on Wednesday's show....review of “Romeo & Juliet” at the Gate Theatre, the restoration of Powell & Pressburger's 1951 film "The Tales of Hoffman" and what inspired the creation of a fictional history of the Irish avant garde?
Daily arts and popular culture show.
The new Richard Curtis rom-com, About Time, which stars Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel Mc Adams and, the decidedly non-rom-com Riddick the latest offering from Vin Diesel. Simon Maher and Edel Coffey gave their thoughts on the film.
Australian writer Hannah Kent's debut novel Burial Rites is set in the harsh world of 19th century Iceland. Based on real events, it's the story of Agnes Magnúsdottír. Hannah Kent joined Sean live in studio.
Jim Carroll has been reading about this 1990s band in a new book is called The KLF: Chaos, Magic and the Band Who Burned A Million Pounds and is written by John Higgs.Before we get to the burning of one million pounds - place the KLF in their 1990s musical context
Presenter: Seán Rocks