coming up on Monday's show...Kraftwerk take their work into art galleries, Pulitzer Prize-winner Elizabeth Strout chats about her latest novel "Anything Is Possible", a review of "A Ton of Malice: The Half-Life of an Irish Punk in London" by Barry McKinley and Loah live in session
Dublin is a UNESCO city of Literature and to celebrate the fact, An Post has released a brand new stamp which is available from today.The stamp includes an entire 224 word story on it which was written by teenager Eoin Moore who reads his story for Arena. The website is www.irishstamps.ie.
Ciarán Carty on his book 'Intimacy with Strangers: A Life of Brief Encounters' which is Published by Lilliput Press. Ciará Carty will be signing his book in Dublin's Hodges Figgis bookshop on Friday May 17th at 630pm.
'The Memory Project' by Smashing Times Theatre Company uses drama to promote peace and understanding between Northern Ireland and the Border Counties. As part of this project, an installation of new living theatre 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' will be performed this weekend. The website is www.smashingtimes.ie - Audrey Donohue reports.