Posted on | December 12, 2011 | No CommentsOnline video links to my appearances on RTE Television’s arts discussion show The View in 2011, including a special show on the Role of the Critic broadcast in June:
The View 22 November 2011
On 22 November 2011, poet Theo Dorgan, columnist Brenda Power and I discusssed the film, My Week With Marilyn, the documentary Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey, the exhibition Modern Languages at the National Craft Gallery in Kilkenny and Umberto Eco’s novel The Prague Cemetery. Watch the whole show, or links to each item discussed here.
The View: 20 September 2011
On 20 September 2011, Irish Times online editor Hugh Linehan, author and National Women’s Council Director Susan McKay and I discussed Willie Doherty’s show Disturbance at The Hugh Lane Gallery as part of Dublin Contemporary 2011, along with the documentary Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times, the play The Yellow Wallpaper at Smock Alley, Dublin and the novel On Canaan’s Side by Sebastian Barry on The View click here to watch the show or play each of the items discussed individually.
The View 12 April 2011
On 12 April 2011, novelist and playwright Declan Hughes, comedian and writer Kevin Gildea and I discussed the films Meek’s Cutoff and Little White Lies, the exhibition Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: Masterpieces of the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection at the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Ed O’Loughlin’s novel Toploader. You can watch the show or select an individual item discussed here.
The View 14 June 2011
The Critics Have Their Say: On 14 June 2011, RTÉ Television’s The View arts review show broadcast a special panel discussion on the role of the critic: The Critics Have Their Say. I was on the panel, along with Liam Fay, Sinéad Gleeson and Hugh Linehan. You can watch the show here. There is some discussion about this show on my website here.