Fried and Justified, a new memoir from music publicist Mick Houghton. Read more
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.
Chrissie Hynde, frontwoman of rock band The Pretenders, has a new covers album.
Super talented siblings Bronagh and Louise Gallagher on festival hit A Bump Along the Way
Dhaka artist Dibarah Mahboob explores the flourishing activist art of Bangladesh.
Getting married at a young age
Is getting married at the age of 17 too young?
Fashion Designer Nicholas Daley on his exhibition at V&A Dundee plus review from Kit Clark and Nicola Meighan
Fashion Designer Nicholas Daley on his exhibition at V&A Dundee
Scott Quinnell sits in
Scott meets the 8-year-old who's spent 18 hours climbing the highest mountains in Wales.