RTÉ One, Thursday, 11.00pm
The Works

Thursday 17th October, 11.10pm, RTE One

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini (pictured) meet and fall in love in Enough Said, a new comedy directed by Nicole Holofcener, sadly Gandolfini's last film. Declan Hughes, crime novelist and playwright, and Ann Mulrooney, Director, National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny, review.

IMMA's main galleries re-open this month with an exhibition of the work of Eileen Gray, the renowned Irish-born designer who spent most of her adult life in France. Subtitled Architect Designer Painter, the show was curated at the Pompidou Centre, Paris, in association with IMMA. John Kelly talks to curator Cloé Pitiot. www.imma.ie

Niall Henry, artistic director of Blue Raincoat Theatre Company, tells Kevin Gildea about their new play, First Cosmonaut, which premieres at The Factory Performance Space, Sligo on 22nd October. www.blueraincoat.com

Nadine O'Regan meets Samantha Shannon, the 22-year-old author whose debut novel, The Bone Season, is the first in a new dystopian fantasy series set in Oxford and London in 2059 and the subject of a six-figure book deal. www.boneseasonbooks.com

Dublin band Hidden Highways play the track, The World Began With A Waltz, from their debut album, Old Hearts Reborn. www.hiddenhighways.bandcamp.com

Image credit: you can see Encuentro by Maurice Gunning in the background of the film review, courtesy of The Copper House Gallery. www.thecopperhousegallery.com

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