Jenn Gannon on the return of Succession, Shakespeare is the theme of the 70th Wexford Festival Opera, who better to direct a Shakespeare inspired opera than Conor Hanratty, Soprano Jade Phoenix will be performing in the opera, A mobile living thing is a new exhibition of drawings by artist Brian Fay, now on at the Municipal Gallery, Dun Laoghaire.
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50:33Sebastian Barry - Wheel of Time Review - Album Review: Adele, Damon Albarn and Elbow
50:17Robert Plant and Alison Krauss - Film Reviews
49:21Achtung Baby 30th Anniversay review - Burntcoat by Sarah Hall - Dopesick Review
41:52Granta Magazine - Ridley Scott Film Review - A Bend In The River
42:00Nutcracker Sweeties - The Fell by Sarah Moss - The Lighthouse
Live from the Dublin Book Festival
38:48Roddy Doyle - Caitriona Lally & Lisa Harding - Hugo Hamilton
Film Reviews - The Balanas Sisters - Tulca Festival
49:13Cara O'Doherty and Paul Whittington with all the latest film reviews, the Balanas sisters ahead of their sold-out show at the West Wicklow Festival, and Eoin Dara of Tulca Festival discusses ‘there’s nothing here but flesh and bone, there’s nothing more.’
Three O'Casey Comedies - Brandenburg Concertos - The Shrink Next Door
48:52Garry Hynes and Marty Rea discuss Druid Theatre taking three O'Casey plays on tour, Peter Whelan on the 300th anniversary of Bach's Brandenburg concertos, and Chris Wasser chats about the new Apple TV series The Shrink Next Door
Rosemary Jenkinson - SHAM - Alice In the Underground - Longwave
50:14Rosemary Jenkinson on her new short story collection Marching Season, Amy Conroy and Paul Meade on Gúna Nua's production of SHAM, Claudia Boyle on her performance in Alice in the Underground, and Amanda Feery on her new vocal piece 'Longwave'
Led Zeppelin IV - JR Thorpe - Elsewhere
50:30Pat Carty on Led Zeppelin IV's 50th anniversary, JR Thrope on her debut novel Learwife, and Michael Gallen on his new opera Elsewhere being performed at the Abbey