Lots to come on the show this week. In The Kiosk’s Back Track, Albert Hammond Jr of The Strokes will be telling us about the track that means a lot to him. We’ll have a Dublin Writers Festival special — writers Damon Galgut and Philip Gourevitch will be stopping by the studio to talk about their latest books. Jim Carroll of The Irish Times will be giving us his assessment of the current state of the Irish music industry — what with the spate of gig cancellations and slow ticket sales. Dermod Moore and Sarah Anne Murphy will be reviewing both Mistresses, the new drama series on RTE 1, and Miriam O’Callaghan’s return to the chat show circuit. We’ll be playing great new tracks from The Subways and Get Well Soon — and, ahead of Bloomsday next week, I’ll be hearing from an actor who has reworked Molly Bloom’s famous words for the stage. Finally, we’ll have a fantastic competition for you — we’re giving two lucky people the chance to win a special USIT pass to go travelling through Europe. Tune in to Phantom 105.2 for The Kiosk on Saturdays at 11am (repeated Sundays at 8am).