Journalist Sophie Gorman and Works reporter Kevin Gildea review A Hijacking, a Danish film about the kidnapping of a cargo ship by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean. Tobias Lindholm, writer of cult political TV drama Borgen, writes and directs.
Art critic Cristín Leach Hughes (pictured) visits Monuments at Lismore Castle, Waterford, an exhibition of sculpture, works on paper, video and performance from five international artists, Pablo Bronstein, Iman Issa, Aleksandra Mir, Yorgos Sapountzis and Dahn Vo.
US author Ron Rash - in Ireland to perform at Cúirt International Festival of Literature, Galway - tells Sinéad Gleeson about Nothing Gold Can Stay, his new collection of short stories set in Appalachia.
Aleana Egan shows us round her exhibition, The Sensitive Plant, at the Kerlin Gallery and music is provided by singer songwriter Mossy Nolan who plays the track Letterfrack.
Image credit for film review: Drill or Drop by Sinead O'Neill courtesy of The Copper House Gallery www.thecopperhousegallery.com