Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

EP10: Mindfield, Body & Soul timetables

It’s going to be a week of line-ups and timetables. Here’s the first one to come our way: the line-up for the Leviathan and Arts Council Literary Stages in the festival’s Mindfield area. Highlights (for us, anyway): a quiz with …

Mon, Aug 30, 2010, 14:05

   

It’s going to be a week of line-ups and timetables. Here’s the first one to come our way: the line-up for the Leviathan and Arts Council Literary Stages in the festival’s Mindfield area.

Highlights (for us, anyway): a quiz with OTR’s favourite broadcaster Sean O’Rourke, Politics in the Digital Age debate, Jon Ronson, Mike Scott reading from his memoirs, Paul “Skippy Dies” Murray having a chat, Crime Writing with Declan Burke, Arlene Hunt, Declan Hughes and Gene Kerrigan and the Drivetime Four Savvy Women slot.

Lowlights: a fairly dull-looking panel on the past, present and future of the music business featuring Howard Marks. Dude knows as much about the music business as I know about international drug-smuggling (and, to paraphrase Prizzi’s Honor, if he was so smart at smuggling drugs, how come he kept getting caught?)

UPDATE: running order for Body & Soul’s main stage – thanks to ShowYourBones for the heads-up

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