Episode 4

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Duration: 30 minutes

Enniskillen actor Adrian Dunbar talks about his life, career and latest role in Nick Nickleby, a modern-day adaptation of the Dickens novel. Plus there are profiles of the escalating e-publishing and animation industries in Northern Ireland, and music from singer/songwriter Foy Vance.

Last on

Thu 22 Nov 2012 22:00 BBC Two Northern Ireland only

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  • E-Publishing

    E-Publishing

    There’s more than one way to read a book now. The Arts Show takes a look at e-publishing and some of the changes it’s bringing to the industry. With interviews from authors Rebecca Reid and Leesa Harker.

    The Arts Show
  • Animation- An industry on the rise

    Animation- An industry on the rise

    The Arts Show investigates some of the brightest prospects in the emerging animation industry in Northern Ireland. Animation has become a surprising emerging industry with talent being reflected on a world stage.

  • Adrian Dunbar

    Adrian Dunbar

    Marie-Louise talks to Adrian Dunbar about his career on stage and in film. The Arts Show find out about his recent role in the ground breaking BBC Drama, Nick Nickleby.

  • Foy Vance

    Foy Vance

    Foy Vance performs 'Be The Song' from the Melrose EP exclusively for The Arts Show.

    Foy Vance official website

Credits

Series Producer
Emma Dunseith
Producer
Feargal O'Kane
Interviewed Guest
Adrian Dunbar

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