Johns's first guest this morning is Mary Aiken, who is widely regarded as one of the world's leading experts in CyberPsychology, a discipline that combines psychology & technology.
Her work has inspired a new spin off series in the hit TV crime drama CSI franchise called 'CSI: Cyber' . Mary will also be working as a producer on the show & will have a book titled 'Cyberpsyched' released next year.
John is now joined by a young band who have been called 'serious challengers' for the area populated by the likes of Fleet Foxes & Mumford and Sons.
They are The Young Folk & their new album called 'Little Battle' was released last week. It's available in Tower Records & on iTunes.
They’re playing the Spirit Store, Dundalk this Friday, September 19th… Soundwaves Festival, Skerries on Saturday, September 27th… & The Botton Factor, Dublin on Friday, October 24.
Irish films, first a clip from Calvary the film directed by John Michael McDonagh. He’s second-generation Irish, a brother of Martin McDonagh the playwright, filmmaker who was widely quoted this week talking about the problems with Irish films.
To discuss further we are joined in studio by Dr. Mathew McAteer, Film Lecturer in UCD & Nadine O’Regan, film reviewer with the Sunday Business Post
Presenter: John Murray