coming up on Friday's show...a tribute to Dermot Healy at Cúirt International Festival of Literature, an artist looking for a rural retreat finds more than she bargained for in "The Dead House", the first novel by Billy O'Callaghan and the latest albums from Gorillaz, The Cranberries and Thurston Moore
coming up on Bank Holiday Monday....Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall chat about taking on the roles of Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness in "The Journey", how British-German artist Tino Seghal inspires novelist Rob Doyle, review of "Things We Lost In The Fire", short stories by Mariana Enriquez and American folk singer Rhiannon Giddens in session
Author Catherine Dunne discusses her new novel 'The things we know Now' with Seán Rocks. The book tells the story of a happy family who are thrown unexpectedly into tragedy. The Publishers are Macmillan.
David Hendy - A Human History of Sound and Listening
David Hendy discusses his book 'A human history of sound and listening' which is out now and is Published by Profile Books. Noise, A Human History -The radio series Starts on Monday 18th March 1.45-2.00pm on BBC RADIO 4 - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01r9wdf