on Thursday's show....Paul Whitington and Áine O'Connor review "The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society", "Let The Sunshine In" and "Never Steady, Never Still"; Irish electronic dancefloor-fillers, Le Galaxie in session on the release of their new album "Pleasure"; and Declan Long tells us about the celebration taking place in Vienna this year to mark 100 years since the death of Austrian artists Gutav Klimt and Egon Schiele, both of whom were killed by the 1918 flu pandemic.
It's one of the world's great plays and this month, as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival, Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett is being performed by the Gare St Lazare Players. Sophie Gorman reviews it for Arena
The rap megastar Jay Z comes to the O2 in Dublin. To some he's the producing, rapping multi-millionaire superstar, and the king of hip hop and to others he is all bling and no substance. Jim Carroll joins Sean.
In recent years, e-books have transformed the world of publishing..but do they actually improve the simple pleasure of reading.or are they just another gadget with a dying battery? Abie Philbin Bowman has been taking a look at them for Arena.
This week we have quite the eclectic mix. From Miley Cyrus, we have her fourth album 'Bangerz', Mobys new album called 'Innocents' and finally Anna Calvi has released her seond album 'One Breath'. Alan Corr & Lauren Murphy review