- 24 Jul 08
Phantom 105.2's arts show The Kiosk is coming over all Vinyl Curtain-like this weekend with a special summer pop-culture quiz designed to test the brains of some of Dublin's hardiest hacks.
Pitting their wits against each other on the show will be Edel Coffey (Irish Independent), Jim Carroll (The Irish Times), Neil Dunphy (The Sunday Tribune), John Meagher (Irish Independent), Alan Corr (RTE Guide) and Sinead Gleeson (State magazine).
Acclaimed composer and former Something Happens musician Ray Harmon will also be stopping by to test the contestants' musical memory banks with his bizarre instrumental mash-ups.
And listeners will be in with a chance to win a great prize – two interrailing passes to travel through 30 different countries in Europe for a month, courtesy of USIT, the specialists in independent travel.
The Kiosk is hosted by Sunday Business Post arts correspondent Nadine O'Regan. It airs every Saturday at 11am and is repeated on Sundays at 8am.