'Health Inside', a public art project
Sinead McCann and Dr Oisín Wall explain their public art project 'Health Inside'
10th anniversary of 'Twilight'
Chris Wasser, Siobhan Callaghan and Diane Negra mark the 10th anniversary of 'Twilight'
'Unsheltered' by Barbara Kingsolver
Barbara Kingsolver chats about her latest novel 'Unsheltered' (published by Faber)
Sounding The Feminists at the National Concert Hall
Sounding The Feminists at the National Concert Hall, which aims to encourage more women into the world of composition
DJ Loki at the Festival of Politics 2018
Scottish rapper/writer Darren McGarvey, aka DJ Loki, who will be a guest at the upcoming Festival of Politics
'Woman Undone', a collaboration between Brokentalkers and Mary Coughlan
Mary Coughlan and Gary Keegan of Brokentalkers, who have collaborated on 'Woman Undone'
Barbara Nic Dhonnacha and Brian Boyd review 'The Capitol Studio Sessions' from Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, 'Simulation Theory' from Muse and 'My Name Is Safe In Your Mouth' from Liela Moss
'Rebuilding The Future', an exhibition by Wolfgang Tillmans at IMMA
Kay Sheehy met photographer/Turner Award-winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans at his exhibition 'Rebuilding The Future'
'One More Yard', an EP by Evamore
Professor Sir Chris Evans, the founder/creator of the musical project Evamore and the EP 'One More Yard'
Maia Mathieu and Stephen Boyd review 'Widows', 'Wildlife' and 'Overlord'
Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, RIP
A tribute to musician/composer Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, whose death was announced early this morning
Review: 'Oscar: A Life' by Matthew Sturgis
Daragh Downes reviews 'Oscar: A Life', a biography of Oscar Wilde by Matthew Sturgis (published by Head of Zeus)
Essay: The Soulful Ditches
John Connell with an essay about the ritual of fencing ditches
'The Cocaine Famine', a film by Sam McMullen
Sam McMullen and Brian Martin chat about their short film 'The Cocaine Famine'
Anne Enright appointed UCD Professor of Fiction
Anne Enright, who has just been appointed as Ireland's first Professor of Fiction at the UCD School of English, Film & Drama
Review: 'The End' by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Siobhán Kane reviews 'The End' by Karl Ove Knausgaard (published by Penguin)
A momentous concert by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
Cormac Larkin marks the 80th anniversary of the 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
Review: 'The Letters of Sylvia Plath, Vol II: 1956-1963'
Jessica Traynor reviews 'The Letters of Sylvia Plath, Vol II: 1956-1963' (published by Faber)
'Before', a play by Pat Kinevane and Fishamble Theatre Company
Kay Sheehy was at rehearsals with Pat Kinevane and Jim Culleton for their play 'Before'
'The Nutcracker', a production by Cork City Ballet
Alan Foley, artistic director of Cork City Ballet chats about their upcoming production of 'The Nutcracker'
'Recovery', a play by Zoe Ní Ríordán at the Project Arts Centre
Peter Coonan and Zoe Ní Ríordán explain their play 'Recovery'
Lenny Abrahamson and Stephen Rennicks
Lenny Abrahamson and Stephen Rennicks chat about how they choose the music for their film collaborations
Róisín Dwyer and Alan Corr review 'Walls' from Barbra Streisand, 'No Tourists' from The Prodigy and 'Negative Capability' from Marianne Faithfull
'The House on Vesper Sands' by Paraic O'Donnell
Paraic O'Donnell talks about his latest novel 'The House on Vesper Sands' (published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson)
'Link Link', a show by Isabella Rossellini
Sorcha Kenny spoke with Isabella Rossellini whose fascination with animal behaviour inspired her show 'Link Link'
Rachel Kelly performs at the Wexford Festival Opera 2018
Chat with mezzo soprano Rachel Kelly, who will perform a programme based on French song this weekend at Wexford Festival Opera
Review: 'Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Modern World' at the Barbican London
