Radio and theatre: A glimpse between the covers of romance novels
A discussion on the big business of romance fiction provides some light relief on Today With Claire Byrne
After several heady weeks dominated by politics on the radio, it is nice to cleanse the palette with some good-quality arts discussion. A short stimulating piece on romance fiction on Monday’s Today With Claire Byrne (RTÉ Radio One, weekday mornings) proved just the tonic to lift lagging spirits.
Byrne was joined in studio by the most successful Irish writer you have never heard of: Daisy Cummins, aka Abby Green, a...
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