tap into our collective unease about the modern world and a review of "Eileen" by Ottessa Moshfegh, on the shortlist for this year's Man Booker Prize
coming up on Tuesday's show....Kay Sheehy continues her reviews of novels on the shortlist for this year's International Dublin Literary Award with "Diary Of The Fall" by Michael Laub, videogames into film - a great idea that works?, 120 years of the Feis Ceoil and a review of "New Selected Poems" by Derek Mahon
The King Mob (poet Karl Parkinson and guitarist Conor O) perform live and chat about their genre-blending style - fusing spoken word with experimental music Full details: https://tehkingmob.bandcamp.com/ (for copyright ...
Performance poet Karl Parkinson talks about his influences and the collection he is working on “Butterflies of a Bad Summer” (poems which are mostly about other artists/poets) Official website: https://twitter.com/Kparkspoet