Eimear McBride reviews 'Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Modern World', an exhibition at the Barbican London
Arlene Hunt and Simon Maher review 'Peterloo', 'Juliet Naked' and 'Black Mother'
Essay: the earth is shaping my face
Writer/farmer John Connell with an essay about how the earth is shaping his face
Review: 'Ghostly', introduced and illustrated by Audrey Niffenegger
Mia Gallagher reviews 'Ghostly', illustrated by Audrey Niffenegger (published by Vintage)
Mike Leigh, director of 'Peterloo'
Mike Leigh chats about the Manchester uprising of 1819 that inspired his latest film 'Peterloo'
The career of Eric Cantona
Siobhán Kane looks at the career of footballer-turned-artist Eric Cantona
TV preview: final season of 'House of Cards' on Netflix
Mary McGill previews the new - and final - season of 'House of Cards' on Netflix
'Being John Lennon: A Restless Life' by Ray Connolly
Ray Connolly chats about his biography 'Being John Lennon: A Restless Life' (published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson)
Review: 'Bad Reputation', a documentary about Joan Jett
Jess Kavanagh reviews 'Bad Reputation', a documentary by Kevin Kerslake about Joan Jett
'Shoe Horn-Office', a film by dancer Ingrid Nachstern
Ingrid Nachstern, creator of 'Shoe Horn - Office', screening at upcoming Light Moves Festival of Screendance
Review: 'Vox' by Christina Dalcher
Mary McGill reviews 'Vox' by Christina Dalcher (published by Penguin Random House)
Jackie Fox and Simon Maher review 'Only Ticket Home' from Gavin James, 'Goners' from Laura Gibson and 'IC-01 Hanoi' from Unknown Mortal Orchestra
'The Plot', a play by Paula Lonergan
Paula Lonergan, whose play 'The Plot' debuts this weekend
Review: 'The Ginger Man Letters', by JP Donleavy, Gainor Crist and AK Donoghue, edited by Bill Dunn
Peter Murphy reviews 'The Ginger Man Letters', by JP Donleavy, Gainor Crist and AK Donoghue, edited by Bill Dunn (published by The Lilliput Press)
A guide to the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival 2018
Cormac Larkin with a guide to some of the events this weekend at the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival
Phill Jupitus at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival 2018
Phill Jupitus, who performs at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival in Galway this weekend
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Paul Whitington review 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Katie', 'Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot' and 'The Hate U Give'
Winning designer of the RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards trophy
Fiona Mulholland, winner of the competition to design the RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards trophy
'The School Days of Thaddeus K' by Blue Raincoat Theatre
Niall Henry and Jamie Vartan chat about the Blue Raincoat production 'The School Days of Thaddeus K'
TV preview: 'The Little Drummer Girl' on BBC1
Arlene Hunt previews 'The Little Drummer Girl' on BBC1
'Mary Swanzy, Voyages', an exhibition at IMMA
Sean Kissane, curator at IMMA gives a guided tour and explains the art in 'Mary Swanzy, Voyages'
'Truth and Dare: Short Stories About Women Who Shaped Ireland' by Martina Devlin
Martina Devlin talks about her book 'Truth and Dare: Short Stories About Women Who Shaped Ireland' (published by Poolbeg)
'Katie', a documentary by Ross Whitaker
Film-maker Ross Whitaker talks about his documentary about Katie Taylor
'Markievicz: Portraits & Propaganda' at the National Gallery
Donal Maguire, curator of 'Markievicz: Portraits & Propaganda', a new exhibition at the National Gallery
Review: 'Melmoth' by Sarah Perry
Darryl Jones reviews 'Melmoth' by Sarah Perry (published by Serpents Tail)
30th anniversary of 'Beetlejuice'
Sorcha Kenny marks the 30th anniversary of the Tim Burton eccentric horror film 'Beetlejuice'
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