An Taobh Tuathail
MONDAY, 10PM, RTÉ RnaG
1PM, RTÉ 2FM)))
Word Of Mouth
BBC RADIO 4
Fresh underground music from around the globe, presented by Cian Ó Cíobháin, with music from the likes of Elsa Hewitt, High Places, Bob Dylan, The Pickled Onions, The Divine Comedy, Mount Eerie, Niobe and Children of Alice on this show.
MONDAY, 10PM, RTÉ RADIO 1
This week Fionn Davenport speaks to Howard Cunnell about his memoir Fathers and Sons and we hear about the Hungarian artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy.
Pump up the afternoon slump with three hours of banter, tunes, interviews and a bit of a laugh for your lunchtime.
MONDAYFRIDAY, 10.45AM, 7.45PM, BBC RADIO 4
Anthony Bourdain’s bestselling book about his life as a chef is like a series of war reports. This dramatisation catches the noise, heat, passion, toil and excitement of life in the battle zone of a restaurant kitchen.
David Walliams joins fellow children’s writer Michael Rosen to talk about the language and vocabulary he likes to use when writing his entertaining books for young readers.
THURSDAY, 11.30AM, BBC RADIO 4
In this first of a new series, Annie Ross talks about the terrifying moment when, as a young singer, she had to step in front of the audience as a last-minute replacement for a woman who was to become a dear friend – Billie Holiday.
THURSDAY, 7PM, RTÉ RADIO 1
Newly released and under discussion on Arena today is Kraftwerk 3-D The Catalogue, a documentary of their multimedia art performances of eight of their albums in the leading museums of the world between 2012 and 2016. Are they musicians? Are they artists? Is it possible to successfully merge both disciplines? This and lots more will be discussed by host Sean Rocks and his guests.