on Monday's show.....a review of the stage adaptation of Louise O'Neill's novel "Asking For It", Deirdre Gribbin's work premieres at West Cork Chamber Music Festival, for World Cup fans we look at some great books on the theme of football and Henry Martin, author of the biography "Agnes Martin: Pioneer, Painter, Icon"
Daily arts and popular culture show, presented tonight by Jim Lockhart
Alice Dawson of Oxfam Ireland and writer Belinda McKeon explain the project “Make Them Visible” where 15 writers were shown a picture of an African refugee and wrote pieces in response; on Culture Night in Oxfam Books on Parliament Street the authors will read what they wrote
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“A Kind Of Compass: Stories On Distance”, edited by Belinda McKeon
Belinda McKeon, editor and writer Éilís Ní Dhuibhne talk about a new anthology of short stories all written on the theme of feeling distant from home - “A Kind Of Compass: Stories On Distance” (published by Tramp Press)
with Alan Corr - Irish director with Motor Neurone Disease attends Toronto Film Festival to promote his film "My Name Is Emily", a new app in development to collect the most important sites of 1916 for future tours, Russian pranksters say they fooled Elton John into believing he got a call from President Putin to discuss gay rights