Hot off the wires, we have another slab of Audioboo'd goodness.
Hand in your coats, turn right and you'll come to the Yeats Rooms. The two paintings hang side by side on your left. One, The Liffey Swim, is probably one of the most famous modern Irish works.
As it is possible that this morning's Irish Independent/ Sillicon Repubic might have mentioned my National Gallery podcasts, I thought I'd give a round-up of the story so far. The individual posts:The Farm at Lezaven, Finistere by Roderic O'Connor and The Wave by Nathaniel HoneFrancis Denby's The Opening of the Sixth SealEl Greco's St Francis Receiving the StigmataThe RSS feed:http://feeds. feedburner.