coming up on Thursday's show....the exceptional sound of bodhrán-player Aimée Farrell Courtney, a look at why "The Light-Makers" by Mary O’Donnell caused such a stir when it was first published 25 years ago, the exclusive first-play on RTÉ Radio 1 of the new single from Mick Jagger and films for review include The Big Sick, 47 Metres Down and Girls Trip
Arena Monday 8th July 2013
Daily arts and popular culture show.
10 Days in Dublin Festival
Mitzi Dalton of the 10 Days in Dublin Festival joins Seán Rocks. The website for further information is www.10daysindublin.com.
Book Review - Gill Hornby
Antonia Hart reviews 'The Hive' by Gill Hornby which is Published by Little Brown. The book poses the question Can Adult Women Be Ruled by a Queen Bee?.
Galway Film Fleadh
Ray Wingnut reports on this year's Galway Film Fleadh which opens on Tuesday 9th July. The website for further information is www.galwayfilmfleadh.com.
Classic Movie - Ghost World
Diane Negra discusses this week's Classic Movie 'Ghost World' from 2001 starring Thora Birch with Seán Rocks.
Cherry Red Records have re-issued Microdisney's classic 'Love Your Enemies' and 'The Clock Comes Down The Stairs' albums. Tony Clayton-Lea discusses the band with Seán Rocks.