Hundreds of children worked as street traders in Dublin at the beginning of the 20th century. This editorial welcomed new measures to stop under-11s doing so while accepting that they were sometimes their families’ sole supporters
Review: ‘Breakfast’, ‘The Pat Kenny Show’, ‘Liveline’
Sawyer Sweeten’s family devastated by death weeks before 20th birthday
Review: ‘Plus Sized Wars’, ‘Inside Harley Street’, ‘Home of the Year’
The poor dream. It doesn’t make you a screaming environmentalist to find dream-hunting cruel.
The country was declared a republic on this date – Easter Monday – with 21-gun salutes fired from O’Connell Bridge in Dublin, from Dún Laoghaire pier, and in Cork city centre
Review: ‘Morning Ireland’, ‘Ryan Tubridy’, ‘The Anton Savage Show’
Review: ‘Wild Ireland’, ‘Islanders’ and ‘Ireland’s Paramedics’ all bring new insights to time-worn formulas
“The future is shit, just like the past,” Tyrion says before vomiting on the carpet, thus summing up the wider message of Game of Thrones
Political powerplays, slick swordplay, plenty of sex and one mean dragon lady
Nuala O Faolain reflected, in her column, on the significance of the apartments springing up in Dublin as tax-driven developments transformed the decades-old dereliction of the capital’s core
Review: ‘Mooney Goes Wild’, ‘Drama on One: Deep’, ‘The Right Hook’ and ‘The Tom Dunne Show’
Review: ‘Mad Men’, ‘Code of a Killer’ and ‘Vera’
As Don Draper disappears into the sunset, a whole raft of shows are limbering up to take Mad Men's place
What did the well-to-do and well-dressed Dubliner need in his wardrobe and what did it cost him in the early 1950s? A lot less than it cost a Londoner, according to this report
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