“Any crimes involving electronic devices is by definition ‘cyber’,” Avery tells her boss, a little defensively, foreshadowing episodes in which they investigate shoplifted iPads
Elgy Gillespie visited the archaeological dig at Wood Quay, next to the Liffey in Dublin, as time was running out for the Viking site below the city’s controversial new civic offices
Review: ‘Morning Ireland’, ‘Today With Sean O’Rourke’, ‘Drivetime’, ‘Marian Finucane’, ‘The Anton Savage Show’, ‘The Pat Kenny Show’
Review: ‘Mad Men’, ‘Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell’, ‘Grayson Perry’s Dream House’
Aaron, who wishes to be seen as more than an underwear model, dances in his underwear and shouts: ‘I love wine. Wine is my friend.’ Later we watch him vomiting alone
House prices remained in the doldrums in the 1980s but shot up in the more popular areas of Dublin at the end of the decade, as Willy Clingan reported, when banks entered what had been the preserve of building societies
Review: The John Murray Show, The Last Word
Journalist’s sacking in May 1995 led to a lock-in; the newspapers never returned
Move over Empire, and say hello to Red Rock - the story of Brendan “Off The Chains” McGrane, a tortured soul and talented songwriter who's making one last move on the big time
Television review: Pat Kenny in the Round, Claire Byrne Live and The Affair
This election will be decided by your parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and neighbours. The side that reaches out to those people is the side that will be celebrating douze points next Saturday night.
When it comes to sci-fi TV, Philip K Dick is your only man
Patrick Freyne remembers a happy few hours spent with the broadcaster in 2008
An anonymous reporter – probably John Healy – followed Tom O’Higgins, then a 49-year-old TD, on the campaign trail as he challenged the 83-year-old president, Éamon de Valera, who was seeking re-election in his final contest
Review: ‘Liveline’, ‘The Sunday Show’, ‘Morning Ireland’, ‘The Right Hook’ and ‘Drivetime’
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