Tonight on the Tom Dunne Show - Henry Rollins on 40 Years of Punk

Making music with bees, and win tickets to see The Last Shadow Puppets

40 years ago, the arrival of punk changed the landscape of music, culture and society utterly.

We're marking this anniversary on The Tom Dunne Show with a series of very special interviews with key figures in the punk scene throughout the years.

Tonight we'll talk about punk's legacy, and what it means in the world today.  Who better to tackle that thought than former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins.

We'll also hear from artist Wolfgang Buttress about his new project with musical collective Be, which incorporates the sound of thousands of bees.

Also - The Last Shadow Puppets have announced their first ever Irish show at Dublin's Olympia on the 26th of May. Tickets go on sale this Friday, but you can beat the rush be tuning in tonight when we'll have tickets up for grabs.

The Tom Dunne Show on Newstalk - tonight from 10pm