Author KATHLEEN DOYLE and director GERARD RONAN join John Healy in studio to discuss Kathleen’s book “What would Ma say” and the process of adapting it for the stage. Kathleen says the book took 18 months to write. It book is based in the tenements on Cooke Street in the Christchurch area and in Crumlin…
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Noel speaks to MEGAN KENNEDY, artistic director from the Junk Ensemble Dance & Theatre Company about the tour of “Dusk Ahead”. She talks about the idea behind the imaginative ...
30 Oct 2015
Pat Meehan chats with ANDREW CARSON about his new exhibition Pathfinder in Talbot Gallery. Pathfinder is an installation of new work by Andrew Carson following on from his research ...
03 Mar 2016
Barbara Jennings joins Carmel to discuss Debra Ireland in their charity shop on Camden street and the work that it does. Carmel explains the skin condition and the hardships ...
19 Jun 2012
John speaks with NICOLA KIELY, director of the Rhythm Room, LEE FRAYNE, musician in the Rhythm Room and SANDRA HEALY, assistant director/address for the play “Love/Loss/Life” taking place in ...
28 Oct 2015