on Wednesday's show.....Paul Linehan, of Irish band The Frank and Walters and Julie Feeney talk about "Lyrics of our Lives: The Art of Songwriting", one of the events to be held during the Cúirt International Festival of Literature; Ita O'Brien, Intimacy Director, talks about her role in overseeing scenes of a sexual nature in film and theatre; Jessica Traynor reviews "The Long Take" by Robin Robertson; and Dr Rebecca Barr discusses the 1747 novel "Clarissa" by Samuel Richardson and its relevance in the 21st century.
John Byrne discusses the films of Harold Lloyd with Seán Rocks. 'Safety Last' starring Harold Lloyd will be screened at Friars' Gate Theatre, Sarsfield Street in Kilmallock County Limerick on Sunday February 17th at 3pm. Further screenings will also be held - www.jdiff.com for full details.
Martina Reilly discusses her latest novel 'What If' with Seán Rocks. In the book an old diary is dusted off to reveal old secrets and wounds and connects the lives of three women. The Publishers are Hachette Books.