RTÉ One, Friday, 8.30pm
The Works

8.30pm, Friday, 24th October, RTÉ One

Film review: This Is Where I Leave You

With Jane Fonda at the helm as formidable clan matriarch, four siblings, including Tina Fey and Jason Bateman (pictured), re-unite for a week's shiva when their father dies. Film journalists Tara Brady and Mike Sheridan join John Kelly to review the ensuing mayhem.

Music: Fight Like Apes

Mary-Kate Geraghty and Jamie Fox, aka Fight Like Apes, talk to Angela Dorgan, CEO, First Music Contact/Hard Working Class Heroes Festival, about the creative processes behind their third album, as yet untitled and set for release in November. The band also perform new track, Lend Me Your Face. www.fightlikeapesmusic.com

My Call: Eoin Colfer

Eoin Colfer - Artemis Fowl creator and Laureate Na nÓg - previews all kinds of spooky events in the week leading up to Hallowe'en.

63rd Wexford Opera Festival

The Works goes behind the scenes at the 63rd Wexford Opera Festival, running until November 2nd, and previews the European premiere of the Pulitzer prize-winning opera, Silent Night, by Kevin Puts. www.wexfordopera.com

Book: An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell

Sinéad Gleeson meets playwright, poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer Deborah Levy, to find about her latest book, An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell. www.deborahlevy.co.uk

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