Culture File: A Child Detective in Istanbul
Turkish novelist, Alper Caniguz, on his detective hero, a philosophy-loving five-year-old called Alper Kamu.
Dublin-based smell hunter, Benoit Nicol, on the travels behind his natural oils startup, The Nature of Things
The Culture File Weekly: May 18
This weekly: the Baltimore Fiddle Fair, piper, David Power and clarinetist, Julian Milkis
Culture File "Likes": David Power
Current keeper of the legendary 18 Moloney chanter, piper David Power shares his current "likes"
Culture File: The Woody Problem
Clarinettist, Julian Milkis, on a spiked project with Woody Allen and the politics of listening
Culture File: Memories of Benny Goodman
Clarinetist, Julian Milkis, recalls the stares and flashing fingers of his mentor, Benny Goodman.
Culture File: Baltimore Fiddle Fair 2018
Sam Amidon, The Haas Sisters, organiser Declan McCarthy and other voices of the 26th edition of the trad gathering.
Culture File: The Piper, The Fairy Queen and the Eighteen Moloney
Piper, David Power and Camarata Kilkenny, meld uilleann pipes with Baroque music in The Piper and the Fairy Queen.
The Culture File Weekly: May 11th
This weekly, Brian O'Doherty/Patrick Ireland, Christos Papadopoulos and Phelim Drew
Culture File "Likes": Seun Kuti
Current keeper of the Afrobeat flame, Seun Kuti, shares a selection of his favourite words, sounds, tastes and smells.
Culture File: Painting and Undecorating at Sirius Arts Centre
Sirius Arts Centre director, Miranda Driscoll tours the restoration work on some long-hidden murals at the centre
Culture File: The Wisdom of Flocks at DDF2018
Choreographer, Christos Papadopoulos on his Ion, a dance work informed by flocking behaviours in the natural world
Culture File: Down and Out Up and On
Phelim Drew's triumphant adaptation of Orwell's memoir Down and Out in Paris and London gets a revival up in Dublin.
The Culture File Weekly: May 4th
This weekly, Seun Kuti and Guests Appearance
Culture File "Likes": THEATREclub
Sharing with us some of the cultures they've been enjoying, consuming recently are Grace Dyas and Barry O'Connor, of Dublin theatre company, THEATREclub.