Mime artist Thom McGinty made stillness a centrepiece of the Dublin shopping street in the 1980s and early 1990s. John Maher described his funeral after he died aged 42, five years after being diagnosed with Aids
The advertising industry produces some cutting-edge art. Two of the creatives who’ll be at the Offset conference explain how their ideas take shape
Review: Ugly reality TV on ‘Immigration Street’ while ‘Suffragettes Forever’ is a bit niche
Ray D’Arcy’s show lacks fizz but motor enthusiast Anton Savage is heading in the right direction
Today is House Of Cards Day and expectations are high for the third season of the political drama
As the Netflix drama returns will Frank Underwood outsmart his enemies?
Last week, someone left both Chris de Burgh and a guitar on the couch... then came God and the Devil on a haunted train
An annual initiative brings together 40 newspapers to publish innovative ideas for the future
The Newstalk presenter’s waning pulling power is leading to an odd mixture of blandness and dramatic asides
Review: JK Rowling’s portrayal of small-town rot is glum going; Julie Walters helps give the last days of the Raj a picture-postcard sheen
London Irish Comedy Festival discussion focuses on planned C4 ‘Hungry’ script
Taoiseach’s live interview pushed back due to climax of ‘Who killed Lucy Beale?’ mystery
Whoever came up with this programme is basically an evil genius, writes Patrick Freyne
Hit comedy series set in Boyle is co-written by, and stars, Chris O’Dowd
Review: On 2FM, being laid back yields an attractive mix of froth and reflection. On Newstalk, the host’s anger rebounds on him
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