Men With Needles | Culture File
In his new book, Joseph McBrinn unpicks how ideas of gender and needlework are sewn together.
How Castelblayney Players, like groups around the island, nurtured the amdram flame through the pandemic season.
Waiting for Poirot | Culture File
Theatre comes to Limerick's People's Park in the shape of a knockabout comedy set at a performance by a travelling theatre troupe
Jennifer Walshe's Things Know Thing | Culture File
Composer and artist, Jennifer Walshe dives into the scifi of Ursula Le Guin and contemplates simultaneity, as she waits at the boarding gates.
Culture File "Likes": Dominic Murcott
Musicmaker, curator and educator, Dominic Murcott shares some of the listenings, watchings, readings, tastings and smellings he'd recommend.
"The Silver River" | Culture File
Los Angeles-based poet and musician, Yves B Golden creates another radiophonic summer space for Culture File.
The 8 to 10 Faces of Reggae | Culture File
Dub innovator and impresario, Mad Professor leads a warp-speed voyage through the family tree of reggae.
Taking Space | Culture File
The twinkling appearance of the Starlink satellite train in the skies above Beara propels Aine Gallagher into some space exploration.
Jennifer Walshe's Things Know Things | Culture File
Richard Branson's 'almost' space trip this weekend, presents the perfect moment to enjoy Jennifer Walshe's mediation on humans and their interstellar ambitions (First broadcast May 4th 2021)
The Culture File Weekly July 10th: All the Rembrandts, srsly.
In this special All-Rembrandt-All-The-Time edition, we travel to Amsterdam to join in the Netherland's celebrations of the 350th Anniversary of Rembrandt Van Rijn, during which the Rijksmuseum put on display every one of its Rembrandt holdings - a treasure through which curator and Rembrandt biographer, Jonathan Bikker leads Culture File.
The Culture File Weekly July 3rd: Britney Spears, Nietzsche's Way, Women's Self-portraits
Women as they saw themselves in Jennifer Higgie's tour of self-portraits by women painters through history, hiking the Chemin De Nietzche but looking for Bono, and the robotic life of Britney.
Ecce Bono | Culture File
Hiking the Chemin de Nietzsche, in the South of France, near the Summer palace of Bono, writer, Liam Cagney gets all philosophically hot and bothered.
Culture File "Likes": Sarah Rimkus
American choral composer, Sarah Rimkus on some of her favourites in reading, watching, listening, tasting and smelling.
The Mirror and the Palette (Part 2) | Culture File
Art critic, Jennifer Higgie has been looking at the missing stories of historical women artists (including this time Artemisia Gentileschi) through the genre to which they had the greatest access: self-portraiture.
The Mirror and the Palette (part 1) | Culture File
Art critic, Jennifer Higgie has been looking at the missing stories of historical women artists via the genre to which they had the greatest access: self-portraiture.