Joel Simon remembers Who Framed Roger Rabbit's director of animation Richard Williams. Read more
Joel Simon remembers Who Framed Roger Rabbit's director of animation Richard Williams.
King of the North Steven Rainey welcomes George RR Martin to Winterfell, aka Castle Ward
Fried and Justified, a new memoir from music publicist Mick Houghton.
Marie-Louise Muir talks to the cast of Spud and pays tribute to actress Julie Maxwell..
Marie Louise Muir presents highlights from this year's Stendhall Festival in Limavady.
Marie-Louise Muir talks to film maker Mark Cousins and there's music from Front Country.
Michael Bradley's Friday night round up of the best in local art and culture.
Marie-Louise Muir and the team with a round-up from the world of arts and culture.
Marie-Louise looks ahead to the Bounce Festival and Mike Catto reviews IT Chapter Two
Marie-Louise Muir talks to Pal from AHA about the band's return to Northern Ireland.
Michael Bradley's Friday night round-up of the best local art and culture.
Frank Ormsby has been awarded the prestigious title The Ireland Professor of Poetry 2019.
Murder, She Wrote - female crime writers in studio ahead of Aspects Festival.
An Arts Show special - journalist and author Henry McDonald takes us on a tour of Belfast.
Brand New Friend in session and poetry by Abby Oliveira to celebrate Foyle 40.
Kindness on a pink bike, bees and collecting park runs!
Doing the Tour de Park Run, making bees a family thing and the kindness of strangers!
New Thinking: Fashion, AI and Sustainability
The Future Fashion Factory and changing our attitude to #fastfashion. Plus AI and colours
Live from V&A Dundee
Janice celebrates V&A Dundee’s first anniversary with a live show from the museum.
Northern Irish artists explore the complex relationship between memory, identity and place
Alex Kingston, Criminal, Falling piano sales
Alex Kingston on Ibsen, Criminal reviewed, the decline of the piano.