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Culture File: Abraham's Silk Road
Abraham Phelan's cooking at the Silk Road Café is inspired by the Chester Beatty's wonderous global collections.

Culture File: Slow Art at The Chester Beatty
'Slow Art' evangelists, Bairbre Ann Harkin and Jenny Siung, on new way to use a gallery.

Culture File: Stories From The Old World
Dave Flynn's latest album tracks the composer's experiments in bringing traditional music techniques into the concert hall.

Culture File: What Do Things Think? (DRS 2018)
Jane Norris thinks changing our relationships with materials can improve the rapport between humans and their environment.

The Culture File Weekly 130918 (Aisteach, Garth Knox, 110 Spoons, De-snobbing design)
This weekly, Jennifer Walshe's imaginary Irish avant-garde goes live in Sligo, 110 spoons help uncover the story of the Irish girls who left Skibbereen at the height of the famine, Glenn Adamson on how we need "fewer, better things" and Garth Knox brings contemporary improv to 17th-century viola d'amore for New Music Dublin: Desfrosted.

Culture File 'Likes': BP Fallon
"Rock 'n' roll ne'er-do-well" and lately vinyl star, BP Fallon shares some of the literature, TV, music and foods he's been enjoying

Culture File: Desnobbing Design
"Fewer, Better Things" is the rallying cry of a new book from curator and design historian, Glenn Adamson.

Culture File: Skibbereen's 110 Spoons
110 young women sent to Australia as part of the Earl Grey Famine Orphan Scheme are commemorated in a new artwork at Skibbereen Hospital.

Culture File: Ireland's Imaginary Avant Garde
Composer, Jennifer Walshe's long-running and ever-growing "fake art" project, Aisteach finds physical form at The Model, Sligo.

Culture File: Garth Knox Defrosted
Garth Knox brings his avant-garde sensibility and ancient instrument to the snowed-off, now resurrected New Music Dublin: Defrosted

The Culture File Weekly: September 7th (Spill, Simmer, Wither, Falter...Translate?)
Cork-based novelist, Sara Baume's calling card of a first novel, Spill, Simmer, Wither, Falter has been translated into many languages. But one translation in the Czech Republic has found a special reception. This weekly, Baume and her Czech language translator, Alice Hyrmanová McElveen, explore the magic of their collaboration.

Culture File 'Likes': Farah Elle
Libyan-Irish singer-songwriter, Farah Elle, shares some of the things she been listening to, tasting and smelling.

Culture File: Katie and Radie
Two of the great voices of contemporary Irish music, Katie Kim and Radie Pete, form an unstoppable duo

Culture File: The Eternal Light of Harry Clarke
Among the lilacs, greens, scarlets and deep, deep blues of Harry Clarke’s stained glass in St Mary's, Ballinrobe

Culture File: Follow The Old Road
"Skip the bypass and follow instead the old roads" is the wellness recipe of the historian, Jo Kerrigan


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