On tonight's edition of The Works, the first of 2014 and at our new earlier time, musician Cathy Davey meets London band Bombay Bicycle Club (pictured) who play the single Luna from their bestselling album So Long See You Tomorrow. www.bombaybicycleclubmusic.com
The Works drops in on the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival - 13th to 23rd February - and the opening film Calvary, starring Brendan Gleeson and directed by John Michael McDonagh.
Festival Director Gráinne Humphreys gives us the insider's guide to this year's programme and Sinéad Gleeson talks to actors Andrew Scott, Hugh O'Conor and Peter McDonald as well as writer/director John Butler about The Stag, the Irish comedy which is the closing film of the festival. www.jdiff.com
Artist Richard Mosse shows John Kelly around his exhibition, The Enclave, a series of photographs and film installations, shot on 16mm infrared film, depicting the conflict in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo in startling shades of pinks and reds.
Now at the RHA, Dublin, The Enclave represented Ireland at the 2013 Venice Biennale and will tour to Limerick as part of the City of Culture. www.richardmosse.com / www.rhagallery.ie / www.ormstonhouse.com
Curator Colin Graham tells The Works about Illuminations, an exhibition of paintings, sculpture and collage at NUI Maynooth by New York-based, Belfast artist Oliver Jeffers, best known as a children's illustrator. www.oliverjeffers.com
As part of a six-week residency at the National Gallery of Ireland, CoisCéim Dance Theatre is giving a free lunchtime performance in the gallery every Wednesday until 11th March. The Works took some cameras along. www.coisceim.com