11 September 2001
'At Swim, Two Boys'
Jamie O'Neill's new novel 'At Swim, Two Boys' was ten years in the writing and was bought for £250,000, or in layman's terms, the price of a small Dublin dwelling.

Panellists Eamon Sweeney, Tania Banotti and Colm Ó'Briain discuss 'At Swim, Two Boys'

Baz Luhrmann's 'Moulin Rouge'
Love, beauty, truth, freedom and yet more love in late 19th century France - director Baz Luhrmann goes high camping and high kicking in 'Moulin Rouge'.

The panel discuss 'Moulin Rouge'

Shirin Neshat exhibition at IMMA
Certainly not family viewing, the calculatedly provocative videos and photographs of Iranian feminist artist Shirin Neshat are currently on show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Kilmainham.

The panel discuss the work of Shirin Neshat

Pianist Brian Kellock
Scots pianist Brian Kellock will be playing during next week's Dublin Jazz Festival with his own trio and local saxophonist Michael Buckley. Tonight he plays solo for us: Jerome Kern's 'Isn't It A Lovely Day'.

Brian Kellock performs live in studio

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