coming up on Thursday's show...."The Vibrant House", a collection examining how the domestic space, both physical and metaphorical, influenced the writings of a wide variety of Irish writers, poets and essayists
coming up on Tuesday's show....Aonghus Óg McAnally directs Christian O'Reilly's "The Good Father" , our sense of place and memory influences "Coast-Lines" at IMMA, a double-bill of Enda Walsh early plays Pigs" & "Sucking Dublin""Disco and how Dickens influenced depictions of Christmas on film
coming up on Friday's show.....Brownbread Mixtape take a satirical swipe at popular radio, the first major exhibition at the new-look National Gallery of Ireland and review of new albums from The Strypes, Lorde and Royal Blood
Aoife Barry reviews two major exhibitions at IMMA from photographer Nan Goldin (‘Weekend Plans’) and film-maker Vivienne Dick (‘93% Stardust’) Official website: www.imma.ie (image shown: Nan Goldin, Sheep in abattoir, Rathmullen, ...
Sam Thorne, co-curator of "As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics" at IMMA, looking at the role various forms of spirituality/religious belief have played in visual art Full details: ...
coming up on Tuesday's show.....the 20th anniversary of Daft Punk's debut "Homework", the novels on the International Dublin Literary Award shortlist, "Inside The Wave", the latest poetry collection from Helen Dunmore and the electronic dance sounds of Soule in session
coming up on Wednesday's show....British band Dinosaur in session, a review of a debut thriller "Find Me" by J.S. Monroe, the front runners for the Oscars and a profile of the American photographer Nan Goldin ahead of a major exhibition of her work at IMMA