coming up on Monday's show....a garda station in an Irish border village at the end of the 1950's is the setting for the Shane Connaughton novel "Married Quarters", the atmospheric folk music of Maria Kelly live in session and Gerard Manley Hopkins and five nuns are shipwrecked - it sounds like the start of a joke but it's actually the premise of the comic novel "The Hopkins Conundrum" by Simon Edge
'The Churching of Happy Cullen' looks at the lives of women and a controversial practice the Church forced on women. The play's writers Louise Lewis and Simon Manahan join Seán Rocks. www.fringefest.com for full details.
Evelyn O'Rourke discusses 'Labyrinth' with Conor Lonergan which has just opened at Windmill Lane recording studios. Only one person at a time can challenge the Labyrinth, so there are sessions every half hour from 1pm 8pm. More information can be found at www.fringefest.com.
Lauren Murphy and John Meagher review this week's new album releases 'AM'- the latest from the Sheffield quartet Arctic Monkeys, 'Rewind the Film' from Manic Street Preachers and MGMT with their self-titled third album.