Miriam O'Callaghan presents a live stimulating mix of lifestyle, music, human interest and great interviews, the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday morning. This week Miriam spoke to Jeremy Irons and Lord David Puttnam, and Ed Guiney and Lenny Abrahamson and there was some live music from the Henry Girls
Coming up this Sunday - 26th January
This Sunday Miriam will be speaking to Nell McCafferty about life, love and regrets as Nell approaches her 70th birthday
We'll be speaking to Pat Shortt about going to Broadway with Daniel Radcliffe in Martin McDonagh's 'The Cripple of Inishmann'
And Mundy will be in studio for a chat and a performance of his brilliant new song 'Window Shopping for Faith'
Here he is getting the crowds going with Sharon Shannon
Lenny Abrahamson and Ed Guiney are the duo behind some of Ireland's most successful films of the past couple of years; Adam and Paul, Garage, and What Richard Did - Miriam spoke to them after the world premiere of their new film 'Frank' at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival
On Friday Oscar winning Actor Jeremy Irons became an honorary Cork man and received his award from last year's inaugural recipient, Oscar-winning film producer, Lord David Puttnam - Miriam spoke to them both about their careers, their lives and about their shared love of their home county of Cork
Here is an iconic scene from the movie 'The Mission' on which David and Jeremy worked together - The scene features the famous score by Ennio Morricone
Jeremy's award as an honorary Corkman was for recognition of his work promoting the arts and charities over 20 years in West Cork and participating in many environmental campaigns and it was also in recognition of his work to restore the amazing Kilcoe Castle in which he lives