27 March 2001
You Can Count on Me
You Can Count on Me is the Sundance winning directorial debut from Kenneth Lonergan, starring Oscar nominee Laura Linney.

Panel Kathryn Holmquist, Eamon Delaney and Mary Coll discuss You Can Count on Me

Dark Days
If you think living on the streets of New York city is a daunting prospect, imagine living in the hidden tunnels that lie underneath. Marc Singer explores this world in his documentary Dark Days, which opens this week at the IFC.

The panel discuss Dark Days

The Pursuit Of Happiness
The Pursuit Of Happiness, the new novel from Douglas Kennedy, formerly of Dublin's Peacock Theatre, is a story of love in a cold climate set in New York's Upper East and Upper West Side.

The panel discuss The Pursuit Of Happiness

Bernard Farrell plays on RTE Radio
As part of its celebration of 75 years of radio, RTE has launched a series of radio plays by Bernard Farrell. I Do Not Like Thee Dr Fell, starring Pauline McGlynn, kicked off the series last Tuesday night.

The panel discuss I Do Not Like Thee Dr Fell

ESB jazz series
The second ESB Jazz Series kicks off on Wednesday 28 March when beat generation skat-man Mark Murphy performs at Vicar Street. The series will include Charlie Haden Quartet West, Peruvian wonder Susana Baca and pianist Jacky Terrasson. Irish musicians Mike Nielsen, guitar, and Michael Buckley, saxophone, will be at the Mullingar Arts Centre on 21 April.

Mike Nielsen, guitar, and Michael Buckley, saxophone, perform

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